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Child cannot dress as Elsa because she isn't white
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I'm absolutely disgusted at this crazy irresponsible parent letting her child dress as Elsa.

DOES YOUR KID HAVE MAGIC ICE POWERS? NO? THEN YOU HAVE NO RIGHT TO CLAIM THE CROWN OF ARENDELLE!
SO MAD RIGHT NOW!
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You're fucking kidding me. Seeing people call people out for their skin color is complete and utter bullshit. We're all people, and they actually dare to discriminate against others even after all these years?

Disgusting.
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dragontackle wrote:

Fucking Australia, I see this is why Moot(founder of 4chan for those who dont know) hates Aussies.


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Posted 6/28/15
Ridiculous. Some people never should be parents.
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Please dont shitpost
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dragontackle wrote:

Please dont shitpost


But its ok for you to, mate?
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Shitposting?

What a tumblr thing to type, man.
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i saw the vid where samara was on TV with her mom and she got loads of cute gifts and an opportunity to be in a performance which is awesome. I srsly cant believe someone would say that to a girl who looks adorable in that outfit. Im disgusted -.-
Posted 6/30/15
Isnt Elsa Norwegian? So anyone not Norwegian cant.


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That was an interesting read. I hope those kids aren't racist when they get older. They probably won't change though.


That entirely depends on them as individuals. My stepfather, who raised us, was racist (though too ignorant to actually realize it). He was completely against mixed relations beyond friendship. My mother took his side, but has changed her stance after divorcing him. That's the reality we grew up in.

My oldest sister was into rap and hip-hop, friends with mostly black people, and I'm pretty sure dated some black guys, though never came forward with it. She always thought racism was abhorrent.

My younger sister's bestie is black, racism disgusts her, and she's probably one of the kindest, gentlest, least judgmental people I know (towards EVERYONE). Unless you mess with her kids, or anyone else's kids.... then she'll cut you. Just lucky the lady in the article wasn't near my sister when she said this. I'd probably be bailing her out of jail.

Me... I had very few friends growing up. I've always been a weird guy. However, my weirdness gave me a lot of room to grow and develop my own opinions through observations and consideration. Color is just a color, but I do recognize cultural differences. However, hate in any form is evil. Point blank.
While I've never dated a black girl, and likely never will because I am now a happily married man, the world is filled with beautiful black women that could and would have my attention, were I a single man.

I'll tell you what is REALLY ugly. Someone who can teach a child that another race is inferior in any way. Please do not judge those children, because they aren't old enough to develop their own opinions. It is the parents who have hate in their hearts.

Really, I mean REALLY... I just don't get it. How can anyone be so insecure that they NEED to feel like someone else is inherently inferior to feel good about who they are? If you love yourself, truly love yourself, then I don't see how you need to hate anyone else to do so. And if you start to love everyone, as much as you can, regardless of the situation, you'll find it is pretty easy to love yourself, too.
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HolyDrumstick wrote:


fallenking16 wrote:

That was an interesting read. I hope those kids aren't racist when they get older. They probably won't change though.


That entirely depends on them as individuals. My stepfather, who raised us, was racist (though too ignorant to actually realize it). He was completely against mixed relations beyond friendship. My mother took his side, but has changed her stance after divorcing him. That's the reality we grew up in.

My oldest sister was into rap and hip-hop, friends with mostly black people, and I'm pretty sure dated some black guys, though never came forward with it. She always thought racism was abhorrent.

My younger sister's bestie is black, racism disgusts her, and she's probably one of the kindest, gentlest, least judgmental people I know (towards EVERYONE). Unless you mess with her kids, or anyone else's kids.... then she'll cut you. Just lucky the lady in the article wasn't near my sister when she said this. I'd probably be bailing her out of jail.

Me... I had very few friends growing up. I've always been a weird guy. However, my weirdness gave me a lot of room to grow and develop my own opinions through observations and consideration. Color is just a color, but I do recognize cultural differences. However, hate in any form is evil. Point blank.
While I've never dated a black girl, and likely never will because I am now a happily married man, the world is filled with beautiful black women that could and would have my attention, were I a single man.

I'll tell you what is REALLY ugly. Someone who can teach a child that another race is inferior in any way. Please do not judge those children, because they aren't old enough to develop their own opinions. It is the parents who have hate in their hearts.

Really, I mean REALLY... I just don't get it. How can anyone be so insecure that they NEED to feel like someone else is inherently inferior to feel good about who they are? If you love yourself, truly love yourself, then I don't see how you need to hate anyone else to do so. And if you start to love everyone, as much as you can, regardless of the situation, you'll find it is pretty easy to love yourself, too.


Yeah, my dad's racist but too ignorant to notice. Its nice to see your siblings not grow up to be like your stepdad. I do think they can change but the way it looks like to me is its going to take some time and a little more diversity in their life

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