- Aug 23, 2019
Miss NNQueen you need to know this.If this is an issue of free speech and us taking a look in the 21st century at the possibility of loosening the bonds on the use of certain words here like "ni**er", if you can argue in favor of unchaining one word that is still considered "hateful" by some, what principle do we stand on for not applying the same rule to all the other words that we ban from being used here? Words that fall under the category of "hate speech" was the reason behind the banned list. It was this way of thinking that elevated this website from all the other similar websites. Hate has not gone away and as much as I'd like to believe that many of us have risen higher in our thinking and emotional state when it comes to hearing or seeing the words today, how true is that? For me, it's a moment by moment experience. If a family member or close friend called me the N word, I might react differently than if a cop or judge called me that. That word means different things when spoken by different people. If a police officer or a racist heffa in Walmart called me that, I already know we about to have a problem. Just say'n...
2. Never ever react to an antagonist using foul language or ethnic slurs to goad you into committing an act of criminal violence. Such reactions may have a social defense in the street and/or in the media however such actions have no legal defense in a court of law if one lives to having been arrested and not shot dead like Trayvon Martin reacting to George Zimmerman's racial profiling antics and goading him into a reaction.