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I really enjoy using the word 'cunt' because I cannot fathom as to why people are so offended by a word that we created. I also really enjoy apple pie.
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Asking me thought provoking questions gets me off.
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madamethursday:

[Image: A small very light skinned child, seated, holding an iphone, having their bare back drawn on with colored markers by a hand holding an orange marker. The image being drawn is of a stereotyped native woman wearing an elaborate warbonnet.]
moniquill:

taterhater:

teddy-monster:

catbountry:

moniquill:

This is how racism starts.
This is how stereotypes are formed in the minds of children.
This is the start of the path that ends with hipsters in war bonnets frolicking in fields half-naked, carrying bottles of booze and getting self-righteously angry (And refusing to learn. And continuing to be angry) when they’re confronted. 
When you only speak about Native American people in the past tense, in certain contexts. When you only mention them as pertains to White history. When you depict them in stereotypical ways. This is how it starts.
Depictions like this are hurtful.  Teaching your child that this is what they should think of when they hear ‘Native American’ HURTS REAL NATIVE AMERICAN PEOPLE. It creates, in the mind of your child, a stereotype, a caricature, of what Native people do/should look like that erases us in reality and removes us from their perception of the modern world. It turns ‘Native American’ into someone wearing beads and headbands and feathers and face paint. It turns an ethnic, racial identity into a costume.
Here’s a quick checklist for whether it’s ok to wear a war bonnet:
Was it placed onto your head by an elder/legitimate authority figure from a select number of plains nations because you personally achieved something so great that it is worthy of that kind of honor? (corrolary: If yes to the above, are you currently wearing it in an appropriate ceremonial fashion/setting? Like are you at a powwow or speaking with the president?)
If you answered ‘no’ then IT IS NOT OK.
Any more than it would be ok to buy a decorated veteran’s purple heart that he had to pawn and put -that- on for a sexy/edgy/hip photo shoot. It’s that kind of disrespect, on top of the slap in the face that is cultural appropriation in general.
This is a fucking terrible thing to be doing to your child.
There are so many cute, beautiful, non-hurtful ways you could have inducted this child into Modern American Tattoo culture. Maybe try a fucking mermaid or something next time.

She’s not wearing a war bonnet though. It’s a drawing.
Also, something that bothers me about Tumblr’s dogpiling on any light-skinned person in proximity to a war bonnet is that it never seems to occur to them that they could themselves be Native. There are white-passing people who are half or quarter Native, too.
Just sayin’.

I think that is pretty cute to be honest.  Not to mention impressive that its all done with markers.  /kanye shrug

Moreover that he asked her “what do you want me to draw?” and she innocently said “Indians :D”
calm ur butts

A child innocently asked ‘Draw Indians’ and the artist chose to draw a busted-ass stereotype, thus teaching the child that that’s what ‘Indians’ means.
That’s several flavors of fucked up.
Even if the people in the photo are NDN, they’re still perpetuating hurtful stereotypes.

Bolded the true parts. 
Also, when someone who is actually native - as moniquill is - tells you that something is a stereotype and it hurts, telling them to “calm ur butts” is silencing, dismissive, and perpetuating of racism. Because it just says “anyone who objects to getting treated like shit is not someone to take seriously even though they’re the authority on what ACTUALLY hurts them and what doesn’t.”
People, when folks like moniquill speak and say things and you’re white? YOU SIT DOWN, SHUT UP, AND LISTEN. You don’t tell them to “calm ur butts”. Go step on some legos, taterhater. 

I think its great that moniquill is so passionate about her heritage that she feels the need to go on a personal mission to correct everyone that is politically incorrect, but you guys are forgetting that people wear these war bonnets because they are PROVIDED to them. They [at least most] don’t do it just to be racist dickheads. They see a product that a manufacturer has created and they buy it to play ‘dress up’, because they think they’re beautiful, or who knows, they may actually have Native American roots that they cherish and wish to represent that love with wearing a war bonnet [yes, even though it may not be the right thing to do]. Some view them as artistic pieces and use them as props and as much as you hate and despise these ‘white folks’ that you feel the need to correct about your heritage, it’s their right to wear them. There are no laws stating that they cannot wear them or even buy and destroy them just because they can. 
Coming to tumblr will only get you so far in trying to get these stereotypes recognized and stopped. All its gotten you is a lot of back and forth banter and if you’re really passionate about this, I’m sure there are organizations you can join try and achieve your goal of political correctness.
My intention of posting this picture to tumblr was never to hurt anyone in any manner [and no, this is not me or my child in the photo], I simply thought that this was an amazing art piece because although you don’t like the subject, it takes talent to create something like this with such detail with a child’s drawing utensil and I’m sure [again, I could be wrong] the artist never had any intention of creating something racist, either.
And let me be the first to say that telling someone to sit down, shut up, and listen because they are white sounds pretty racist to me. You cant force people to listen and the worst way to try and explain your counterargument is to tell them to ‘shut up and listen’.

madamethursday:

[Image: A small very light skinned child, seated, holding an iphone, having their bare back drawn on with colored markers by a hand holding an orange marker. The image being drawn is of a stereotyped native woman wearing an elaborate warbonnet.]

moniquill:

taterhater:

teddy-monster:

catbountry:

moniquill:

This is how racism starts.

