Julie Gillis gives commentary on a video that peeks into what happens when drunk girls are preyed upon by potential rapists, including two off-duty cops who encourage the predation and one tearful father who intervenes.
Julie Gillis looks at ways you can help your child grow up to not be a bully — and, equally important, how to not have them be a victim of bullying.
Peace is daunting and dangerous. But Julie Gillis insists that it has to be taught.
It takes more than education on consent to stop rape, but it is a vital chapter in a new story of what we all want: a world without rape.
Julie Gillis looks forward at the ways in which we can help heal ourselves and others after the horrors of Steubenville and other assaults in the news. Plus, an inspiring video.
Julie Gillis grapples with three questions about good and evil and how to affect change in the wake of Steubenville.
Julie Gillis is glad for the convictions in Steubenville, but believes that for meaningful change to happen, we must make changes on profound levels.
Julie Gillis wonders if it’s possible that one of the defendants in Steubenville didn’t realize the violence of what they did to an unconscious girl.
Inspired by advocate, educator and porn pioneer, Buck Angel, Julie Gillis ponders what it is that makes a man.
Julie Gills discovers that the ability to create and innovate come out of free play, useless silliness, and time spent on open thought.
Julie Gillis challenges a New York Times Op-Ed that insists that women should show deference to the men who feel they are losing privilege in a changing world.
Julie Gillis believes we need more empathy and less disposability regarding our veterans, citing a Hollywood producer’s amazing story of helping a man through an apparent psychological breakdown on a JetBlue flight.
This is bad. Really bad. Like not a lot of words to describe how bad but bad. Ozy wrote about mental illness and the criminalization of black men here, and then did some articles about Marvin Wilson (executed in my opinion absolutely illegally, unfairly and immorally from my home state of Texas) and Ramarley Graham…
Julie Gillis is appalled that the American Family Association’s Bryan Fischer advocates kidnapping in the case of LGBT families.
Hi. I’m Julie Gillis and I’m a feminist.It’s like an admission, isn’t it? A vulnerability of sorts to state who you are and why you are here? Or perhaps it’s just how we all have learned to compartmentalize ourselves, here in America, in western culture, a method that has caused GMP founder to query himself,…
Julie Gillis wonders if the strip club is perhaps a temple of honest humanity, and it’s only the shadow of shame cast by society that causes all the troubles.