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White men *shouldn't* lead these conversations because we don't know what we don't know.
— ROU Do Not Congratulate (@braak) May 1, 2018 Man, I was really hoping you weren't "that" guy.
“Imagine a person saying something and then a group of people crowding them telling them why they are wrong or out of line.
That terrifies me to think of, so why would people think online is any different?
From my perspective it is a myopic op-ed at best, and an op-ed making egregious, damning, sweeping generalizations of all men at worst.
It is very clear why you feel the way you do, but that doesn’t obligate me to agree with you.
Twitter isn’t happy with Zachary Levi and his “white privilege.” The criticism all started after the actor was accused of believing in the sexist practice of the friend zone.
A fan of the “Shazam” actor took to Twitter to post about his thoughts on Levi’s recent livestream, “I’ve been thinking a lot about something Zach said in one of his Instagram lives lately,” user Stories With Web wrote.
If you were really interested in truth, the first thing you'd do is acknowledge that you need to listen to someone else to get the whole of it.— Shades of Limelight (@Certainshades L) April 30, 2018 But the “Chuck” actor’s next tweet caused some heated reaction.“And, with all due respect to you, saying that men can’t lead meaningful conversations about sexism, and that white people can’t lead meaningful conversations about racism, is both sexist and racist,” he wrote.You are utterly wrong-headed about sexism and racism, though, so it looks like you still have some learning to do.The only way to navigate this with privilege is to check it at the door.