Posts tagged "racism story"

The Soapbox: What Online Prostitution Taught Me About Racism

Racism is a covert agent in our lives. Some claim that it is invisible to them; completely hidden. It is very infrequent that racism openly reveals itself for long enough to be identified, before disappearing, cloaked in discussions about "culture," "socio-economics," "sensitivity," or…
By: Tiffanie Drayton / April 4, 2014

The Soapbox: The Disconnect Between Black Feminism And Gay Activism

I am a black woman and my best friend is a gay man. He came out to me the summer between our senior year of high school and our freshman year of college. "I really need to tell you something," he began, while driving us home from our summer job at the local pool. I…
By: Tiffanie Drayton / November 22, 2013