White Power. . I Anonymous (ID: - : : 34 pp 3543443325 32543444332 senior in high school pin every classroom there are two noticeboards, one that is used by tea White Power I Anonymous (ID: - : 34 pp 3543443325 32543444332 senior in high school pin every classroom there are two noticeboards one that is used by tea
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I Anonymous (ID: - : : 34 pp 3543443325 32543444332
senior in high school
pin every classroom there are two noticeboards, one that is used by teachers and another for announcements
Always gay ass like Gay pride club meeting times and Student elections
POE day decide it will be funny to write "White pride meeting, white students only please-"
pl put down a random date and place
Laugh to myself because autist
shiest day. some feminazi starts raging hard after seeing my advertisement, has a segment on morning announcements. saying she will be protesting the clubs meeting
stuart pasting more of these White pride adverts around the school because I think its funny-
stuart writing white people only shit like "Free Leta" on adverts
Alsways same random time and place as original advert
bitch starts facebookk campaign to protest the white pride clubs meeting
any of meeting comes
Maybe a hundred students show up and interupt a Parent Teacher Association meeting thinking its wwhite pride meeting
confusion
3-* LLIW softly for rest of year
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#9 - pokimone
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While I am gay and have no issue with pretty much anyone of any race, I have to say this. How is it okay to have a gay pride club, and not a white pride club? Now, I'm not going to say its the KKK or anything like that, but we can't pick and choose whats okay, either all of it is, or none of it is. You can't tell us gay people "Yeah, its all good to be gay, thats just how you are, don't worry about it" Then tell someone whos proud to be white "God, you're such an awful person, how dare you" Hell, even the KKK has a right to believe what they want to believe. We shouldn't have the right to take away someones beliefs, no matter how biased they are or how much we disagree with them. Now again, I'm gay, and I have no issues with anyone, but I think while its okay to disagree with someones choice in beliefs, we can't discriminate against them without basically becoming as intolerant as they are.
#185 to #9 - anon id: a9d33e35
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Thanks, but we're still not supporting your abomination "marriages".
User avatar #263 to #185 - pokimone
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My fiance and I are butt buddies thank you very much. We ****** a lot of butts to get that title, and would appreciate it if you reffered to us as such.
User avatar #197 to #9 - icameheretotroll
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The point is that the groups that are discriminated need attention its not about how proud they are about the group its about how much publicity they get and how much people of more popular groups learn to tolerate them. while having a white pride club isn't bad I would still question its motives unless the whites were the minority in the school
#272 to #9 - anon id: ab263a80
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I believe everyone has a right to believe in what they want, and voice their opinion. However, I think the line has to be drawn when people physically, emotionally, mentally abuse people because of " what they believe." Believe in what you want, as long as you don't hurt others because your " belief" is right and theirs is wrong.
User avatar #274 to #272 - pokimone
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Well of course, I don't care who believes what, but once someone hurts someone it needs to be stopped. However, I also think it should be the person, and not everyone with that belief that is punished. But abuse is wrong, in pretty much every situation. Respect is the key word. You don't have to like someone, but you do have to respect them as a person. If they take advantage of that, and use it to hurt others, then they no longer deserve that respect and should be treated as such.
#35 to #9 - wiredguy
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Ahh, now that's funny, because I believe completely the opposite.
While I do totally believe in free speech, and equality, I don't think anyone should be "proud" of their race or sexuality.

I'm gay, too, and gay pride just seems so weird to me. What have we achieved, by being born slightly different?

The word pride used to mean being pleased with yourself or someone else for working to achieve something great and being a good person. Nowadays it's bandied about by anybody who wants to feel like they're better than others for preaching equality, which in itself is totally hypocritical.

Drawing attention to our race, gender or sexualities in this way, and especially by cordoning off who can or can't be "proud" of themselves for it, only serves to further divide us.
Having gay or black or white culture is great, but it would be better if by and large we could all just see each other as equals, and be proud of our successes, rather than venerating or vilifying others for things which they don't even have any control over.
User avatar #57 to #35 - pokimone
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Honestly, our veiw points arn't that different, just the dual ends of a spectrum. We both believe that race, gender, sexuality, or anything should hold no value over a persons worth, and in the end, thats whats important.
User avatar #59 to #57 - wiredguy
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couldn't agree more
#87 to #35 - fuckingtrolls
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I don't believe that "being born gay" is a real thing, I think that it's a circumstantial thing that developes over time in different environments, I believe all people are blank cards when they're born and develop into different pictures.

