What is it about sports that allows us to accept that men have a full range of emotions and ways of expressing them?
Cameron Conaway believes that if Pope Francis were Mr. Francis the junior high teacher, he’d be lambasted and ridiculed by about 35% of the US population.
Tom Burns is happily married to a woman, but he thinks Suzanne Venker’s assertion that women need husbands is complete BS.
Three women discuss the prevalence of men acting as gatekeepers to sci-fi and fantasy. Why does it happen? What does it feel like?
The news media has a funny way of covering crime … and an even more troubling way of covering “black” crime. Tommy Raskin breaks down the clear political, racially-charged biases of the media and how it’s influencing the national understanding of race and crime.
The World Economic Forum published a report on gender gaps throughout the world praising countries in which men lag behind women. John Edale deconstructs this report and advocates for true equality not just a different inequality.
Bob Munoz wants us to change the language so that we are not just tolerating other groups of people. We are accepting them wholeheartedly.
Larry D. Bernstein feels an unnatural sense of not-caredness about the latest public shooting, even though it happened five minutes from his house. And he wonders why.
Feeling guilty about watching Ender’s Game because Orson Scott Card is a bigot? Jesse Manly proposes an idea that might ease your guilt.
Shouting suggestive words at a woman isn’t a compliment. It’s a a way of saying, “If I really wanted to, I could.”
A woman wanted me to help her change her tire, but I had no idea. Sometimes, I just don’t know what’s expected of me.
After meeting a young combat veteran with a brain injury, it occurs to Alex Steed that in this rigged system, there are no consequences to politicians for the harm they cause.
Is it possible that Miley Cyrus is making her own decisions? I would say so.
Chris Anderson explains the difference between labor going on strike and politicians holding the people hostage.
Anup Samanta learned a lesson from his mom: Sometimes you have to say “Move on!” Let’s look to 2015 and make things happen.
Aaron Anderson believes it’s clear the government is acting childish. But are they the only ones?
Alex Yarde believes we have an opportunity to break the cycle of war and retribution