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All of which do an excellent job of raising awareness among white people who hope to change their status from “not racist” to “super not racist.” Another thing worth noting is that the threshold for being offended is a very important tool for judging and ranking white people.
Missing an opportunity to be outraged is like missing a reference to Derrida-it’s social death.
In many circumstances, they can allow smaller offenses to slip by as fighting them is a waste of time and energy.
But white people, blessed with both time and energy, are not these kind of people.
To be offended is usually a rather unpleasant experience, one that can expose a person to intolerance, cultural misunderstandings, and even evoke the scars of the past.
Naturally, white people do not get offended by statements directed at white people.
If you ever need to make a white person feel indebted to you, wait for them to mention a book, film, or television show that features a character who is the same race as you, then say “the representation of was offensive and if you can’t see that, well, you need to do some soul searching.” After they return from their hastily booked trip to land of your ancestors, they will be desperate to make it up to you.
At this point, it is acceptable to ask them to help you paint your house.
In fact, they don’t even have a problem making offensive statements about other white people (ask a white person about “flyover states”).
As a rule, white people strongly prefer to get offended on behalf of other people.