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Anonymous said: When a black person kills a white person lets say he beats him to death just because he is white then this is racism against white people right? The same goes for someone who is black and rapes a white women because she is white, right? And those cases exist.

raptorific:

sukisukiloves:

raptorific:

slade-97:

raptorific:

Honestly, even if I cede the word “racism” on this, the things you’re talking about MAY HYPOTHETICALLY happen on like a one-in-a-trillion scale, while antiblack racism is the very foundation on which our society is built.

The word “racism” sociologically requires a societal power imbalance in which discrimination moves from high to low, but even if I concede that point entirely, the thing you’re talking about would be like finding one spider in a house and calling it an “infestation” even though you know full well that the entire basement and all of the space between the walls are practically bursting at the seams with fire ants. In this case, the spider is the hypothetical instances of black-on-white violence you’ve described, while each fire ant are the instances of white-on-black racism that, you know, happen.

Like, if you call an exterminator and tell them to get rid of the fire ant infestation, and you’re like “oh, can you also kill the one spider that I feel like I might have seen in the kitchen? That’s in infestation, right? And this bug does exist,” that exterminator is going to laugh in your face, and probably tell you that the spider is only there in response to the ants and will leave when there’s no more ants for it to eat.

Kill the spider, you’re still stuck with ants and you’re only spider-free until another one shows up because of the ants. Kill the ants, you’re free of ants and spiders. And we don’t use the word “racism” to describe a black person hating white people for the same reason we don’t use the word “infestation” to describe a single spider in a house full of fire ants. 

No, that’s racism.

So, not even going to respond to anything I said? Just “nope” from you?

Again, even if I say “yeah, it’s racism,” it’s still like one person got a papercut while another person got riddled with bullets. Technically they’re both injured, but it would be ridiculous to refer to both as “mortal wounds,” especially since a papercut being fatal is a wildly improbable hypothetical while dozens of bullet wounds being fatal is just the reality as it stands. 

The person who got shot is going to die. They’re fatally injured. The person who got a papercut might die if we accept that a set of almost comically implausible circumstances came to pass. One is hypothetical, the other is observable.

So even if I give you “fine, okay, racism against white people is hypothetically possible in the frankly ridiculous scenarios you’ve laid out which only seem to happen if you’re talking to frequent posters on Stormfront,” what does that change? Does calling a papercut a fatal wound mean the person who just got shot a couple dozen times is just making a big deal, because the papercut guy got a fatal wound too and he’s just fine? 

The way that you’re explaining it makes it seem like you’re saying that yes, it technically is but we’ll excuse those instances because the attackers race has suffered much worse. I appreciate what point you’re making but as far as I understand you don’t have to be a minority or be oppressed to perform a hate crime. You have to see it as that individuals personal vendetta. I get that it’s a lot more complex than that but I just think as a very basic response it is technically racism.

What I’m actually saying is “no, it’s not racism, although it may be a crime fueled by racial prejudice. However, even if we pretend for a minute that it would be racism, one of the things is a really improbable hypothetical that just plain doesn’t happen on any statistically significant scale, and one of them is a pervasive reality.”

Righttt, so it would be more of a retaliation if that hypothetical situation was to happen. I see what you mean.

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Anonymous said: When a black person kills a white person lets say he beats him to death just because he is white then this is racism against white people right? The same goes for someone who is black and rapes a white women because she is white, right? And those cases exist.

raptorific:

slade-97:

raptorific:

Honestly, even if I cede the word “racism” on this, the things you’re talking about MAY HYPOTHETICALLY happen on like a one-in-a-trillion scale, while antiblack racism is the very foundation on which our society is built.

The word “racism” sociologically requires a societal power imbalance in which discrimination moves from high to low, but even if I concede that point entirely, the thing you’re talking about would be like finding one spider in a house and calling it an “infestation” even though you know full well that the entire basement and all of the space between the walls are practically bursting at the seams with fire ants. In this case, the spider is the hypothetical instances of black-on-white violence you’ve described, while each fire ant are the instances of white-on-black racism that, you know, happen.

Like, if you call an exterminator and tell them to get rid of the fire ant infestation, and you’re like “oh, can you also kill the one spider that I feel like I might have seen in the kitchen? That’s in infestation, right? And this bug does exist,” that exterminator is going to laugh in your face, and probably tell you that the spider is only there in response to the ants and will leave when there’s no more ants for it to eat.