I also think it's wrong to try and blame your sexual orientation or other aspects that really have nothing to do with genetics on the birthing process, it almost makes it seem like you are ashamed of what you are.
#113 to #87 - cavysback
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I think your idea is pretty false but I thumbed you up for having the balls to post something like that in a place that will skin you alive if you even think being gay is "A little gross"

I don't, but I'm glad some people aren't afraid to speak their mind.
User avatar #120 to #113 - fuckingtrolls
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If you don't mind could you explain to me why people say that certain people are born gay I can't really grasp the concept of being born with a sexual orientation.

Also I don't think there's anything wrong with being gay. Mostly due to the fact that both of my dads might be gay.
#227 to #120 - Fgner
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I believe (and don't quote me because I haven't done a ton of research on the topic) that the term "born gay" means that your genetic give you a predisposition to gayness. The human genome is complex, and a lot of our genes have side effects because of that complexity. Some of these side effects are brain development changes and changes in hormonal levels. Go watch the Game Theory for if Pyro is a girl or not, he mentions quite a lot of genes that cause multiple things - like the proportions of the fingers - that also have some of these side effects.

I'd also like to mention, many, many forms of life practice homosexuality. Many insects use it to increase fertility, lions use it to increase their bonds, dolphins do it because it's fun, bonobo monkeys will have gay sex because it relieves stress and tightens bonds. etc. A huge number of species partakes in the act, and we may just be one of those species, or have side-effectual genes from evolution.

Humans are also taught through nurture, as well though. You are definitely right that our upbringing has more influence on us than our genes sometimes.
#134 to #120 - cavysback
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It's kind of a hard thing to explain

I mean, no one had to tell me that I wanted to have sex with girls when I got older. I just knew that I had a primal urge to, for a lack of more polite words, bang girls.

I think that it's almost the exact same thing, though somewhere along the way from fertilization to being a full grown baby, something happened inside of the brain that caused this urge to be towards the same sex. So, by that logic, maybe being gay is a mental disability.

I'm glad we see eye to eye on the whole right or wrong of your sexual orientation, though I honestly don't care how people feel about it. You're entitled to believe however you feel about something. If gay people make you uncomfortable, I don't think that makes you a disgusting person. I come from a middle class family, and lived around very rich people my whole life. Rich kids made me feel uncomfortable, because they acted differently than I did. That doesn't make them bad people, and it doesn't make me a bad person to feel out of place around them.

At this point, I'm sure you realize that this whole comment wasn't directed towards you. I'm just so tired of people hating each other over their opinion. Some people think being gay is a sickness cured by religion, and some think it is as natural as anything else. Though I think the latter, I honestly don't give a ****.

I hope I kinda helped you in the first part of this.

TL;DR gay people making you uncomfortable doesn't make you a bad person, denying people the right to be themselves and express themselves does. That goes for both pro and anti gay supporters.
User avatar #136 to #134 - fuckingtrolls
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Well to be honest that comment didn't really help me understand the whole genetic gay trait theory but I appreaciate you helping me to understand.
#137 to #136 - cavysback
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I'm sorry I couldn't help.
User avatar #191 to #120 - wiredguy
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also the dads comment made me laugh
User avatar #190 to #120 - wiredguy
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well, this is just a personal anecdote, and I've already said I agree with you

but when I was about 5, I remember being attracted to both boys and girls, and the latter sort of just faded out (by no will of my own) by the time I was around 14.

so either I was born different, or Freud's theory of innate bisexuality was right, in my case.

again, you need at least one or two hundred people tested to assert something like this, and memories from that age are always completely unreliable. I just find it interesting to reflect on.
*shrug*
#182 to #113 - cannibalvegan
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I think ******* and faggots shouldn't be allowed to vote.

Now give my thumbs.

