Yashar Ali argues that calling a woman a “cougar” is neither progressive nor supportive of women.
Yashar Ali believes it’s our responsibility, as men and human beings to try to understand what discrimination is like for the women we claim to love.
Yashar Ali broke with his family’s tradition, and made his way in the world without a college degree.
While he used to keep the worst memories stored inside, Yashar Ali has learned to use his memories to move his life forward.
Yashar Ali wonders why the pressure to drink alcohol extends way beyond adolescence.
Yashar Ali wants us to stop telling our children who they should be affectionate with.
Yashar Ali sees himself as equal parts Iranian and gay. But when forced to compartmentalize his sexuality, Yashar found his whole identity falling apart.
Yashar Ali believes that having consciousness about the daily struggles of women makes him a better man.
Yashar Ali believes that part of his success comes from his gender. And he wants to get the discussion out in the open.
Millions of women go through menopause each year, and most men know absolutely nothing about it. This needs to change.
Has gaslighting conditioned women into thinking they’re emotionally unstable? Yashar Ali thinks so.