Skip to comments.Dress witches in pink and avoid white paper to prevent racism in nuseries, expert says
Posted on 09/25/2011 12:30:03 PM PDT by Robwin
From the Wicked Witch of the West in the Wizard of Oz to Meg, the good witch from the Meg and Mog children's books, witches have always dressed in black.
But their traditional attire has now come in for criticism from equality experts who claim it could send a negative message to toddlers in nursery and lead to racism.
Instead, teachers should censor the toy box and replace the pointy black hat with a pink one, while dressing fairies, generally resplendent in pale pastels, in darker shades.
Another staple of the classroom - white paper - has also been questioned by Anne O'Connor, an early years consultant who advises local authorities on equality and diversity.
Children should be provided with paper other than white to drawn on and paints and crayons should come in "the full range of flesh tones", reflecting the diversity of the human race, according to the former teacher.
(Excerpt) Read more at telegraph.co.uk ...
Henceforth, black will no longer be worn to funerals. Pink and white will be the official attire for the mourner.
It's pretty hard to write on black paper. But it does make it clear why a huge percentage of UK youth graduate from school functionally illiterate.
If they worried less about diversity and the color of their paper and more about learning to read, the entire country would be better off. But then I guess Anne O'Connor and her host of fellow diversity bureaucrats would be out of a job.
I’m sorry but I cannot have our clients sign an agreement on black paper. The letters will have to be in white and that’s a no-no in pc world. Next time, our business documents will have drawings of multi-ethnic kids singing under a rainbow with rabbits playing around and I will have to advise the opposing parties that they have to send a non=white rep to sign the papers.
Seems the diversity pimps are going to be butting heads with the ecological pimps since only recycled paper is preferred, and colored paper (that's not a racist term is it? Perhaps I should say paper of color) is verboten.
Pink? That’s sexist! /s Have these people no gender sensitivity?
Pot may no longer call kettle black but may make references to its gray pallor
Political longshots shall no longer be designated as dark horses but pale horses.
This is definately someone with too much time on their hands.
"My first advice is to choose which one you want"
The reductio ad absurdum of political correctness is on full display here. If it wasn’t so incredibly destructive, it would be funny.
I’ve never seen anyone alive whose skin was the color of white paper. Idiots.
England: “White paper encourages unfair stereotypes”
Khymer Rouge: “People wearing spectacles are imperialist enemies”
LESS NUTTY / AS NUTTY / MORE NUTTY ?
In other words a postmodernist libtard.
“Ive never seen anyone alive whose skin was the color of white paper.”
Wikileaks’ Julian Assange. Not only does he issue a lot of paper but he definitely can blend in with it.
I have no problem with people who say this bullsh!+.
Just the ones who listen to it.
For that matter, we don't even call them "black" anymore -- unless we want to be called racist for calling them "black".
Or calling them "them", for that matter.
The gray-skinned space aliens might object. And you don't want THEM mad at you.
she gets paid for this bullshiite with tax payer dollars in other words. how unsurprising.
Pink is the new symbol and color of evil... how ridiculous.
So, now we have a pink cloud of gloom?
My crayolas have a full spectrum of Flesh Tones, with exotic names like Raw and Burnt Umber, Raw and Burnt Sienna, Black, Brown, Yellow, Yellow-brown, Cinnamon, Chocolate-Brown, Maroon, Red-Brown,etc.
There is only one crayon suitable for White Folks, with the unfortunate name of “Flesh”.
“This is definately someone with too much time on their hands.”
You see, this is the problem with ALL these would be nannies.
This is why agricultural advancement and the industrial revolution have ruined life.
Back in the day most people needed to be out tilling the fields from dawn until dusk - literally. Women such as Ms. O’Connor were busy hauling water, cooking, sewing, etc.
All this work was needed just to keep body and soul together.
And I firmly believe that this is still what most people are best suited for, brute labor.
But instead of honest work, we mostly get nonsense now.
Maybe we need that EMP attack discussed on another thread. Maybe we need to get pushed back to circa 1800. We really aren’t doing at all well with all this leisure we currently have.
Yeah, but what color will the rabbits be??? Huh?? Huh????!!!
“And I firmly believe that this is still what most people are best suited for, brute labor.”
definately, usually the high strung hysterics I’ve run into many times. Second, women who could live leisurely usually occupied their time running the households, building up a solid social life for their spouses to enjoy, and watching the kids. They didn’t worry overmuch about upending society; the first triumph of these idiots was Prohibition and then it all went downhill from there.
Ive never seen anyone alive whose skin was the color of white paper.
What, no “Indian Red?”
Glinda the good Witch of the North.
Care to try again sweetie? And perhaps engage more then one brain cell this time.
What, no Skittles and unicorns on your business documents??
OMG! Is that for REAL??????? LOL!
I think that crayon was removed for political incorrectness. Now it’s “Indigenous First Nation Native American Red”, which is stupid. I happen to be a Proud INDIAN, and guess what; that’s what we call EACH OTHER! LOL! (MiQMaw, Inuit)
Political ignorance was more like it “Indian Red” was named after a red pigmented clay found in India, but liberals complained that it was a slam on you, so Crayola dropped the color from the lineup.
Kind of like the guy who used the term “niggardly”! LOL!
I really MISS Indian Red. It was a warm, earthy color.
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