Anonymous said: i got my ass ate in the men's room @ olive garden thnx for this opportunity
I still use this pic for everything 😂😩
Anonymous said: Youre so perfect..😩😍🙌
I wish I could sing
Anonymous said: I'm white and I live in Germany and I think that racism still exist. In Germany, America basically in every country and I don't understand why it still exists because people ARE different and there's nothing we can change about that and it's not just skin color it's our personality, our heart and what we believe in. And if everyone were the same life would be so boring. I was really shocked last week when my class mates didn't even know who MLK or rosa parks were. People should care about that!
Aye shoutout to Germany. Some people just arent taught that. It honestly all starts with what youre taught at home and exposed to.
Anonymous said: The "ideally" comment I love because I think women aren't represented enough in basic curriculum so I would love there I be a serious women's history month to talk about all the oppression women endured and still endure and strong women and everything women BUT I would like it even more if that stuff was just taught within the curriculum without drawing attention to it as something separate than anything else. Make sense? Idk because I'm a woman but not black so maybe I don't understand
Yea its difficult to satisfy every underrepresented group and when you finally do give a group what they desire other groups will feel like they deserve the same thing so its tough. Black people put the pillars of America on their backs so some kind of retribution was well deserved. Not to say that women have not helped positively influence this country. A womens month would be cool.
Anonymous said: Hey. So my views: racism very clearly still exists on an institutional level today in a manner that heavily favors white people. I feel like individual prejudice and racism is wrong from anybody or group. While white people cannot compare their lives to what black people must go through on a regular basis, it isn't wrong for a white person to call out a racist of any kind, it isn't wrong to call out racists. Idk man there are a bunch a racist fucks and too many black people in jails
I almost completely agreed with you. The word racism is thrown around so carelessly. I think where we differ is the meaning of racism and who can be racist. I think there needs to be some sort of advantage or inherent superiority over another for there to be racism. This does not mean prejudice and individual hate from one race to a race different from yours isnt terrible.
Anonymous said: Don't you think that ideally, black history would be integrated enough into school curriculums that a separate black history month wouldn't be necessary, and people would learn about all history in school all the time without it being centered on white people and their "discoveries"?
I mean “ideally” maybe but that isnt the case so lets not speak hypothetically. If you can somehow appropriately and unbiasedly integrate it into every curriculum let me know. Does black history month bother you that much? I think its a great learning experience for everyone