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On a Sunday morning, during the first-world battle of people preparing for the holiday season, I decided to take a break from my Christmas shopping and venture into the overly … Continue reading Why I’m Standing Up For Ivanka Trump
Indeed, I am a white, relatively privileged woman, and so my thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement may not be of the upmost value. I do not share experiences … Continue reading The Thing With ‘Black Lives Matter’
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Oh Justin, all you have to do is stand there and look pretty – no one expects you to talk (especially when you say stupid shit)
Here are the top 10 tweets that American citizens have posted since his election as commander-in-chief, displaying how this outcome has already changed our society: