What was it like coming out in the 60's, 70's and 80's for Black lesbians and bi-sexual women like Audre Lorde, Angela Davis and June Jordan? What is like coming out in these anti-lesbian times?
The DaddiGirl Griot breaks down the Co-Opting of the Black feminist inteligencia and explains how social activists use the term "Intersectionality" and the #MeToo movement without centering the Black females who created this game changing terminology and epic social movement.
I'm tired of all the PC gender identity politics and the tactics used to silence females. Let's get real people... ain't nobody telling men to tuck their dicks between their legs. It's time for a "pussy strike!"
A lady just wants to use the public restroom without incident! Laugh while you learn the harsh yet funny story of a butch lesbian's struggle to urinate in peace.
Menopause, that life changing event that's got you twisted...but nobody wants you to talk about it! Screw that body shaming, the DaddiGirl ain't havin it and nor should you!