Saying they have a black friend Dogs Cats Pet rescuing Cauliflower Brussel Sprouts Riced vegetables Trader Joe’s Whole Foods Poke Touching black people’s hair Mission-based activities Upward mobility Netflix Cable prestige television Storytelling Storytelling podcasts True crime as entertainment Black music Complaining about rap music misogyny The ability to say the n-word Ride-sharing services Brunch… Read More LIST: Things Liberals Value More Than Black Lives
Got this in the mail and was immediately excited. FINALLY, no more racism! No more police violence! Ignorant whites will see color! “Evolutionists?” I have a bad feeling about this. FUCK! “Something special begins at sunset each Friday evening?” Something sexy? C’mon, sexy! Don’t be something… FUCK! I guess we’re not celebrating diversity after all.… Read More How to Really Celebrate Diversity
The rhetoric-charged U.S. presidential race has infiltrated discussion outlets online (e.g. your annoying friends on Facebook and Twitter) and offline, touching upon social, racial, and economic divides like never before. The workplace in particular has become a hotbed of political strife, and research has proven that blood is boiling because of the partisan politics. That… Read More Entitlement and Threats
Marc Cenedella, founder of job-seeking website The Ladders, loves sending target emails every Monday. And every Monday is usually a gift of thirstiness that only a middle-aged man can provide when trying to be hip. Dude, I just met you. Are you outside of their window? Is there a restraining order? “A favor?” I barely… Read More Marc Cenedella is Thirsty
Williams’ words affected me more than how cultural appropriation is displayed on a macro level. On a personal tip, I’ve seen how people view me through my entertainment choices, as well as my manner of speech and dress. … Read More Appropriation and Shame
Get dad the gift of the tome of a creepy, predatory dad! Or don’t. Actually, don’t.
Fifty years from now, as the MRA movement reflects back on MacKenzie’s paternity, masculinity, and choices, we hope his legacy will be seen with clearer eyes: not as progressive but as his bros’ The Godfather: Part III. We’ll hang our heads and think, “we were there when” we let our bro, who killed thousands of fuckable pussies, be called a good dad to boot.… Read More A DAD’S NOMINATION TO WATCH THE KIDS: A MRA MILESTONE?