Chicago-based rights activist and freelance writer Suey Park is the latest to construct a feminism and cultural stereotypes conversation via Twitter that trended globally. #NotYourAsianSidechick joined the ranks of #SolidarityIsForWhiteWomen and #FastTailGirls on Sunday, when Park started the conversation with a simple tweet:

The hashtag as generated over 45,000 tweets and counting


Black women weren’t left out of the conversation either:


So yet another Twitter protest transpired but how effective is keyboard activism?  That question doesn’t only apply to #NotYourAsianSidechick, but also to #SolidarityIsForWhiteWomen and #FastTailGirls.  With some much social media conversation about feminism and intersectionality, after the laptops are shut down, exactly how effective is it?


Clutchettes, what do you think about the hashtag?

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