So, a kid in my class today started talking about how he was “African”. When people questioned him he said “Never seen a White African before?”
No. You are not African. White relatives living/from Africa does not mean you are African. Having African relatives, like aunts or uncles from a stepfather/mother does not make you African.
Being African means you are truly from Africa, it is your motherland.
CW: SEXUAL HARASSMENT, STALKING
The man from in Chicago started posting harassing videos again.
Please everyone, contact the FBI branch in Chicago and report this. The number is (312) 421-6700 and the email is Chicago@ic.fbi.gov. The general information for the Chicago Police Dept is 312-746-6000 and their email is CLEARPATH@chicagopolice.org. If you have contact them already, please do a follow-up. If you have a xhamster account, please say something when you see his video in any section. The only people I witnessed saying something on xhamster are myself and other women but no men. If you are a man with a xhamster account, say something because he’s doing this to impress y’all.
At the time of this submission, his last upload was 7 days ago and last log-in was 3 hours ago. According to this wall, he told a creep he took upskirt videos of minors but claims he won’t post them. He also told the same creep to take videos of the minors at his high school so they can trade videos. He changed his location to Mississippi but I think he’s lying. I do not know his exact location and just in case he isn’t lying, please contact the FBI branch in Jackson. Their contact information is (601) 948-5000 and their email is email@example.com.
I don’t know why there’s no arrest yet. It’s possible his videos are staged but I doubt it. He encourages other men to copy him and talks openly about pedophilia. Fake or not, hopefully something gets done if we bother the police enough. I’m also emailing local news stations just in case the police refuse to stop him. Someone has to stop creeps like him!
Thoughts on being ‘exotic’ : an introduction for those not
Questions I have to answer weekly (if not daily):
What are you?
Where are you from?
Where are your parents from?
What is your mix?
Which parent is which?
People’s reactions when they find out “what I am” (usually a product of what they want to hear: my family’s backstory; my ancestry; a fucking family tree, idk):
Wow, what a beautiful mix!
I would have never imagined such a mix!
How interesting of a mix!
Well, no wonder you’re so beautiful.
I only asked because you’re so beautiful.
Oh, wow, I was just so curious!
Oh… I see it now (like my existence makes sense now—thx)!
'Compliments' I yet haven't found a response to other than 'haha':
Your children are going to be beautiful/perfect.
Can I have your children?
You’re just perfect, why can’t I be you?
Reactions to my hair:
You can just do so much with your hair—like no matter how hard I try, I can never get it to look like yours.
God. If I were you, I would never straighten my hair!
Can I touch your hair?
It’s so boingy! Ha!
Is that a weave (and no, not asked by people of color)?
Why it actually sucks to feel ‘exotic’:
(Before reading this, of course I have friends and family whom I feel comfortable around—I’m not saying that I don’t, but hear me out)
I don’t feel ‘normal’
I feel extremely black around my white family/friends and extremely white around my black family/friends
I don’t have the privilege of ever blending in
I always stand out
I have gotten used to being stared at
I don’t usually see anyone who looks anything like me, ever
(I don’t have a group of ‘mixed’ people to go hang around)
I don’t feel accepted by the ‘black’ community and I don’t feel accepted by the ‘white’ community
It feels like being that rare fruit in the farmer’s market that no one recognizes, but thinks is so ‘cool.’
people approach it, analyze it, take pictures of it, maybe try it, but don’t ever consider it a part of their weekly grocery trip.
It feels pretty alone. And no, I’m not exaggerating.