I kid.
#213 to #182 - becauseoprahsaidso
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I man
User avatar #138 to #113 - pokimone
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You, I like you. People need to learn to stand up for what they believe in, no matter how society may veiw it. Its also just nice to see an unpopular opinion puffin used properly.
User avatar #291 to #87 - vraelsung
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I'm seriously impressed by how honest you are, and in using the meme correctly.
At the same time, I'm seriously disappointed that this is still argued that people legit can't be "born gay". Thumb for you.
User avatar #293 to #291 - fuckingtrolls
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And I'm not trying to be an asshole or anything I actually want to have a better grasp into the concept.
User avatar #292 to #291 - fuckingtrolls
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Please explain the theory to me because I honestly don't understand how something like this is possible to a majority of people.
User avatar #294 to #292 - vraelsung
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I'm not a biologist or anything so I don't have the exact answer, but I've read before about them finding which is basically 100% believed to be a fact that genetically males and females can be born homosexual. It's kind of like any other mutation of the human genetics from what I can think of, and because it isn't causing the human population to reduce, it'll keep going. Honestly I could get into a completely different argument that homosexuality is actually good for the human population but I won't right now, and I'll leave it at that they believe because of chemical imbalances and brainwave changes, someone is able to be born homosexual. I can go get a source if you want me to, it's been a while.
#295 to #294 - fuckingtrolls
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please
User avatar #296 to #295 - vraelsung
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www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1845227
If you don't understand scientific jargon (It's difficult for basically everyone)
www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/male-homosexuality-influenced-by-genes-us-study-finds-9127683.html
Basically, it's partially linked to genetics, but is also affected by environment. I honestly can't say I think that environmental details are the only things that cause homosexuality, but I can't really watch people say that genetics have nothing to do with it when it comes to basically anything about the human physical or mental structure.
User avatar #212 to #87 - becauseoprahsaidso
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Do you have anyway to prove this? You can believe what you want it doesn't make it true.
User avatar #241 to #212 - fuckingtrolls
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The same could be said about the mysterious gay genome that's why I've been asking for some sort of proof so that I could change my output on it but so far I've gotten personal experiences and a meet the pyro theory
#211 to #87 - lvlonemeepo
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I kind of agree different circumstances and maybe trauma's shape a person and can even shape a sexuality. I'm not saying that you can't be born with it because I honestly don't know and protesting something I don't know is silly but I believe it has to do with evolving to better fit your environment.
I kind of agree different circumstances and maybe trauma's shape a person and can even shape a sexuality. I'm not saying that you can't be born with it because I honestly don't know and protesting something I don't know is silly but I believe it has to do with evolving to better fit your environment.
User avatar #186 to #87 - wiredguy
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well, actually, there is an answer to this.
everybody is born as a blank canvas, yes. but our artists all have different paints.

people are born with different capacities, or in this case, chances.
being gay isn't up to one single allelic difference, it's a huge combination of multiple, complicated differences in the nervous and endocrine systems.
some people might be born with a greater chance to be gay than others, some less, but nobody is definitely one way or the other.

things like diet, experience and geographical location, all come into play after birth, and the painting begins.

for instance, someone could be born with a capacity to be about 6 feet tall, but if they were born into a third world country, or poor family, they might be a lot shorter. but if they were born in better circumstances, they would reach that height, but never be able to grow above it.
User avatar #161 to #87 - ieatbengay
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i completely agree with this. people's fetishes are influenced by events in their life or built up over their lifetime, so why couldn't it happen with being gay? we all know how extreme some people fetishes are so i dont see how you can rule this out as being a type of fetish in a way, remembering that fetishes are not exclusively sexual
User avatar #188 to #161 - wiredguy
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well, calling it a fetish is pretty degrading.

because, as you say, it's not only sexual. it's romantic.
and gay people don't have the capacity to feel normal romance.

plus, there are far too many of us.

and if you want a couple of examples of biological factors that increase the likelihood of someone being gay:
there's the balance of grey and white matter; the balance of sexual hormones both before and after birth; the number of older brothers (in a man); the higher number of identical twins who share being gay; the higher number of gay uncles to gays than non-gays; the higher number of mothers with gay sons who show extreme mosaic skewing of inactivation of one X chromosome; etc etc etc.

Or you could just read this page, hahah.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biology_and_sexual_orientation

but like I said in the comment just above yours, it's definitely a mixture of both nature and nurture, not solely one or the other.
User avatar #162 to #161 - fuckingtrolls
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hmm I've never heard of homosexuality being called a fetish. I doubt it'd be one too but that's creative thinking.
User avatar #164 to #162 - ieatbengay
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well maybe not a fetish exactly but everything that makes you think someone is attractive is influenced by learning
User avatar #165 to #164 - fuckingtrolls
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I get what you're saying
User avatar #118 to #35 - kungfulouie
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This post man. So much just right on. I had a best friend who was gay. Swear, and I just thought he did odd things sometimes, that I'd just dismiss as whatever. Found out, never out loud, and stopped hanging out with him for awhile because it was weird. How can my best friend be gay and I didn't know? But I eventually realized what a prick I was, because that's what's important. Not race, or sex, or gender, or religion, or whatever. It's not being a prick. Which I was. Not something to be proud of. Anyways, you got my thumb.
#275 to #35 - rekumate
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But in all seriousness I think Pride of ones culture and background is a good thing. It serves to unify and increases the productivity of a group. By nature we are not equal in the skills we possess and some people are just betters than others in different fields of life. I understand what your saying but to quote Aristotle, "The worst form of inequality is to try to make unequal things equal".
#273 to #35 - rekumate
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How about you suck my balls faggot. Heil Hitler.
#220 to #35 - anticitezenone
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How to win at life:   
   
