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2013-11-09 04:07:25 AM
White farkers hate when someone encroaches on their right to be racist
 
2013-11-09 04:22:22 AM
"He should have known better"

or.. or...

maybe we could stop catering to those hypersensitive types that make problems where there isn't one...
 
2013-11-09 04:25:03 AM
I don't remember Mr. T costumes with skin color makeup or not being a problem 20 or 30 years ago...

It was called a Mr. T costume people had some laughs and went on with life.
 
2013-11-09 04:36:18 AM

Iceberg659: Got to love any discussion involving race on Fark. Poor poor persecuted white men. When will they catch a break? They can't even wear blackface anymore without people pitching a fit. shiat is ridiculous. I thought this was America.


Wusup?

socialight.tv
 
2013-11-09 04:49:16 AM

Iceberg659: Monkeyfark Ridiculous: Iceberg659: Got to love any discussion involving race on Fark. Poor poor persecuted white men. When will they catch a break? They can't even wear blackface anymore without people pitching a fit. shiat is ridiculous. I thought this was America.

Yes, you could say that. Or you could learn what words mean before you use them. Nah, that's too hard. Blackface! Blackface everywhere!

I got it. Only certain types of face paint to mimic a black person count as REAL blackface. Anything short of Al Jolson "Mammy" face is fair game and fark everyone that disagrees.


Is costuming yourself for Halloween as a person of another race inherently offensive? Could be.  Is it offensive in certain combinations (white guy playing black guy)? Could be. Is it offensive in certain instances? Oh yeah it could be.

Is the costume shown in the article "blackface"? No. It farking isn't. You are an ignoramus if you think it is, and you're a jackass if you understand that it isn't and you're trying for offense-by-association.

If you think you're scoring some kind of anti-racism points by putting farking *blackface* on the same level as a guy in a Mr T costume, then you aren't just wrong: you are doing the opposite of what you think you are.

Maybe next time we can talk about why your mom making you clean the basement isn't slavery.
 
2013-11-09 04:54:15 AM
The people offended by this costume should get some nuts.
 
2013-11-09 05:06:50 AM

Monkeyfark Ridiculous: Iceberg659: Monkeyfark Ridiculous: Iceberg659: Got to love any discussion involving race on Fark. Poor poor persecuted white men. When will they catch a break? They can't even wear blackface anymore without people pitching a fit. shiat is ridiculous. I thought this was America.

Yes, you could say that. Or you could learn what words mean before you use them. Nah, that's too hard. Blackface! Blackface everywhere!

I got it. Only certain types of face paint to mimic a black person count as REAL blackface. Anything short of Al Jolson "Mammy" face is fair game and fark everyone that disagrees.

Is costuming yourself for Halloween as a person of another race inherently offensive? Could be.  Is it offensive in certain combinations (white guy playing black guy)? Could be. Is it offensive in certain instances? Oh yeah it could be.

Is the costume shown in the article "blackface"? No. It farking isn't. You are an ignoramus if you think it is, and you're a jackass if you understand that it isn't and you're trying for offense-by-association.

If you think you're scoring some kind of anti-racism points by putting farking *blackface* on the same level as a guy in a Mr T costume, then you aren't just wrong: you are doing the opposite of what you think you are.

Maybe next time we can talk about why your mom making you clean the basement isn't slavery.


I'm not going to get into your "mom's basement" shiat because it's WAY too edgy for me. Are you Richard Pryor? That said, I'm not personally offended by the costume or by the people who darken their skin to dress up like certain characters. I think it is almost always a bad decision but it's not offensive. What I don't like is the general consensus in this thread that if it's not minstrel show blackface then people shouldn't care. That is complete horseshiat.
 
2013-11-09 05:31:18 AM

Iceberg659: What I don't like is the general consensus in this thread that if it's not minstrel show blackface then people shouldn't care. That is complete horseshiat.


Unless it is obvious derogatory  They shouldn't care! You are part of the problem.
 
2013-11-09 05:44:44 AM

Iceberg659: Monkeyfark Ridiculous: Iceberg659: Monkeyfark Ridiculous: Iceberg659: Got to love any discussion involving race on Fark. Poor poor persecuted white men. When will they catch a break? They can't even wear blackface anymore without people pitching a fit. shiat is ridiculous. I thought this was America.

Yes, you could say that. Or you could learn what words mean before you use them. Nah, that's too hard. Blackface! Blackface everywhere!

