if u didnt find someone attractive. would you stil ltell them everyone is beautiful
Yes… Because what I might find attractive might not be beautiful and what others might find beautiful might not be attractive… It’s a bit confusing but it’s the way things are
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Imam Mosque, formerly known as Shah Mosque is a mosque in Isfahan, Iran standing in south side of Naghsh-i Jahan Square.
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I saw this on Facebook, and this just really irked me to a point where words just couldn’t go unsaid. Because comparing these two things is just ridiculous.
First of all, the only reason she apologized for using the N word is because she got caught using it. Had she never been caught, she would have kept doing it. Now we do need to face the reality that this word never being used again by anyone is highly unlikely. Should we be using the N word? No. But I wouldn’t be uncomfortable when a black person says it as opposed to a white person saying it. Hell, I can’t even say that I have never said it, and I can’t say that I will never say it again. This, to me, is something that white people really need to just say “I probably shouldn’t say that” and move on with your life. And if you are honestly mad or pressed because you feel like your “right” to say what you want is being infringed upon like the young lady in that Facebook comment, I’m going to have to ask you to have several seats and get over it.
Second of all, Django was a movie, set in a time period where blacks were being traded and used as slaves. The movie was about a man who had an opportunity at freedom and the opportunity to find his wife. In that time period, slaves were treated like they weren’t even humans. Being beaten, killed, and taken a way from their families and being spread out around the nation. This is something that I’m sure NOBODY in this day and age weither black, white, brown, blue, or purple would want to experience. So for you to point out that a black man, portraying a slave, in a movie, saying a line about “killing all the white people” and comparing it to a woman who was using the N word out of hate and got fired for it, shows me nothing but ignorance.
What kills me the most is that this woman had the unmitigated gall to want to throw a plantation theme wedding and have black people dress up as slaves, without even the slightest thought or consideration about it. Oh but let somebody say or do some ignorant shit like this dealing with the Holocaust and you will have everybody on your ass in a second.
Please stop treating slavery like it’s something black people need to just “get over” or that it is something that doesn’t matter.
You know, I don’t even think she meant it to offend anyone… Because if she is comfortable enough to use it in a joke and in a setting where there are people who aren’t racist and a setting where there are black people I think she felt perfectly fine saying in a jovial manner and not aiming to insult anyone… I mean, she went into court for this and she clearly stated she has used it times before, and she has used it as a joke before, even with black people. But I think they wanted to get rid of her off their station for a good while, because look at how they’re stripping her of nearly everything… Over something so minuscule…. I see it as that because I really don’t think it’s that serious… Some of y’all cloud your heads with “how racist can the next person be” that you most times don’t see what actually happening… But it’s whatever… That’s just my opinion…