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My White Privilege: Acknowledging An Unfair And Automatic Truth In The United States

I will never understand what it is like to be black, and saying anything along the lines that I could, is ignorant. Racism bothers me, and by bother I mean it is like taking a rusty blade to my guts and twisting it slowly. 1,999 more words


I'm Tired.

I didn’t have any intentions on blogging about Ferguson namely because the last thing I wanted to do was to appear as if I’m appealing to current events in some “attempt to be relevant,” as if I’m trying to win some Internet popularity contest. 702 more words

Mental Health!

Okay, how many of you just recoiled at the sight of this title? I’ve probably lost a few readers already, but the topic must be addressed! 623 more words


The Homophobic Truth Behind the Power Rangers


In the year 1993 Fox, television network, released its first- real life action super hero show called (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers). The show centered around five high school students Zack, Kimberly, Billy, Trini and Jason who lived in the small, mythical town of Angel Grove. 1,320 more words


My Momma's Pride

Back before Rainbows were known to exist other than in the light of day…after a fresh and linen covered spring rain, I had thought something amiss. 583 more words


Racist "White Hispanic" Cop And Another Black Teen! Will The Abuse Never Stop!

A few weeks ago, 13-year-old Cameron Simmons called Sumter police because he was upset after fighting with his mom. The teenager told police he didn’t want to live in the house with his family anymore. 

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Secrets from the modern day asylum

This evening, episode 1 of ITV’s new family history series Secrets from the Asylum aired. It delves into the murky world of dreaded Victorian lunatic asylums through the eyes of celebrities who make emotional discoveries about relatives incarcerated in the distant past. 1,143 more words

Mental Health