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Campin_Cat
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27 Sep 2017, 4:19 pm

cyberdad wrote:
The crux of the issue is how does a white NT speak with (or about) a disabled person or black person without offending them?

How 'bout if the burden were to lie with the black or disabled person----and, that person doesn't allow themselves to get offended?







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