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Anonymous said: There's a difference between oppressive groups and oppressed groups. Leaving aside all "justified" stuff, there's the question of consequences. For example, when a white person hates a black man, they can get him killed just by calling police and telling them he has a gun and points it at children (too many true stories). When a man hates a woman, he can rape her and everyone will say she probably asked for it. Saying you hate [an oppressed group] is an active threat. Unlike the reverse.
A valid point, very true. But then, what about one oppressed group saying they hate another oppressed group? Is it okay for a hispanic person to say “I hate black people” but not okay for a white person to say “I hate black people”?
The idea of an active threat also suggests physical ramifications. The scenarios you describe are actions, not just thoughts. Is it the action or the thought that is racist/sexist? Both? Neither?
And this is all slightly different than the original situation (from a few posts ago): distrust. Is it okay for a white person to distrust black people? Is it okay for a latino person to distrust black people? Is it okay for homosexuals to distrust straight people? Is it okay for bisexuals to distrust homosexuals? Running all of the possible combinations through your morality-meter and deciding that some are okay and others are not is still confusing me because I’m having trouble finding the consistency. If you can’t find some lowest common denominator, or some underlying consistent ethos, it just sounds like bullshit to me.