I got it. Only certain types of face paint to mimic a black person count as REAL blackface. Anything short of Al Jolson "Mammy" face is fair game and fark everyone that disagrees.

Is costuming yourself for Halloween as a person of another race inherently offensive? Could be.  Is it offensive in certain combinations (white guy playing black guy)? Could be. Is it offensive in certain instances? Oh yeah it could be.

Is the costume shown in the article "blackface"? No. It farking isn't. You are an ignoramus if you think it is, and you're a jackass if you understand that it isn't and you're trying for offense-by-association.

If you think you're scoring some kind of anti-racism points by putting farking *blackface* on the same level as a guy in a Mr T costume, then you aren't just wrong: you are doing the opposite of what you think you are.

Maybe next time we can talk about why your mom making you clean the basement isn't slavery.

I'm not going to get into your "mom's basement" shiat because it's WAY too edgy for me. Are you Richard Pryor? That said, I'm not personally offended by the costume or by the people who darken their skin to dress up like certain characters. I think it is almost always a bad decision but it's not offensive. What I don't like is the general consensus in this thread that if it's not minstrel show blackface then people shouldn't care. That is complete horseshiat.


Except that you're making up that "consensus" the same way you tried to put words in my mouth earlier. You don't take offense at the costume and you realize it isn't blackface, but you call it blackface anyway and take "this is not blackface AND people shouldn't care" to mean "IF this is not blackface THEN people shouldn't care" which isn't the same thing but who cares. That's pretty horseshiat too.

But yes, I agree that there are plenty of offensive things in the world which are also not blackface. And that cross-ethnic costuming is the kind of minefield you probably wouldn't want to wander around in as a school administrator.
 
2013-11-09 06:07:24 AM

mr lawson: Iceberg659: What I don't like is the general consensus in this thread that if it's not minstrel show blackface then people shouldn't care. That is complete horseshiat.

Unless it is obvious derogatory  They shouldn't care! You are part of the problem.


That's kind of my point. Most of the people in this thread seem to think that ONLY minstrel blackface is obviously derogatory. I think that SOME other instances of blackface can/should be considered derogatory. That makes me part of the problem?! What exactly is the problem? Is it that some people have opinions with which you disagree?
 
2013-11-09 06:26:44 AM

SilentStrider: For Halloween a school vice principal dressed up as Mr T. Apparently some people fools have a problem with this.

Fixed.


And I pity them.
 
2013-11-09 06:30:12 AM

Monkeyfark Ridiculous: Iceberg659: Monkeyfark Ridiculous: Iceberg659: Monkeyfark Ridiculous: Iceberg659: Got to love any discussion involving race on Fark. Poor poor persecuted white men. When will they catch a break? They can't even wear blackface anymore without people pitching a fit. shiat is ridiculous. I thought this was America.

Yes, you could say that. Or you could learn what words mean before you use them. Nah, that's too hard. Blackface! Blackface everywhere!

I got it. Only certain types of face paint to mimic a black person count as REAL blackface. Anything short of Al Jolson "Mammy" face is fair game and fark everyone that disagrees.

Is costuming yourself for Halloween as a person of another race inherently offensive? Could be.  Is it offensive in certain combinations (white guy playing black guy)? Could be. Is it offensive in certain instances? Oh yeah it could be.

Is the costume shown in the article "blackface"? No. It farking isn't. You are an ignoramus if you think it is, and you're a jackass if you understand that it isn't and you're trying for offense-by-association.

If you think you're scoring some kind of anti-racism points by putting farking *blackface* on the same level as a guy in a Mr T costume, then you aren't just wrong: you are doing the opposite of what you think you are.

Maybe next time we can talk about why your mom making you clean the basement isn't slavery.

I'm not going to get into your "mom's basement" shiat because it's WAY too edgy for me. Are you Richard Pryor? That said, I'm not personally offended by the costume or by the people who darken their skin to dress up like certain characters. I think it is almost always a bad decision but it's not offensive. What I don't like is the general consensus in this thread that if it's not minstrel show blackface then people shouldn't care. That is complete horseshiat.

Except that you're making up that "consensus" the same way you tried to put words in my mouth earlier. You don't take offense at the costum ...


