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Today, a girl called me a racist, stereotyping asshole. All I did was ask a kid who happens to be Asian to tutor me in math. Which I didn't do just because he's Asian, but rather because he's in college and is actually a brilliant mathematician. FML
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  RedPillSucks  |  31

worse yet, it's being used by someone who's an unconnected observer. people are so quick to judge and they also don't understand the difference between prejudice and racist.


Racism is the belief that one race is superior to the rest. Prejudice is a preconceived opinion that is not based on reason or actual experience. Most people are prejudice, not racist, and most people don't know/understand true racism.

  ThatOneChick856  |  36

#73- I've always believed racism (and sexism and etc) to be sections of prejudice. Because if you believe, say, that your race is superior to another, that usually includes preconceived negative opinions about the race that is "below" you. Some people say that racism and whatnot is "prejudice plus power", but I disagree because that is the definition of oppression, while I believe that racism just a form of prejudice.

  CAC_Boomerang  |  24

Once upon a time racism was a form of segregation imposed by people who had the lack of enlightenment to understand humanity. This was a very serious issue for centuries.

The 21st century, however, seems to confuse this with stereotypes.

Because of this, people who have no care for humanity will assume they can manipulate others based on their racial differences, just like OP's FML here.

What the most depressing thing is, really, is that it detracts from how people actually suffered, notably during the 18th and 20th centuries from actual racism.

  DaRito  |  25

Are you really judging sensitive people? Wow, check your privilege shitlord. Privileged cis white males don't deserve the Internet for this reason. #socialjustice