If you’re doing body-positive work, you’re borrowing directly from feminism. And if you’re not owning that and practicing its inherent values, your body positivity is useless.
People of color can lead the charge, but it’s going to take white people getting out there to actually make the change.
As soon as we confront how we as Asian Americans can be complicit in siding with whiteness, we can truly begin to love our communities and ourselves.
In poor neighborhoods all across the country, universities have actively displaced of poor folks of color in the name of gentrification.
Why did this group of disabled people risk their safety for fellow Americans, most of whom would be quick to erase and invisibilize them?
Muslim women have created spaces through hard work and in the pursuit of entrepreneurship and financial independence, and we deserve to be applauded and supported.
Performative call outs that focus on attacking individuals without addressing systemic oppression do nothing to change the discourse.
I remained more invisible than I realized under a giant queer umbrella that I thought conveyed my truth, not realizing the extent to which no one could see it.
I first heard that comment in 8th grade. I tried to laugh it off. It was stupid, right?
We must acknowledge that Latinx folks can be anti-Black, perpetuate anti-Black racism, and can be white supremacists.