Dear Avicenna Other people have the idea that minority groups are allowed to be homogenous, but that white people have to be forced into being ashamed of who they are. How can one person claim that multiculturalism is for non-white people while not demonising white pride.
Tag Archive: Racism
May 09 2013
Apr 19 2013
Another day, another conspiracy theory about the Boston Marathon. But wait! This one’s from an unexpected source. That’s right! It’s a double whammy of MRA goodness (Badness?)
Apr 16 2013
Onislam.net has picked up on the current Islamophobia bruhaha broiling through atheism and I figured it needs some clarification.
Apr 13 2013
Listen, I know videogames are “light on the ladies” when it comes to representing us, but look beyond that for this one. This may be a “sausage fest” but this article shows a company making steps in the right direction.
Apr 05 2013
Wilcox County High School students are getting something novel. Sometimes society is racist due to ignorance. Sometimes because it goes out of it’s fucking way to wear a white robe and stupid pointed hat. Wilcox County High School’s students are trying to run a integrated prom. As in… A Racially Integrated Prom. Let that sink …
Apr 04 2013
Her comment got buried under other comments, but I have read it. TLDR History – Rebecca Bradley wrote an article that I disagreed with about racism and privilege. I wrote a rebuttal, she wrote a rebuttal to that and that’s in the comments. Now we are here.
Mar 31 2013
I was poking around the net when I came across Skeptic Ink’s Rebecca Bradley and her take on “privilege” when it comes down to race and indeed sexism. And I don’t think she gets it.
Jan 22 2013
This is why the USA lags behind in education. Because rather than teaching from a centralised school system you get places like these schools in Texas. Oh don’t worry! It’s not racist! It’s divinely ordained! Now a lot of the kids will be sent here to learn this kind of nonsense by well meaning parents …
Jan 05 2013
O’REILLY: And, you know, I think the one person who said, Look, this is a place where people come to to escape. This is, you know, generally speaking. But you know what’s shocking? 35 percent of the Hawaiian population is Asian, and Asian people are not liberal, you know, by nature. They’re usually more industrious …