as a white woman or non-African American/person of "color if I called a black woman a BLACK BITCH there would be a real problem but not the other way around.
I am not racist, came from a racist family though, but chose to accept people for who they are rather than what they are or aren't, as in my EX-family's case....
Some people, mostly black women, it seems just don't like me for whatever reason.
I was getting a water in the store and the aisles were tight, (bodega). A black woman came in, yelled MOVE! to me and then I asked her nicely why she was screaming as she went to the deli. She told me "Cuz you is in the f#cking WAY!" I told her that I hope she has a nice day, then she said she would "see me outside..."
Why so hostile? How can black people call a white person a white bitch (and why when I never bothered them at all?) but if I was to start shi% with them there would be violence towards me?
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