Constantly late Gen Zer appalled when she gets no sympathy for ‘time blindness’ affliction

A Gen Z heroine who can’t show up to events on time is appalled that she gets no sympathy for her chronic affliction of “time blindness.”

The teary-eyed coed genuinely feels that she is a victim and that she is being oppressed because of her unique needs — this being the end result of a society that celebrates victimhood and elevates so-called victims to an entitled status.

“So I just got yelled out for asking a very reasonable question,” she began in a TikTok video. “So I’m applying to go somewhere and I just wanted to know are there accommodations for people who struggle with time blindness and being on time, you know? And then the person I was with interrupted and acted like I was asking something else, and then when were done they actually started yelling at me and saying that accommodations for time blindness doesn’t exist and if you struggle with being on time you will never be able to get a job.”

The young woman goes on to say that any culture that treats people poorly and refuses to recognize time blindness needs to be “dismantled.”

“’Time blindness’ is the latest form of disability. They keep making up new ways to be oppressed,” tweeted influencer Ian Miles Cheong.

But before you suggest the affliction is imaginary, keep in mind that the Cleveland Clinic assures us that it is real.

“‘Time blindness’ refers to the inability to recognize when time has passed or to estimate how long something will take,” the non-profit academic medical center’s website states.

Dr. Michael Manos, a pediatric behavioral health specialist, is cited to say that time blindness isn’t a diagnosis or a specific symptom, but more just a general way of talking about the phenomenon of losing track of time.

Absent-minded may also apply.

The Cleveland Clinic noted that it can be more extreme for some people.

“Everybody has time blindness at times,” Dr. Manos says. “We all can get caught up in something and get ‘in the zone.’ Some people with ADHD, though, are more prone to having difficulty being able to judge how long something will take to do or to lose track of time.”

Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story from Twitter, where sympathy was in short supply:


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