This is it, and it's not a difficult concept. I don't care if I really like your work, or even if I've never had a bad experience with you.
If you're getting confronted for being an abusive, predatory piece of shit, I WON'T support you, your art, your photography, your social media accounts, nothin. I will always stand in solidarity with survivors, period ••
Hitting that "like" button is a way of silently supporting people and ideas. Be picky about who and what you support. I've gotten a lot pickier this year ••
Let's face it, Instagrams new algorithms are changing things, it's getting to the point where a high as fuck following doesn't even matter if you never get exposure and most of the followers are ghosts. Care more about living humans than a number that doesn't matter on a screen ••
black women are always expected to show up at the edge of everyone else’s battles in this county. But who shows up for us? An entire weekend passed between the time that L.A. morning radio host Bill Handel called Florida Congresswoman Frederica Wilson a “cheap, sleazy Democrat whore” on air until I sounded the alarm about it. I know I was not the only person listening to “The Bill Handel Show” Friday morning, as evident by their ratings. Even KFI’s management must have known that Handel’s comments were inappropriate, as they were conveniently missing from the show’s podcast. Which says to me that very few of the other listeners saw anything wrong with Handel calling a woman, a black woman and a sitting member of the U.S. House of Representatives a whore. It’s no secret that the majority of KFI’s listeners are white. The former Los Angeles home of the Rush Limbaugh Show, KFI’s audience tends to skew towards the right on the political richter scale. But what about those white women allies? The lack of outrage from white women ― on either side of the political spectrum ― to a woman being called a whore on the radio, in 2017 no less, says a lot about where black women rank in the sisterhood camaraderie. The fact that there has been no response to a woman being called a whore from the National Organization of Women (NOW), Women’s March or any of the other organizations that typically come to the rescue of and defend (white) women supports the long-held belief that black women aren’t seen as women ― not even by white women. And then there’s the Democratic Party, which has the lion share of black women registered voters and is held up as the beacon of all things liberal and progressive about America. Handel called Rep. Wilson a “cheap, sleazy Democrat whore.” Not a Republican whore. Not an Independent whore. Not a Green Party whore. A “cheap, sleazy Democrat whore.” So what say you? Are we only visible during February, election time and for perfectly choreographed diversity photos? 👀👀🤔🤔🤔Via: The Huffington Post #fredericawilson#blackgirlmagic#feminist#fakelove#fakeallies#wheretheyat#metoo#staywoke#lbgt#whitewomen
To those that have been and continue to be oppressed, marginalized and targeted with violence. Never again let someone tell you that you are too outraged. Or that you are making a big deal out of a "joke". Never let some asshole tell you what should warrant your anger. Never let some asshole tell you that the anger of the oppressed is the reason why elections are lost. Please note that when people talk about Political Correctness being out of control, remind them that Heather Heyer was murdered by one of the people who hated and was radicalized to fight political correctness. Show them this young man who was beaten by those who hate political correctness and used it as a reason to join terrorist organizations. If someone tries to say you are angry about little things and the world has gotten to PC, you look them dead in the eye and tell them, GO FUCK THEMSELVES. #charlottesville#civilrights#KILLWHITEHATE#fakeallies
Before I go in too deep,
Let me be frank.
You don't have to like me
I don't have to like you
You don't have to like my ambiguity and anonymity
You don't have to follow me, you are under no obligation to me really
But I can respect the differences and work on how people want to handle calamities
Regarding the resurgence of hatred and bigotry
Courtesy of The Trump Collective
However, I will not hesitate to call out and correct people on the errors of approaches
Assertive when necessary, constructive criticism as my secondary arm, being the asshole is always a last resort .
Who am i? I am an Artivist who walks in neutral colors like a Gray Jedi
a creative vigilante with aborrence against injustice and evil
A Ronin with a code of honor
Someone who respects lives and cultures of people who are different. Some days I'm Martin Luther King Jr
But most days I'm Malcolm X
Bansky is one of my influences
a borderline misanthropic empath with a flair of a neo nor detective.
I made a solid oath,
I will be Exposing and Shaming Faux allies, alt right, trumpires, Hoteps, Coons, racists, sexists, mysoginists, misandrists, mysognoirs, pretentious progressives is my new speciality
Telling truth without holding anything back, no mercy, no sympathy if the latters are Unapologetic
You want forgiveness? Work for it and earn it! No excuses own up to it.
Shows us by needs, not by words.
I promose to keep fighting for social justice and peace for people with multiple marginalized identities
By checking the background to the foreground
Beware the ironic sexism and male gaze in feminist allies. Am I being too cynical? Probably. Do I want more male ally-ship? You're darn tootin'! However, Emma Pitman warns in her article that ironic sexism will poke fun at the patriarchy but will ignore/ speak over your experiences, exploiting this awareness for attention. All variants of these toxic stereotypes come with either covert or overt ways to control feminist spaces and the dialogue on women's experiences, hence the difficulty in identifying the male objectifying gaze for many, especially younger women. In short, there are those who may "pass the feminist test" but do not let these people control the dialogue or dictate the nature or severity of your loved experience. - 😼Jess #thesydneyfeminists#intersectionalfeminism#fakeallies#ironicsexismisstillsexism