Is it racism if a black man is afraid the first time he sees a white man ...?
... with feathers - and vice versa?
That's a good point, Wayne. And many of us think that this fear can be overcome - if only because white music is so damn good that nobody can resist the temptation to dance to it.
When feathered Papageno returns to where the princess is held captive, he says, "Am I not a fool? There are surely black birds. Therefore, why not black men?"
Birdgirl, I'm sure the feathered man would rely on some form of deception.
- BirdgirlLv 76 years ago
What if a white man looks out into his garden one evening and spots another white man dressed all in feathers trying to trap songbirds in a wooden cage?