If you haven’t noticed, white Jesus is usually the only Jesus in town. If you dig, you can find other images of Jesus, but it’s hard. If that isn’t a symbol of white supremacy, I don’t know what is.
With those simple words, this phrase is becoming a movement — not only for women but also for people of color, for the LGBTQ community, for people with special needs, for anyone really who has lived their life being told that their time doesn't matter, that they often exist to be AVAILABLE for others.
The odd thing about this is that ALL of these people have pre-existing conditions. All of these beautiful, unlikely, remembered people whom Jesus touched had something wrong with them before he came along.