Race war, wage war, and the war on women.
I feel defeated. I am tired. I have hate in me.
By Jennah Pascual
Race war, wage war, and the war on women. As a mixed race, middle-class, single woman, I am 3 for 3. It's hard enough constantly looking over my shoulder on a run outside, hoping I don't get shot based on my skin color.
Even worse was actually seeing my white-passing Hispanic relatives worshipping Trump and calling us Black protestors monkeys who live off of the government. My company refusing to reinstate my salary, my raises, my 401k benefits, and giving my promotion away to a less experienced and educated racist white woman didn't qualify me for any financial assistance; let's not even get into inflation. And now? I have to watch my rights as a woman get taken away.
The cherry on top? Seeing my Trump loving cousin post a video saying people make "anything" up to support murder in response to women speaking on now having to have the babies of rapists probably pushed me over the edge as a rape victim myself.
I don't have any beautiful, empowering, or uplifting words today.
I feel defeated.
I am tired.
I have hate in me.
I only have two words for men in women's business and women against women: