And feel a hell of a lot better.
Paul Lanning talks his realization that he is a feminist, and tries to understand what that means in today’s world.
Political niceties and correctness won’t work. It’s time to get rough & tough!
More of our girls die by suicide than on mainland Europe. Now that Ireland has voted to repeal the ban on abortions, will that change?
I love children, but there’s a reason why this should happen.
“Up until as recently as a year ago, the word privilege, especially in the phrase “white privilege” made me bristle. I was incredibly bothered by the idea that somehow I was a “have” and that I didn’t get to where I was purely on my own work ethic.”
How do the Catholic hierarchs and laity differ on abortion?
“– ¡¿Siempre vas a dormir?! What are you doing with your life!?”
Hypocrisy is a fact of life, especially in America’s halls of political power.
When did we come to some kind of out-of-left-field conclusion that women cannot be trusted to make decisions about how their reproductive organs shall be used?
A discussion on reproductive justice.
Scott Douglas Jacobsen and friend, Marieke Prien, who is the president of the International Humanist and Ethical Youth Organisation, discuss youth humanism.
We sometimes lose sight of the true spirit of the Great Experiment in leaving everything up to career politicians, thinking they know better, when in reality, the best ideas may just come from crazy old hippies in the Haight-Ashbury.
Scott Douglas Jacobsen and guest, a colleague, and friend, Marie Alena Castle, continue the talk on women’s rights, human rights, and atheism in session 3.
She is an activist, atheist, educator, feminist, and humanist, who grew up in South Los Angeles.
“Two big targets seem attacked, with one common victim set. The least among us, as the victims.”