Champion Our Native Sisters!

Indigenous women are essential to bettering our planet, so we need to support our Native sisters. Maybe. Or not at all.
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As indigenous sisters, we need to pull together and lift each other up, individually and collectively. Be the change you want to see happen, be the Gallagher of feminism, only instead of watermelons smash the patriarchy! You can make a genuine difference in the world by making your Native sisters a priority. Well, almost everyone. Prioritize everyone except Dani Rae—just say no to that ho bag. Everyone else is fine, promote and celebrate everyone else, but not Dani Rae, she’s the worst.

By joining together our sacred feminine energies we can strengthen our families, and our amazing indigenous communities. Did your indigenous sister Maylene launch a Kickstarter for a trip to the National Teacher’s Convention in the State Captial? Donate to it! Repost it on your Facebook page! Or better yet, hit up everyone at the office to chip in! That’d be the right thing to do, the best thing to do. Help your sisters out…well, everyone except Rhondelle, not that hussy. I’m so over that two-faced tramp. She’s so fake she must have been made in China. But everyone else I stand behind one-hundred percent! Sisters unite! Except Rhondelle, not that succubus.

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Indigenous women are the essential ingredient in bettering our planet and if we stand by one another providing help and support whenever possible, we can affect positive change that will empower all of the lives around us. Well…except for Lacey, she needs to step down—that seahag puts the “vag” in “savage.” But everyone else, all of our other strong and beautiful Native sisters, stand for them! But not Lacey, she’s the absolute stupediststupidiststupitist stupidest.

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And definitely not Shawna, nope, that ho thinks she’s all that and a bag of chips. Along with Wanda, she eats live snakes for breakfast. And Vanessa, she has a homewrecker merit badge from the skank scouts. But everyone else, all of the other powerful and beautiful Native sisters, treat them with honor and reverence. Their strength is essential to the continuance of our people.

Tiffany Midge is a poetry editor for The Rumpus, and an award-winning author of The Woman Who Married a Bear. Her work is featured in McSweeney's, Okey-Pankey, The Butter, Waxwing, and Moss. She is Hunkpapa Lakota. Follow her on Twitter @TiffanyMidge.