The Bare Bones of Love: Breaking Boundaries

Can a two-minute video of skeletons dancing teach us more about love than society can?

How Parenting in Ghana Shapes Sexist Stereotypes

There are very clear ideas in Ghana about what girls can and should do, and how boys ought to behave.

6 Reasons Why Dads Need to Accept The Minivan

Minivans come with a lot of stereotypes, but we’re working on changing that.

Reflections from a Stay-at-Home Dad

David Miller shares his journey of finding purpose and becoming a good man.

25 Feminist Lessons For My Sons

You are defined by your actions, not your gender

Handle Your Labels With Care

Louise Thayer helps us escape from the labels we get stuck with.

Stereotypes And Hate Speak Are Killing People

Inflammatory rhetoric, unfounded stereotypes and a culture of fear have come together to create a perfect storm of racism and prejudice in society.

Many Small Microaggressions Add Up to Something Big

That’s right, those underhanded passive aggressive comments are just as discriminatory and hurtful as using a slur.

The Walking Dead: No More

Not one more minute will I devote to watching Black men portrayed as weak, spineless and ineffective.

The Day My Son Wore a Princess Gown

Tara Wood, mom of seven, was surprised by her husband’s joyous response to their son twirling in a princess gown. He let the boy be himself, because isn’t that what parenting is all about?

What I’ve Learned from the Man with Many Faces

For Erin Kelly, being a fan of Steve Carell isn’t about just the laughs. It’s about growth and gratefulness.

The United States: a Land of Double Standard for Religious Liberty?

Some politicians feel that religious liberty only applies to the religions of their choosing. Warren Blumenfeld points out the hypocrisy in this argument.

Inside the Mind: Overcoming the Stigmas and Stereotypes of Schizoaffective Disorder

Through his struggles of living with mental illness, Steve Colori has broken the chains that have held him down for so long. Erin Kelly shares her thoughts on his new memoir.

Rape, Riots, and Rotten Food—Relearning Life Behind Bars

You can’t pick us out of a crowd. Because we’re just like you.

My Quiet Plea: Why Should I Apologize for ISIS?

How far will violence go before someone takes responsibility? Zeynab Ladak reflects on when she distanced herself from the blanket of generalization and violence of her culture.

When are You Going to Cut Your Hair?

I’ll cut my hair when the hair when the war is over