Huh? You think a black person saying the N-word and not getting in trouble is preferential treatment?
So this is indeed about white privilege. It isn't that white people want to say the n-word. It is just upsetting that black people can do something they cannot.
Guess I was right after all
When a white man kills someone and gets away with it where a black man would not, would this not be considered preferential treatment? If I am given a pass for making sexist remarks because I am the boss, is that not preferential treatment? If my bad behavior is considered more acceptable than someone else exhibiting the exact same behavior, is that not preferential treatment? If I am given any consideration for lesser punishment (be it legal or communal) simply because of the color of my skin, does that not qualify as preferential treatment?
Why exactly is this so difficult to comprehend? I am genuinely wondering if this concept is too hard to work out rather than the usual trolling that goes on here now.
- stirs PIE'd this