June is the intersectional month of my dreams. For one, Pride. I still fantasize about the day Facebook will reinstate my pride reacts so that I can emote exclusively in 'gay woman'. Two: Loving day, where the Supreme Court only 52 years ago decided interracial marriage was legal (Fun Fact: Alabama didn't legalize interracial marriage … Continue reading Say It Loud: It’s Juneteenth, and I’m Proud!
There are many ways in which you may have been exposed to the legacy of New Orleans Chef, Leah Chase. Of all those ways, odd's are your school history books weren't one of them. I must admit, I personally remained ignorant to her importance in both the culinary world and Civil Rights Movement until recently. … Continue reading New Orleans Honors it’s “Queen of Creole Cuisine”, Civil Rights Activist, and Disney Princess Leah Chase, 96.
Update: Since expressing her concern, The Sweet Feminist has now been tagged in Cyrus's post, but nothing has been said about compensating the original artist. Contacted directly by Cyrus on the post calling out the indiscretion, Cyrus writes "Hi, We saw the image online and didn't realize it was yours. We will absolutely tag you … Continue reading Miley Cyrus Accused of Stealing Art From Fellow Feminist