Ok. It seems the disconnect is with what we both consider blackface. I consider anyone wearing makeup to look like a black person to be in "blackface". It's not inherently derogatory or offensive but blackface nonetheless. You on the other hand(unless I'm reading you wrong) consider blackface to be the specific vaudevillian minstrel show makeup which is derogatory by nature. So while we're essentially on the same page, that semantic disconnect is creating disagreement where there isn't any. Am I right?
 
2013-11-09 06:38:22 AM
I just want to know why people insist on going by what something means to them instead of going by what it's intended to be.  When you say that what something is to you is what it is period and you won't recognize that not everyone sees it the same way you do, how are you not being arrogant?
 
2013-11-09 07:16:39 AM

Iceberg659: Ok. It seems the disconnect is with what we both consider blackface. I consider anyone wearing makeup to look like a black person to be in "blackface". It's not inherently derogatory or offensive but blackface nonetheless. You on the other hand(unless I'm reading you wrong) consider blackface to be the specific vaudevillian minstrel show makeup which is derogatory by nature. So while we're essentially on the same page, that semantic disconnect is creating disagreement where there isn't any. Am I right?


Yeah, essentially. Blackface is not really a matter of trying to look like a black person, let alone *A* black person. That is what makes it so offensive, and that is why black people can perform blackface. It is about playing off of a racial stereotype, performing a racist caricature (and it goes beyond wearing makeup, too). Blackface means more than "wearing makeup to look like a black person," kind of like KKK means more than "wearing a white sheet to look scary." It's probably unfair to yell "racist" at the guy in the ghost costume, but mainly it's just wrong to say he's in a Klan outfit.

/sorry if I'm being a dick about it, but this same damn thread happens every time
 
2013-11-09 07:30:13 AM

Iceberg659: Ok. It seems the disconnect is with what we both consider blackface. I consider anyone wearing makeup to look like a black person to be in "blackface". It's not inherently derogatory or offensive but blackface nonetheless. You on the other hand(unless I'm reading you wrong) consider blackface to be the specific vaudevillian minstrel show makeup which is derogatory by nature. So while we're essentially on the same page, that semantic disconnect is creating disagreement where there isn't any. Am I right?


Blackface is specific vaudevillian minstrel show makeup which is derogatory by nature.  You could feasibly extend it to any makeup/costume/behavior meant to caricature (i.e. exaggerate features, behavior, etc.) black people as a generalized group, and perhaps any subcultures therein.

This guy, on the other hand, is specifically Mr. T.  He might be caricaturing Mr. T all day, talking in a gruff voice and saying I pity the fool and making references to how much he hates flying every 5 minutes, but unless he's walking around saying "Yo yo yo, what up, homeslice?" and asking for watermelon and fried chicken all day long and singing Swing Low Sweet Chariot (or something similar to all that), he's not caricaturing black people in general.
 
2013-11-09 08:26:57 AM
At work, on Halloween, I dressed up in blackface, and no one noticed, let alone cared.

/granted it was Leonard from "Big Bang Theory"
//and I usually dress up like that at work every day
///slashie blackface!!!!
 
2013-11-09 08:34:07 AM
Remember kids.

THIS is racist.

www.thestar.com

THIS is not.

i.imgur.com
 
2013-11-09 08:37:47 AM

boinkingbill: WhyKnot: Clearly his costume would have been more appropriate if the would have jut gone as a white dude with a Mohawk and chains.   His costume would have sucked, but as least a few people in the community and on the internet wouldn't find insensitive.

Maybe just maybe we have taken being politically correct too far.

Mohawk?  That is the American Indian version of black face.


Not necessarily.  Mohawk with O.D. green fatigues, and he'll be a WWII paratrooper.  Add some chains, he'll be a POW.
 
2013-11-09 08:40:22 AM
But this is OK and definitely not blackface.  Because it's shown on NBC(ommie).

blogs.suntimes.com
 
2013-11-09 08:50:04 AM
So is it any different to wear a full rubber face mask of a character where the mask accurately reflects the race, ethnicity and color of the character? An Obama mask would obviously be colored to create an accurate portrayal of Obama, whereas a Clinton mask would be colored to portray Clinton. I'm sure there were some masks of black super heroes available this Halloween. Is it just correctly color matching skin tone on the actual skin that causes the outrage, or does placing a thin rubber layer of correct color on the skin also justify outrage? If so, should costume makers have two versions of a Mr. T mask, one for blacks and one for whites? And what if you're an Asian person that wants to be Mr. T, what the hell do you do? People need to get over themselves, the whole thing is silly.
 
