“How do I have more power than a white woman?”
“Okay but women do that too”
“Why do you hate black men so much”
Dear Black Men,
Low tops and high skirts
She doesn’t wear bras
Won’t find her in church
Locate her in bars
A hoe never gets cold
But any hoe who’s a hoe knows, that a hoe is always told;
Dress how you wanna be addressed.
They say it’s not victim blaming
Just that prevention is better than cure
Spoken to like an object? Only wanted for sex?
Just don’t dress like a whore!
Like it’s that simple, that easy
A choice to not be objectified
But there’s women in burkas who see men and are still petrified
Because you say that it matters what I wear but it doesn’t
So when I wear next to nothing, hold your lips, fuck your judgement
One rule for one gender, a different rule for another
But when dressed in all black, hooded up and you get stopped
You don’t blame yourself or your clothes, it’s those pigs, fuck the cops
Dress how you wanna be addressed but only if you’re a sister, not a brother. Read more
Why ditch the T in LGBTQ+?
The acronym LGBT, standing for, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender has been in popular use since the early 90’s. The Q, standing for queer or questioning sexuality and the “+” was later added to include those who don’t fall into those often rigid boxes of sexuality and gender identity. So why are people now starting to question the nearing 30 yearlong practice of including transgender people within this vast community? Read more