I want to talk, but I don’t know what I want to talk about and I don’t feel like I have anyone to talk to.
Instead, I’m going to do the dishes, eat this amazing ass muffin, buy something by Kei Miller, email my lecturer with my woes (I hope, I’ve been putting it off for weeks). Yeah, sounds good.
Today is the first day of
OctoberUK Black History Month
and if this month, you get the burning itch to ask “Why isn’t there a white history month?????????”
be glad that the history of white people isn’t minimised to such an extent that it is (just about) acknowledged for one…
On Tuesday, the network will launch We Need To Talk, a nationally-televised, all-female, hour-long, once-a-week sports show, airing at 10 p.m. Eastern on CBS Sports Network. The show’s title is a mess but the quality of on-air staffers and behind-the-scenes people is first rate. If given time to develop — and that should happen with the CBS Sports Network not yet rated for viewership — We Need To Talk has the potential to be outstanding.
“I’m serious about this — I want this show to succeed for all these little girls across the country who sit and watch baseball games with their Dads and Moms and want to get into this business and have been — and I choose these words carefully — relegated to three minutes during a football game,” said Emilie Deutsch, one of the show’s coordinating producers along with Suzanne Smith.
“It’s time. It’s time for women to have a real platform. It’s time for women to have more of an opportunity than to be relegated to three minutes during a three-hour game. When you are a little girl looking for role models in television, this show will now hopefully provide that.”
YES!!! OMG YES!!!!!!!!!!!!