A response made in The Great Cover Up blog on this site by Jacqueline S. Holman as follows:

“The hierarchy in AIM has been more about their personal bowel
movement than a consensual movement of the people-and it will take
some time to dig out from under it.”

And it is STILL that way with newer, younger men who cloak their misogyny, sexism, cruelty and abuse under the habiliments of “tradition” while pissing and moaning about things like discriminatory dress codes aimed solely at Native men seeking to go to a bar in Saskatchewan. Funny how they think nothing of imposing sexism and oppression on women while wanting equal human rights for themselves. Apparently, social equality doesn’t apply to Native women (or any other woman for that matter) while it applies to these “liberators.”

I would respond….

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A response made in The Great Cover Up blog on this site by Jacqueline S. Holman as follows:

“The hierarchy in AIM has been more about their personal bowel
movement than a consensual movement of the people-and it will take
some time to dig out from under it.”

And it is STILL that way with newer, younger men who cloak their misogyny, sexism, cruelty and abuse under the habiliments of “tradition” while pissing and moaning about things like discriminatory dress codes aimed solely at Native men seeking to go to a bar in Saskatchewan. Funny how they think nothing of imposing sexism and oppression on women while wanting equal human rights for themselves. Apparently, social equality doesn’t apply to Native women (or any other woman for that matter) while it applies to these “liberators.”

I would respond that there is a great deal of confusion and misdirected anger among indigenous…

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