Tag: sexism

Black. Male. Feminist?

This is a guest post from G.D. at PostBourgie. Over at The Root, Byron Hurt has a candid piece about how watching the fraught interaction between his parents as a kid helped plant the seeds for his adult embrace of…

Stuck In The Middle

Continuing on with the theme of privilege, today I am cross posting something I wrote in May.  I thought about writing and updated version but I don’t believe that I can improve upon my original commentary. As a Woc I…

I Sing Like A Girl

Regular readers know that I am the mother of two darling boys, who I have nicknamed Mayhem and Destruction (nicknames more apt than you know) At any rate, Destruction my 7 year old is incredibly arts centered. He paints, draws,…

Black Women Are Worth 10K

I came across this story at The Root but it was originally posted at Aunt Jemima’s Revenge. Chiman Rai So hated blacks that he hired a hit man to kill his black daughter-in law, Sparkle.  The case was labeled an…

Irrational, Hysterical and Angry

I decided to dedicate this post to the code words typically attributed to feminists.  Of course you cannot point out social injustice without being angry, irrational, and hysterical.  All logical people naturally exist as automatons, going through their days parroting…

Hey You Fatty

That’s right I’m talking to you fatty with no shape and no curves.  You queen of the anti-woman, don’t try and hide your grotesqueness under the label of thick. Qviloa is on to your desperate little charade. You cannot possibly…