Firstly, if you look over my previous response you will notice I did not use the term 'human-being' once. Also, I am disappointed that you do not choose to answer ANY of my questions and I do wonder whether you actually read what you respond to.
Although I am pleased that, again, you have succeeded in giving me information that I do not know about , I would appreciate it if you were to talk to me and answer my questions as a 'human-being' and not as a product of 'white supremacy'. As you stated, it is true we should not currently call Anyone a 'human-being'. However, if we do not treat others like 'human-beings' how can we ever expect ourselves to become one and others to identify what one is?
Now there is something which I would like CLEAR and DIRECT answers to. You said this in your last response:
"any white person, who engages in sexual intercourse with a non-white person, under conditions dominated by white supremace, has done more to promote the maintenance, expansion, and/or refinement of white supremacy"
What, specifically, do you mean by the 'conditions dominated by white supremacy'?
Also, are you saying:
- I am not to have sexual intercourse with the person I love, because she is 'black' and I am 'white'? or
- that I should not fall in love with someone, because she is 'black' and I am 'white'?
I am not sure exactly what you have said here so please forgive me if I am mistaken.
I do hope you can answer my questions this time.
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