Tag Archives: Paula Deen

Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

TweetPhoto via. LAPD tried to cover up assault charges against police officers. Woman goes undercover to show how men react to street harassment. (Please help me figure out what to feel about that in the comments.) Paula Deen continues to be the worst boss ever. Samsung: Women are tech-incompetent housewives who only know how to [...]
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Paula Deen thinks she’s oppressed like “that Black” gay NFL player

TweetI thought the real life Olivia Pope was supposed to be handling America’s Paula Deen? Apparently not, as this week the celebrity television chef, who has been plagued by lawsuits and first hand accounts of her calling employees the N word, is back to let America know that she knows just what it feels like [...]
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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

Tweet An infographic shows just how under appreciated teachers are “I chose to be fat” Paula Deen wanted black staffers to dress in Aunt Jemima outfits. Why am I not surprised? Jailed Pussy Riot punk singer denied parole What’s the deal with sex addiction? Colombia legalizes its first same-sex union *Trigger Warning* Rape Joke: A [...]
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Weekly Feminist Reader

Tweet NSA surveillance and the male gaze. Racist of the Week Paulina Deen has been fired. But, before that, she inspired some really great tweets. The Department of Ed will collect data on anti-LGBT bullying. We need to talk about disability and feminism. High schools are trying restorative justice to keep kids from dropping out. [...]
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It’s Juneteenth 2013. More Black people are in prison than were slaves and Paula Deen wants to bring slavery back

TweetToday is June 19, or Juneteenth. While the Emancipation Proclamation was signed on January 1, 1863, slaves in Texas didn’t find out slavery was over until June 19, 1865, hence commemorating this date as the end of legal slavery in the US. As Phillipe Copeland points out, the prison system was quickly positioned to take [...]
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