White people and our obsession with labels. Hello, my name is Erynn and I’m white. Oh I know, you don’t see colour. Well, I’m sure you believe that. I’m going to keep talking about it though because whether you see it or not, it’s there. Is ‘white’ an insufficient introduction? If I weren’t white, you’d already have … Continue readingWe Are What We Are
No one hates white women as much as they hate themselves. This article has a Part I which establishes the shattered identity of white women following the 2016 election and the Women’s March on Washington. I forget about the brainwashing process. I suppose that’s the point, but it still surprises me whenever I realize I’ve … Continue readingThe State of White Women — Part ||
The State of White Women White women, this is not another piece about how you’ve messed up. The election campaign was hard. It was hard for so many people, for so many reasons. But I want to talk about how it affected white women.
On Ghostbusters: I have to say something, I have to, because for the first time in my life I felt something that I had never felt before. I sat in that theatre and though I’ve been watching movies my entire life I saw and felt something completely new.