I believe it is hard enough to feel empowered as a marginalized woman in today’s society — that it…
Dominique Matti

Whereas it is not anybody’s place to police the ways people empower themselves you must agree with me that our words are powerful and do impact the lives of people as evidenced by your visceral response to Erykah Badu’s tweets.

The point I am trying to make is that Erykah went off on an extreme tangent and you also equally went off on the opposite extreme tangent. Where we want to be is in a moderate place where we are not encouraging behaviors adverse to the individual or the general populace.

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