I just know why it's not racist.
Thank you for falling into that trap, tho.
You've made this so easy for me.
Perhaps if I had said "all black men" or "all black women", then you'd have a point.
But I did not.
If you read my writing, I
amtend to be very good at using qualifiers. I do not tend to make universal blanket statements. That, in this case, I did not explicitly include "tend to" in my construction does not mean that what I did tacitly mean was that "all" people of this category engage in x behavior. If you would give me the principle of charity while reading what I write, this much would be obvious. Seeing as how you have not, I'll make it explicit: what was ellipticized was "tend to", not "all".
Furthermore, what I said about these groups, that they [tend to] "treat white males differently" isn't even inherently racist. It's not demeaning any group, it's not degrading to any group, it's simply an observation about how they tend to treat another group, and one that is actually, on the whole, quite accurate. Believe it or not, but different groups of people do actually tend to treat other groups of people differently than other groups of people. Pointing these tendencies out is not racist.
To prove my point.