this post… *sighs*
-okay, (I really don’t know why but) there may be some white people who pretend to be a minority on the internet, but really, what purpose would it serve?
-personal experience: I’ve recently had 2 blogs talk about Asian cultural appropriation (both white bloggers) and their conception on cultural appropriation was a bit off from an Asian view point (I am NOT kidding when I say Asians like having their culture spread.i.e. you have no idea how much koreans find westerners wearing hanbok amusing. NOTE this is different from having their culture sexualized) and commented that cultural appropriation have been turned to a totally black and white issue by SJWs while viewpoints on a issue differ from culture to culture. You know what the response I got was for each case was? “LOL you’re either a white person or a POC too dumb to recognize what’s wrong here. Get educated” and “Don’t pretend to be an Asian just to get your point across”. Both just assuming my race based on my opinion. Well done.
-my problem with this post is the same problem I have with the word POC. It disrespects a whole spectrum of people into a single word just to form an us-versus-them juxtaposition. An oppressed POC with the forgiveness of jesus with a compassionate heart may not be so against white people as SJWs are. They might hate the system but not the individuals who are irrelevant to the injustice and think the hate-mongering SJW way of dealing with white people is wrong
There are a wide variety of people inside a race,gender,sexuality, etc etc. They shouldn’t conform to your stencil of “a guide to being POC/queer” and to assume that they’re not “POC/queer” enough if they don’t meet the right criteria is just absurd.
Surprise, everyone in the world is unique. I’m a WOC as you SJWs call it and I don’t agree with the things you say about my race and gender, because I’m a different person with different views. and if you can’t accept that maybe you’re the one with the problem.
-the shy one