When watching a ‘Gingerism’ debate I heard males get bullied more than females. In the physical violence sense I don’t dispute that.
As a female I get accosted by the ‘sharp & original wit’ [‘the intrusive/abusive asshole’] who either asks or informs me about what I keep in my knickers.
As we heard at the end of the Prince Harry [raghead] video he was asked about his bollox by another male. Is the question a prelude to an ‘attempted pull’? Is it supposed to be a ‘turn on’, or a compliment? Is it an attempt by the inquisitor to prove his intelligence or to appear to be a comedian? Was it an attempt to humiliate or belittle a member of the Royal Family or another soldier acting in a superior position/rank? Is there any position or rank that generally demands respect within this society that would free a ‘ginger’ person of either sex from this ‘obligatory’ question?
Society calls me ‘ginger’ so when I am walking along and hear a shout of “Oi! You F’n ginger c*nt’ they are in effect talking to me or about me. Most of the ‘ginger’ language is of this nature either prefixed, or suffixed, by one profanity or another. ‘Ginger’ seems like nothing more than a convenient peg on which the majority hang an insult.
Blacks are free to use my colour to attack me but I cannot legally respond in kind. e.g I think Stephen K Amos is a b*stard and I know he’s Black but to put my thoughts and knowledge together in words is illegal yet he can call me a ‘ginger bitch’ or a ‘ginger b*stard” several days of the week and the majority would think him brilliantly funny and he would probably receive the ‘Nobel Comedian of the Year’ award for doing so. Why is that? Does it speak of equality? Anyone, everyone can have a knock at my colour, or me because of my colour so who am I equal to in this society? Why is my colour so disrespected?