Don't Oppress My People With Your Acceptance And Compliments
In the pages of the Guardian, an elaborate humblebrag, care of race-grifter Natalie Morris: It's often hard to…
It’s often hard to articulate why something that sounds like a compliment can be so harmful. On the racism scale, being told that you’re beautiful is hardly the worst thing that can happen. But just because something presents as a positive on the surface, doesn’t mean we shouldn’t dig deeper into the wider implications of this phenomenon….
it’s impossible to see the rise of mixed beauty ideals as a positive thing, because at its heart sits an unsettling insistence on white superiority.