The myth of the Angry Black Woman is a scandal of white supremacy: Contrary to the New York Times stereotype of Shonda Rhimes, we are more than props. We are human. We are women. We are not your sidekick
@manwhohasitall is a superb Twitter account that highlights the phrasing often found in women’s magazines and reverses it to be about men. And the result both highlights sexism AND is extremely funny. So here’s 17 of the best: “I’m not hung up on the term ‘spacewoman’ because I know it refers to both women & …
After Elliot Rodger, #YesAllWomen Trends on Twitter as a Response to "Not All Men." "What matters is that all women are oppressed by misogyny. And insisting that every discussion of misogyny come with a disclaimer of “Not all men,” is a derailing tactic. Not all men have to hate women for all women to be oppressed by men. And men who honestly care about women will recognize that the oppression will never end if we can’t have honest conversations about that."
The Washington Redskins helmet and logo, under attack by a couple of malcontents and the federal government. Personally, I see the logo as a celebration of Native American strength and integrity, not as anything derogatory. I couldn't agree more.