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Why can't we have have simple ideological disagreements without throwing these terms around? 'sambo' 'coon'  'uncle tom' etc 

Too many black people online/irl with this childish/brainless mentality. No wonder the youts are so lost when they're being raised by brain dead scum like this....

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3 minutes ago, Grafter said:

Unconscious bias is real

Any of u taken the test?

Don't need to, I def do this.

I assume the worst in people til proven otherwise

 

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4 minutes ago, Seydou said:

 

I assume the worst in people til proven otherwise

 

In ALL people regardless of ''race''.... only logical way to navigate life

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11 minutes ago, Seydou said:

Don't need to, I def do this.

I assume the worst in people til proven otherwise

 

I am extremely judgy and always eventually proven correct but I reckon i do it on a case by case assessment

I came out neutral on this test first time. Quite chuffed about that. In fact I was relieved

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On 10/11/2018 at 12:27 PM, Afroman said:

Boy..... Could easily innocently happen on a rush hour train.

 

 

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Not sure why that’s in here but yeah fuck her

He’s a good lad if that was me would have probably ran out of patience and gave her an NFL style stiff arm fend off after about  12 seconds of that nonsense tbh

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On 10/19/2018 at 2:05 AM, FANTA said:

 

This guy chats shit. Being a black/mixed race guy, you NEED to video altercations like this, especially with a Becky!

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If you think sleeping beauty’s current iteration is peak. You should hear how the original went.

 

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Italian writer Giambattista Basile’s original version of Sleeping Beauty, written in the 17thCentury, has the comatose princess being repeatedly raped by the king who comes across her and then giving birth to his children, all while still asleep.

She finally wakes up when one of her children sucks an enchanted splinter out of her finger and, in revenge, the queen attempts to get the king to EAT his kids.

The king then murders his wife so he can be with Sleeping Beauty.

 

 

Would be one helluva of a kids movie that.

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1 hour ago, Heero Yuy said:

If you think sleeping beauty’s current iteration is peak. You should hear how the original went.

 

 

Would be one helluva of a kids movie that.

Theres something seriously wrong with this world

So much of our entertainment is rooted in abhorrence

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1 hour ago, Heero Yuy said:

If you think sleeping beauty’s current iteration is peak. You should hear how the original went.

 

 

Would be one helluva of a kids movie that.

Wow. 

That's a madness

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In the not too distant future people will look at our time same way some of you look at the past...

 

not too far away

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51 minutes ago, Admin. said:

In the not too distant future people will look at our time same way some of you look at the past...

 

not too far away

 

This is definitely coming btw. Probably already using data on the sly from sex robots.

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The government is failing to address "routine and sometimes relentless" sexual harassment in public places, MPs have warned.

A report by the women and equalities select committee found evidence that harassment is "deeply ingrained" in British culture and affects the lives of women everywhere, but said the government's "foot appears to be almost entirely off the pedal" when it came to tackling the issue.

Maria Miller, who chairs the committee, said: "Sexual harassment in public places is a regular experience for many women and girls in the street, in bars and clubs, on buses and trains, at university and online.

"It is the most common form of violence against women and girls and the damage is far-reaching. And yet most of it goes unreported.

"The #MeToo movement shows that we must confront some deeply uncomfortable truths about our society and the attitudes some men hold."

The committee warned that ministers risk giving the impression that the issue is "too trivial to address" - and said it was "astonishing" that the problem of sexual harassment was "almost entirely absent" from the government's strategy for tackling violence.

Although the government has committed to eliminating sexual harassment against women and girls by 2030, the committee claimed there was no evidence of any drive to achieve this.

In its report, the group of MPs called for new measures to be put in place, including:

:: Long-term publicity campaigns to tackle attitudes that underpin sexual harassment

:: A new offence to criminalise the creation of non-consensual sexual images

:: Investment in research and action to address the harm caused by pornography

:: New regulations covering to tackle sexual harassment on trains, as well as action to block the use of mobile devices to view pornography on public transport

:: Changes to licensing laws to require bars and clubs to take action to prevent harassment, and new legal obligations on universities to outlaw it.

Tamaryn Payne says she has been a victim of sexual harassment since she was a teenager.

She added: "[It is] a daily occurrence for me. Stares, the odd remark and a recent serious incident made me call the police after a man followed me along the road and wouldn't leave me alone."

Ms Payne says she is "really exhausted" by the repeated incidents, and has even moved areas to stop it from happening.

In response to the committee's nine-month inquiry, a government spokesperson said: "Unwelcome advances that intimidate, degrade or humiliate women and girls are an abuse of power and unlawful. Whether in the home, the workplace or in public, sexual harassment is unacceptable.

"The government has made protecting women and girls from all forms of violence, and supporting victims and survivors a key priority.

"To support the government's commitment to tackling violence against women and girls, we have pledged £100m in funding until 2020 and will be updating our Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy to ensure that we are doing all that we can to tackle crimes which disproportionately impact on women."

(c) Sky News 2018: Sexual harassment in UK 'routine and relentless', report by MPs warns

 

 

Some genuine points in there but FFS, stares.... really

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