Some politicians feel that religious liberty only applies to the religions of their choosing. Warren Blumenfeld points out the hypocrisy in this argument.
About Warren Blumenfeld
Dr. Warren J. Blumenfeld is author of Warren’s Words: Smart Commentary on Social Justice (Purple Press); co-editor ofReadings for Diversity and Social Justice (Routledge) and Investigating Christian Privilege and Religious Oppression in the United States (Sense); editor of Homophobia: How We All Pay the Price (Beacon Press), and co-author of Looking at Gay and Lesbian Life (Beacon Press).
New things can seem scary. But having an honest conversation about the reality around us, especially when it comes to our ideas of masculinity, is vital.
Why are some men letting fear stop them from engaging in an honest conversation about the reality of guns in America?
Maybe one day we will eventually dismantle the vertical line unencumbered by social taboos and cultural norms of gender.
Dr. Warren J. Blumenfeld on the psychology of guns and what they mean to the discussion between genders.
In honor of LGBTQ History Month, quiz yourself on how much you know about this particular past so instrumental to our future.
Ben Carson declared his shallow grasp of the dire need for gun reform, and a glaring lack of compassion when he stated Jewish people might have prevented the Holocaust had they been armed.
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Entering the doorway of opportunity, then attempting to slam the door in the face of others as discriminated as you once were, Dr. Carson, is a despicable, hypocritical practice. The people are paying attention.
Not the ally he portrays, Pope Francis has very recently denounced same sex marriages as he thumps the bible for traditional unions as befitting the sole definition of family.