I’m not going to go around calling all white women “Karens” and “Beckys.”
Two, I absolutely am not supportive of throwing Anne Frank under the bus. She didn’t do anything. Leave that girl alone!
Three, I just don’t see how this is productive. I would rather call the wrongdoer out by name and offense than just believing “everybody does it.” But with that said, I also encountered the millionth white woman last week who told me I looked like her one black friend and another who wanted to talk about violence in Chicago. For those reasons alone — and the constant, annoying conversation I get suckered into with almost every white woman (specifically) who always feels like this is our only way to bond — I hesitantly understand why some folks are unapologetic with generalizing.
With that said, when I see ridiculous nonsense like this, which would get a black woman killed or at least arrested, I fully understand the frustration.