Sticks, Stones and Shitty Excuses

When oppressive language is spoken within a historically accurate representation of oppressor-to-oppressed, it is never the listener's job to figure out the speaker's intent.

The Onion Apologizes, Now What?

This isn't the first time the media has crossed the line subjecting Black women and girls to misogyny and gendered slurs. And it certainly won't be the last. Here's what you can do to help change that.
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Dedicated to Dee

One woman recounts how her friend, Dee, struggled with depression. After Dee's suicide attempt, her partner of ten years had no say in life-and-death (literally) decisions.