“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Our schools’ sex education curriculums are, on the most part, woefully out of date.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”.
Reverse racism doesn’t exist. Here’s why.
“I’m homosexual and I’m afraid about what my future will be and that people won’t like me.”
How would the world be different if we evaluated our own prejudices?
Bryan Reeves, a white man, reflects on white privilege and the refusal by many white people to acknowledge it.
Cabot O’Callaghan learned priceless lessons working at a grocery store.
J.R. Reynolds explains why rigorous self-examination is critical for growth.
When you say “All Lives Matter,” you’re saying racism doesn’t exist.
Naomi Fryers examines the real motives behind Gavin McInnes’s sexist trolling on Fox News when he tells women where they belong.
Raoul Wieland examines a range of modern problems through the lens of ‘Lebensraum.’