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Why don’t we include Irish and other white cultures in discussions of race in the US? You might bring this up to argue that white people experience racism, too – but here’s Kat Blaque on what you’re missing.
As feminists, we’re trying to eradicate harmful gender norms. Have you ever wondered if that means accepting trans people perpetuates gender stereotypes? Kat Blaque gets this question a lot, and here’s her smart answer.
People criticize Kat Blaque for “limiting” free speech by banning them – and we sure know how that goes. Here’s what freedom of speech really means – and why it’s not under attack when you’re banned for hurtful language.