Or not very tolerant?
One of my guy acquaintances who was not white told me that if my parents bother my roommates like they do now (eg. coming in at odd times), if I had white guys at roommates they would not put up with it.
Another person also told me that white people talk shit when people are not around.
Disclaimer: I am NOT against white people in any way or form. I am just wondering why do people say those things? I didn't grow up in a white-majority country so I don't really know sometimes something that most people would.
Maybe it's best for this question to remain unanswered henceforth? I didn't mean to post it to cause offence, I was just curious. I like learning about stereotypes of other cultures because I know there are quite a few in mine.
Most Helpful Guy
No, but white people have a reputation of thinking they know about other cultures and races. They also think they can say anything to people of other ethnicities and not realize they're coming off as stereotyping. Then they bitch and cry when we call them out on something about it saying that we're rude0
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Most Helpful Girl
A life lesson to live by...
When someone says. white people or black people or Asians are xxxxxxx. You can take that statement and apply it to every other race with equal accuracy.
So for instance, white people are rude... thats true to the extent that there are rude white people. Black people are rude... also true to the extent that there are rude black people.
Any type time you hear someone say "i ran into these white or black or blue people and they did xxxxxx to me so i know their race is like that... then you are dealing with someone that just hasn't been around much or they themselves are racist so dont listen to them.1