White Women Wore Hoodies to a Tennessee Mall to Prove Its Hoodie Policy Only Targets Black Men

After footage of four black men being escorted out of a mall in Tennessee for wearing hoodies inside, four white women wore hoodies to the same mall to see if the policy was meant for everyone. And, yep, you guessed it, the women were able to walk freely around the mall with their hoodies—both up and down—without ever…

A Requiem for ‘White Women,’ Which the National Review Says Is a ‘Disparaging Term’

On Sunday, Oct. 14, Kyle Smith, the National Review’s critic-at-large, penned an opinion column alerting the magazine’s conservative readership of a disturbing new trend. Smith’s article lamented the fact that Democrats and people on “the left,” including this writer, are now slandering a sacrosanct segment of…

America Wasn’t Ready for Get Out’s Too Depressing (and Too Realistic) Alternate Ending. Neither Was I

A year after I first watched it—and a day after watching it again on HBO (which seems to have a networkwide mandate to show it 17 times a week now)—the part of Get Out that fucks with me the most is that after Chris discovers Rose’s collection of selfies with the black people she’s lured into lobotomy and slavery, I…

Survey Finds Men of Color Are More Likely to Say Sexual Assault Is a ‘Serious Problem’ Than White Women ... for Real

A new Washington Post-ABC poll surveying Americans’ attitudes toward sexual harassment found that women of color were more likely than other groups to say that sexual harassment in the workplace was a “serious problem.” Among those surveyed, 86 percent of nonwhite women said that workplace sexual harassment was a…

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