Don't be an arrogant cunt to everyone for (Insert 'privelege' BS here)
How to win at life:

Don't be an arrogant cunt to everyone for (Insert 'privelege' BS here)
User avatar #36 to #9 - nommonsterbaa
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Being gay is most often viewed as a choice, whereas being white is something you're born with. Of course, that would mean pride for being any race should be just as acceptable as pride for being white. I'm a straight white male, supporting of a lot, gay pride is cool and all, so.
User avatar #60 to #36 - wiredguy
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being gay is a choice for some people, and not a choice for others

why can't people see that? the key to the answer in most arguments is compromise.
User avatar #61 to #60 - nommonsterbaa
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"most often *viewed* as a choice"
Meaning most people see it as a choice, but some don't. And really, it is a choice for some and not for others. My point was that I find it a bit better to have pride in something you choose over something you're born with, because whatever you're born with is kinda just slapped on you. It's like being proud of being born. Not saying the pride is bad, but that no pride should be viewed as bad if this is the case.
User avatar #62 to #61 - wiredguy
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well, it's still irrelevant
*shrug*

you could *view* being black as a choice. you'd probably have to be schizophrenic, but you still could.
it doesn't change the fact whether it is, or isn't.

what you're arguing is that it's all about perspective, which relies entirely on other people; I disagree though, I think individualism is much more important.
User avatar #68 to #62 - nommonsterbaa
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I'm talking about how I think people should view other people's pride. Of course if you have pride for something, you're not going to think it's bad or be against it.
#84 to #9 - fuckingtrolls
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I unno I think pride organizations are good because they help people cope with feeling like outcasts and help them realize that they aren't lesser people and help them be happy with being who they are by being surrounded with people like them.   
   
But I don't know I'm a straight white male age 18-45 so i'm not too put on the whole race/label card.
I unno I think pride organizations are good because they help people cope with feeling like outcasts and help them realize that they aren't lesser people and help them be happy with being who they are by being surrounded with people like them.

But I don't know I'm a straight white male age 18-45 so i'm not too put on the whole race/label card.
User avatar #152 to #9 - faimbot
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Why do white people need white pride?
Surely being born the right colour is enough?

This is coming from someone who isn't white btw.
#216 to #9 - WelshPimp
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ha ha haha ha you're gay. You're a gayfag jew. na na nana na. Whilst I'm not gay or fat (I'm big boned you son of a bitch) I can tell you being fag is gay. Fags spread gay propaganda trying to turn everyone into a bumburgler. If everyone's a fag having fag sex everybodies penis' will be covered in smelly poo, as people become acustomed to the **** they'll stop washing and the **** will spread over the body until it finally covers their whole bodies and is it gets further rubbed in to the skin more and more by the gay sex they will eventually turn into *******. TV would just become all ****** louis spences. In conclusion gay pride club is really just another coon club, and we need white power club to save us from an entertainment industry of black louis spences. obviously not my real opinion
User avatar #55 to #9 - hoponthefeelstrain
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because you shouldn't feel pride in something you had control over, but you also shouldn't be ashamed of it. Clubs of pride are around so people who are the minority (gays and minorities..) don't feel ashamed just because they aren't like the "average" person.

