Boy, do we feel stupid. Here we were, thinking that there are still some things left that aren’t considered tools of white privilege, and then along comes lefty Bishop Talbert Swan to open our eyes to the injustice of Band-Aids:
White privilege is never having to search for a bandaid that matches your skin color. pic.twitter.com/oX52BmVvhm
— Bishop Talbert Swan (@TalbertSwan) June 11, 2019
Swan’s take is clearly very popular:
Mmm … smell that ratio cookin’!
I'm so sorry this is happening to you
— Some guy tweeted something 🤷🏻♂️ (@jtLOL) June 14, 2019
Thoughts and prayers
— Rich Douglas (@RealRichDouglas) June 14, 2019
Praying for you to make it through this trial, brother.
— Chad Minnick (@minnickchad) June 14, 2019
Hopefully he can find a big enough non-white Band-Aid to stanch the bleeding:
Or just use a clear one? pic.twitter.com/J4Cc7psoNK
— neontaster (@neontaster) June 14, 2019
So because I’ve never seen a bandage pale enough to match my skin tone, I’m not privileged? 🤔
— ¡Michelle! (@Chat_Mort) June 14, 2019
Are you a parody
— 🧜🏽♀️ (@jswifty250) June 14, 2019
No it isn’t.
— Chloé S. Valdary 📚 (@cvaldary) June 14, 2019
None match mine either. You’re just nuts.
— Mark “BBQ addict” C 🥓🥓 (@UntraceableMC) June 14, 2019
Why would you get a plain bandaid when they have Batman bandaids this makes no sense at all https://t.co/PRQijp9wZI
— Seth Mandel (@SethAMandel) June 14, 2019
I use the ones with Smurfs on them. pic.twitter.com/XXIy93Lmjf
— David Assanowicz #backSoulfinder (@daveassanowicz) June 14, 2019
— Daniel Poone (@beertime79) June 14, 2019