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This shirt is a bold statement that you’ll be happy to wear. The saying, “don’t be racist, sexist, homophobic,” is printed in white text on the dark-blue t-shirt. Wear this shirt with pride and show everyone what your values are!
The shirt is available in sizes S-XXL.
This blog post has been updated on July 16, 2017 to include new content.
Don’t Be Racist, Sexist, Homophobic: Why be racist sexist homophobic shirt The saying “don’t be racist sexist homophobic” is printed in white text on the dark blue t-shirt. Wear this shirt with pride and show everyone what your values are! This t-shirt comes in a variety of colors and sizes from small to extra large for men or women. It’s perfect for summer wear at school or work -or just chilling around town! What do you believe? Don’t let anyone tell you differently about who you are because that person doesn’t know anything
I can’t stand racism. I’ve always been a straight shooter and will call you out on it as soon as I see or hear about it. It’s so sad that we have to live in such an up-tight place these days, but there are ways to make sure you’re not being racist without even realizing it! Read these tips before doing anything else:
Do your homework – The first step is understanding what different types of discrimination are.
If words like misogyny or cissexism sound foreign, then do some research (and they might be). A good starting point would be reading this article by Everyday Feminism: *Why You Should Stop Using the Word “Sexist” because There Are Wider Forms of Sexism Than Sexism Against Women *Be aware of your words – If you are a member of an oppressed group, it may be easier for you to recognize the subtle ways in which someone might be oppressing another person. You know better than anybody how personal that word is and what negative connotations come with using it. So if somebody doesn’t have your perspective, make sure they’re not using any language that could hurt others *Take responsibility for other people’s actions – No matter who they are or where they came from, nobody knows more about racism then black people do- because we’ve had to live through them our entire lives (and centuries before). More often than not when I’m talking to my friends about race related topics