Like some people complain there's no white history month but almost every person discussed in American history classes are white males, so what would be the point of a white history month?
User avatar #65 to #55 - kinginyellow
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But why have a separate month for black people instead of integrating it into history, like it's supposed to be?
User avatar #66 to #65 - hoponthefeelstrain
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right? To me it seems like the old "separate but equal" ********.
User avatar #69 to #66 - kinginyellow
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Ya, the only difference I like is that we have history and and native studies. Basically you either have the history of Canada from the English and French standpoint with some native background, and the Native Studies has more focus on the native side with some English and French background, since it all can't be taught in one class. That way neither is excluded from the other by any special privilege, just student choice.
#74 to #9 - loops
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I always thought that you can really get around that by having a German club or an Italian club or an Irish club... I feel like "white" is just too broad? At least students in the black pride groups *typically* come from the same ethnic background?
I always thought that you can really get around that by having a German club or an Italian club or an Irish club... I feel like "white" is just too broad? At least students in the black pride groups *typically* come from the same ethnic background?
User avatar #10 to #9 - usarmyexplain
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I'm a strait white male, and I want to hug the **** out of you.
User avatar #264 to #10 - pokimone
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I'm a gay white male, and I am fine with hugging, as long as you don't mind that I smell like pina coladas and other gay type hair care products, lol.
User avatar #285 to #264 - usarmyexplain
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How are there gay specific haircare products? I thought there were just feminine and masculine brands. Or are you like, mixing American Crew and Garnier Fructis?
User avatar #287 to #285 - pokimone
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Nah, Aussie Editions all the way, its the only one that gives me volume and smells like coconuts. Aussie Editions or **** outta here.
User avatar #288 to #287 - usarmyexplain
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I like how American Crew is minty, makes my scalp tingle, and my cat rubs herself allover my head after I get out of the shower.
User avatar #289 to #288 - pokimone
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I've never tried it personally, I'll have to try that sometime. I used Axe Cool Metal Body Wash for a while, and it was pretty wonderful. It made my whole body feel prickly and nice, I think because it had menthol in it or something.
User avatar #290 to #289 - usarmyexplain
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American crew makes great body wash too, but after trying a few different brands I really prefer Dove "for men+care", it really makes me feel clean without drying my skin out.
User avatar #11 to #9 - ninjaroo
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The general consensus is that the only reason you would need a pride group of any sort is if you are part of a minority that is discriminated against, for support and such.
So straight white people wouldn't need one.
User avatar #27 to #11 - twofreegerbils
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The fact that if I started a white pride group, I would be called a racist, makes me feel discriminated against.
#76 to #27 - anon id: 1be5d315
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As a white person, you're among the most privileged people in the world, unless you're desperately poor or something.

Yet you feel discriminated because if you started a white pride group, people would call you racist.

You are really, really oversensitive.
#77 to #76 - twofreegerbils
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>priveleged
Stopped reading right there! Kill yourself.
User avatar #139 to #76 - pokimone
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Pain is relative. The simple fact that you say just because he is white, that he somehow has it better than everyone else, is exactly the kind of thing we're talking about here. You know nothing about him aside from his race, and from that, you gather that he somehow has it better than everyone else. Statistically, that may be true, however, you've never met him, you know nothing of his life. The point of this entire thread, is that a person should be judged by who they are, not race, and you my friend, are being racist. You have every right to believe that of course, however, personally, I find it to be pretty biased that you can gather he has life so much better due to the colour of his skin.
User avatar #13 to #11 - pokimone
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That isn't what pride means though. I'm proud when I do something to be proud of, I'm proud of who I am as a person, I'm proud of many things. Pride doesn't mean "lifes got me down, and I'm going to rise above it", now that is something to be proud of, but it isn't what pride means. Pride means happy to be what you are, or do what you do. I don't see why everyone can't be proud, and telling someone that they don't have the right to be proud, is in my opinion, very arrogant and just downright rude. You don't have to be miserable or discriminated against to be proud, you just have to feel like you should be.
User avatar #15 to #13 - ninjaroo
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We were talking about clubs, weren't we? I dunno man, I'm being the devils advocate here.
User avatar #16 to #15 - pokimone
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Hey don't worry about it man, lol. I'm just saying how I feel on it. I see all these people getting all riled up over stufff, but never really considering the other sides opinion on it. Example, everyone thinks its great to be supportive of gay, but my boyfriend and I can't go out in public on a date, not because of hate, but because of how many people constantly come up to us saying "We're so proud of you" or "You go, you guys can do it!" or of course the teenage girls telling us to kiss, and then awwwwwwwing. It sounds nice to have all that, but eventually you just want support and privacy. And while that isn't really related to the discussion, all the same, I feel it helps make my point of how everything has two ends to it, and people rarely consider both. You're free to feel what you want to feel, and don't let anyone, including me, hold you back from saying what you want to say. You're a good dude from what I can tell, so here you go, have a thumb or two.
User avatar #26 to #11 - twofreegerbils
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The fact that if I started a white pride group, I would be called a racist, makes me feel discriminated against.
User avatar #25 to #11 - twofreegerbils
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The fact that if I started a white pride group, I would be called a racist, makes me feel discriminated against.
#46 to #25 - twofreegerbils
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I swear to god I only left one comment.
User avatar #286 to #46 - usarmyexplain
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I liked both of them
User avatar #88 to #11 - ponchosdm
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so if white people is a minority in a country it is ok to have a white pride club?
User avatar #169 to #88 - ninjaroo
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Eeeyup.
#53 to #11 - billburr
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I think the reason there is a stigma about white pride is that it has been associated with lynchings in the US for hundreds of years. You can't "Heil Hitler" in Germany anymore, I'm not saying they should be banned but if people want to protest a white pride group or see if the group has racist beliefs, it's probably a good thing.
And personally I think all groups should be inclusive, saying no whites/blacks allowed is ridiculous. Constructive group members should be let in. Not that I wanted to join but I always found it weird that girl guides was girls-only and Beavers was both
#42 to #9 - corsairjoshua
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We already have white pride club. It's called society
User avatar #54 to #42 - slowshade
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Except society can't be called the white pride club anymore, wans't that kinda the whole point of the civil rights movement? So if we are to live in a free and equal society we will need to allow for pride clubs for all races since the idea of a free and equal society by definition includes a lack of any dominate culture we can attribute to the society as a whole. In fact a white pride club would be the most progressive thing a school could have. Unless of course "progressive" is just code for anti-white.
User avatar #177 to #9 - hokeymon
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Okay, Miss Jones. Me and the doctor here just need to check your vagina SOUTHPARK - BEST OF BILL AND FOSSE
User avatar #159 to #9 - facadeon
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There are still factors to consider, like historical context, unequal rights (like gay marriage) and the very fact that 'coming out of the closet' still exists- that gays in most societies have to hide it in their youth to avoid bullying and unequal treatment from others that naturally find them disgusting. These issues are still all too real in society.
#91 to #9 - iatedub
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EXACTLY


