So I heard Cards Against Humanity is buying up a large block of land along the US/Mexico border. While I think the White House’s Immigration Policy shouldn’t be held accountable by a single card game, I’m impressed. We must all play our part in #resisting ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Today I met Hillary Rodam Clinton.
This month marked a year since the 2016 election, and I surprised myself that those emotions from election night are still there, & a lil raw. Luckily I was able to keep it together & not bawl like a baby in from of her.
What a surreal experience to meet the woman who sparked a movement that inspired so many people to run for public offices (which we saw victories in VA). And an uptick in community engagement at the grassroots level across America.
She continues to persist, and inspire others by doing what she does best: public service. While we all try to survive the next few years together.
I look forward to reading her book. 💙 #ImWithHer
🚨🚨STOP SEXUALIZING THE FEMALE BODY!!!🚨🚨 This headline ran on various sites. Each website that posted it highlighted the fact that Heidi Klum suffered a "nip slip" while on the beach in Hawaii. This is extremely troubling and disappointing that they'd use this incident to headline the story. If you read further you'll see that Heidi was actually saving the lives of her son and her nannies who were ay risk of drowning in the ocean. Yet, they continue to post multiple pictures of her exposed body. If it wasn't for her, they may have died. SHE SAVED THEIR LIVES!! Why not make that the headline instead of focusing on her body!? Why do they think it's okay to turn a traumatic experience for her and her family into a sexualized headline just for attention? Our culture and society constantly sexualized the female body and this is a prime example. They use these headlines to get attention and clicks. It's a vicious cycle and it's needs to stop!
Can you think of any other examples of this? Share your thoughts down below! 👇🏾 #FWBW
If you get a chance to visit @whitneymuseum, check out An Incomplete History of Protest: The exhibit from Gorilla Girls really spoke to me, especially in this climate of #metoo . Once I started reading about the Gorilla Girls, I could stop- they are SAVAGE. They say, “If you're in a situation where you're a little afraid to speak up, put a mask on. You won't believe what comes out of your mouth." - In 1985, the Guerrilla Girls, set out to shame the art world for its underrepresentation of women artists, referring to themselves as "the conscience of the art world.” I might try putting on a Gorilla 🦍 mask just to see what happens. Anybody with me?
i love the Met but yesterday there were three people who were very obviously Theatre Kids™️ who were for some reason doing these like obnoxious fake french accents?? and talking like very loudly the whole time about literally nothing at all. ngl i think they were probably from my school so if you’re reading this hello i h8 u