Guys, your shirt is literally oppressing me
We have come a long way since white chalk exercised the privilege of writing on blackboards.
I am pleased to report that our children are growing up with coloured pens scratching Greta-approved sermons onto digital whiteboards, which are then automatically uploaded to a Silicon Valley fact-checker.
It might not sound like a proper revolution, but these things matter.
By not having a white marker pen in the box, schools are ensuring that the next generation of children never have to see white-words in print. As I am sure you will all agree, whiteness is safest when relegated to silence in the background.
Which brings me to racist, sexist, ageist, classist, sizeist, imperialistic shirts.
The fashion world has made a…