Date: 2017-02-27 11:20 pm (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
> Saying "I volunteer to mentor anybody from a non-minority background" is by definition discrimination,

A former neo-nazi volunteers to mentor any neo-nazi inmate in an effort to turn them away from hate and toward a career in programming. This would in no way be discriminatory, much less "by definition".

> Saying "I volunteer to mentor anybody from a minority background" is somehow magically is not? WTF?

An African-American former gang member volunteers to mentor any African-American gang member inmate in an effort to turn them away from hate and toward a career in programming. This would in no way be discriminatory, and is in no way "magical" as evidenced by the _same_ logical conclusion above.

Your pen test failed to reveal anything useful. Rather than the impossibly slow and error-prone process of reverse-engineering the world from inside a cave, might I suggest reading the source: e.g., history books, ethnographies, social science research, etc.
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