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I don’t date Squibs, Muggles or Muggle-borns. It’s not racism, just a preference. I’ll date Half-bloods if they grew up in the magical world, though.
Is it true all Muggle-borns have longer wands?
It’s not MY fault Purebloods are naturally more powerful.
I’ve never personally experienced “Pureblood Privilege”, so it doesn’t exist.
How come you can call other Muggle-borns the M-word, but I can’t? How is that okay?
Purebloods suffered persecution from Muggles, but you don’t hear us complaining about it. Bootstraps!
I think it’s even MORE racist to assume that I have “privilege” because I’m pureblood!
ANYONE can be a Mudblood, not just Muggle-borns!
It’s not my fault Mudbloods often live up to the stereotypes!
Muggle-borns just happen to be more dangerous and prone to violence because they come from such un-magical backgrounds.
If you hate the Wizarding world so much why don’t you leave Hogwarts?
If a Pureblood calls you a Mudblood, it’s automatically racist? But you can call me a Bloody or a Death Eater and that’s NOT racist? That’s so unfair!
Words only have the power you give to them. Besides, Mudblood now means “friend” anyway, so there’s no problem with me using it! Mudblood Mudblood Mudblood!
How can I have pureblood privilege? I’m a Black wizard! You know the Wizarding world is Eurocentric. Wait…what’s intersectionality?
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