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White Feminists Are Mad Venus and Serena Williams’ Story Centres Their Dad

On King Richard, feminism and black fatherhood

(via Warner Bros. Entertainment)

Will Smith’s King Richard is making white feminists on Twitter lose their marbles and… it’s bizarre.

I know I am late to the party discussing this movie. Like an idiot, I bought the wrong tickets last weekend, and by the time I realized…

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Laquesha Bailey

Laquesha Bailey

4th-year undergrad | 3x Top Writer in Feminism and Social Media | I write about race, self and whatever else piques my interest | laqueshabailey15@gmail.com

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