Rachel Dolezal is an American hero, a visionary far ahead of her time. As with all visionaries, she is misunderstood, ridiculed as an imposter, and cast out as a heretic. What is her heresy? Daring to boldly live her truth in a time when people like her are forced to live a lie. This brave woman is at the vanguard of the burgeoning transracial movement, intrepidly redefining what it means to be a black woman in a culture that refuses to recognize her humanity.
I admire her valiant efforts to become who she truly is but never was, and admonish all intolerant naysayers to check their privilege. Their transracephobic-nay, RACIST assertions that someone who isn’t phenotypically black cannot be black simply because they feel black, darken their skin, and wear outward markers of blackness has no place in a progressive society predicated upon the equality and freedom of all. They are simply on the wrong side of history. As we all well know, race is naught but a social construct perpetuated by The Oppressors to Other us and prevent us from recognizing our common humanity.
It is clear that Ms. Dolezal has a black brain that is trapped in a prison of whiteness, and I pray that race reassignment therapies will be developed in short order to allow her to fully and completely self-actualize through a full transition into blackness. I hope that these execrable RACISTS will realize that a new day is dawning, and will overcome their silly, old-fashioned prejudices.
Ms. Dolezal, I salute you.