"malala is a role model for EVERY LITTLE GIRL regardless of race and religion"
no no n
no no fuck stop it
it is not regardless of race and religion she is a role model SPECIFICALLY for muslim little girls around the world. little white girls around the world have TONS of role models. everywhere. literally all over television, books, you name it. admire Malala, yes. that’s not what is being said. do not take something that is meant for a specific culture simply because you want it.
do..you.. know anything about Malala? because I’m pretty sure she would read what you just said and be severely disappointed.
this post makes me so angry. you are actually implying that this little girl is not allowed to be inspired by Malala because this girl isn’t Muslim, and that is just… so wrong. That’s terrible.
My philosophy of non-violence was only meant for Indians! Everyone else should just ignore me.
My charity was only meant to inspire my native Albanians. Everyone else should just forget about it
My courage and perseverance should only be a light unto fellow disabled people. Other people should realize I am just “not for them.”
My discoveries? GERMANS ONLY!
My charity work was really only meant to inspire Brits, not actually help anyone who isn’t my skin color and nationality.
I only care about Tibet. The rest of the world can suck it!
i literally cannot believe someone just got schooled by jafar from aladdin
"It’s an Asian thing (and an African thing), not just an Indian one and completely endearing that men are so very close that they hold hands, in fact cuddling, snuggling and generally finding physical comfort amongst their own kind is the ABSOLUTE norm. Much like we women do in other parts of the world (curiously the women in India seem to refrain from any touch in public) they are affectionate with each other. But I would say the use of hands themselves, are definitely more the point of contact. They literally play with each others hands, hold them as they walk down the street, intertwine them when they are snuggled on the train, tweak them while they watch cricket and linked pinkies as they walk amongst temples.” (Source)
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When I was in Haiti, many men walked around holding hands