Semi-NSFW pics. “Kimberly Klinger, racist, who has been keeping some sort of cat-call spreadsheet in the interest of launching a two-part attack on the neighborhood heterosexual immigrants who harass her with come-ons once or twice a week.”
“If you have been sent here, the likelihood is that someone asked you to draw a black woman at one point and you completely screwed it up…Together, you and I will go through some of the most popular hairstyles for black women.”
“In large part, (producers) are looking for specific types and often times, Asian Americans don’t fit into the casting prerequisites…They are looking for people who are outspoken and outrageous”
“the essay alludes to the belief that people who harbour racist thoughts do so because something bad has happened to them, justifying their beliefs and in some cases, subsequent behaviour towards others.”
“The Truth of Nanking…appears to offer a revisionist take on Japan’s atrocities in Nanjing in 1937, claiming that widely-held accounts of the massacre are actually falsehoods perpetuated by Chinese government conspiracy. It’s absolutely outrageous.”
“the former UC Riverside student…apparently threatened to detonate explosives during commencement in order to scare officials into canceling graduation so he wouldn’t have to tell his parents that he had dropped out
“it sounds as though Washington did use the F-word last fall on set but did not use it around T.R. Knight, and then Knight found out about it and used the incident as an excuse to go after Washington and launch his own career.”
“White men don’t do this to me with the same frequency, so when I pass a group of them on the street, I don’t clench my jaw, tense up, and walk faster. But when I pass Latino men, I assume the worst. Black men, too, sometimes…”
“Respondents generally requested less than $10,000 to become Black. However, they said they’d have to be paid $1 million to give up television for the rest of their lives.”
“It is not very often that American officials apologize to Mexican authorities. But it happened this week when the U.S. Customs and Border Protection said the U.S. government didn’t “intentionally” erect a 5-foot-tall barrier … in Mexico.”
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