• Harry Hindu
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    It should be noted that in this discussion presumably white people are debating what people who are not white should be called. Some non-whites think white people should take direction from them, not the other way around.Bitter Crank
    Everyone - black, white, or whatever - have been called names, offensive names, racial slurs, etc. Therefore everyone has skin in this game and has the right to talk about in an objective manner.

    It has nothing to do with peoples skin color. It has to do with one's self esteem and self-image. Those that have a weak self-image or low self esteem are the one that get offended - no matter the skin color.
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