2013-11-09 08:59:23 AM
And here's another angle - what about the fact that you would have no idea the actual race, ethnicity or color of the actual person wearing a full costume (Full mask including wig for hair features, long clothing and gloves that cover the hands). If there's a white guy inside who is portraying a black character, is that not allowed? Or does Schroedinger's theory come into play and we concede that he is neither black nor white under the costume, until the costume is removed and the electrons are forced to choose?
 
2013-11-09 09:12:09 AM

TheWhoppah: Mr. T is a character.
Mr. T was always an act.
Mr. T was not supposed to be a real person.
... or LIKE a real person.
He is a character... like Spiderman or Ichabod Crane or Condor Man.
Dressing up as Mr. T for Halloween means nothing.
It not at all the same thing as dressing up as Travon Martin... a private individual.
The only people that have any business being upset about a Mr. T costume are the people who were already legitimately upset about the Mr. T character as played by Laurence Tureaud.
In other words, the only people who have any business being upset by a Mr. T costume are humorless retards.
I pity the fools.


I think you have Mr. T (the actor) confused with B. A. Baracus (the character in the A Team)
 
2013-11-09 09:44:18 AM

AngryDragon: Remember kids.

THIS is racist.

[www.thestar.com image 545x365]

THIS is not.

[i.imgur.com image 299x444]


ecx.images-amazon.com

Don't forget this one.   We never got the sequel because "that's racist!"

It was to be called "Black Men Can't Swim"
 
2013-11-09 09:44:24 AM
*raises hand*

Could someone please explain to me why this white person dressed as a black character isn't racist, but it was totally OMGRacism when that celebrity chick I had never heard of dressed as a black character from Orange is the New Black?

/seriously confused.
 
2013-11-09 09:49:42 AM

razyjean: *raises hand*

Could someone please explain to me why this white person dressed as a black character isn't racist, but it was totally OMGRacism when that celebrity chick I had never heard of dressed as a black character from Orange is the New Black?

/seriously confused.


Clearly the dreadlocks. As Don Imus will attest.

That and, her outfit was lazy, this one looks like there was a labor of love behind it.

/I honestly have no idea.
 
2013-11-09 09:52:49 AM
So this is ok:
24.media.tumblr.com

But this is bad:
www.thestar.com

Can someone explain this in a way that includes common sense?
 
2013-11-09 09:56:41 AM

ReapTheChaos: So this is ok:
[24.media.tumblr.com image 400x515]

But this is bad:
[www.thestar.com image 545x365]

Can someone explain this in a way that includes common sense?


Can't.  The very question is racist...or something.  "Racism" has become as meaningless as "terrorism" which is unfair to those who are actually victims of racism or terrorism.  The problem is that no one can have a conversation in this country without going nuclear the instant their world view is challenged.

Tribalism and political correctness gone wild.
 
2013-11-09 09:58:42 AM

ReapTheChaos: So this is ok:
[24.media.tumblr.com image 400x515]

But this is bad:
[www.thestar.com image 545x365]

Can someone explain this in a way that includes common sense?


I'm noticing an assumption that the mask IS okay. Do we have proof that it is? Hell I'd accept an Onion story at this point that described "Black man sees Mr. T mask on white guy. Keeps walking."
 
2013-11-09 10:13:32 AM
Well, the solution is simple. Next Halloween, eveyone just dress and look the way you normally do, but we'll all have name tags identifying what we are for Halloween.

"So, what are you for Halloween?"

"Can't you read? It says right here on my name tag, Mr. T. What are you?"

"I'm a bear. But you know, like a grizzly bear, raaawwrrr! I had to remove my name tag cause burly gay guys kept propositioning me."
 
2013-11-09 10:25:21 AM
What are the odds we'll get Daniel Tosh as Samuel L Jackson at some point? "I am tired of this motherfarking blackface on motherfarking Halloween"

/Also, Lethal Weapon 6 was fantastic
 
2013-11-09 10:29:40 AM
images.hngn.com
 
2013-11-09 10:31:08 AM
Is it OK for a black person to dress up as a white person ?
 
2013-11-09 11:14:15 AM
I've never thought of Mr T as black. He's just Mr T. He transcends race. No black people act like Mr T. Mr T acts like Mr T.

/foo
/T
 
2013-11-09 11:27:24 AM
nubian please!

