Originally posted by kmax87 to Shaximir
It means that according to Schroedinger and their cat, if you have a feminist responding to a post on RHP, then you may infer from her post that if it's inconclusive in showing her racial inclusivity there is a high probability that she would be a white American, however once that responder is observed and identified as being a white American femi ...[text shortened]... , the probability that she is still racist may not be as certain as the wave function collapses.
Kmax87 apparently shows his misunderstanding of White Feminism (a racist ideology).
Not all white women feminists are 'White Feminists'. Some white women condemn White Feminism.
"White feminism is a form of feminism that focus on the struggles of well-off white women while
failing to address the distinct forms of oppression faced by women of colour and women lacking other privileges."
Given Kmax87's record of insensitivity (at best) to racism, I suspect that Kmax87 would
(like other racists here) see nothing wrong with the racism within White Feminism.
And, contrary to Kmax87's apparent insinuations, I made no assumption about any women's racial identities.
Whitney Stark *explicitly identified herself* as a white woman and admitted that she benefits from racial privilege.
Whitney Stark's a white woman who's a feminist, but she's not a White Feminist.
Suzianne has written that she's a white woman. I regard her as a White Feminist because
of her obstinate disrespect and refusal to listen to critics (even white women) of White Feminism.
I criticize Suzianne's apparent privileging of middle-class white women over more disadvantaged women.