Saturday, September 22, 2012

Drop It Like It's Hot

 Hello everyone.  It's been awhile since I have done one of these.  After my summer break, I'm trying to get back into the groove of things once again. Below you will find links to pieces that I came across this week.  A link is not an endorsement, it simply means something about the piece caught my attention.  I didn't read the comment section, so please read that at your own risk.

Now that Womanist Musings is up and running again, I am once again in pursuit of new contributors.  If you would like to be a part of the Womanist Musings team, or simply cross post something you have already written, please feel free to send me an email at womanistmusings (at) gmail (dot) com.

Alright everyone, this is your big chance.  Please use the comment section of this post to give a shout out to your work, or anything else that you have found interesting.  That's right, it's time to drop it like it's hot.

On Motherhood and Surviving Sexual Violence
when mansplaining goes too far: buck angel on trans women
I Was Raised By Welfare: A Defense of Social Safety Programs
How Racism Works In the Comic Industry
Born From Two Worlds But Welcomed In None? The Dichotomy of Homosexuality & Race
To Everyone Who Isn’t American Indian
Drug War History – And So It Begins
We Ain't Got Nothing For You Here: Political Race and the Paradox of a Black President
on the “disclosure” myth and the cissexist imagination
A trans man on feminism and bodily autonomy
I’m a Welfare Mom
73-Year-Old Woman Raped and Beaten for Daring to Photograph Public Masturbator
Racism: It’s Elementary!
Black Trans History-Jim McHarris
The myth of how the hijab protects women against sexual assault
Vaginas Are Sperm Depositories and Other Scary Things About the State of New York's Sex Ed Curricula
Chris Brown albums vandalized with ‘this man beats women’ sticker
Victims, Villains, and Heroes
How Sons Of Anarchy blew a chance to say something meaningful about race 
Diversity Is More Than A Bra Size: What It’s Like To Be A Woman Of Color In The Lingerie Industry
The fallacy of the phrase, 'the Muslim world' 
The Innocence of White People