I really need to dress up in Blackface next year.  Not for Hallloween, just random points through out the year.  See how many people I can piss off.
 
2013-11-09 11:42:53 AM

Iceberg659: Monkeyfark Ridiculous: Iceberg659: Got to love any discussion involving race on Fark. Poor poor persecuted white men. When will they catch a break? They can't even wear blackface anymore without people pitching a fit. shiat is ridiculous. I thought this was America.

Yes, you could say that. Or you could learn what words mean before you use them. Nah, that's too hard. Blackface! Blackface everywhere!

I got it. Only certain types of face paint to mimic a black person count as REAL blackface. Anything short of Al Jolson "Mammy" face is fair game and fark everyone that disagrees.


Yep. You got it alright
 
2013-11-09 11:45:39 AM

gibbon1: Iceberg659: Got to love any discussion involving race on Fark. Poor poor persecuted white men. When will they catch a break? They can't even wear blackface anymore without people pitching a fit. shiat is ridiculous. I thought this was America.

Wusup?


I fink u freeky
 
2013-11-09 12:06:14 PM
So where does this falll?
www.vh1.com
 
2013-11-09 12:07:13 PM
It's offensive because those shows really were poorly written and produced.
 
2013-11-09 12:25:07 PM

ProdigalSigh: TheWhoppah: Condor Man

Wow, I'm the other person who has seen this movie!  One of the crappy non-big three  network channels played it all the time on Sundays while I was growing up, good background TV while I was playing with Legos or G.I. Joes.  As a kid without any real access to comic books, Condorman was essentially my first Batman.

Also, I agree with pretty much everyone else on this, it's not black-face, it's not racist but more a tribute, however he should've known better.


Why? I know you can't answer this, but why should he have known better?

Will we keep slipping further into a world of more and more political correctness?

When will the butt hurt stop?

/wont someone please think of the children?
 
2013-11-09 12:26:02 PM

razyjean: *raises hand*

Could someone please explain to me why this white person dressed as a black character isn't racist, but it was totally OMGRacism when that celebrity chick I had never heard of dressed as a black character from Orange is the New Black?

/seriously confused.


Sadly, because the PC rules surrounding this are utterly retarded, there is no good explanation, just lots of handwaving and colossal butthurt. We can stop the madness by shooting everyone who starts whining about how it's waaacist for lighter people to dress up as darker people, that oughta take care of the problem.

/You know it isn't waaacist if it's the other way around
//Though I'm sure there's trannies butthurt over "White Chicks"
 
2013-11-09 12:30:06 PM

Iceberg659: Got to love any discussion involving race on Fark. Poor poor persecuted white men. When will they catch a break? They can't even wear blackface anymore without people pitching a fit. shiat is ridiculous. I thought this was America.


You just derped to level 11.

Congrats.
 
2013-11-09 12:30:33 PM

cig-mkr: Is it OK for a black person to dress up as a white person ?


Sure, if it is a specific white person, done well and the person doesn't act in a derogatory manner. If it is just smearing white greasepaint on their face and saying "hey! look! I'm white! Give me a tax break!", not so much.

I think the people offended by this costume do not really understand what racism is or why it is bad. They just say 'dark make-up on the face makes it 'black-face' and that is racist, so this must be racist.
 
2013-11-09 01:15:48 PM

cig-mkr: Is it OK for a black person to dress up as a white person ?


Yeah, but you can't say anything about it because that would be racist.
 
2013-11-09 01:23:20 PM
Also, it's been done already...

img.fark.net
 
2013-11-09 02:31:23 PM

Iceberg659: Monkeyfark Ridiculous: Iceberg659: Monkeyfark Ridiculous: Iceberg659: Monkeyfark Ridiculous: Iceberg659: Got to love any discussion involving race on Fark. Poor poor persecuted white men. When will they catch a break? They can't even wear blackface anymore without people pitching a fit. shiat is ridiculous. I thought this was America.

Yes, you could say that. Or you could learn what words mean before you use them. Nah, that's too hard. Blackface! Blackface everywhere!

I got it. Only certain types of face paint to mimic a black person count as REAL blackface. Anything short of Al Jolson "Mammy" face is fair game and fark everyone that disagrees.

Is costuming yourself for Halloween as a person of another race inherently offensive? Could be.  Is it offensive in certain combinations (white guy playing black guy)? Could be. Is it offensive in certain instances? Oh yeah it could be.