This is how stereotypes are formed in the minds of children.

This is the start of the path that ends with hipsters in war bonnets frolicking in fields half-naked, carrying bottles of booze and getting self-righteously angry (And refusing to learn. And continuing to be angry) when they’re confronted.

When you only speak about Native American people in the past tense, in certain contexts. When you only mention them as pertains to White history. When you depict them in stereotypical ways. This is how it starts.

Depictions like this are hurtful.  Teaching your child that this is what they should think of when they hear ‘Native American’ HURTS REAL NATIVE AMERICAN PEOPLE. It creates, in the mind of your child, a stereotype, a caricature, of what Native people do/should look like that erases us in reality and removes us from their perception of the modern world. It turns ‘Native American’ into someone wearing beads and headbands and feathers and face paint. It turns an ethnic, racial identity into a costume.

Here’s a quick checklist for whether it’s ok to wear a war bonnet:

Was it placed onto your head by an elder/legitimate authority figure from a select number of plains nations because you personally achieved something so great that it is worthy of that kind of honor? (corrolary: If yes to the above, are you currently wearing it in an appropriate ceremonial fashion/setting? Like are you at a powwow or speaking with the president?)

If you answered ‘no’ then IT IS NOT OK.

Any more than it would be ok to buy a decorated veteran’s purple heart that he had to pawn and put -that- on for a sexy/edgy/hip photo shoot. It’s that kind of disrespect, on top of the slap in the face that is cultural appropriation in general.

This is a fucking terrible thing to be doing to your child.

There are so many cute, beautiful, non-hurtful ways you could have inducted this child into Modern American Tattoo culture. Maybe try a fucking mermaid or something next time.

She’s not wearing a war bonnet though. It’s a drawing.

Also, something that bothers me about Tumblr’s dogpiling on any light-skinned person in proximity to a war bonnet is that it never seems to occur to them that they could themselves be Native. There are white-passing people who are half or quarter Native, too.

Just sayin’.

I think that is pretty cute to be honest.  Not to mention impressive that its all done with markers.  /kanye shrug

Moreover that he asked her “what do you want me to draw?” and she innocently said “Indians :D”

calm ur butts

A child innocently asked ‘Draw Indians’ and the artist chose to draw a busted-ass stereotype, thus teaching the child that that’s what ‘Indians’ means.

That’s several flavors of fucked up.

Even if the people in the photo are NDN, they’re still perpetuating hurtful stereotypes.

Bolded the true parts. 

Also, when someone who is actually native - as moniquill is - tells you that something is a stereotype and it hurts, telling them to “calm ur butts” is silencing, dismissive, and perpetuating of racism. Because it just says “anyone who objects to getting treated like shit is not someone to take seriously even though they’re the authority on what ACTUALLY hurts them and what doesn’t.”

People, when folks like moniquill speak and say things and you’re white? YOU SIT DOWN, SHUT UP, AND LISTEN. You don’t tell them to “calm ur butts”. Go step on some legos, taterhater. 

I think its great that moniquill is so passionate about her heritage that she feels the need to go on a personal mission to correct everyone that is politically incorrect, but you guys are forgetting that people wear these war bonnets because they are PROVIDED to them. They [at least most] don’t do it just to be racist dickheads. They see a product that a manufacturer has created and they buy it to play ‘dress up’, because they think they’re beautiful, or who knows, they may actually have Native American roots that they cherish and wish to represent that love with wearing a war bonnet [yes, even though it may not be the right thing to do]. Some view them as artistic pieces and use them as props and as much as you hate and despise these ‘white folks’ that you feel the need to correct about your heritage, it’s their right to wear them. There are no laws stating that they cannot wear them or even buy and destroy them just because they can. 

Coming to tumblr will only get you so far in trying to get these stereotypes recognized and stopped. All its gotten you is a lot of back and forth banter and if you’re really passionate about this, I’m sure there are organizations you can join try and achieve your goal of political correctness.

My intention of posting this picture to tumblr was never to hurt anyone in any manner [and no, this is not me or my child in the photo], I simply thought that this was an amazing art piece because although you don’t like the subject, it takes talent to create something like this with such detail with a child’s drawing utensil and I’m sure [again, I could be wrong] the artist never had any intention of creating something racist, either.

And let me be the first to say that telling someone to sit down, shut up, and listen because they are white sounds pretty racist to me. You cant force people to listen and the worst way to try and explain your counterargument is to tell them to ‘shut up and listen’.

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