Emotional abuse causes intense pain and leaves huge, invisible scars. Imagine if you could see them …
Thomas Fiffer believes the big factor in domestic violence is ‘relationship entitlement,’ and he’s calling it out to stop the hurt.
“What the cops want, on some level, is to believe their version of the world, that black people are dangerous.” By Matthew Salesses
Randall Horton, philosophy teacher, with a look at why some women hate philosophy.
Jason Francis wants men to know that even though Street Harassment isn’t their direct issue , it doesn’t absolve them from their part in the equation.
Curtis Sails, with a heavy heart and holding back tears, explains the origins of #DontShoot and shares some breathtaking photos.
Jackie Summers looks at how we value money. And how we value life.
From the inception of distributed “news,” media has been using pictures to tell the story. And to influence the interpretation of events. Now the power is in OUR hands.
Is there a connection between racism, police brutality, and the education level of police officers? Charles Ellison discusses.
Justin Hubbell examines some complicated displays of sexism in his weekly comic.
You’re in a place that makes no sense, and you can’t find your way out. It’s called … crazy.
Alex Yarde wants to look beyond the next news cycle on the epidemic of unarmed killings of black males.
Thomas Fiffer examines the earthquake that strikes when a relationship breaks apart, and the subtle, subterranean shifts that precede it.
We can’t avoid rude people, but we don’t have to let them get to us. Martin Sosa of PeakYourMind shares his strategies for keeping calm and carrying on.
We all know survivors of trauma need help. But what about the needs of the people who love them?