Tag Archives: racist

The Wednesday Weigh-In: Feminist Halloween Costumes Edition

Tweet Happy October! Halloween is approaching quickly and for some, ’tis the season for racist, culturally appropriative costumes, or to make everyday objects into “sexy” costumes. But this year, let’s start early and generate some great feminist costume ideas! Tweet
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Dear SNL: You should learn about #latinafeminism

Tweet To Lorne Michaels, I am writing with regards to this past week’s SNL skit “Jewelry Party,” in which Lena Dunham and Cecily Strong explained on national television what a Men’s Rights Activist is in a pathetic attempt to commemorate International Women’s Day and hop on that trendy feminist wagon. Here in the feminist blogosphere we have [...]
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UndocuYouth respond to Justin Bieber deportation buzz

Tweet Last week I wrote about the fact that in spite of racking up $20,000 worth of damages by egging a neighbor’s house, Justin Bieber is in no real danger of being deported. Not because the crime doesn’t merit it (that’s not a judgement I’m interested in) but because he’s white, rich, and famous. Well, [...]
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Friday Feminist Fuck You: The Oscars (via Native Appropriations)

Tweet None of us is surprised to reaffirm that the Hollywood awards season never brings very good news for racial or gender justice. At the Golden Globes we saw people of color consistently overlooked, Jared Leto celebrated for playing a trans woman (who apparently can’t be real), and the worship of a child molester, Woody [...]
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Justin Bieber won’t be deported because he’s rich and white

Tweet I don’t know how this keeps happening, but somehow I’m writing about Justin Bieber again. I couldn’t sing one of his songs if there was a gun pointed at my head, but this kid keeps causing trouble in matters that are close to my heart. What did he do this time? The singer allegedly [...]
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