Kill the spider, you’re still stuck with ants and you’re only spider-free until another one shows up because of the ants. Kill the ants, you’re free of ants and spiders. And we don’t use the word “racism” to describe a black person hating white people for the same reason we don’t use the word “infestation” to describe a single spider in a house full of fire ants. 

No, that’s racism.

So, not even going to respond to anything I said? Just “nope” from you?

Again, even if I say “yeah, it’s racism,” it’s still like one person got a papercut while another person got riddled with bullets. Technically they’re both injured, but it would be ridiculous to refer to both as “mortal wounds,” especially since a papercut being fatal is a wildly improbable hypothetical while dozens of bullet wounds being fatal is just the reality as it stands. 

The person who got shot is going to die. They’re fatally injured. The person who got a papercut might die if we accept that a set of almost comically implausible circumstances came to pass. One is hypothetical, the other is observable.

So even if I give you “fine, okay, racism against white people is hypothetically possible in the frankly ridiculous scenarios you’ve laid out which only seem to happen if you’re talking to frequent posters on Stormfront,” what does that change? Does calling a papercut a fatal wound mean the person who just got shot a couple dozen times is just making a big deal, because the papercut guy got a fatal wound too and he’s just fine? 

The way that you’re explaining it makes it seem like you’re saying that yes, it technically is but we’ll excuse those instances because the attackers race has suffered much worse. I appreciate what point you’re making but as far as I understand you don’t have to be a minority or be oppressed to perform a hate crime. You have to see it as that individuals personal vendetta. I get that it’s a lot more complex than that but I just think as a very basic response it is technically racism.

Cinderella never asked for a prince. She asked for a night off and a dress.

Like not once did she say “I want a prince to come and rescue me from my situation.”

She just wanted to look cute and turn the fuck up at the party.

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Anonymous said: When a black person kills a white person lets say he beats him to death just because he is white then this is racism against white people right? The same goes for someone who is black and rapes a white women because she is white, right? And those cases exist.

raptorific:

sukisukiloves:

raptorific:

slade-97:

raptorific:

Honestly, even if I cede the word “racism” on this, the things you’re talking about MAY HYPOTHETICALLY happen on like a one-in-a-trillion scale, while antiblack racism is the very foundation on which our society is built.

The word “racism” sociologically requires a societal power imbalance in which discrimination moves from high to low, but even if I concede that point entirely, the thing you’re talking about would be like finding one spider in a house and calling it an “infestation” even though you know full well that the entire basement and all of the space between the walls are practically bursting at the seams with fire ants. In this case, the spider is the hypothetical instances of black-on-white violence you’ve described, while each fire ant are the instances of white-on-black racism that, you know, happen.

Like, if you call an exterminator and tell them to get rid of the fire ant infestation, and you’re like “oh, can you also kill the one spider that I feel like I might have seen in the kitchen? That’s in infestation, right? And this bug does exist,” that exterminator is going to laugh in your face, and probably tell you that the spider is only there in response to the ants and will leave when there’s no more ants for it to eat.

Kill the spider, you’re still stuck with ants and you’re only spider-free until another one shows up because of the ants. Kill the ants, you’re free of ants and spiders. And we don’t use the word “racism” to describe a black person hating white people for the same reason we don’t use the word “infestation” to describe a single spider in a house full of fire ants. 

No, that’s racism.

So, not even going to respond to anything I said? Just “nope” from you?

Again, even if I say “yeah, it’s racism,” it’s still like one person got a papercut while another person got riddled with bullets. Technically they’re both injured, but it would be ridiculous to refer to both as “mortal wounds,” especially since a papercut being fatal is a wildly improbable hypothetical while dozens of bullet wounds being fatal is just the reality as it stands. 

The person who got shot is going to die. They’re fatally injured. The person who got a papercut might die if we accept that a set of almost comically implausible circumstances came to pass. One is hypothetical, the other is observable.

So even if I give you “fine, okay, racism against white people is hypothetically possible in the frankly ridiculous scenarios you’ve laid out which only seem to happen if you’re talking to frequent posters on Stormfront,” what does that change? Does calling a papercut a fatal wound mean the person who just got shot a couple dozen times is just making a big deal, because the papercut guy got a fatal wound too and he’s just fine? 

