Karen & Becky: How Supremacy is being addressed in White Women like Never Before

One of my friends recently confessed to me her new favorite thing, watching “Karen” videos. I was instantly confused. She then texted me several links, to which I gasped and had to Retweet. It featured a woman in Dallas, Texas, who, after she was asked to put on her mask to check out of the grocery store, rather than simply place it on her face, instead…

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Whitney Alese is a writer & podcaster. Featured in WIRED Magazine (Sept 2020) & I-D Magazine (Dec. 2021) She is based in Philadelphia.

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Whitney Alese

Whitney Alese

Whitney Alese is a writer & podcaster. Featured in WIRED Magazine (Sept 2020) & I-D Magazine (Dec. 2021) She is based in Philadelphia.

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