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Sep 20
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Thank you. These folks all visually present as cis white women, and thus do not face the same institutional violence and discrimination as people who visibly read as PoC and nonbinary. They just don’t. And if they were really white-passing, cis-passing nonbinary Black activists, they’d understand their privilege Read more

Sep 19
3

Really though, Satcheul Paigelynn? I would have had questions based on the name alone. Read more

Sep 19
5

Yeah, I don’t misgender people under any circumstances but assuming a false racial identity basically throws all other claimed identities into question as well. I wouldn’t put it past these folks to pose as absolutely anything to claim OpPrEsSeD MiNoRiTy brownie points...

Sep 18
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Thank you. I don’t know who these people are but I see nothing weird or inappropriate about this photo, it just looks like a regular father-daughter moment. People just like to be disgusting on the internet.

Sep 15
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Thank you, his creepy controlling behavior was more than evident on the show. The producers tried to spin it into a “romantic” storyline, but viewers weren’t fooled. And it always made me wonder how he behaved toward her behind closed doors, if he was willing to act that way in public. I guess now we know. Ugh.

Sep 15
9

He was obviously unstable on the show, I cringed through the whole finale. They tried to spin his gaslighting and frequent childish outbursts as romantic and passionate, but it was clear he had no idea how to interact with women, especially ones he couldn’t control. And I agree that “grand romantic gestures” are often Read more

Sep 15
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None of this is surprising. If anything, this article understates how creepy his behavior was on their season. I spent the entire finale yelling “GIRL, RUN!” at the screen. She clearly and explicitly dumped him and left the show. He then said “fuck you” to the other two girls who were still interested in him, tracked Read more

Sep 14
4

In general I agree, but Jameela has no qualifications whatsoever to advise women on pregnancy issues. She’s not a doctor, a doula or a women’s health specialist, nor has she ever been heavily pregnant. She doesn’t even seem aware of the actual purpose of pregnancy support wear, which isn’t to make you look “smaller” Read more

Sep 14
13

Have you been pregnant? I know Jameela hasn’t, and Kim and Chrissy have. Coming for pregnancy shapewear is a weird flex to me. Most people don’t use it because they’re “afraid of getting bigger” (hell, getting bigger is pretty much inevitable) but for a feeling of increased support and comfort. When your back and legs Read more

Sep 14
9

These three are so consistently messy online, it was only a matter of time before they collided into a supernova of drama. Loves it. Read more

Sep 14
7

I’m not sure if this is true. My OB suggested a belly band for the last stages of pregnancy, and plenty of Indigenous and African cultures have practiced belly binding for centuries without problems. Some people - especially those with a tilted uterus - carry their pregnancies in such a way that extra lumbar support Read more

Sep 11
3

Yup, and I really hope the LW gets some good counseling to recover from this. They should never been forced into the position of being their clinically depressed father’s therapist/life coach to begin with. That is completely inappropriate and nearly guaranteed to end badly. At the end of the day, he chose to run away Read more

Sep 11
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Yes yes yes, and I just made a similar comment. People are always trying to blame themselves for their loved ones’ suicides, because it gives them back a sense of control in an otherwise uncontrollable situation. If you made it happen, you can prevent it from happening again. It’s much scarier to think people you love Read more

Sep 11
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This is such a good response. Grief is a terrifyingly incomprehensible emotion. It reduces us to our rawest form, and destroys our ability to rationalize or even speak about it. I think the urge to convert it into shame - and take personal responsibility for the grief-inducing event - is really just an attempt to Read more

Sep 10
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People did question her. Multiple Black women in her field found her suspicious. They weren’t listened to. The GWU hiring committee, and the department who gave her tenure, should be SO embarrassed at falling for this pathetic ruse.

Sep 10
4

It was highly problematic. I already didn’t like the way they introduced them, with the camera panning down their naked body in a leering way. It was just a hard to watch subplot from beginning to end. The character had an interesting back story and deserved better.

Sep 10
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I know. He is so talented! I think he has a knack for playing tortured villains who are complex enough to earn our empathy despite their horrible deeds.

Sep 10
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Yup. Either they’re the same person, or the show really wants us to think they’re the same person.

Sep 10
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My thought was the witch was trying to get invited into the house to bypass the protection spell and get her orrery thing back. Or at least that’s what I’m assuming, since this show mashes up a lot of different horror tropes and that’s a popular one from vampire movies.

Sep 9
9

After watching the horrifying HBO show “The Vow”, I’ve come to the conclusion a certain percentage of the population will do anything to own slaves. I don’t get the compulsion, but it exists. For such people, I absolutely agree we need to give them robots. But it probably won’t give them the same sick thrill they get Read more