Good morning(ish). Here are some things I read this week.
After #SolidarityIsForWhiteWomen: So You Want To Be An Ally, Now What? (Mikki Kendall)- A really valuable guide to being an ally, a must read.
Will the UK ever give up on its racist immigration policy? (Wail Qasim)- The definitive article on UK immigration policy.
Boris loves Aussies. Well, certain Aussies anyway… (The Rant Mistress)- Pointing out some hypocrisy in the latest racist shit coming from Tories.
When debate is worse than silence (fearlessknits)- On those times where debate is just awful.
The Protocols of the Elders of Feminism (sometimes it’s just a cigar)- On feminism’s problem with accepting TERfs.
Guilt, choice, and responsibility in the austerity kitchen (Ramona’s blog)- Ramona smashes a common bit of bullshit.
Dear Jamie Oliver… (Miss South)- Absolute evisceration of the bullshit dripping from Jamie Oliver’s fat-tongued mouth.
Consent, Sex Ed and Young People (Bishtraining)- An excellent analysis.
FilmScape (Lindsay McLeod)- A short story documenting a very plausible future.
And finally, I want to get this tattooed on me.
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The Myth of “Emotion vs. Logic” and The Reality of Oppression http://www.gradientlair.com/post/59619081725/emotion-logic-myth-oppression-reality-race-gender