AUTHORS SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO USE RACIST LANGUAGE IN THEIR WRITING
There should be no boundaries in writing since it is a medium used to articulate expressions and thoughts. If you limit and restrict what can be written in a book, that is equivalent to restricting one’s thoughts. Racist language is a concept which should not be referenced in a direct confrontation. However, in a story it can be used in myriad ways that have no intention to offend anyone. For example, racist language may be used to portray the lifestyle and speech of humans in the past. Racist language may also contribute to certain conflicts and provide a reasoning for the backstory or resolve of certain characters. By removing racist language in writing, the world of writings will become bland and tasteless. Dialogue and descriptive events help us build and imagine the world of the story. If there is a lack of forceful and brutish speech like racism, it may be detrimental to the development of certain texts. In the end, racist language is only racist if there is an ill intent backing it up. Word are merely words if there is no meaning behind them. As long as the author is not specifically targeting a group. We should not be offended by words that have no ill intent towards the audience or any groups or races.