Thank you Gay sir.

I don't give a **** what you believe in/are gay or what ever, as long as you're a good person, I could give a **** less.

MFW Reading all of the stuff you said.
User avatar #135 to #91 - pokimone
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You would think it could only get so erect. But believe me, it can get even more so. Think about bacon, watch what happens. Also, thank you, its nice to see people agree with my point of veiw. It can be hard to phrase it the right way, because it can come off as a bit intolerant of others at times, its not often people defend the KKK. Don't get me wrong, I hate everything they stand for, I honestly do, I just feel that while I disagree with them, I also do not have the authority or the right to take away anothers right to their own beliefs. The second we tell racists, bigots, and assholes that they can't believe that, freedom dies, and it basically becomes "anything offensive, must be destroyed" Until we're living in some kind of fahrenheit 451 dystopian country. While I dislike anyone that thinks they're somehow better than someone else just because of the way they were born, I will defend, not them, but their right to think that, till the death.
#132 to #9 - anon id: 81590b19
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Masses of people have never been killed and discriminated against for being white in history, that we know of. Most of the time, while people have done what I previously described. People are proud to be gay, black etc... because in the past they've been told that it wasn't beautiful or whatev'. People are also proud to be 'Murican or whatev' because muh freedom. Saying to you're proud to be white on the other hand, when historically, when you were oppressing others, you vented your superiority, is just rubbing it in people's faces again. I'm too sleepy to make this coherent but whatev. F**king commies.
User avatar #133 to #132 - pokimone
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While I agree with you on many points, thats all in the past for the most part. While those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it, progress cannot be made as long as everyone is so afraid of bringing these things up. We arn't trying to forget history, but people are either ignoring it, or saying apologies need to be made. Rather than that, why not remember what happened, and respect those who were hurt, but try to move past it and become better people as a whole? Because right now, all I see is a whole bunch of different groups of people holding grudges, or apologizing, but no one actually making any real progress. My own parents kicked me out of the house and forced me to learn how to live on my own when I was 16 because I came out of the closet to them, due to their religious beliefs. However, I don't hold that against christianity itself, I don't even hold it against them. In their minds, however wrong it may have been in my perspective, they were doing the right thing. They were doing what they thought was good. And while I don't agree with what they did, they did what they could to be good people, ignoring the good things they've done because of an act of cruelty is stupid, and pretending they're evil for it is as well. All they did was what they saw as right. I don't expect, or need an apology for it. I moved past it, and tried to make my own life, which I succeded in. We need to stop being so scared to offend people, and need to stop holding the grudges, or else no one will ever move on and be able to get past the stereotypes that they're put into. As long as there is a stigma that a black man needs to be proud to be black, or a white man can't be proud to be white, or that even I have to br proud to be gay, we are seperating ourselves, instead of acting like one people as a whole. Seperate, is inherently, unequal. I'm not saying we should pretend we're all the same, I'm saying that while different, we're still all the same species.
#200 to #133 - icameheretotroll
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The point is that the groups that are discriminated need attention its not about how proud they are about the group its about how much publicity they get and how much people of more popular groups learn to tolerate them. while having a white pride club isn't bad I would still question its motives unless the whites were the minority in the school

