Heather N. feels strongly about forgiveness: That it shouldn’t be mandated, and in some cases can be harmful.
GMP’s resident feminist, HeatherN, tackles readers’ questions about men and feminism and how society sees men’s issues.
What does it take to create change? Is a disrespect necessary in order to draw attention to important topics? How far is too far? HeatherN breaks it down.
GMP’s resident feminist, HeatherN, explains the very useful term “kyriarchy”.
What sort of media attention should be devoted to the survivors and perpetrators of a mass shooting at a parade, where 19 people were injured? American media answers with deafening silence.
HeatherN tackles another set of questions from GMP readers about feminism and the feminist movement.
GMP’s resident feminist, HeatherN, tackles more questions from our “Ask the Feminist” series.
Resident feminist HeatherN tackles the first round of questions in our new series, Ask the Feminist.
HeatherN offers herself up for anyone who may have questions about feminism or gender politics. No question too big, no question too small!
Think legalizing same-sex marriage will make LGBTQ people equal? No way, says Heather N, we’ve still got a long way to go.
Heather N investigates the ways in which calling rapists “evil” only serves to prevent us from making the changes necessary to prevent rape from happening.
Is Mitt Romney actually a proponent of Affirmative Action? Do Romney’s ‘Binders Full of Women’ actually help make gender a non-issue in hiring?
HeatherN is glad NBC was more open in its coverage of out LGBT athletes this Olympics, but thinks they dropped the ball when they called Diver Matt Mitcham’s partner of 6 years his “friend”.
HeatherN salutes Mormon husband and father Josh Weed for his honesty about being gay but choosing to marry and have children with a woman, without condemning others who choose differently.
HeatherN muses on the very different way in which Hip-Hop star Frank Ocean came out, and wonders how this coming out reflects homophobia in the hip-hop industry.
HeatherN hopes that maybe someday soon we will live in a world where ‘coming out’ means nothing more than showing up at the Oscars with a date that happens to be the same gender.