Proof that we are all so much more than our gender identity.
R, 1h 56m – Horror, Thriller Opens Today On the way to the press screening for director Jordan Peele’s new film “Us,” I experienced a rare (for me) nose bleed. An appropriate foreshadowing for a horror movie! Like a nose bleed, a scary film can be surprising, uncomfortable, horrific (depending on how you got it)…
What’s inside is outside.
A cat leads me on a journey to grace.
It All Begins with Self Everybody saw it. The smirking young boy in a maga hat facing off with a Native American man in Washington, D.C. The image went viral. The hashtags and stories proliferated. Commentaries sprouted and circulated. The kid even made it on the Today show. What did we learn? That we’re merely…
Let kids grow free-minded.
What is the simple nature of a kid?
What does this boy have to say about the US obsession with possession?
Why was a mom claimed to have kidnapped a kid?
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“From somewhere below, the leaping of a cat /off a high surface, now skittering across the floor. /Then someone says a name you recognize”
Portraits of the Patriarchy Father Time examines the progressive shift in modern fatherhood Part 8 Okay, I’ll admit: I was a total momma’s boy. As the youngest of three siblings, and the only boy, my mom carved a special shrine in her heart for me, and boy, did I enjoy residing there. Sunday morning breakfast…
“Maybe it’s about forgiveness /for what comes next, /for the two boys at creek side— /wouldn’t you like one to represent pure goodness /and the other pure wickedness”
T.J. Sandella’s poem exemplifies toxic masculinity.
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