What’s the difference between keeping your integrity and being dogmatic?
A viewer comments on a story about Yasmine Mustafa, an entrepreneur who has the courage to engage her critics.
This life-long gun enthusiast and former police officer wants us to question our assumptions about what keeps people safe.
Ever notice how men are often praised when they sleep around, but women are shamed for the same behavior?
But Irshad says it serves a deep purpose. Who do you agree with?
Hey, social justice activists: Want to be effective?
Andrew tells his friends about why he joined an ex-gay ministry as a teenager.
A viewer comments that it’s “sad to see gay people limiting themselves to their sexual orientation.” Irshad replies by holding herself accountable.
Sometimes people are cruel. Sometimes they deserve to be ignored. Not this one.
It’s one thing to change your mind. It’s another thing to be open about it.
A viewer wonders why most of us uncritically do what we’re told, whether by authorities, co-workers, media, or friends.
Heaven, hell, premarital sex, and LGBTQ Christians.
Is it possible to embrace offensive ideas while keeping your integrity?
Why stick to a belief that doesn’t accept you?
Palestinian John Elias Dabis and Israeli Inon Dan Kehati are amplifying the unpopular ideas of the silent majority.
“My sister has been labeled a ‘Bad Mexican’ since she likes Metallica.” Irshad addresses how identity politics makes us fear being perceived as “less authentic.”