These are the rebels we need to survive the next three years and some change. (It’s never too early to start counting down.)
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Explaining how a disconnect happens does not require proving one party right and the other party wrong. It involves understanding the difference between individual and systemic experience.
We must propel our citizens to the forefront of globalization through education, opportunity, and social equality. If that makes me a “libtard,” so be it.
Which rights are we in danger of losing? How do we prioritize where to concentrate our efforts?
Historically, it is unprecedented to have a presidential candidate lambaste almost every segment of the society, women, gays, people of color, the disabled and non-Christian religions.
This is no joke.
There’s stuff our little boys need to hear—but we’re not telling them.
History repeats itself in Milwaukee while history is made on the pitch by Team USA, in another edition of the Sports Dump.—Seattle still feels the agony. Like a recently amputated limb, the phantom pains come every fall and winter and linger to the summer. There’s no mistaking the absence. Even now, eight years after the last…
Jordan & Roxy, a heterosexual couple committed to a life together, refused to marry until all couples in the USA could. They only had to wait 6 years. Here is their inspiring story.
Having a law in place is only the first step in any kind of equality, it’s up to us to keep making progress.
A spirited interview with filmmaker Mary Dore inspires Steven Wagner to compare the early feminists to the Iroquois “Council of Grandmothers.”
Can everyone have equal access and equal distribution of rights?
“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
From fighting Lord Voldemort and his evil followers to championing equal human rights for women, girls, men and boys, Emma Watson has joined a critical fight, and not a moment too soon.