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With those five words, Seales, who stars in “Insecure,” rebuffed centuries of antagonism that black women, and black people, have faced for voicing their opinions in manners not respectable enough for others.
And in the same breath, she called into question Jenner’s white and class privilege and how the former Olympian’s transgender identity would appear at odds with her political beliefs.
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If we gave any energy to expecting people who know better, to know better, we’d go crazy. They’re ignorant because they’re choosing ignorance in the face of facts.
All these politicians know better; they’re choosing to be this way. And a lot of it is not even shit that they actually believe; it’s what they’re driven by.
We have two guests that come every month to compete in a number of games that I write and create. It creates conversation and it exposes audiences who don’t typically have access to that conversation to the point of view of black folks.
Others in attendance included comedian and activist Margaret Cho, CNN commentators Van Jones and Ana Navarro and recording artist Yung Skeeter.People get bored, or they get diverted, or they have a baby.The stamina part is the key, and that comes from having people around you that believe in you. When you’re not making money and you don’t want to keep asking people for shit, you’re like, back in 2012, and we needed money.That portion of the conversation trended online for days.“I feel like so often we have people brought to the table to have these ‘discourse’ conversations and all they're doing is being passive with each other and trying not to hurt anyone’s feelings,” Seales said just days later.
“But there’s a reason why the phrase ‘the truth hurts’ exists, because it can be very painful to face the facts.…“We are in this world now where we [are] letting everything slide because we don't want someone to not like us.
The comedian has quickly gained popularity from playing Tiffany alongside Issa Rae on HBO’s , performing standup, hosting a monthly comedy show celebrating black culture, and writing and producing a popular web series — among other things. When she says she’s been in the business for a long time, she means it — and she has the credits to prove it.