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In school the administrators are in charge, they are allowed to search, they are allowed to question they have the fewest safe guards in place of any state investigator. A lot of things like the drug war and zero tolerance got us here along with some epic bad behavior by children. Behave as a standard photo app, but allow unlocking with a hidden sequence to show the extended image set.
I was twelve, and walking with my friend on the side of the highway on our way to Burger King. Being that I was the only one of us that needed to even wear a bra, I knew that comment was directed at me. Tears hot in my eyes, I crossed my arms over my chest, the words seared into my brain.
As a woman who has dealt with plenty of unwelcome judgment in her life, I have always been a little uneasy about the idea of beauty pageants. But ever since I became a mother to my own little girl, that discomfort has deepened into something far more urgent. When I look at my daughter, I think about everything that….
So what is more offensive? The video then has the sweet, princessified little girls tackle a bunch of feminist issues, namely the pay gap, violence against women, and sexual assault — all while swearing up a storm, of course. There is nothing feminist about using little girls as props in order to sell t-shirts — in fact, I would argue that this is the opposite of feminism.
Some of the comments actually bring up valid arguments. However, other comments are asinine at best, problematic at worst. It suggests that by saying the F-word, these poor girls have lost their purity to swearing.
In fact, one image posted to a Google Photos page showed a pile of these shirts at the rally site. Several websites grossly misrepresented and over-simplified Facebook's actions during the Ireland Eighth Amendment referendum campaign. Fans of the late rapper Nipsey Hussle urged Crayola to name its blue crayon "Nipsey Blue" after the musician's death.
And while she says the F-word with her finger this time, she and four other little girls of different races drop the F-bomb repeatedly. And guess what, this video is proof that men want the same rights and equality for women, since this video is produced by Mike Kon. It is shocking what they are saying, but the real shock is that women are still paid less than men for the same work innot the use of the F-word.
InLela scribbled this drawing while she was taking an Asian American studies class. Learning about the lack of Asian images in popular culture made her think, "Maybe there could be an Asian doll one day…". Early drawing of the Angry Little Asian Girl. She gave the Angry Little Asian Girl some angry eyes.