I took the following image from Twitter the other day, which was posted by the United Nations: It’s for a UN campaign against “hate speech” and it is clearly meant to scare people into believing that “words can be violence.” Just like a grenade! BOOM!
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Revisiting Richard Rodriguez's polarizing book almost 30 years later
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Or why you should never meet your idols, and by you I mean me
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Sorry but "latine" isn't a word either, weirdosJust so we’re clear, “latine” isn’t a word any more than “latinx” is. What the fuck is a “U.S. Latine”? Sounds like a toilet. Stop using these m…
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Truth be told, I always forget that it’s “hispanic heritage month” because 1.) it starts in the middle of the month 2.) it’s just more gross…
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On critiquing the fetishization of "foo" culture Or They're laughing at you, not with you, menso
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Breaking: Latinx is more offensive than beaner!So, according to the very unscientific poll I did on Instagram asking the question of the decade: Which is more offensive, beaner or latinx, alm…
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I’m not sure if this is the same for everyone but I clearly remember the first time I was called a beaner to my face. It was the 80s and I was in the…
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