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What The Hell Is Wrong With You? ‪#‎wthiwwy‬

What The Hell Is Wrong With You?
‪#‎wthiwwy‬
By Faith Cheltenham

For Gamergate and the men violently hating on women.

For the dudes who boycotted Star Wars because it had no white male lead but featured a few people of color and cast a woman or three.

For the folks clamboring to eat brunch or drive on freeways when they have the privilege to experience ‪#‎BlackLivesMatter‬.

For all the folks who shushed Jennicet when she spoke up to President Obama on the subject of ‪#‎Not1More‬ and demanded an end to the detention of transgender Latinas.

For those that tried and convicted Trayvon for having a hoodie up, a bag of Skittles and a Lipton tea.

For the folks who are killing women by systematically rolling back women's healthcare as part of a plank to eradicate the rights of women.

For the people who whitesplain all over themselves, getting angry at any evidence of independent Black thought and resiliency, whether it be‪#‎whitefeminism‬ or ‪#‎whitetears‬ or ‪#‎BernieSoBlack‬.

For the folks that tell bisexuals their labels are irrelevant, despite the fact bi people die from higher rates of every health disparity including cancer, and yeah ‪#‎DavidBowie‬ was ‪#‎oneofus‬ and if you'd like to have more beings like him alive, you need to ‪#‎savethebisexuals‬.

For the lovers of racist writers like Lovecraft and Highsmith.

For Charlie Hebdo and it's mockery of the ongoing and quite current deaths of Syrian toddlers.

For the authorities that locked up the Lesvos lifeguards instead of letting them save Syrian toddlers from drowning last Friday.
Donate to help: bit.ly/WildLesvosFund

For the LGBTQ advocates that would enjoy the freedom to marry while ignoring calls for a ‪#‎freepalestine‬ and the right to a Creating Change conference free of ‪#‎pinkwashing‬.
bit.ly/CC2016Pinkwash

For the Sad Puppies.

For the Oregon "militia" and their missing snacks.

For all the folks who are voting Trump.

For all those who would trade one oppression for another.

On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I recommend the hashtag #wthiwwy for your use!

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What The Hell Is Wrong With You?
#wthiwwy
Pronounced "with-ee-wee"

'cause of something K Tempest Bradford said that got me thinking...and forEyad M Alkurabi who is always inspiring me. And of course for the Wild...

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