10 Reasons To Stop Policing Our Anger (And What You Can Do Instead)

Since Trump’s election, my social media feeds are full of people from traditionally oppressed groups (women, LGBTQ, people of color, religious minorities) posting about their anger at current events and people from traditionally privileged groups (white men, often Christian) shaming them for their anger. The policing of our emotions perpetuates a culture of silencing that allows racism and misogyny to thrive. I wrote an article for Bust Magazine about this; you can read it here.

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