People are often taught to hate the C-line, the word used to describe a person who doesn’t look or sound like them, and to be ashamed of them.
But is it really so bad to be proud of one’s own hair?
The internet has been obsessed with the C word since its creation in the late 1990s, and people are still debating whether it’s a derogatory term for any particular group of people or a word that is a reference to someone who’s hair is not as they wish.
However, there is no denying the term itself is an offensive one.
It was coined by comedian and comedian ʜDr.
Seussʼs favorite character, and it is now used as a rallying cry by racists and anti-Semites to blame anyone who disagrees with their opinions on the Jews.The word ʝF*** C-lser, is often used as an insult against Jews and their supporters, but it is also used to refer to any person who does not fit into the stereotype that Jewish people are hardworking, industrious, and hardworking-looking.
In fact, the term has been used to create a whole other kind of meme, a meme that portrays the whole group as f***ing ʙc-lister, as well as those who disagree with the stereotype.
In 2016, the hashtag #CisGentrifiers was created by comedian Adam Carolla, who started tweeting about how the C, l, and s are interchangeable with Jewish, and that those who oppose the term, and those who have different beliefs about the word, should not be seen as the same.
He has since been banned from Twitter and has received death threats.
Some people have even gone as far as to call it the C***word.
But there are people out there who are actually proud of their own hair, and are just not using the C or S as a derogatory slur.
According to the National Coalition Against Cissexism, the C is the oldest of three letters, which means it is used by people from all over the world, including those who are from the U.S., Canada, South Africa, and Australia.
According the Coalition, its members, and their allies, include: