Should any discussion ensue, note that I am posting this as a straight white male.


  • MarkBlemish

    MarkBlemish 10 years, 2 months ago

    I'm a straight white male and do get tired of things such as political correctness but I get a hell of a lot more tired of straight white males whining how bad they got it. I mean straight white males whine more than college students who don't get an A. So yep, good article. I think life is hard for everyone but look at history, look at today's news and I got a break. Thank you Jesus (straight, white, Christian male ;-)


  • bmoy1920 10 years, 2 months ago

    We all have our challenges. We choose our own path. A straight white male can choose to sit at the house and do nothing. So can a gay, purple female. They can also each decide to start a business. If that business is good and they work hard, it will be successful, although, yes, the white male will have an easier time. HOWEVER! if either decides they want a job with an employer, particularly the government, the white male is screwed. Each race, creed, color, and sexual orientation has their own challenges. None is greater or inferior to the other.


    • High_Binder 10 years, 2 months ago

      I disagree with the above. The press/gov want you to think it's easier to be white than it really is. In reality it's far easier the other way around. Gov subsidies are far easier to get if your a "minority", try getting a small business loan as a white male vs. anything else and you'll see it's far harder for the white male. Try getting in to a college as a white male vs. anything else and...

      The bottom line here is that the gov/other groups want you to be focused on the divisions among ourselves so we don't become divided against them. They do this by keeping a fake race/gender war going and stocking the flames with programs like food-stamps and reservations. Even Holder (who should have been in prison years ago) sent instigators to rile up the base in FL. Don't be fooled they are in the business of keeping us hating each-other because that keeps us reliant on them instead of seeing them as the real problem.