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pic.twitter.com/rch Yilrju Z — Amber Tamblyn (@ambertamblyn) September 12, 2017 Tamblyn went on to tie the situation to larger issues.“The saddest part of this story doesn’t even concern me, but concerns the universal woman’s story,” she wrote.STANFORD – Brock Turner, the Stanford University swimmer and campus celebrity convicted of three felony sexual assault charges, was seen sharing a romantic Valentine’s Day meal with former Trump campaign supremo and current shoe-shiner for former Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan David Duke, Kellyanne Conway.According to anonymous observers, the pair split a box of Franzia and a bowl of plain, cheeseless pasta, while venting their frustrations with Title IX complaints and women who confront their rapists.He and I are making knowing eye contact, like, “Yeah, whaddaya gonna do?”Suddenly it clicked for my husband—what this guy thought of me—and he was livid.The love birds agreed that though universities are almost universally successful in shrugging off their federally-mandated duty to address sexual assault complaints while extolling campus predators as misunderstood athletic superstar golden boys, it’s “so annoying” when women even try to make the system protect them.“It’s a man’s world,” Conway reportedly whispered into Brock’s left ear.
Over there, no one especially cared about us being an interracial couple. They have this insane holiday tradition where Santa Claus has a helper named Zwarte Piet, or “black Pete.” When people dress up as him, they wear blackface.Once I did, it became a lot easier for him to understand.He dealt with it the same way we would have dealt with offensive Big Bird: disbelief, shock, anger, acceptance, and then being like, “Big Bird can suck it.”In 2011 we moved to Los Angeles.So every year I would see thousands of people in blackface, parading the streets.Jan didn’t realize, at first, that I found Zwarte Piet offensive. Saying “Zwarte Piet is offensive” to a Dutch person would be like saying “Hey, Big Bird is offensive” to an American.I would go so far as to say that I did not prepare my husband for being white in America and being married to a black woman.In fact, I know I didn’t prepare him, because it all came out when we went shopping soon after we arrived.We decided to go to Mel’s diner on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood to get burgers after,” Tamblyn wrote.“Upon leaving the restaurant we were stopped by you and your friend, who both seemed very nice. This is something predatory men like to do, I’ve noticed.” She continued, “I told you my age, kindly and with no judgment or aggression.In that instant he understood that discrimination was real and how it applied to his wife. Later I told him how this was a regular occurrence for me, and that made him so very sad. When something happens, he’ll say, “Is this because you’re black?” Sometimes, he’s right.—people treat Jan and me differently.