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Are White men becoming a possible minority?

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Started: 3/31/2016 Category: People
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Arkhamknight83

Pro

I am specifically talking about White MEN. I am not talking about Women, as they already are growing to be respected more than men are. So, who thinks white men can become a minority in the future?
Petfish

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It was always possible for white men to be a minority. Therefore, white men are not becoming a possible minority.
Debate Round No. 1
Arkhamknight83

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Petfish

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Extend my one argument.
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Arkhamknight83

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Arkhamknight83

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Petfish

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blah blah
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Arkhamknight83

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Petfish

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Best deb8 evR
Debate Round No. 5
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Posted by Overhead 1 year ago
Overhead
Should just mention that when I made my original topic the debate had a different topic and intro, hence why it now doesn't make sense.
Posted by LibLove 1 year ago
LibLove
In this social context, minority means 'not in power' not small in size.
Posted by Greg4586 1 year ago
Greg4586
For this debate to work you kind of have to clarify what you mean by "minority"
Posted by Sam7411 1 year ago
Sam7411
They already are. About 50% of the world is male. 30% of those are white. You do the math, but that is a minority.
Posted by Overhead 1 year ago
Overhead
This is a little vague.

It's possible that rejecting her philosophy could indicate you are sexist, but it depends on what her philosophy was. It could theoretically have been anything from "Women shouldn't be raped" to "Women should castrate all men".

I'd argue rejecting the former is sexist while rejecting the latter is not.

Perhaps more details so people know what they're getting into?
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