Posts Tagged ‘colorblindness’
Colorblindness isn’t rare, and at least one of WordPress’s themes is completely inaccessible to me. (Red hyperlinks, black text, no underlining except with mouseover. Can’t see the difference.) I haven’t looked at the others in depth or anything but how do you manage to make your prepackaged themes inaccesible. You’re not a person throwing up a blog in thirty seconds and not putting that much thought into their theme, you’re one of the most popular blogging sites on the internet.
This is something you should have figured out by now!
I am colorblind. I see reds at a slightly reduced intensity compared to everyone else, especially when they’re mixed with other colors.
People who claim to not see race are privilege denying asshats. However, (usually) they can see all colors normally. Therefore they are not colorblind. (Except obviously when they are)
If people who claim to not see race do claim to be colorblind, then they are also appropriating ableist asshats. I mean like seriously. This also applies to when people who think that ignoring race is a terrible idea call it colorblindness and talk about how terrible it is.
(And it’s especially egregious when they do it in an article that talks about appropriation. I MEAN SERIOUSLY.)