I honestly hate that I have to stop what I am doing to address this situation.
I have a million and one other things to be doing but I came to the conclusion that there's never going to be a right time, a comfortable time or a convenient time to stand up to oppression.
I have made it my life's work to see to it that all people feel accepted- from refugees to adults and children with special needs; but I have never wanted to make my activism personal or work from a point of trauma or pain so this was a difficult thing to come to terms with. The ignorance, the disregards the overall feelings of being tokenized and in the end just being collateral damage for a brand who is LITERALLY selling us our own feminism.
So, on that note, the video will be up today on my friend I Am Eloho's youtube page (@iam_eloho). We're doing an interview style discussion and people can even ask questions.
12 pm NYC / 5 pm London