@JJ_McCullough | 56,290 followers
I don't think it would have been asking the world for this story to at least acknowledge, somewhere, what a "brownie" is.
Girl Guides of Canada renaming Brownies after hearing that the name causes harm theglobeandmail.com/canada/article…

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I swear, more and more headlines are starting to sound like satire from The Onion
 
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Like everything, snowflakes are turning it into a racial issue, everywhere they look the see racists.
 
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A mythical creature from Scottish legend. Or, an old friend who was a Korean war vet who could drink us young ones under the table. I hope they stay within the realm of Scottish mythology and rename them redcaps. en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redcap
 
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I was a Brownie when I was a kid but I can certainly understand that most people probably don’t know what it is.
 
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How in the world is this racializing anyone?!
 
 
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Is a sad tribute to a dying institution.
 
Ironically the CBC article explains that "brownies" are some kind of mythological elfin creature.
I highly highly doubt any "racialized" persons were offended by the name but whatever.
 
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It's a fucking dessert. That's it.
 
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Girl, and Boy, Scouts used to be about doing your best and Being Prepared". Boy, hv tomes changed...
 
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Do we have to rename the chocolate baked goods now too?
 
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