White Epiphany #17

Wearing a safety pin is like giving change to someone living on the street.

Wearing a safety pin is like a Bernie sticker on a Land Rover.

Wearing a safety pin is like working in finance and shopping at the coop.

Wearing a safety pin is like waking up hopeful after sleeping soundly since Ferguson.

Wearing a safety pin is like a Sex Pistols poster in a Midtown loft.

Wearing a safety pin is like inviting neighbors to dinner and serving little bowls of sugar.

Wearing a safety pin is like dog-earing a page in a self-help book.

Wearing a safety pin is like going to confession.

Wearing a safety pin is like premium unleaded.

Wearing a safety pin is like traveling to a forest fire with a potted sapling.

Wearing a safety pin is like holding open a door for someone in a wheelchair because they may thank you.

Wearing a safety pin is like going to a tanning salon.

Wearing a safety pin is like switching from Rolex to Shinola.

Wearing a safety pin is like witnessing an assault then speaking up on Facebook.

Wearing a safety pin is like biking to work to heal the planet.

Wearing a safety pin is like paying reparations with bus passes.

Wearing a safety pin is like getting a massage.

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As performed by The N-Word, Inc.:

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  1. Pingback: Wearing a Safety Pin is Like… | Keep Ypsi Black

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