Tag: Police brutality

“Feminists Belong In The Kitchen” FJ on.. #DanielHoltzclaw

I invited you all into my kitchen last night (since anti-feminists keep demanding we go back into the kitchen) and we chatted about Daniel Holtzclaw, the former police officer accused of sexually assaulting at least 13 Black women. I’ve been talking about him since last year and wanted to weigh in on some of the […]

One Year After #NMOS14, We Will Have #NoMoreSilence

I wanted to do something to commemorate the anniversary of the historic event: The National Moment of Silence (2014), which took place on August 14, 2014. Called #NMOS14 on social media, the event gathered together hundreds of thousands of people across 42 of the United States of America and 5 countries in over 119 vigils […]

Does “Black Male Privilege” Exist? A Checklist

Of course it does, silly! lol I found this piece and thought it was an interesting checklist of indicators that Black Male Privilege exists. Some of the points and examples aren’t sex-positive (Ex: 15. I can purchase pornography that typically shows men defile women by the common practice of the “money shot.” and 26. When I consume […]

#NMOS14– A National Moment of Silence

“Do not go gently into that good night Rage, rage against the dying of the light” – Dylan Thomas Flyer created by Rachael (@alsorae) “Mommy, how come I can’t go with you to the rally?” my son, Garvey, tearfully asked as he said in the back of his father’s car. I’d just explained that it might […]

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