It really is this simple. Prejudice has to be taught; it is not an inherent condition.
My first conversation with a black man occurred at the age of 19.
While traveling on Africa’s road less traveled, he learned about male privilege from her “penis envy.”
What they have faced is not as difficult as what their parents went through, or their parents before them. Prejudice has been around a while.
Shinobi Ninja asks “what if time’s don’t get no better than this?” But the infectious music seems to insist they will. We will make it so.
Fifty-six years ago gay men did not dream of marriage equality. They dreamed simply to not be portrayed as monsters. See what we mean in this film warning “boys beware.”
“I have the sincere belief that if people got to know each other one on one, they would stop being afraid of each other.” Rose Hamid
Our schools’ sex education curriculums are, on the most part, woefully out of date. When the Omaha Public School System set out to do something about it, they were besieged by conservative interest groups in a highly offensive way. Rob Watson sounds off about the spectacle that ensued.
Barbara Abramson thinks humans can learn a few lessons from man’s best friends.
During her second week in a Mississippi classroom, Alexa Espinal had to decide how to handle anti-gay language in a Deep South middle school.
Or bi, or questioning, or trans, or queer, or lesbian, or something else that “doesn’t fit”.