The answer to your question of whether horrific treatment of “my people” would make me curse is…
Traditional Tradesman
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Yeah but from how I see it, generally when a race / community experiences oppression for being part of such a group, that’s when solidarity with your own group becomes important. For white people who have no experience of institutionalised racism the need to identify with others experiencing oppression to rise above it simply isn’t there. I also just think that swearing just isn’t a big deal compared to the horrors described in the article, and to take more issue with the word ‘fuck’ than them purely exemplifies your privilege.

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