Got Toxic Whiteness? Feminists Have the Cure

Got Toxic Whiteness? Feminists Have the Cure

Got Toxic Whiteness? Feminists Have the Cure

If you’re a white person reading this — even a white woman — you probably have toxic whiteness, but you don’t even know it. Here you are going to work every day, interacting with POC (that’s People of Color, for those of you who aren’t woke), but you don’t even know how deadly you really are. Simply because you’re white.

But there’s a cure for that. It’s a seminar from the gals (see what I did there?) at Everyday Feminism entitled “Healing from Internalized Whiteness.”

Everyday Feminism first launched this dreck last year as an online course. Of course you had to pay money for it — $97, in fact. (What, did you think they’d hand out woke wisdom for free?) But since then they’ve gone uptown. Now they’re promoting a three-day event next year in Washington, DC; Oakland, CA; and New York City.

Moreover, if you’re a woman who plans to attend the January 19th Women’s March in DC, you really have it made. The DC toxic whiteness seminar has been scheduled “to accommodate people attending the Women’s March in DC.” Well, isn’t that white of them — oops.

The regular fee to attend will set you back $475. However, if you make under $30K per year (e.g., if you’re a poor white person living in Appalachia) you’ll pay only $350 to learn how you, as a low-income white woman, are privileged.

Self-awareness isn’t feminism’s strong suit, is it?

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Now you’re probably wondering why in the wide, wide world of (male-dominated) sports you as a white woman need this seminar? After all, you don’t feel like you’re privileged. You don’t think you have ‘toxic whiteness.’

Oh, but friends, you do have it. You just don’t know it.

Let Sandra Kim, the seminar’s founder, inform you:

“Privilege means that you don’t know what you don’t know.”

Okaaaay. . . And, for $475, she’ll explain it all.

For example, on the first day you’ll learn that “it’s impossible for you to not have internalized whiteness.” Why? Because you grew up in America’s racist paradise — which millions of people clamor to enter every year, but never mind that.

Then on the second day, you’ll learn how to stop hating yourself for being white. I dunno, that hasn’t been a problem for me. Nor do I accept the idea that I should hate myself for being white. As the cliché goes, “it is what it is.”

And finally, you’ll learn how to heal all those relationships you torpedoed when you told your white relatives that they, too, should feel guilty about being white. Plus, you can “inspire them with your anti-racism journey,” too.

And if you believe that, may I interest you in a bridge?

Or, you can save tons of money and laugh at this video, for free:

Now you might wonder why anyone should even care about this seminar. Yes, I’ve heard the argument over and over: “who cares?”

Well, you should. This ‘toxic whiteness’ theory is infiltrating our colleges, entertainment, social media, and it eventually ends up in our culture. As the late Andrew Breitbart said, “Politics is downstream from culture.” And as our Marta pointed out, a member of Congress already would like to regulate free speech.

So stay aware. But don’t worry if you have a genetic case of ‘toxic whiteness.’ If you are honest and respectful in your dealings with all people, you don’t have to worry about something that doesn’t even exist.


Featured image: Brand X Studio. 

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Kim is a pint-sized patriot who packs some big contradictions. She is a Baby Boomer who never became a hippie, an active Republican who first registered as a Democrat (okay, it was to help a sorority sister's father in his run for sheriff), and a devout Lutheran who practices yoga. Growing up in small-town Indiana, now living in the Kansas City metro, Kim is a conservative Midwestern gal whose heart is also in the Seattle area, where her eldest daughter, son-in-law, and grandson live. Kim is a working speech pathologist who left school system employment behind to subcontract to an agency, and has never looked back. She describes her conservatism as falling in the mold of Russell Kirk's Ten Conservative Principles. Don't know what they are? Google them!

  • GWB says:

    That picture makes me want to grab my wooden stake and garlic. Yeesh.

  • Jim says:

    ”… a member of Congress already would like to regulate free speech.”

    The desire to regulate free speech is spreading at the hands of the socialist left. Here in Australia Gillian Triggs, the past president of the Human Rights Commission stated she wished she could regulate speech ”around the kitchen table”.

  • Bill589 says:

    All I see is toxic racism promoted by the schools, MSM, and too many politicos.

  • CaptDMO says:

    It’s not my fault. Born that way! The Bell curve.
    In fairness, I’m not that close to the “peak” of Bell Curve.
    If it helps, my credit score is ABYSMAL.
    Apparently you can’t get a decent credit rating if you pay all your bills, live within your means, and don’t amass
    a string of debt,paying SOMEBODY’S “extra cash” in interest, for…stuff, NOW!
    Apparently my Snap-On Tool revolving credit account(a cash venture) wasn’t considered.
    But no free cell phone, free lawyers, housing “subsidies” ,(actual) medical attention subsidies, subsidized “higher” education, for ME!
    But tell me MORE about this…toxic

  • Brian Brandt says:

    Maybe I should take this course. Every time there’s a commercial for cars, or restaurants, or personal hygiene products I see people laughing and having fun and barbecuing and they always have Black friends. I don’t have any Black friends. Something must be wrong.

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  • Frank Pastorkovich says:

    I am just waiting for the day for some left looney to tell me that I have white privilege. I will tell them ever so unpolitely to go fly a kite.

  • The workshop registration was kinda vague. If I complete all the training and get woke, do I get a credential of some sort? Like maybe a certificate or a badge or a tattoo or a genitalia-shaped hat? ‘Cause how will P’s of C or other anti-racists know that I’ve taken the cure? Without a credential, I could be some bullshit artist saving the $475 and faking my woke-itude.

    • Joe in PNG says:

      That’s the great thing about this seminar- you get all the smug pleasure of being More Woke Than Others without having to actually, you know, go out and interact with Those People.

      Sure, every really Woke person wants a POC best friend, like on the tv and movies. Someone who’s well to do, well educated, and doesn’t look TOO black/hispanic/ect.

  • Fen says:

    The most short sighted mistake of this century was to force white people to identify as a tribe.

    They are the reason Western Civilization exists. And they are a majority.

    “If you think this has a happy ending, you haven’t been paying attention” – Ramsey Bolton, Game of Thrones

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