I meant green.
Bullshit. Are you a person of color? If you are then yeah you can possibly know the struggle. But you're basically implying that skin color is something insignificant. Well buddy I'm sorry it's not and nor will it ever be. You make it seems as if we all go through the same struggles we don't. Being a person of color comes with added problems. Not that that diminishing white people's struggles, but that doesn't mean white people know what it's like to walk through a world and being seen as other
Any black person automatically knows exactly what another black person is going through? If that’s not lumping all people into a group, I don’t know what is. I just want us to realize our potential as human beings. A vital and beautiful part of the human experience is realizing whom we are as human beings. Regardless of color, we all have different preferences, personalities, ancestral backgrounds, cultures, lifestyles, hobbies, skills, and accomplishments. Why must we define ourselves based on other people just because they have the same skin tone as ours? We are all human beings. We’re all different, but we can relate to one another in that we are human beings with feelings and emotions. There’s something beautiful about that, and I hope you find it in you to accept that as a fact.
Not pointing out the obvious Just making it worse You're not black. You don't know what it means to us
Black is just a skin color. I know the struggle and I can empathize with people. It’s not as if this is a situation of how sex feels for males vs. how sex feels for females. We have the same anatomy and the same brain.
I don’t know why people keep thinking “nigga” is the N-word. “Nigger” is the N-word. They have different definitions.
….lol wait is this a non-black telling people that nigga and nigger do not have the same definition? so you think that makes it okay for you to use it???
Please keep in mind that not every black person finds it acceptable to use that around them especially if you are not black.
If you knew anything about what I was thinking of, you’d know I was specifically referring to the white folks who accuse black people of hypocrisy for saying “the N-word” when what they’re really saying is “nigga.” I don’t think I’ve heard black people say “What up, my nigger?” before. White people obviously have hearing problems. Black people say “nigga,” not “nigger.”
Not starting a fight with black Tumblr, though. Why do you have to assume it’s a fight against black Tumblr just because I’m pointing out the obvious?
Tumblr used to be an all-loving community until this black-white race war started. It’s wrong to make fun of black people for being black. It’s wrong to make fun of white people for being white. That white people won’t be oppressed does not justify your hatred of them. Outcasts in middle school get bullied all the time, and they won’t get oppressed. Doesn’t mean it’s right to bully them. Need I say more?
Let’s just love one another and go back to the hippie days.
Compliment a woman for their makeup, not her natural beauty. She had control over had makeup; she was born with their natural appearance. Compliment a woman for her dress, not her curves. Style is within her control; her genetics are not. Compliment her choice of words, not her voice. She put in the effort toward attaining such a great vocabulary; she was born with that voice.
Compliment a woman for what she has control of, not what she was born with. We live in a society that values aspects of women that they can’t control. It’s no wonder they often end up with self-esteem issues. If it’s socially unacceptable to criticize people for what they can’t control, why’s it socially acceptable to compliment them for what they can’t control?
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. It seems like Tumblr has an obsession with water bottles. Chances are you’ve come across some picture of some unique-looking water bottle.