Practicing true tolerance requires disagreement; it requires dissension.
But as the administrators at Gallaudet prove, our society has discarded real tolerance and has replaced it with a kind that says, “You disagree with me? Then you’re intolerant.”
It necessitates complete neutrality, and it limits people from picking sides on social issues.
This is dangerous.It's better to learn tolerance than to automatically brand people as bigoted merely for disagreeing.