Bill Kapri is a self hating mumble rapper and rapist with a huge fan base. His “funny” videos and music override his disgusting words and actions. This continues the decades old pattern of straight Black men not being held accountable for their actions within the Black community. Not only is he a terrible person, he … Continue reading Black People Really Support Kodak?
Why do I have to say that black girls matter? Why do I have to make a separate hashtag? It's the fact that black women's lives are disregarded even in our own community. It's the fact that a boycott against R. Kelly and wanting to hold him accountable for the twenty years (and still going) … Continue reading Black Victims Matter
It’s 2017 and women’s bodies are still offending people. This is getting really old. A woman has the right to cover up her body and she has just as much of the right to show it off. We can have sex or we can choose not to. That is no one else’s business. Men post … Continue reading Stop Slut Shaming
Last Saturday, I attended a Slutwalk protest in Detroit. I had been anticipating it for weeks. I was so excited to see all the signs and the outfits. But the Slutwalk is so much more than signs and outfits. It's not just about women walking around half naked. It's about taking a stand against rape … Continue reading Slutwalk Detroit 2017
(After a few months, I'm back writing. No More Distractions.) (Source - Google) rape cul·ture noun noun: rape culture a society or environment whose prevailing social attitudes have the effect of normalizing or trivializing sexual assault and abuse. About a week ago, I was told by a friend that one of our old classmates had … Continue reading Rape Culture in High School