Why do blacks use the word gay

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Why do black people constantly use the word N-I-G-G-E-R when they clame it's a ' racist' slur?

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Why do Blacks use the N-word? - The Race Card Project

Yes, here we go again with a topic that often sets many of my white, would-be allies ablaze. As an added bonus, black Shae also gets to say white slurs, too? Nor is it about giving black folks preferential treatment or amends for the historical use of the N-word. The N-word is derived from terms like negro, nigre, and niger in Spanish and French. The word was used to describe people of African descent because of their dark skin, and over time, it became a derogatory term to for black people.
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We often are asked about our use of queer; here is a bit about why we heart it:. As a youth-driven and youth empowerment organization, Outright Vermont stands by our many youth constituents who intentionally self-identify as queer. Our youth engage this word as a means of pride and of inclusion of multiple complex identities including sexual orientation, gender identity, physical body identity and more. For well over the last twenty years, Outright Vermont has embraced these new uses and associations for the word queer and has diligently worked to educate and create a discourse within the LGBTIQQ community and beyond around the use of the word.
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You've may have heard yourself use the word "gay" inappropriately to describe someone or something. Whether you intended to or not, this is offensive and hurtful. Through practice and an increased awareness, you can break this habit. Categories: LGBT. Learn why people trust wikiHow.

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