This happened yesterday; grateful for the antifa protesters! On the 8th of February, between 100 and 150 members of Patriot Front marched under intense pressure from a few dozen anti-Fascist activists from the Lincoln Memorial to the US Capitol and finally the parking garage their vans were waiting in. Every step of the way MPD … Continue reading Outnumbered antifa delay, obstruct largest DC area fascist march since Charlottesville — DC Direct Action News
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Learn trans history; celebrate trans history! One of the most prevalent attacks on trans people in the US, from both the left and the right, is that trans identity is a product of modern times and cannot be found in preceding eras. This is a product of selective history at best and intentional erasure … Continue reading [Reblog]Remembering and Unerasing Trans History: Two Medieval Writings on Trans Identity — The Red Phoenix
When are we going to stop doing this to each other? I made a post yesterday wishing all my queer members a happy pride day and of course those who didn’t agree had to say they’re unfollowing and that “Atheists subscribe to nature, science, logic. (since when?) This pride stuff isn’t natural or logical.”(homosexuality … Continue reading Black Atheists That Have a Problem with Homosexuality, What the Fuck is Your Problem? — Black Atheists
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Since the inception of cinema, portrayals of Native Americans/Indians has generally been TERRIBLE. Even today, it’s still apparently hard for Hollywood to get it right, with 2015’s Pan refusing to cast or even consider a Native Actress to portray Tiger Lily and casting lily-white Rooney Mara in her place, and 2013’s The Lone Ranger claiming … Continue reading The Problem of Pocahontas — The Flying Red Robot (REBLOG)
Kevin Hart this month withdrew from hosting the 91st Academy Awards following the unearthing of past homophobic tweets and jokes. Jason Okundaye discusses the blacklash, the sense of betrayal and how for black LGBTQ+ people, it’s more than “just a joke” Content note: This article contains uncensored homophobic slurs, links to homophobic comedy videos and […] … Continue reading [Reblog]Kevin Hart and the betrayal of black LGBTQ+ people by straight black comedians — Media Diversified