Jasmine Masters was Right: Symone's Snub and What it Means for Racial Politics on ‘RuPaul's Drag Race’
It’s disappointing to see what “RuPaul’s Drag Race” has become. Symone should have won this week's episode with her iconic look, but credit was not given where credit was due.
No one looks at me anymore. A curse threatens me and my lineage now that my body is alone.
Day 1: This day they bought 11 men, 6 women, and 3 girls. They bought me. I still hold onto his face.
When race is brought up but is not considered beyond the surface level, it does a disservice to the development of the characters and the topic of race as a whole.
Rankine employs a sophisticated inclusion of sources to beautifully represent the difficulties of speaking on race as a Black person.
Being cooped up in the apartment all day and night became dreadful week after week, especially considering I had to share a room.
i am dead but i am not gone and departure is no longer in my sight because you wont let me flee or let me let myself stand up and walk across the water
My name is Sam. That is not my name. They eat my name, and they eat the name of my brother.
Lady Gaga dropped the video we’ve all been waiting for. The music video (or, per Gaga, “short film”) for “911” has landed.
The family exists through the television, and through that television, sitting right there on our couches, we were a part of that family. We were a part of that dream.
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