dont eat potatoes its culturally appropriating to the irish and as a non irish person it offends ME
Potatoes were first grown and domesticated in Peru by the Andean/Inca people. Not in Ireland.
If you’re going to try to make a pathetic joke, at least know what you’re talking about first.
THIS is exactly the kind of shit that shows how engrained racism is in people- there is literally nothing about this picture that points to her being a bad mother. Is it because she has short shorts on? A cami? She’s just a pregnant woman in a convenience store.
You would NEVER see that caption if this were a white woman. And the worst part is that nobody sees anything wrong with this. It has a ton of likes, a ton of people commenting and laughing and making gross comments that I don’t even want to post here.
I am so fucking disgusted right now.
How many white women do you see with their flat asses wearing shorts even shorter than that like I don’t understand why people do this shit. Leave her alone
"She’ll be a great mom."
I guess when it’s 1001 degrees outside, pregnant women are suppose to cover themselves head to toe.
Failing to tag a post as “transmisogyny” and instead only tagging “cissexism/transphobia” when the attack is directed at trans women (ex. use of the t-slur) is an act of erasure and violence.
- Failing to tag a post as “antiblackness” and instead only tagging “racism” when the attack…
It’s actually good not to tag anything as “-phobia” seeing as phobias are actual mental illnesses whereas transphobia, xenophobia, or whatever else is just plain bigotry and oppression. It’s perpetuates stigma against disabled people and excuses the actions of transphobes, xenophobes, etc.
Think of how whenever there’s a shooting by a white guy the media jumps all over themselves to say he had autism or bipolar disorder or whatever else when the guy was actually just a horrible person. Plus autistic and bipolar people don’t go on mass shootings.
Personally, I end those words with -bigotry instead. Like transbigotry or xenobigotry.