"Surely not" may be Animal Crossing Bells a bit too powerful in regards to Twitter. We know it's rife with trolls and bots pretending to be others to stir up controversies. I'm not saying they're all trolls but I think that it's entirely possible that there are a number of bad actors mixed in. We all know there's a subset of 4chan / Reddit / Gamergate type individuals who would be all over that
I have to disagree. I had to defend desegregation against two black girls on Facebook. I dont ever argue on facebook but I believed that cause was worthwhile. Both were members of the New Black Panther party and so were encouraging their two events in my state. Simply saying, you will find groups of cultural people who are 100% in support of segregation into some point they'd publicly post it in their real Facebook. Shit was mad, but didn't feel real.
I'd hope its a small group of vocal idiots such as the KKK is to white people, but they had VERY massive crowds attend both of the events. Just want to know if its actually Common
You're completely correct, but I really do believe the majority of black people don't want segregation. You are always going to have those extremists in the general group who believe that dividing everybody is your key (like you cited white folks together with the KKK) but I have met very few who actually believe this. This whole post was in reference to a video game, it is absurd to say someone"can't or shouldn't" use a certain hairstyle in gaming. Gaming is this a neutral location, where race shouldn't even be a subject of discussion. As a gamer I've used a vast array of characters that were of different race black, white, Hispanic, Asian so Buy Nook Miles Ticket forth etc and that is what makes gaming fun and a place where everyone comes together.