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Time Lapse We had this joke growing up about the parmesan cheese in our family fridge. It was one of those green plastic Kraft containers, and I happened upon it once when looking to top a slice of pizza. The cheese appeared fine, until I looked at the 1980-something expiration date. This was 1995. Evidently,…
A tip o’ the hat to Hollywood and its changing paradigms of masculinity.
No one dares to mention that travel is essentially a consumable good under capitalism and, as such, simply isn’t available to many of us.
Political correctness should extend to the poor and working-class.
https://unsplash.com/photos/us5m1-uOLfc Your role as a father is never-ending. There’s always something for you to do. A job for you to take on. A hand for you to give. But that’s the beauty of fatherhood. You’re always there to support, care for, provide for, educate and develop. And yes, this does often mean that you’re…
Jackie Summers sees Monopoly as the perfect example of economic disparity, even with the premise of supposed equality among players.
Jeremy Adam Smith’s son asked, “Did they get the bad guys?” Turns out, that was a really difficult question to answer.
Jackson Bliss explains why driving, social disconnection and cultural narcissism are all interconnected
A Black man writing a book to humanize Black men and boys: it couldn’t have come at a better time for me and everyone else.
Despite growing up as young black male in the “hood,” facing all the same challenges—like violence and poverty—my voice, moreover the way I talked, somehow made me less black than others.
Image source Networking goes hand in hand with becoming a successful person, especially if you happen to be running your own business. It’s unfortunate then that so many men are so unconfident of walking into a room and making their mark. If you’re someone who knows that marketing is a very important part of being…
Why is the reality of toxic masculinity something to fear?
The story of humankind has been a repetitive one of indecision, divide and conquer, the haves and the have-nots living in one big house of cards.
Gerald Yelle’s poem is a surreal take on militarization and white flight.
The contents of six flowerpots offer an object lesson in appropriation and privilege in Laura McCullough’s poem.