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.
Julie Gillis has no words to describe her horror at the American Action Forum’s stance that the Department of Justice’s plan to reduce rates of prison rape is too expensive.
Julie Gillis wonders: When does humor go too far?
Julie Gillis gushes over YouTube sensation Ryan Higa.
As her sons care for a lost Chihuahua, Julie Gillis looks for teachers, healers, systems thinkers, interpreters, bridge builders, and storytellers as a way toward social change.
Julie Gillis shares a story about courage and compassion and why she believes it’s important to humanity.
Julie Gillis wonders if there was consent to use the image in the Belvedere ad that indicated rape.
Julie Gillis witnessed the moment where broken hearts begin. She wonders what can we all do to fix them, together.
Julie Gillis thinks political theater ought to be much more fun than striking against sex.
Julie Gillis believes employers should be prevented from getting involved in your medical history.
Julie Gillis applauds Ben & Jerry for supporting gay marriage with their new flavor, Apple-y Ever After.
Julie Gillis reflects on how trusting prisoners with the care of inmates affected by dementia increases their ability for compassion.
Julie Gillis thinks birth control and reproductive rights are men’s issues as much as they are women’s.
Julie Gillis, on egalitarianism and why feminist women listen to men.
In discussions about sexuality, rape, violence, intimacy Julie Gillis knows one thing for certain: We have to talk about them differently.
Julie Gillis isn’t a fan of Valentine’s Day, but she does love Love.