Its not about who was hurt and who should apologize, it's about who should get tolerated in the present, not who was discriminated in the past
let's say you enter a school and you're white, straight, male you wont need any groups or social events to make you feel like you're accepted because you're in the majority or, I hate this word, you're privileged. no\ow let's say you enter a school and you are gay that school has no "gay" clubs and isn't overall positive towards gays, and you are open about your sexuality. what do you think will happen?

when the whites are the minority in the school, I agree, white pride is nescesarry but when the whites are the majority and being white is like fitting in, it isn't really needed to make a "White pride club" now I'm not saying it's not okay just that doing so won't do society any good other than make the make all the other races feel that the dominant race (sorry for using this term) are saying we're better than you while other clubs such as gay clubs are just saying that they exist, and that we should tolerate them as they are
#271 to #9 - rekumate
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I wish more of the gay community would think like you.
#38 to #9 - anon id: 9c8be791
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You just have to go with what society accepts. Maybe you do believe in a different meaning of "white pride", but that's not what society believes. Most likely you wouldn't start a white pride club because you know everyone would take it the wrong way.
#151 to #9 - thenikohero
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Beautiful
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User avatar #121 to #9 - perform
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You know, I like you.
User avatar #123 to #121 - pokimone
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I like you too.
#64 to #9 - thatcrazycommunist
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#153 to #64 - anon id: 96d9d448
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Communist trash
User avatar #158 to #64 - girlcock
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See whenever *I* mascotfag people thumb me down to hell. **** you FJ.
#297 to #158 - thatcrazycommunist
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#280 to #158 - girlcock
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^ See? Y'all are ****** in the head.
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#8 - inthebuttwhat
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User avatar #31 to #8 - MrDeadiron
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Just show pride in your cultural heritage.
User avatar #72 to #31 - hypocritical
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my cultural heritage is about a country that started two world wars and killed millions

i'll do it
User avatar #73 to #72 - MrDeadiron
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There ya go champ.
User avatar #204 to #72 - ihaveakeyboard
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you are a Serbian -Japanese hybrid?
I am just messing around. I am also proud of my german heritage
#21 to #8 - hypocritical
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become gay
User avatar #23 to #21 - zerokiller
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>Show pride for race
>Become gay

*****, being gay isn't a race
You should take your time when making love with your partner.
User avatar #71 to #23 - hypocritical
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was making a joke about all the gay pride parades and whatnot
#1 - biscuitsunited
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I want this on the front page, take my thumb
#37 - Ruspanic
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It's not politically incorrect for white people to show ethnic pride if they break it down into smaller categories of nationality. For example, if I start a Russian club at my university (I'm Russian), no one would bat an eye and people would be perfectly fine if all we did was celebrate Russian culture and Russian history and so on. As the majority ethnic group in the US, white people have considerably less of a shared identity as "white people" and are more likely identify as "Americans" or as whatever nationality their families originally were. That's true of ethnic majorities in any country, especially if the majority is overwhelming - a black Ethiopian would probably give no thought to being black, and a Han Chinese wouldn't care much about being Han, but an Indian in Ethiopia or a Mongol in China would probably have a much stronger ethnic identity than the majority group.

Though of course American black people have different ancestries as well, black culture in the US is distinct from any African culture because its roots come not from Africa but from the shared experience of slavery, which erased the vestiges of the African cultures and made black people simply "black".

I think the idea of "Gay pride" is silly, though. Gay people have no unique cultural traditions because they've never historically been a cohesive group. "Gay culture" is kind of like "stoner culture" - it's more of a glorified fandom than a real culture. But then, LGBT pride groups usually have something to do with activism and promoting policy objectives, not simply celebrating "gay pride".
User avatar #47 to #37 - playerdous
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I'm okay with this
#58 to #37 - rollfourexplain
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**rollfourexplain rolls 4,025**

