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Whale-surfing 5 comments
guest · 4 years ago
Just a tiny bit fake...
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When justice fails, the internet shall shame 41 comments
guest · 4 years ago
I'm just going to repeat that the problem is here is not a colour problem. That is a different fight! A woman has been raped, and a man has got an incredibly pathetic sentence, just like many other men have been handed before, over and over. Where is the colour in that? It's like the video where a hispanic woman has stood up in front of an LGBT-organised vigil for the shooting in Orlando, and said "You won't understand because you're white", and started talking about how people (only white people mind you) weren't recognising that the victims were hispanic, just that they were LGBT. Well I say who gives a crap what race or sexuality they were, I give a crap because they were human. We need to throw away the race card and pick our battles. Should we fight that white people do seem to get better treatment in some cases? Sure! Another day! But not in this battle, because that's not the real problem here, because both white and black men, men in general, are getting away with this.
When justice fails, the internet shall shame 41 comments
guest · 4 years ago
This isn't a colour thing. There a black students who have been let out of sentences lightly as well, all because they are big sports stars. There's a documentary on netflix on how common college rape is and it follows these girls who were raped and then empowered themselves and started fighting back against the colleges and how little they were doing, so it's actually quite an inspiring documentary if you look at it from that angle. But one of the main rapists was a young black man who happened to be really good at football, so he got a slap on the wrist like this guy did, and now is back playing major-league football. Don't turn this into a colour thing. This is a 'there-are-too-many-men-raping-people-and-getting-slaps-on-the-wrist' thing.
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