Is the costume shown in the article "blackface"? No. It farking isn't. You are an ignoramus if you think it is, and you're a jackass if you understand that it isn't and you're trying for offense-by-association.

If you think you're scoring some kind of anti-racism points by putting farking *blackface* on the same level as a guy in a Mr T costume, then you aren't just wrong: you are doing the opposite of what you think you are.

Maybe next time we can talk about why your mom making you clean the basement isn't slavery.

I'm not going to get into your "mom's basement" shiat because it's WAY too edgy for me. Are you Richard Pryor? That said, I'm not personally offended by the costume or by the people who darken their skin to dress up like certain characters. I think it is almost always a bad decision but it's not offensive. What I don't like is the general consensus in this thread that if it's not minstrel show blackface then people shouldn't care. That is complete horseshiat.

Except that you're making up that "consensus" the same way you tried to put words in my mouth earlier. You don't tak ...


Your vagina.  It's like, all sandy and stuff.
 
2013-11-09 02:46:56 PM
FTA: "Blackface has its roots in performances from the 19th century, when actors would apply dark face paint and portray black people in mocking, stereotyping caricatures."

Yeah... you would think that an educated (as in college) school vice principal just might remember this little tidbit of information while he was deciding whether or not to be a total f*cking idiot for halloween.

What is it with these people?
 
2013-11-09 02:56:34 PM

Truther: Will we keep slipping further into a world of more and more political correctness?


Vector R: Sadly, because the PC rules surrounding this are utterly retarded,


AngryDragon: Tribalism and political correctness gone wild.


"Political Correctness" = backward whiteguyspeak for "WAHHHHHH! I don't get to say or do the dumb sh*t I used to! I have to actually think before I act! I have to realize that other people don't think as I do! I have to actually try not to be an asshole! THIS IS HARRRRRRRD!"
 
2013-11-09 02:56:51 PM
I think it's a fair point to examine all these claims of cultural "ownership." For example, the Asian girl in the "it's not a costume, it's a culture" campaign. Here you see a twenty something ethnic Asian (who could easily be third generation American), dressed in the bland, Americanized college garb that most American college kids wear. She looks so forlorn and shamed as she looks at the ground, holding up the colorful picture of a Japanese Geish girl costume. Her caption reads, "it's a culture, not a costume, and it's not ok. This is not who I am."

Well you got that right...it's NOT who you are. I'm a tall Nordic looking person who probably has more Japanese roots than you do, Asian American college girl. I have family there and I've been to Kyoto and seen the REAL Geishas. You are not a geisha, nor do you own the image, experience or culture. So buck up and stop being sad that the rest of the world might find geishas fascinating, colorful and beautiful. You're right. That is not who YOU are. Have you ever even been to Japan?

Same for Mr. T, and someone made the point perfectly up thread. He happens to be black, but he is not "blackness" personified. He is Mr. T personified, and the character he played on that show. You don't get to "own" that just because you HAPPEN to share his skin color, which is insignificant. No more than I get to "own" the image of a German bar made, or the Swiss Ricola guy. The world owns it.
 
2013-11-09 02:57:48 PM

rewind2846: FTA: "Blackface has its roots in performances from the 19th century, when actors would apply dark face paint and portray black people in mocking, stereotyping caricatures."

Yeah... you would think that an educated (as in college) school vice principal just might remember this little tidbit of information while he was deciding whether or not to be a total f*cking idiot for halloween.

What is it with these people?


Why won't anyone think of the constantly offended?!

That said, a school VP should have better sense to know that such people do exist and are very whiny/vocal and should avoid courting such controversy even though it is wholly, undeniably, unarguably, at holy shiat STFU levels of unjustifiability
 
2013-11-09 03:01:14 PM

rewind2846: Truther: Will we keep slipping further into a world of more and more political correctness?

Vector R: Sadly, because the PC rules surrounding this are utterly retarded,

AngryDragon: Tribalism and political correctness gone wild.

"Political Correctness" = backward whiteguyspeak for "WAHHHHHH! I don't get to say or do the dumb sh*t I used to! I have to actually think before I act! I have to realize that other people don't think as I do! I have to actually try not to be an asshole! THIS IS HARRRRRRRD!"


Do you force your female friends and family members to dress modestly so as to not offend hyper-religious people with their wanton displays of fleshy temptation? Not everyone thinks as you do. You really should be more considerate of the absurd opinions people hold, bigot
 
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