In conclusion, adults can be wildly dumb.
'Cause sometimes you just have to vent.
Because being a woman doesn’t mean you're free from misogynistic thoughts.
Everyone's been conditioned by wacky norms about how to treat women, even our best friends, our families, and our baes.
Edges laid = day slayed
Why are we so mean to moms? (Yes, I'm talking to you.)
Students now want presidential candidates ahead of Wisconsin's primary to acknowledge #TheRealUW movement that was created in response to a series of racist incidents on campus.
"Did you transition because you thought you were an ugly girl?"
How many of these moments can you relate to?
No, I'm not happy to "just be here." Racism doesn't vanish the moment we set foot into the ivory towers and glittering soirees of the literati.
The organization behind the video, Hatch, defines a microaggression as "a form of unintentional discrimination."
You don't hear overtly racist language very often these days. Here are some words with a subtler implication.
It takes strength to be homo for the holidays.
Coming to theaters this fall, an uplifting and inspiring film about how people of color need a white person to teach them how to walk and chew bubble gum at the same time.
Because words mean things. And also, you don't want to offend anyone.
The network’s president, Stephen Friedman, talked to BuzzFeed about the “Look Different” campaign. Coming soon: “Untitled Whiteness Project” and “Racial Bias Cleanse.”
NYU students are sharing the microaggressions they've experienced in this powerful photo project. The organizers have created a four-page proposal to turn these shared experiences into action.
"Oh my god, quit being so sensitive."
"...I'm not being homophobic, you're just being too sensitive..."
A photographer at Fordham asked her peers to write down the microaggressions they've encountered. Here is what they had to say.