I was reading the pasta "I Used to be Fearless," which by the way, was good. A few setences in the second paragraph:
"As for threats outside the home, well, who could be afraid in a nice, white, upper class community? I’ve lived in a bland bubble all my life, never knowing what fear is."
Someone complained about how incredibly racist and offensive it was and that the writer should consider removing it... I was like, "For real? That's nothing!" [Super anti-racist folk such as these usually upset me] However, I realised that living in the U. K. and Louisiana may have distorted my views on what is racist and offensive.
Seriously, do you guys think it's that bad?