melissa mccarthy
People interested in social justice often have a way of fetishizing the causes we think we’re supporting in a way that furthers the problem.
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Making jokes at the expense of others is something I’m very ashamed of.
apologies
In the last three days I've been apologized to, not apologized to and then I apologized. But none of it followed any rhyme or reason.
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Sep 23, 2013 at 1:00pm | 86 comments

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I say it when I’m nervous. I say it when I’m uncomfortable. I say it in place of “excuse me.” I say it to men who don't deserve to hear it.
in

Aug 12, 2013 at 11:00am | 91 comments

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Most companies bury their heads in the sand, ostrich-like, when things like this happen.
in

Jun 11, 2012 at 9:30am | 45 comments

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Lately, it appears like everyone wants to be guarded from the things that offend them. I suspect, however, that the exact opposite is, in fact, true.
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A fauxpology is the opposite of a sincere, thoughtful apology. It is not caring that you’ve upset someone, not acknowledging their feelings as valid and legitimate. It’s saving one’s own ass.