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PinkNC PinkNC 8 years
Who honestly cares what Jessica Simpson has to say. Usually people ignore her.
Nadia24gv Nadia24gv 8 years
That guy's ass! LOL!!!
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 8 years
Political correctness is tyranny in disguise- Charlton Heston. I will continue to rally around this world not turning into a giant PC Censor party.
HoneyBrown1976 HoneyBrown1976 8 years
Ignoring racism will lead to its demise? Yeah, okay, logic fail.
PrincessLtrain PrincessLtrain 8 years
Just wanted to chime in as a Native American that I am not offended and still think the whole thing is stupid.
sidra5397 sidra5397 8 years
I'm going to agree with poster 28 here. Also, that comment that Canadians are just Canadians is untrue. Many people from different ethinic backgrounds hyphenate their cultural identity here too. Most people I know don't have a problem with that because when it all comes down to it, we're all Canadian. We're not expected to just drop our ethnic backgrounds on becoming Canadian though. It's not that big of a deal here.
roxyb roxyb 8 years
Whoa! All of this hate over "indian giver"? It seems as though if you really break this down it isn't worth all of the nonesense. Was Jessica Simpson intentionally trying to step on the Native American culture? I think we can all agree that she was not. I am of Native American I think the phrase Indian Giver is going to have any affect on my life? No, it's not going to hurt my career prospects, segregate my kids from others or end me socially. And one last thing...and please know that I am not saying this to bring the hatred or belittle anyone. If this is a subject you are passionate about (and it seems there are quite a few here on both sides of the argument) - do you really think that you're going to get a point across by being hateful? If someone calls you ignorant, a fool, uneducated and then proceeds to imply or say outright that they are more educated and socially aware than likely are you to open your mind to anything they have to say? I consider myself to be an educated person and quite a few members of my family might be a little over-educated :) - does this make me any better than any of you or mean that I am ALWAYS PC? No. It takes a lot more restraint and intelligence to state your case with compassion and kindness than to respond on pure emotion with hatred.
Kalliefornia Kalliefornia 8 years
There was nothing wrong with Simpson's comment. The term "indian giver" i a reference to how the US government kept giving things to the native americans and then going back on their word, and taking things back. Hence indian givers. It's a slight at the US governments past, not native americans.
Symphonee Symphonee 8 years
It is a term stemmed in a hateful racist connotation. She meant no harm but it should not be used. There is a difference between being ignorant and a fool. Children are ignorant of the meaning behind that term. As an adult we know and to continue to use it just like "paddy Wagon","wife beater", "porch monkey" and a whole host of other terms is just foolish and stupid. Learn from mistakes because you never know who is going to hear you say these phrases and get offended. Yes we tend to be too pc here but there is some sense behind thinking before you speak and being considerate of others
KMattes KMattes 8 years
I just want to know why this post showed up in my FitSugar RS feed. If I cared about this crap, I would be subscribed to PopSugar.
Vanonymous Vanonymous 8 years
Sloane220, i couldn't agree with you more. As far as the people who think there is nothing wrong using racially charged phrases - if it doesn't bother you that you are offending people, it should, at the very least, bother you that you sound uneducated.
sloane220 sloane220 8 years
@emososays17-what? where the hell did you get the idea that i used the phrases "drink like the irish do" or "paddy wagon"? did you just make that up? whatever, in my personal life, i'm SMART enough to use a modicum of social awareness when i'm speaking and i don't use insensitive phrases mocking the marginalized in this country and i call other people on using language like that too. i've had people try to use that's so gay, that's so lame, etc. with me and i tell them about themselves and how expressions like that just don't come out of a vaccuum. stop making ASSumptions.
Asche Asche 8 years
@splork: In Canadian you have division to an extent (French Canadian, anyone?). And you're 100% wrong about the "Same goes for any other Eurpean (sic) city that takes in immigrants" comment. Immigrants here get a raw deal. It takes generations for a family to be fully integrated into their adopted country, and that usually happens one they marry and breed with those from that country. Also, because we (most western European countries) are less blended, those of other ethnicities who do not in fact "blend with locals" are never fully accepted as natives of that country. It's sad, but the way it is. Furthermore, we tend to be more relaxed in many ways, but we also tend to have more blatant racism than in America. Look at the anti-muslim cartoon in Denmark, the covering ban in France, and the fact that it is perfectly acceptable to say to the German equivalent of the "n word" in German and refer to Balkan refugees as "Yugos."
Smacks83 Smacks83 8 years
I mean to say : That alone dosen't make them ok to use *now* when people should know better
sloane220 sloane220 8 years
@cherryblossom- exactly. you used it when you were FIVE. now that you're older and are aware of the racist and negative connotations behind the phrase, there is no reason on god's green earth you should use it to regards to the graceless BEHAVIOR of asking for a gift back. this phrase was created to make it seem as though native american's were less civilized then europeans. if it's a type of behavior someone is referencing, they should describe the behavior, not use some antiquated racially charged stereotype to describe the behavior. it doesn't make any sense. and beyond that, it's IMMATURE and ignorant.
Smacks83 Smacks83 8 years
I agree with Asche, there are a lot of old words/phrases out here people have been using for years. That alone dosen't make them ok to use know when people should know better.
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