Str8 - Don't bother trying. You are white. You have no right to ever comment on any form of discrimination, ever. That seems to be this Board's number one law.
It's literally impossible for you to have any inkling of the experience of being treated badly due to stereotypes, because you are white, and male. Just admit anything you've ever done, or said, against racism was really an attempt to hide your own deep seated irrational hatred of anybody different.
When people say something is racist here, just nod your head, and say "yes sir, may i have another?"
The Board is right - Us white people own racism. We invented it, perfected it, and have used it to rule the world forever. Were it not for us, the world would be peace and harmony and pony rides for all.
Racism is our number one contribution to humanity. It doesn't exist unless a white person is around.
Because of these facts, I suggest you accept being white, you deserve to sit and let others lecture you on your faults. It's just, because, hey, other white people who weren't related to you, or who have been in teh grave for a hundred years, indulged in hatred, and, hey, those sins belong to all who follow, forever and ever.
Terms like "round-eye", those are myths. Even if they aren't (which is an absurd statement to make), there is no way they could ever be considered similar to teh vile slanders we've used on others. Hearing "I had to beat me up a white boy last night" only means the gentleman saying it saw thru you to your wicked racist soul.
Don't pretend you actually mean what you say, our white tricks no longer fool others. Asking questions is simply a feeble attempt to whitewash (dear god, how we've spread our filth even into basic language to reinforce our dominance) your real motives, which are to continue to oppress and hurt others.
Remember - your experiences simply don't matter, as they have all been bettered by being a white male.
Racial hypocrisy? It doesn't exist, because only white males indulge in stereotypes, groundless accusations, or denial of history. A man who would try and make that arguement, why, he'd like go so far as to try to compare being gay or bisexual to a mental illness like depression or schizophrenia.
Edited by Nukelavee, 26 February 2012 - 03:15 PM.