“How do we get free?”
In The Good Fight, Christine Baranski finds herself in free fall—just like the rest of the country.
"The self-loathing came easy. Learning to love myself was harder...I choose daily to reject a narrative that says I am less beautiful because of my ethnicity."
"This harsh new world created a dangerous fantasy for young boys of color—that sex and the potential promise of white love could keep us safe."
The revolution starts in the cracks.
Though it would be dope to live in a world where “love is love” and no one’s sexual pleasure has any effect on another’s suffering, that is not the world in which we live.
To fetishize race is to give power to stereotypes...