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But the thing is, we treat racism in this country like it’s a style that America went through.
) Like most modern comedians, Chris Rock draws upon the offensive for material while managing to make a rather good point about the type of racism in Hollywood today: “…Their prejudice is “sorority racist, like ‘We like you, Ronda, but you’re not a Kappa.’”. So yes, insidious racism is a serious and continuing problem. Where Chris started to lose the vote though, is when he added another taboo subject to his speech. ’” Cue outrage about how Rock can stand up for institutional racism, and call out insidious incidences of it, but won’t do the same for women and institutional sexism. Actresses and their female celebrity counterparts presumably spend a fortune on stylists and private fittings with sought-after designers to look good on the red carpet; personally I’d be offended if I get asked about my outfit.
Chris Rock’s comments resonated when he said: “We want opportunity – give black actors the same opportunities as white actors. There should be more Black people in Hollywood, and every other industry.
The racism he humorously called out is endemic and extreme.
But a far as #Ask Her More goes, I think we all need to just lighten up a bit.
After a tense two years of negotiations, the divorce became final in August.