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PEOPLES <3 kyriarchy is getting you down??! course it is you’re a sentient being well hey hey i’ve found a glorious way to unplug AND decolonize is to kick back to Sleepy Hollow
OMFG this freaking series starring not one but TWO women of color who are foster care survivors totally class bastards <3 and it delves into the complexities of sisterhood blowing the Bechdel Test outta the water and the direction & cinematography is EDGE-OF-YOUR-SEAT tight and at times hilar
also autumn and Halloween it’s just a great seasonal delight totally getting into the Halloween spirit with this! aaaa just watch if you haven’t already srsly it’s the bee’s knees LET’S FANDOM PARTY TOGETHER IN THIS MARVEL OF A SHOW
The above quote though. My gut reaction is to cringe at the phrase “online activism” but when you really think about it everything these online communities provide — free information/literature sharing, community building, consciousness raising, and the free exchange of ideas and critiques are all (more within the self, more passive) forms of activism.
One of my favorite rebuttals of some asshat saying the usual “SJ blogs don’t even do anything because it’s not in real life” was when someone said "If it wasn’t for online activism, I’d still be calling women sluts and whores."
Early on in high school, I would slut shame, make racist jokes, etc. And now I’m a sociology major and I go to a women’s college and constantly read/think/write about intersectional feminism. So fuck anyone who thinks online social justice conversations and blogs don’t “do anything.”
Online activism has helped spread my truth and experience to the point where it’s changed white people’s minds about spending $30,000-$50,000 buying into a system that kidnaps children and sells them to their oppressors, boom
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