by: In Our Words Staff
This week in racism, Anthropologie goes for the kitschy gold.
Meanwhile, Colin Powell goes for the jugular, or rather, the “dark vein of racism”. Hell yes, sir.
And instead of selling something, these Brooklyn billboards are inform public.
A New York teacher was fired for being transgendered, as the prinicipal considers it “worse than (being) gay”; because you have to hate as many people as possible, and rank that hatred. Luckily people are outraged and petitioning, we want to know who thought saying the person was fired for completely “non-discriminatory reasons” was fooling anyone?
Department of Housing and Urban Development fights to a settlement for a lesbian couple.
In a moment that makes Patrick want to actually start watching Girls, Lesley at xojane deftly handles peoples criticisms of Lena Dunham’s nudity.
And this makes Patrick feel more like this.
Also, our loves over at The Qu have started The Qucast! Listen to them gab about the Golden Globes.
Finally, Rachel Maddow beautifully eulogizes PFLAG founder Jeanne Manford— making me a public cryer.