I can guarantee that 90% of the people who posted their results are more stereotypically white than what this test said.
That isn't my point.
Originally Posted by Chanaynay
I don't think you understand the impact "crying over Justin Bieber" or not being able to tolerate spicy food has versus:
You don't seem to realise how selective you are in what you choose to be offended by. I am not personally offended by the test's stereotyping of my race, and don't advocate its removal. What offends me (well...more irritates me) is how liberal forum members turn a blind eye to stereotyping of Whites because they make a subjective value judgment over how much harm it causes. That is hypocritical if you think racism is innately evil.
Yet another example of moral inconsistency on the political left. I will always enjoy pointing this out.
Look, I don't think we should close down these threads. I have no issue with racial stereotypes! What I am doing is pointing out that if you do take issue with them, don't stereotype another group then turn around and complain when somebody does it to yours. However innocent this may seem, the message you are sending out to the world is quite clear.
You wouldn't want to help me prove that everybody is innately racist, and racism is a fake crime invented to silence opponents of immigration?
You checked off 35 out of 100 possible white people scenarios.
You are not that white. You listen to country music, but prefer other genres, and even though you’ve done the Chicken Dance, you really hate yourself for doing it. You do, however, have a special outfit for the Fourth of July.
You checked off 4 out of 100 possible white people scenarios.
Congratulations, you are NOT white! You’re the first of your friends to perfect a new dance move and never have to worry about what level of SPF you should use. Heck, you might not even know what SPF stands for and that’s OK because the sun is your friend and that’s cool as shit.
"Note that the word “mute” (from Latin mutus and Greek μύειν) is regarded by linguists as an onomatopoeic formation referring not to silence but to a certain fundamental opacity of human being, which likes to show the truth by allowing it to be seen hiding."
- Anne Carson