Frozen just seems like one of those things that, no matter how much I try to forget it, always seems to come back to annoy me just because it can. So, if you're like me (which if you are, I am so so sorry) and you were just on Twitter trying to think of something clever to tweet rolled up in your sheets at 5 in the morning and you ventured into the Moments tab, you would have seen a very interesting and important topic trending under Pop Culture.
So, the Oscars happened however many days ago - I don't quite care to watch these archaic awards shows - and, of course, the conversation about racism in Hollywood took center stage once again. Chris Rock's opening monologue was one for the record books. But even after the verbal ass-whipping he handed the Academy and complacent individuals in the industry, there was another discussion going on on Twitter sparked by the infuriatingly common knee-jerk reaction to black hypervisibility. In the words of the genius Mikki Kendall (must be exhausting being #woke asf all the time), black people are #NotYourMule.