And how it doesn't exist. Because you are white, you do not understand racism. However, everything you say is racist. You will never understand us. You are completely missing the point. You will never know what it is like to be discriminated against. You are born white, you are privileged. You just don't get it. I see comments like these everywhere and honestly...it's starting to annoy me and I'm not even white! For those who watch Arrow/WWE, Stephen Amell got in trouble for tweeting his thoughts on the Ahmed case (the 14 year old who made a clock but was arrested because a teacher thought it was a bomb) where he talked about how people shouldn't stereotype Texas either or something along those lines. Basically two wrongs don't make a right. He is now a white, privileged racist. Well, according to twitter anyways. The back lash was so bad, he's decided to take a break from social media. People even went so far as to call out his fathering and if anyone follows him on FB or Twitter, then you should know hhow good and proud he is to be a father. And I'm kind of sick of this shit, tbh. People feel so entitled to their own opinions and with the thought that because you are white, you need to sit down and shut the fuck up...which to me is discriminating. As a Puerto Rican, I grew up listening to rock, alternative, pop, Jpop...you get the point. The only Spanish music I knew about was Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez so I got a lot of teasing from Black people as well as Spanish people because I was "weird." Hell, my family makes fun of me if I listen to a Drake song to were I feel uncomfortable listening to anything around them because they don't like my music taste. I was called "White Girl" all through middle and high school to were I just owned it and became proud of it because I liked what I liked and shouldn't feel ashamed of not fitting in with the mold. So to get to the point, racism is not just a white person only thing. And I feel that rather then talking like civilized people, everyone just wants to be so offended and say YOU'RE A FUCKING IDIOT WHO DOESN'T GET IT! ...But how can anyone get it, if no one wants to actually talk about it? Back when Christianity started, Romans persecuted whites because they wanted a different religion...yet I never hear a white person screaming about how they were oppressed and murdered for centuries because they were different. I always hear about slavery...and truthfully, I'm annoyed with it. Not because it happened and is a major event in American history but because I feel this gives people an excuse to be hateful towards one particular group of people but it's like, your great/grand parents went through it, not you. They have every right to preach about that, not you. When it comes to saying the "N Word," why is it okay for spanish/blacks to say it but the minute a white person says it, whether it's a song they're singing or a friend they are talking too who they've known for years, they are white racist fucks who know nothing about anything. To me, it just seems very...hypocritical. How do we become a united nation? One that respects each other as a fellow American.