Archive for ‘discrimination’

August 15, 2018

Better put some ice on that burn

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August 3, 2018


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July 30, 2018

Anita Hill kicks ass

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Her interview starts at 17:50. If you don’t know who Anita Hill is, put down the Twitter, go to the very beginning, and pay attention to the WHOLE damned segment.

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June 23, 2018

Sign of the times

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No smoking. No littering. No Nazis. NYC subway


This notice in a New York subway station should be run off a thousand times and posted in every room, on every door, and above every toilet in the White House.

May 16, 2018

Any woman can tell you how effective discrimination can be

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Entry 15


March 19, 2018

Living as both a man and a woman

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This was enlightening, validating, and frustrating all at once.

February 28, 2018

Johnny Walker mansplains scotch to women

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Fuck you, Johnny Walker. The only thing women find scary about scotch is that it can lead to unwanted pregnancies that grow up to head advertising campaigns as myopic and shameful as yours. Boycotting.

February 24, 2018

And you thought the U.S. was backward and stupid

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Turns out, if you’re trans and you want to change your name legally, some countries make you step into the Twilight Zone to do it: You must be declared insane and undergo the big snip-snip to prevent, you know, that kind of thing from spreading. What a fuckin’ load.

February 21, 2018


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Sex offenders, adultery, and old school sexism welcomed as long as you’re white and heterosexual, because quality control.

Republicans are going to get much fitter in the next two years; I hear you have to park your Make America Great Again bumper sticker at least six blocks away from Planned Parenthood when you go in for your STD shots.

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January 31, 2018

They moved the gravestones, but they didn’t move the bodies

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An 1876 map showing Laurel Cemetery.

It was an historic Baltimore, Maryland, cemetery, dating back to 1852, full of famous names and firsts. Businessmen decided on a mini-mall, instead, and moved in for a real estate kill. They promised to relocate all remains. They didn’t.

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