The way that you’re explaining it makes it seem like you’re saying that yes, it technically is but we’ll excuse those instances because the attackers race has suffered much worse. I appreciate what point you’re making but as far as I understand you don’t have to be a minority or be oppressed to perform a hate crime. You have to see it as that individuals personal vendetta. I get that it’s a lot more complex than that but I just think as a very basic response it is technically racism.

What I’m actually saying is “no, it’s not racism, although it may be a crime fueled by racial prejudice. However, even if we pretend for a minute that it would be racism, one of the things is a really improbable hypothetical that just plain doesn’t happen on any statistically significant scale, and one of them is a pervasive reality.”

Righttt, so it would be more of a retaliation if that hypothetical situation was to happen. I see what you mean.

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  • straight couple: *make out in public at random intervals in weird places*
  • straight couple: *grabs each other's asses in public*
  • straight couple: *are not in any way inconspicuous about the fact that they are feeling each other up in public*
  • gay couple: *holds hands in public*
  • straight people: that is VILE and it is CORRUPTING my entire FAMILY. my grandmother is crying. my children have all shit their pants at the same time. WHO WILL THINK OF THE CHILDREN

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Anonymous said: When a black person kills a white person lets say he beats him to death just because he is white then this is racism against white people right? The same goes for someone who is black and rapes a white women because she is white, right? And those cases exist.

raptorific:

slade-97:

raptorific:

Honestly, even if I cede the word “racism” on this, the things you’re talking about MAY HYPOTHETICALLY happen on like a one-in-a-trillion scale, while antiblack racism is the very foundation on which our society is built.

The word “racism” sociologically requires a societal power imbalance in which discrimination moves from high to low, but even if I concede that point entirely, the thing you’re talking about would be like finding one spider in a house and calling it an “infestation” even though you know full well that the entire basement and all of the space between the walls are practically bursting at the seams with fire ants. In this case, the spider is the hypothetical instances of black-on-white violence you’ve described, while each fire ant are the instances of white-on-black racism that, you know, happen.

Like, if you call an exterminator and tell them to get rid of the fire ant infestation, and you’re like “oh, can you also kill the one spider that I feel like I might have seen in the kitchen? That’s in infestation, right? And this bug does exist,” that exterminator is going to laugh in your face, and probably tell you that the spider is only there in response to the ants and will leave when there’s no more ants for it to eat.

Kill the spider, you’re still stuck with ants and you’re only spider-free until another one shows up because of the ants. Kill the ants, you’re free of ants and spiders. And we don’t use the word “racism” to describe a black person hating white people for the same reason we don’t use the word “infestation” to describe a single spider in a house full of fire ants. 

No, that’s racism.

So, not even going to respond to anything I said? Just “nope” from you?

Again, even if I say “yeah, it’s racism,” it’s still like one person got a papercut while another person got riddled with bullets. Technically they’re both injured, but it would be ridiculous to refer to both as “mortal wounds,” especially since a papercut being fatal is a wildly improbable hypothetical while dozens of bullet wounds being fatal is just the reality as it stands. 

The person who got shot is going to die. They’re fatally injured. The person who got a papercut might die if we accept that a set of almost comically implausible circumstances came to pass. One is hypothetical, the other is observable.

So even if I give you “fine, okay, racism against white people is hypothetically possible in the frankly ridiculous scenarios you’ve laid out which only seem to happen if you’re talking to frequent posters on Stormfront,” what does that change? Does calling a papercut a fatal wound mean the person who just got shot a couple dozen times is just making a big deal, because the papercut guy got a fatal wound too and he’s just fine? 

The way that you’re explaining it makes it seem like you’re saying that yes, it technically is but we’ll excuse those instances because the attackers race has suffered much worse. I appreciate what point you’re making but as far as I understand you don’t have to be a minority or be oppressed to perform a hate crime. You have to see it as that individuals personal vendetta. I get that it’s a lot more complex than that but I just think as a very basic response it is technically racism.

Cinderella never asked for a prince. She asked for a night off and a dress.

Like not once did she say “I want a prince to come and rescue me from my situation.”

She just wanted to look cute and turn the fuck up at the party.

(via barbie-dolls-xx

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John Waters’ Cry-Baby (1990)

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"Cinderella never asked for a prince. She asked for a night off and a dress."

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