Charlize Theron Advocates Against Scary Neigborhoods

Privileged White Woman Charlize Theron Discusses Her Experiences With Racism In America

In a recent interview in for the May cover story of Elle,  really tall actress Charlize Theron shared her view on the racial climate in our country with  celebrity racist Jew Chelsea Handler.   Theron told Handler.”Racism is much more alive and well than people thought. We can’t deny it anymore. We have to be vocal,”  She went on to say, “There are a lot of times when I look at my kids and I’m like, if this continues, I might have to [leave America]. Because the last thing I want is for my children to feel unsafe.”

It comes as no surprise that Theron spoke out against racism.   She did adopt a black boy and dress him up like a girl.  No one hates racism more than white women who make black kids cross dress.    Not that adopting a black child and forcing him to dress like a girl is appalling in any way. She adopted those kids.  She bought  those kids fair and square. They are her property and she can dress them however she likes.

What is appalling is that she opened up about racism to Chelsea Handler.  Chelsea Handle is known racist, famous for her offensive tweets about black people, and even other more harmless minorities like Asians and Jews.    Chelsea Handler once tweeted a picture of Grape Soda to Nick Cannon.  That crossed a line.  Not even the KKK would have tweeted Nick Cannon a picture of grape soda.

Celebrities Know More About Racism Than Anyone

Perhaps Theron felt comfortable opening up to Handler because Handler reported that she dates a lot of black men so people don’t think she is a racist.    Whatever the case may be, it was a giant step toward cultural awareness in our country  to see two attractive, wealthy, privileged white women sit down and discuss their views on racism in our country so freely.  If anyone knows anything about racism, it is a famous white woman who dresses up black boys in ballerina dresses or white women who have sex with lots of black men.

Charlize Theron Says There Are Neighborhoods She Is Afraid to Go Into

Charlize Theron, best known for her sexy Internet pics, a net worth of over 120 million dollars, and dating Stuart Townsend recently took on a new role. She became the spokesperson against scary neighborhoods when she told Chelsea Handler in the May cover story of Elle, “There are places in this country where, if I got a job, I wouldn’t take it. I wouldn’t travel with my kids to some parts of America, and that’s really problematic.”

Charlize Theron Becomes The Face Against Scary Neighborhoods

Finally someone as famous and powerful as Theron is finally speaking out on the issue of scary neighborhoods.  There are many places in this country where I wouldn’t travel or take a job either.  You couldn’t fucking pay me enough to take a  teaching job in Abraham Lincoln High in Philadelphia, or any inner-city school for that matter.   I wouldn’t travel with my kids within 5 miles of North Philadelphia, Compton, Riverdale in Chicago, Martin Luther King Drive in St. Louis, Washington Highlands in DC, and a few other places.

I don’t know if there are any racists  living in those neighborhoods, but there sure are lots of scary black people with guns, and they don’t like white people.  According to Neighborhoodscout.com my chance of becoming a victim in any one of those neighborhoods range from 1 in 8 to 1 in 18.   I would have had a better chance of filling my car with gas in Afghanastan  than I would at the Shell station in South Memphis.   I’d bet even Charlize Theron herself would be at least a little bit scared if she made wrong turn into Altgeld Gardens outside of Chicago.  I would go camping in Syria before I stopped at the corner of Independence and Prospect in Kansas City to ask for directions.

Thank You Charlize Theron

On behalf of people afraid to go into scary neighborhoods everywhere, I thank you Ms. Theron.  We appreciate all you are doing. Your work is not going unnoticed.  I might even go see that stupid looking movie you are promoting.