That Vegan Teacher Spells Out N-Word In YouTube Video Asking To 'Reclaim' Words
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That Vegan Teacher - a vegan activist who was banned from TikTok a few weeks ago - has released a YouTube video in which she spells out the N-word on a piece of paper next to a Black doll.
This unfathomable piece of short-sightedness and downright ignorance came as the teacher - real name Kadie Karen Diekmeyer - tried to make a ham-fisted attempt to say that words should be reclaimed and that cruelty should be banned, rather than words.
Of course, the last thing that anyone needed was her opinion on this front.
Utilising a new platform on YouTube after getting booted off TikTok recently, she uploaded the video - entitled 'Are you Racist' - on Tuesday.
It's fair to say that it hasn't gone down well at all.
She starts off by showing off the doll, which she calls a 'beautiful child', adding that it has 'beautiful eyes, beautiful smile, beautiful curly hair, beautiful skin'.
Then, talking as if addressing a class full of schoolkids, she says: "Can you think of some words right now that are banned?
"What are some of the words that you're never allowed to write?"
She continues: "If we say we can't say the N-word, but then, people ban even saying 'the N-word,' then 'the N-word' becomes the ex-N-word... the N-word that used to be the other N-word, and it never ends.
"It just goes on and on and on."
Eventually, after listing a load of other words such as the 'F-word, C-word, R-word, and S-word', she arrives at her point.
However, before we get to that, it's worth remembering that those last few words definitely shouldn't be considered in the same category as the abhorrent N-word.
Anyway, it seems that all she wanted the whole time was to argue that we should 'reclaim' words rather than banning them.
Of course, the usage or non-usage of the N-word as absolutely nothing to do with her, but still.
We're not done, however.
Towards the end of the video, she states: "Does this girl seem to you like she might be Naturally Intelligent, Gorgeous, Generous, Exemplary, and Radiant?"
While doing so, she spells out the first letter of each of those things in different colours.
Don't do that, please.
Anyway, of the 430,000 or so viewers that have seen her video, not many are impressed by it.
One person commented: "What in the literal f*** is wrong with you?"