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tofupapi replied to your post “while she might not have been using the black women as props per say theres no denying that she was taking things from black culture to use for her own benefit in those few seconds which is harmful as well”

It’d be weird to have a video featuring a bunch of different styles of dance without hip-hop dance included tbh. Also when did a founding member of odd future become the arbiter of what is or isn’t problematic lol

yeup like if she hadn’t included hip-hop tumblr would p much be all about “look at taylor swift’s white ass video she featured every kind of dance except hip-hop, she’s racist!!!” 

like idk i love earl sweatshirt he probably should’ve watched the video tho

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What would have once sounded like a “far-fetched feminist fantasy” – women forming the majority of a parliament – is a reality in Rwanda.
In fact, women are making gains throughout Africa, but these achievements have been met with a loud silence from the western feminist movement. 
African women are blazing a feminist trail - why don’t we hear their voices? (The Guardian)

leanin:

What would have once sounded like a “far-fetched feminist fantasy” – women forming the majority of a parliament – is a reality in Rwanda.

In fact, women are making gains throughout Africa, but these achievements have been met with a loud silence from the western feminist movement. 

African women are blazing a feminist trail - why don’t we hear their voices? (The Guardian)

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Anonymous asked:
while she might not have been using the black women as props per say theres no denying that she was taking things from black culture to use for her own benefit in those few seconds which is harmful as well

like…alright i disagree with you on that but i see where you’re coming from.

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