Do you think the black men in Starbucks might have had a problem with female authority?

New bcXP86
Apr 18, 2018 35 Comments

If a guy had asked them to leave do you think it would have been different? Do you think they didn't respect the person because her job was low paying?

comments

Want to comment? LOG IN or SIGN UP
TOP 35 Comments
  • Cisco lEcG86
    Lol
    Apr 18, 2018 5
    • New bcXP86
      OP
      It's a serious question. Sometimes guys don't listen when asked by a woman but will when a guy asks.
      Apr 18, 2018
    • Capital One otay
      This is true.
      Apr 18, 2018
    • Cisco lEcG86
      Ok sorry for the levity but I don’t disregard a female authority over a male one so i thought it was a generality.
      Apr 18, 2018
    • New bcXP86
      OP
      That's part of the problem. Guys who are respectful and treat women like fairly don't realize that others don't treat fairly.
      Apr 18, 2018
    • Capital One otay
      Or they don't realize their internal bias hence why there's studies :)
      Apr 18, 2018
  • Autodesk / Eng Anomalyæ
    Stop putting underprivileged people against each other.
    Apr 18, 2018 2
    • Women aren't nearly as underprivileged as people of color you shitlord
      Apr 18, 2018
    • Autodesk / Eng Anomalyæ
      Stop distracting from the point.
      Apr 18, 2018
  • Google HcTT35
    Troll
    Apr 18, 2018 7
    • New bcXP86
      OP
      Why is talking about sexism stupid?
      Apr 18, 2018
    • Vistaprint / Eng Reiwiwuqj
      Talking about sexism isn't stupid. Perceiving it as a relevant topic in a situation where it isn't, is stupid.
      Apr 18, 2018
    • New bcXP86
      OP
      Why don't the guys explain why they didn't listen to her request? It seems just as stupid to perceive racism.
      Apr 18, 2018
    • Microsoft tedfaro
      Because why would you have to leave, when it is common to wait for people at Starbucks without ordering? Doesn't matter who asks man, woman, elderly, minority. Gender is not the issue in this one
      Apr 18, 2018
    • New aRG7cZ
      A reasonable person would leave when asked to and if they felt there was racism would have said something such as I'm leaving and waiting outside. I feel you're asking me to leave because I'm black. When my friend gets here I'll introduce you to him so that you know we weren't lying and I hope you examine your assumptions about people. That would have been the better thing to do. It does seem that given that they weren't being reasonable one might wonder what else might they be capable of? It's easier to give someone of the doubt if they're alone. If there's two they might do things they wouldn't if they were alone.
      Apr 19, 2018
  • Uber DAmZP3
    Doesn't matter. Women is a lower class than black.
    So unless it's a muslim refugee.
    Apr 18, 2018 2
    • New bcXP86
      OP
      It just shows my point. Sexism is ok but racism isnt
      Apr 18, 2018
    • Uber DAmZP3
      Sexism is definitely not OK. But it's a lower class in liberal caste system. Women is lower than almost all other classes like LGBT latino black illegals muslim etc.
      Apr 18, 2018
  • HCL / Other jstwrkhere
    This guy should really consider getting a job at Fox news. smh
    Apr 18, 2018 0
  • Facebook grumpyuncl
    Did you watch the video? Several witnesses—including non-black witnesses if you’re concerned about that bias—said the guys didn’t do anything. If they didn’t do anything, this is America, and they can absolutely question why they’re being ejected from a place of business. I understand why they would stay and question, especially if they did no wrong, instead of being perceived as doing wrong and alluding to guilt by leaving. Starbucks even said they were wrong. Fuck outta here with this shit.
    Apr 18, 2018 2
    • New bcXP86
      OP
      The manager had previously been chased around the store so it seems natural she would be a bit cautious about asking people to leave. Starbucks was wrong not to have defended the manager. She seemed like a good person who helped out Spanish speakers. I did watch the video. It was very short and biased. Refusing to leave isnt not doing anything. But it is probably best for the company to separate from her.
      Apr 18, 2018
    • Amazon Djdjdfg
      This is America. You are trespassing on private property if you refuse to leave when asked. Fucking communists
      Apr 18, 2018
  • Vistaprint / Eng Reiwiwuqj
    If you aren't trolling, in what world would this be the reason? Why wouldn't it be because of the perceived racism of the Starbucks employee(s)?
    Apr 18, 2018 5
    • New bcXP86
      OP
      Maybe she asked them to leave and they refused because of sexism or not respecting low income people. So she became alarmed at their unusual behavior and called the police.
      Apr 18, 2018
    • Vistaprint / Eng Reiwiwuqj
      You do understand that the entire reason they were filming is because they were incensed by perceived racism. They make that very clear in the video. If you felt personally persecuted because of your race, would the persecutor's sex or level of income change your level of respect for them in that moment?

      No. No it wouldn't.
      Apr 18, 2018
    • New bcXP86
      OP
      The people filming didn't know the whole story. The manager had asked people to leave before and had been chased around the store. The manager from what I can tell appears to be a good person who worked in another store and helped out Spanish speaking customers.
      Apr 18, 2018
    • Oath Mlqv11
      Would be such a perfect story only if manager and police officers where white males. But shit happened. Police officers were black, they can’t be blamed for actually handcuffing trespassers. And manager is white, but women, too bad so sad, fired!
      Apr 18, 2018
    • New bcXP86
      OP
      It might be that although the manager was within her right to ask them to leave calling the police was a bit much given that they weren't being dangerous and it wasn't late at night. That might have been bad judgement on her part. The only cases where I've seen people who were asked to leave were a single white male and group of white males who were asked to leave was at the Laurel Heights Starbucks late at night but the person who asked them to leave did give them some coffee to send them on their way. They left after being asked to leave The question is sometime people might be hesitant to do something if the person is non white that they wouldn't hesitate to do if the person was white. I have also been asked to leave not Starbucks but other places and have tried to argue but when they made it clear that I really did have to leave I always left. So it's puzzling that they wouldn't have just left.
      Apr 18, 2018
  • Amazon Hhgrdgy
    Probably a tinder date gone wrong
    Apr 18, 2018 1
    • Facebook / Eng
      DrDisrespt

      Facebook Eng

      PRE
      Facebook
      DrDisresptmore
      This
      Apr 18, 2018
  • Facebook / Eng
    DrDisrespt

    Facebook Eng

    PRE
    Facebook
    DrDisresptmore
    ‘Ask a white girl to leave Starbucks’
    Apr 18, 2018 0
  • Microsoft blight
    One discrimination at a time, please
    Apr 19, 2018 0
  • HCL / Other jstwrkhere
    ☝️👆
    Apr 18, 2018 0

Salary
Comparison

    Real time salary information from verified employees