Rafael Casal’s poem, “Barbie and Ken 101,” engages the dangers of societies’ obsession with attractiveness.
Gay congregants are treated like second class citizens despite acceptance by the church.
Singer-song Doug Strahm produces a country music video about a construction worker hesitant to come out.
A Four-year-old sings “Tonight You Belong To Me” — a keeps thinking she hears fireworks.
Stereotypes of feminism come front in center when the question is taken to the streets of New York.
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost have a very good and close friendship but it isn’t a bromance.
Ross Steinborn reflects on the difficulties of getting men to care about sexual assault.
How we use shame to manage children and why we need to stop.
Companies use un-paid internship to take advantage of recent college grads.
A mother supports her bisexual son, but still wants him to clean his room
A politician is lead by his faith to support marriage equality
US incarceration rates compared to the rest of the world.
A stranger saves a chocking child while checking-out at a grocery store.
An excerpt from Henry Louis Gates’, “Two Nations” that shows Martin Luther King’s critique of poverty conditions in America.
Finally, a sensible debate on the legalization of pot
Officer Elton Simmons has a record of zero complaints after 20 years as a beat cop in Los Angles County.