I agree with your original statement, however, I have one question: what's the difference between a majority group savior narrative and someone not apart of the minority group standing up for them? I've had times in my life where people "stood" up for me and it didn't not feel like allyship. Sorry if this sounds rude, but I'm legit curious


It's delicate. To me, it's about doing things in a way that consistently centers the marginalized.

That means not drawing attention to yourself for doing what you're doing, and not expecting anyone to stroke your ego for basic decency.

It means leveraging your privilege to help, but not using it to get attention/cred.

@FNB_Japan ty for responding! I've been thinking about this a lot recently

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