Hey, i wanna ask. Is it okay non-black and people who literally dont live in America continent to say the n word WHEN someone ask what the n word stands for and why is it forbidden? As in, is it okay to use it in educational way and NOT to address someone or sing a song with that word or just saying for the fun of it?
@mmmokaythen thank you! Because people that attacking us assumed that we want to get a free pass for using it. Like, hell no. We dont use it on daily basis because, again, we dont even speak english and the n word never really pop up in our head unless someone mentions it first or we read something mentions that word AND we arent African-American black race. Like, whats in it for us if we use it anyway? I dont find comfort in using it even in our head. They literally accused us for being careless about black's culture and disrespect it. Like hmm, hello, did you see the situation and context here? Do you know where we live and who are we talking too? But again, thank you for making everything clear!
I think it’s just that some people are sensitive about different things and also, cancel culture is pretty big in our generation so people are always looking for an excuse to judge or warrant disrespect towards someone just because that’s what’s “in”. I don’t think that changing the spelling makes a difference personally and I don’t think someone is wrong for using the word to educate others who genuinely don’t know the word. If this person doesn’t exhibit signs of bigotry or racism and there is no ill or malicious intent then it is unfair to deem them racist for using the word in that context especially if they have no familiarity with the word. In my personal opinion, behavior is what would make even someone saying it for educational purposes still not okay because usually they are not trying to inform just trying to insult.