Megan Thee Stallion: Why I Speak Up for Black Women | NYT Opinion


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Megan Thee Stallion: Why I Speak Up for Black Women | NYT Opinion



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  1. This was radical in a really cool way. Not only did she include trans women in her op-ed and this video but specifically went out of her way to make it such clear and unflinching inclusiveness that nobody could miss or ignore the choice.

  2. There's hope. Black women are the most disrespected but not the most oppressed. Just like their creator black women can make a way. Black men need to understand what's happening and stand up for their village grandmothers, mothers, aunts, cousins, wives, and girlfriends. Without unity there's nothing for black people in general.

  3. It’s awesome to see powerful established women advocate for one another. I heard with her new platform shes’s going to stand up to NFL, remove Blake’s name from helmets and raise money for all the burnt small businesses in WI.

  4. When you rise to power, success and fame through your individual privilege and opportunities, just to condemn others for the same behavior without addressing your own hypocrisy. But no it's cool guys look up to her, because deep down you'd do the same if given the chance. We have to stop looking up to strangers for a couple of positive and happy actions. Either it's okay for everybody to take advantage of opportunities and privileges not afforded to us all, or it's not.
    Just because somebody is part of a marginalized demographic doesn't make them a hero, especially when the "solutions" they preach are just as ignorant and one sided as the problem it's supposed to solve.
    It's like we're living in a twilight zone episode ya'll are just lost af.

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