Here’s Mindy Chateauvert, sex worker researcher and author of the upcoming book, Sex Workers Unite! A History of the Movement from Stonewall to Slutwalk, coming out in January, in a comment in Tits and Sass. Peechington Marie and other Black sex worker readers of Tits and Sass, this is a…
i literally just saw this buddy. did a white woman just come through and
well jesus let me find some things to throw.
like did she just show up to say she was the first one who wrote the words? I sincerely doubt that and to be quite honest, I’m going to do my due diligence and research but the truth is I don’t give a shit.
she might have pulled the words “the politics of respectability” out of her fairy magical white sookie stackhouse type vagine in 1992, and if I research it and find out she did, tbph, idgaf. Because she couldn’t even deign to make the comment on my writing. She couldn’t even address me directly or address it on the addendum.
nope, wasn’t good enough to say it there, had to say it around the other white people who are obviously more important. and have always been more important.
why do ppl keep doubting me when i say white feminism is bullshit all the way around.