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Thing that gets tossed around as a silencing tactic to defend people in the oppressor group on whatever relevant axis.
Like Yeah, we’ve/people have been saying that FOREVER!
So why the fuck is it only relevant when the people being ‘hated for who they are’ (never mind that that’s not an accurate assessment anyway) are part of the privileged group.
Like it sounds like a fantastic sentiment. But is almost always used in a really gross, oppressive, bigoted kind of way.
Anonymous asked: thank you so much for tagging your snake pictures. I have a rather irrational fear of them (they have teeth, apparently, but so do dogs and I love dogs). the point is that I'm never gonna judge people for owning one but ty for tagging your pictures.
No problem! People will tag a lot of things on Tumblr that are awesome, but always tend to forget really common phobias like snakes and spiders.