That's an excellent point, Ruspanic. I've been thinking about this for some time now but I never thought of how Nationality =/= skin colour.
#94 to #37 - zgmilk
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Well said.
Well said.
#101 to #37 - anon id: ceb4dd47
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I think that is spot-on, except I would disagree with your your comment that gay people "have no unique cultural traditions because they've never historically been a cohesive group." Gays have a shared experience of marginalization and intolerance and have very much indeed developed a sort of a unique and cohesive culture out of that experience.
User avatar #119 to #101 - Ruspanic
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I would say the historical marginalization and intolerance has had the opposite effect, causing gay people to hide or repress their sexual orientation and not seek each other out. Obviously many ethnic minorities don't have that option. Unlike ethnic groups, gay people have no kinship ties, no historical ties, no common geographical origin, no linguistic ties, no common physical features, etc. Sure, there's scattered instances of gay subcultures popping up, particularly in urban nightlife, and there are now widely-recognized gay symbols and gay behavioral patterns but for the most part the nature and treatment of homosexuality (invisible, dispersed, and repressed) have precluded the development of a fully-formed culture.
User avatar #170 to #119 - georgiohill
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Yeah but gay culture is responsible for so much today (Disco, Rave culture) and they were a cohesive group in places like New York where they could flourish in gay communitites
User avatar #144 to #37 - hektoroftroy
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I don't mean to invalidate your opinion in any way. But goddamn do I hate all the 2nd generation eastern European Immigrants that live where I do
User avatar #145 to #144 - Ruspanic
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Why's that? And where do you live?
User avatar #147 to #145 - hektoroftroy
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Washington State. They all act like huge entitled asshole in public like their parents moved here so now they can do whatever they want. They drive like maniacs, are downright disrespectful to anyone that isn't their parents or family (which is every other eastern european it seems like). It's hard to explain really. It's mostly Ukrainians and Moldovians. The Russian kids are know are pretty cool. Idk why I even said anything it's completely unrelated to what your original comment was saying
User avatar #148 to #147 - Ruspanic
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No worries. I can't say I've met the type you're talking about (I'm a first-generation immigrant who grew up in the Midwest, and not in any immigrant community), but they sound unpleasant. My own negative stereotype of Eastern Slavs is that they're the rednecks of Europe, though I say that semi-jokingly.
User avatar #149 to #148 - hektoroftroy
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Hopefully you never have to meet this kind. Have a nice night man!
User avatar #157 to #37 - wiwaaaa
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I think this is possibly the most well-written and non-bitter thing I've ever seen on this website regarding this.
User avatar #168 to #37 - georgiohill
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Your one of the only people on FunnyJunk that seems to understand that there's no need for white pride, and dont seem to be self absorbed with your own whiteness, super happy to see a comment like this
User avatar #244 to #37 - madmario
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thank you for finally posting the common sense reason for this issue. I tried posting this on another "I'm white and I don't get to have a club because reverse racism" ******** post. I got lots of thumbs down though because I guess I didn't explain it as well.
#260 to #37 - kotetsulovesfj
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User avatar #45 to #37 - kiaserzerg
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im from german descent. my family came from royalty in the early 1600 and i still get **** about. mind you my family owned white slaves.
#48 to #45 - playerdous
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******* baron lords   
 Says the descendant of a French Baron lord
******* baron lords
Says the descendant of a French Baron lord
User avatar #100 to #48 - reginleif
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;/ All these royals, and here I am descended from what probably was an Orange farmer.
#178 to #100 - herpderpstrom
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Orange, as in the Dutch royal family of Orange-Nassau?
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Orange-Nassau
I believe that's why The Netherlands play soccer in orange jerseys, even if their flag is red, white and blue. Any Dutch FJers that can confirm or deny this?
#201 to #178 - averagelel
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Dutch FJer reporting in. Your thesis about the dutch football team is hereby confirmed.
Pic semi-related to content.
User avatar #181 to #178 - reginleif
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Nah I'm pretty sure it was some farmer.

Or perhaps some peasant working the land for the guy and somehow adopted his name.

I'm pretty sure at least I ain't dutch. Btw that Friesan language is cool looking but It also looks like someone was high when they made it. :/
#228 to #181 - mayoroftownsville
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Frisian is the closest living language to English, so what does that say about us?
User avatar #238 to #228 - reginleif
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You mean there OTHER dutch languages? ~
User avatar #49 to #48 - kiaserzerg
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its always funny to see a ******* face try to compute owning white people.
User avatar #52 to #49 - playerdous
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Well, out of all the responses I expected I can assure that wasn't one.
#43 to #37 - mrpavelowgrimm
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You sir a gentleman and a scholar. I have little to offer you but a humble have a thumb.
#18 - fornowjr
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#19 to #18 - fornowjr
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White Power!
White Power!
#17 - moviexplain
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Kinda dick of OP, what about the people that actually attended the white pride meetings but entered into an empty room.
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I think he was just posting the same date every time. Like If it was September and the meeting was in October so everyday he wrote the date for the meeting so that people would remember.
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Are you joking or no? It clearly said about 100 people interupted a PTA meeting, so it was clearly not an empty room.
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PTA's faces when...
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Lol some SJW on Tumblr just called me a "White privliged-cis-het-ablest-neckbeard-dudebro-potential rapist-probable pedophile-racist-sexist-cissexist-mysogonist-transphobic-gender fluidity *************************** "

I'm not entirely sure but I think that means I'm high king of tumblr now.
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They forgot MLP loving.
#98 to #63 - reginleif
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For future use O great king.