Maybe it’s not about bravery at all.
It’s not always easy to stand up and confront the microaggressions that we encounter daily.
We should have equal scrutiny directed at the accused—if they’re innocent, let the justice system make that call.
What can we do that is extreme and powerful that will matter?
What we’re seeing on social media and among friends is an inability for each side to see the perspective of the other.
Will there be snacks?
Are we investing in our most important relationships as much as we could be?
Oftentimes, the truth that sets us free (and pisses us off) is the one we see in ourselves.
This is the kind of buddy you need around after a breakup.
This is how hate groups sustain themselves.
This outdated, gender-specific phrase is disrespectful and avoids the real issue.
We either learn from those difficult times, or we don’t.
How do we know when masculinity is fragile—and when it’s not?
Being single isn’t actually a problem—not unless we make it one.
We need to ask some hard questions about why the other relationships didn’t work out.