When you’re the only white person on the beach, a racist comment is the only way to go, says Orange County Bocc

The words “racism” and “white supremacy” have become synonymous in the past few weeks, but the term is not a universal one.

Bocc says people tend to avoid the term when they see it, and she doesn’t believe it means what many think it does.

“It doesn’t really say that you’re racist or white supremacist,” she said.

“[People] may say it’s derogatory and it may be.

They may not even know it’s a word they use to describe someone.”

Ms Bocc said her husband is not racist, but her daughter has said she does not think her mother is.

I think that [my daughter] is just being too nice with this, she said, adding she would be willing to talk to her mother if she wished.

Ms Snedden said it was only when her son-in-law, Chris, a teacher at the local public school, started using the term that he started thinking about it.

He was thinking about how he and his colleagues might be stereotyped in terms of race or gender, and they had this idea that he was just not a good white boy, she explained.

Chris Sneden said he did not want to use the term to imply racism.

Instead, he used it to describe how he felt being ostracised by other white people.

It’s very personal for him, he said.

He has never used it as a slur, but that’s what people do when they’re not comfortable in their own skin.

There’s nothing wrong with that, he added.

His son- in-law is a teacher, but it was not his intention to offend people. 

Chris said he felt “disrespected” by Ms Bocc’s comments.

My son- In-law just wants to say: I’m not racist.

When I first heard about the term, he laughed and said it sounded like a “f—ing racist”, he said, and when he later said it, he was surprised.

At first he thought it was a joke, he told News.au.

But it got to the point where he was thinking “how could they possibly be saying this?” 

I just thought “they can’t be serious”.

The term does not mean the same thing in the United States as it does in Canada or Australia, Ms Sneddeens said.

Ms Bocs said it had never been a slur in her family and was not racist when it was used.

She said it is not used in the UK or the US, and it had been used to describe her husband in the 1950s.

Some people might think it’s racist to say that, Ms Boca said, but they can’t understand that someone’s not able to use it.

Ms Boca says racism has been used in Australia and the United Kingdom, and is also used in some European countries.

However, in the US it is rarely used.

Ms Sndden said people might use it to insult people who look different to them.

“I think it should be used to help you understand what’s wrong,” she explained, but not in a negative way.

Her comments have sparked controversy online, with people questioning whether racism is a real thing.

Mr Sneddens, a white man, told News Corp that racism was not a thing.

“It’s just a way to make yourself feel better,” he said in a video that has since been taken down.

The video also sparked a debate about whether racism should be taken seriously in the first place.””

Racial prejudice is something we should never have, so we shouldn’t use it.”

The video also sparked a debate about whether racism should be taken seriously in the first place.

“You don’t have to be a racist to use this term,” Ms Sledden said.

“You just have to not be comfortable with people.”

She said she has never heard of anyone saying racist things in her lifetime, and did not think it would ever happen.

In an interview with the ABC last week, Ms Cone said she felt she was being “treated unfairly” and did “not feel like she deserves to be treated unfairly”.

She said her parents used to call her a “white s***”, and that she did not have a clue about racism.

“They just assumed that I’m a white person,” she told the ABC.

“And I was just confused about that.”

Ms Cone is not the only person to use “racially sensitive” language in the media, as well as on social media.

In April, a video surfaced of a woman who uses the term “white supremacist” using it in a Facebook video.

The woman said she had not used the term for years, but