Tag Archives: intersectional feminism

BoldeR

I could start this post by asking, why do liberal white women ignore white supremacy? But the answer lies in the question. It’s because of white supremacy. White supremacy breeds arrogance and entitlement in us too. Case in point is … Continue reading

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Wise Mind for a Chaotic World

Disclaimer: This post is written by a straight, white, cis, able-bodied, American-born, middle class woman who has a lot of privilege. I am hoping there is a little something for everyone in this post but I also know that much … Continue reading

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On Moms

So Mother’s Day has come and gone, for this year. I was with my mom all this past weekend and the one before so I was a wee bit busy with my real-deal mother and didn’t have time to post … Continue reading

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No Anjali Ramkisson is not an example of The Matriarchy. Because there is no The Matriarchy.

Hey-o! It’s been awhile, so here’s a post from this largely absentee blogger…. On Sunday I was skimming through my newsfeed when I came across this article. I hadn’t heard of Anjali Ramkisson up until this point but apparently she … Continue reading

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A Privileged White Lady processes BBHMM and challenges her own white supremacist beliefs

Spoiler alert: In the end, I finally take off my white privilege earmuffs long enough to really hear what women of color saying. Overall, I like Rihanna and her music. I wasn’t that into Bitch Better Have My Money (BBHMM) … Continue reading

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From Cosby to Clinton, when married men do terrible things, their wives aren’t often co-conspirators

Okay starting off 2016 with a bit of a controversial post. Wait, am I ever not controversial? Probably rarely or not. So… there has been stuff coming up in the media recently that is pretty disturbing for women and survivors … Continue reading

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On The Importance of Recognizing Intersection

The most recent news story of white police officer brutality against unarmed black civilians really highlights, to me, the importance of intersectional feminism. In case you’re unsure which instance I’m referring to, it’s the one from this past weekend in McKinley, … Continue reading

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