Colored privilege is when you gain acceptance to universities based on your race, not academic performance.
Since you don’t allow people to submit anything, I’ll just have to reblog it. I believe you’re referring to Affirmative Action, but mistaking it for an…
Saying white females are helped the most doesn’t change the fact that white males are probably the only group of people that doesn’t have special scholarships/programs to help them, which is both reverse sexist and reverse racist.
White men do not have special scholarships because they already constitute the majority. They constitute the majority because there was a time not too long ago (and still today) where women and other minorities were frowned upon and excluded from business. Also, if you look this up, you’ll find that White men already make several times the amount of scholarship money. Why do they need to be helped again?
tumblrbot asked: WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE INANIMATE OBJECT?
Well hi there! Aren’t you adorable with your robot face and your all caps! Since you’re so gosh-darned adorable, I’m going to have to say you’re my favorite inanimate object, little buddy, since you are presumably a combination of mechanical parts that can in no way be considered lifelike, much less human! :D
I’ve been using Wordpress for about a year now, and it’s worked fine for me so far; but recently, some of my friends have beenbeggingme to get a Tumblr. I’ve been lurking about Tumblr (wow, that word looks really weird now) and I realized it’s a great way to find things I want to know more about/see more of in the way of entertainment. Wordpress is a great tool for finding out more about people’s opinions and views (though I won’t shortchange Tumblr and say there aren’t a lot of people expressing their views here too).
Tumblr’s also great for posting short, quick opinions or pictures. Wordpress allows you to do the same thing, but it looks odd having a really short post.
Wordpress already has a lot of established bloggers that I love. I don’t know that many people on Tumblr (yet!).
Wordpress also has two of my favorite things in its name: 1. Words, and 2. pressing two things together. By contrast, I don’t much like to Tumbl in my spare time.
This brings me to another point: Tumblr discriminates against the letter E, which is underrepresented in literature. I don’t think I can support that morally.
But on the other hand, Wordpress factories have been known to employ small children to work long hours without pay or monetary compensation if they somehow lose a finger or two on the job. I’ll have to check the views of my peers to see if that’s morally acceptable or not.
So in my internal debate about whether Wordpress or Tumblr is right for me, I suppose I’ll take the easy and most politically correct route and say “Por que no las dos?”