So When Are We Gonna Stop Letting Joss Whedon Coast on 20-Year-Old White Feminism?
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So When Are We Gonna Stop Letting Joss Whedon Coast on 20-Year-Old White Feminism?

If you were on these rough Internet streets a week-and-a-half ago, you probably caught wind of the Joss Whedon’s age-old Wonder Woman script. You know, that thing that bounced around in production hell briefly, nearly attached to the likes of Charisma Carpenter and Lucy Lawless. It had been rumored for years. Over a decade. And … Continue reading

Wonder Woman’s Body Hair Is Not A “Feminist” Issue. It Is A White Feminist Issue
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Wonder Woman’s Body Hair Is Not A “Feminist” Issue. It Is A White Feminist Issue

It is said that every 60 seconds (don’t quote me), White feminists do and say some shit that is so woefully asinine and obtuse that the world has to collectively Megazord Up™! and challenge them on it. Of course, since that is very fucking often, we tend to ignore most of what they say and … Continue reading

The Power of Black Feminism Compels You: Why You Should Put Some Respeck On Our Names
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The Power of Black Feminism Compels You: Why You Should Put Some Respeck On Our Names

Nate Parker’s Magnum Opus has flopped. Hoteps, rape apologists, race-first ideology subscribers and Roland Martin are blaming Black feminists for it. But you know what? I’m not even mad. In fact, I am so gleeful as I write these words. Reckless ass articles are being written and published with less than an ounce of respectable … Continue reading

The Thicke Black Line: A Black Man’s Perspective on the Clear Schism Between Black and White Feminism
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The Thicke Black Line: A Black Man’s Perspective on the Clear Schism Between Black and White Feminism

(previously published on nerdhenshinlovegogo.wordpress.com by Howard Tyrone Smith II) As a Black man, I’ve seen a good portion of the Black experience. But it’s the fact that I was raised by a highly matriarchal family, along with being raised by a father that was as well, that helped me understand (to a degree) the plight of … Continue reading