If someone proposes something that would ameliorate the lives of an historically disadvantaged group, you are allowed to debate the feasibility of the proposal, its likelihood of actually helping the group, whether or not it’s the most efficient way to do so, etc.

But if your first thought is, “BUT WHAT ABOUT THE GROUP THAT HAS LONG HAD THOSE ADVANTAGES?” Shut up.

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Justin Gerald

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