Let’s Talk About Ageism

When we allow ageist misconceptions and stereotypes to set the tone of cross-generational communication, we give prejudice a microphone.

Together, But at What Price? Anglican Ruling Against Same-Sex Marriage Marginalises US Church

After painful negotiations, leaders of the Anglican church have decided to “walk together” in spite of having deep differences on the subject of marriage.

The History, and Controversy, Behind the Rhodes Scholarship

What Cecil John Rhodes actually said in his will about who should get scholarships may surprise you

10 Things You Should Know About Being an Asian from the South

“When you forget where you’re from, that’s when you truly become American.”

What Can We Do About Race, Police, Profiling, and Power?

The tough conversation about race and police brutality is one we have to have.

America’s History of Discrimination: A Tutorial for Nikki Haley

Governor Nikki Haley mistakenly assumed that America does not have a history of racist policy. Warren Blumenfeld wants to set the record straight.

Two Words as Boundaries for Human Sexuality: Consenting Adults

Why do we feel the need to pass judgement on certain types of consensual sex between adults?

Virginia Legislator Proposes Hate-Inspired Toilet Monitoring Legislation

Laws that discriminate against transgender students could become more common as ignorance fuels fear.

Iran, Assassinations, and Hypocrisy

Iran’s attempt at moral condemnation is a hard pill to swallow when they themselves have a wealth of human rights violations.

Gay Man Files A Lawsuit for Same-Sex Marriage in China

His claim is that the terms “husband” and “wife” are gender roles and therefore do not limit marriage based on biological sex.

Why Transgender Students Need “Safe” Bathrooms

Bathroom safety has become the next battle for transgender students on college campuses across the nation.

Religious Discrimination Here and Now

What a 17th-century poet can teach us about marginalized Muslims today.

Gun Violence as Gendered Violence

In many ways, the responses to the gun control debate are a flash back to a high school mentality. Where if you aren’t a “masculine” (gun-loving) man, you aren’t a man at all.

What’s it Called When You Only Speak One Language?

Warren J. Blumenfeld on how laws divide and demean.

Gay Widowers in Florida Seek Accurate Death Certificates for Deceased Spouses

Many of those gay widowers mourning the loss of their spouse are forced to confront discrimination even in death.

Separate but Unequal: The Sad Fate of Aboriginal Heritage in Western Australia

Western Australia and their treatment of aboriginal heritage is a sad example of discriminatory policies.