Taking The Pink Pill — The Virtual Politics of the Black Femininity Movement

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First, I want to preface this piece with the fact that when this title popped into my head, I was sitting on the bus, staring out of the window, and contemplating the meaning of life (as per usual). The title was quite clever, if I say so myself. A play on my love of The Matrix and a reference to the “Red Pill” subcultures found within online communities like…

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Faithe J Day

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Writer, Creator, and Educator. Millennial and Internet Expert. https://fjday.com

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