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Absurd reach but no one seems to notice…

Now Exercise and Physical Fitness Are Racist!

“It was super interesting reading the reflections of fitness enthusiasts in the early 20th century. They said we should get rid of corsets, corsets are an assault on women’s form, and that women should be lifting weights and gaining strength. At first, you feel like this is so progressive,” she began. “Then you keep reading, and they’re saying white women should start building up their strength because we need more white babies. They’re writing during an incredible amount of immigration, soon after enslaved people have been emancipated. This is totally part of a white supremacy project. So that was a real ‘holy crap’ moment as a historian, where deep archival research really reveals the contradictions of this moment.”



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What will they call the brown-like colored sweet bakery squares that would not be considered “racist”?...Squaw Valley will always be called Squaw Valley as well as the bread…by me…

Canada's Girl Scouts will drop the name 'Brownie' - for its youngest members - because the term is 'racist'... members who will now be called 'Embers'

· The name change was announced on Wednesday by Girls Guide of Canada

· The 'Embers' are the seven-and-eight year old girls troupe

· There was a nationwide search to find the right name for the branch


US renames 5 places that used racist slur for a Native woman

The U.S. Department of the Interior announced Thursday that it has given new names to five places that previously included a racist term for a Native American woman.

The renamed sites are in California, North Dakota, Tennessee and Texas, completing a yearlong process to remove the historically offensive word “squaw” from geographic names across the country.



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Hahahahaah…idiot white, guilt ridden executives find out that worthless virtue signaling is a stupid marketing plan….Duh

M&M’S to shelve character mascots because ‘even a candy’s shoes can be polarizing’

America, let’s talk. In the last year, we’ve made some changes to our beloved spokescandies. We weren’t sure if anyone would even notice. And we definitely didn’t think it would break the internet. But now we get it — even a candy’s shoes can polarizing. Which was the last thing M&M’S wanted since we’re all about bringing people together.

Therefore, we have decided to take an indefinite pause from the spokescandies. In their place, we are proud to introduce a spokesperson America can agree on: the beloved Maya Rudolph. We are confident Ms. Rudolph will champion the power of fun to create a world where everyone feels they belong.

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