that ho that said im a innernet nigga look at this cuz u bout to find out i aint one of them tumbler niggas i get down forreal im active in the streets u ho bitch pop hold it down im legally blind
im so not in the mood to get yelled at for feelings i can’t control but im about to get a stern talking to from a friend and i’ll try to take it half way seriously even tho i know the moral is probably going to be “the internet isn’t real stop being upset by it, you keep doing this and if you refuse to change at least stop complaining about it”.
dont act like you above laughing at shit on worldstar
one of the most interesting things i learned from not being on there is how often i think something and write it on here.
It creates a sort of cycle of validation of your smallest thoughts.
Because even if it only got idk…3 notes… or whatever… you still know someone saw, and validated that moment of your existence.
you don’t need someone else to validate your thoughts or your existence.
(This is kind of confusing, I wish I could explain it better. But I had so many thoughts that i was like “oh i should write this on tumblr”, that ended up really not being so important.
and letting go of those thoughts like….helped me somehow…)
This wording is like a person is setting themselves up for a defensive argument where they defend their privilege down the road.
you sensed right cuz the quote comes from some students asking a professor
but i do think it’s good to ask yrself like…how to become actively anti racist.
If we want to be more than just not racist, if we want to be actually anti-racist, then how should we act? How do we deal with the burden of a privilege we did not earn?