Charda Gregory abducted, humiliated, violated, restrained, scalped and tortured.
If this were reversed, with black police officers who were sworn to uphold peace and justice but instead were documented victimizing a white woman (who was already a victim), this news would have trumped the Olympics!
Truncated version: drugged at a party, abducted to a motel, wakes up during unwanted sexual violation in a motel room full of strangers, fights like hell to escape, motel employee calls the authorities, she gets arrested for destroying motel property and it just gets worst from there.
Every officer who participated in it and even those who witnessed it and did nothing should be punished but instead they just fired the woman?
No rape kit, no police report on the people inside the motel room, no investigation of her claims, no accountability for missing motel entry records, no video from the motel but she gets detained for fourteen days?
(Btw, when did your tax dollars begin purchasing Abu Ghraib type water boarding chairs?)
I get angrier and angrier everyday when I see things like this.
From the documentary - Tears of Gaza
I urge every single cis person to explore where their gender comes from.
Critically analyze sex dimorphic theory and whether it is useful at all, much less useful enough to justify how restrictive it is.
Consider becoming trans. Consider becoming less cis. Rethink your gender,…
Photographic direction, catalogue, lookbook & photography for an exhibition celebrating the traditional Finnish clothing label R Collection
Rectángulos y anamorfosis. 2005.
Lápices de acuarela, gesso sobre lienzo.
60 x 60 x 5 cm.
I was speaking to a friend in Gaza and he told me that his little cousin is writing her name all over her body with her markers, just in case she gets blown up and no one can identify her. She is 11 years old. 11. The psychological pain and trauma the Palestinian children go through is absolutely repulsive.
Message for het couples: lesbian/bi/pan/queer women are not tools for you to use to add spice to the bedroom or fan the flames of your dwindling sex life, please stop objectifying us
Then and now
But notice how this headline from the civil rights era is more sympathetic to the victims than most you’d see today.
^^^^ The ABOVE COMMENT.