Nowadays you can get called "racist" for just pointing out somebodies race. I first noticed this when I was sitting with my 6 year old cousin. We were doing a colouring in, and I started to colour in one of the children in the picture, brown. My little cousin called me racist and I had to explain to him WHY it wasn't racist.
I know this is just a little kid, but I figured he must of learnt that from somewhere, and people just throw the word "Racist" around so casually now.
Racism is defined as prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one's own race is superior. What this means is any hate speech or discrimation against someone because of the colour of their skin.
Pointing out somebodies race is not racist, I mean you can't even say somebody is "black" or "Asian" without people looking at you like you said you hate them.
I understand that racism still exists in our day and age, but society is becoming so PC you can't even point out a difference without people saying you are "discriminating".
There is nothing wrong with pointing out a difference, as long as you're not pointing out a difference for negative reasons.
This is not racism.
We need to stop being so PC.