View Poll Results: Is the "n word a racist term regardless of the context?

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Thread: Is the "n word" a racist term regardless of the context?

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    Re: Is the "n word" a racist term regardless of the context?

    Its like how very conservative people (not politically, so I'm not talking about people here on DP) in general are with "sex" in society. Everything's gotta be protected, no mention of sex, keep your mouth shut, keep your pants zipped. That kind of nonsense.

    The more we talk about how bad it is, the more we think about it, and thus the more we support its frequency of use.


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    Re: Is the "n word" a racist term regardless of the context?

    I think this whole business has become a culture unto itself.
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    Re: Is the "n word" a racist term regardless of the context?

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    Re: Is the "n word" a racist term regardless of the context?

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