White women have it so hard compared to blacks of both sexes
Such a major concern to Ann Althouse it deserves a post:
”It is a shame that we haven’t started a better conversation, not only about the fixes like the day care that was just mentioned, but a deeper conversation about how to reorganize the work world, so you don’t need to be a superwoman at work and a superwoman at home at the same time. That’s never been realistic,...."
Ann's concern, about men touching women, apparently focusses on black men bearing kisses
Such a tiny concern to Ann Althouse, it doesn't deserve a post:
The great sadness of racism’s persistent shadow does color everything for a black person. It can be extremely difficult to calibrate how to express this reality to others. That doesn’t mean their perspective is incorrect, but it still may be better to train young blacks (or Muslims) that they do have to be supermen to overcome and deal with these recurrent upsetting experiences in order to overcome these obstacles. Most white people can only quasi-experience this through movies like “12 Years a Slave” and “The Butler.”
I'm getting Ann's Civil Rights message loud and clear
Ann made a point of admitting she never went to see 12 Years a Slave, which speaks volumes - about Ann.
Some women think this image means they're complex rather than crazy
Jesus, I think I'm losing respect for this woman by the minute,...