Stephán Amery McKenzie takes on the stuff we need to fight now more than ever.
Refusing to tolerate bigotry does not abrogate the bigot’s rights.
Who wouldn’t denounce hate crimes? A President Elect who has already failed his first test of leadership less than three days after his election.
While young people are massing together to protest the president elect, we’re witnessing an increase in racism, homophobia, and sexism. Here’s what you can do.
Two years ago today, “The Imitation Game” came out in the UK. Dean Kostos’s sestina commemorating Turing’s brutal mistreatment at the hands of his government is disturbingly pertinent.
A new standard has been set. New precedents for acceptable behavior established. Abuse is now embraced as normalcy.
A self-professed nation of immigrants risks no longer being an inviting place.
The prerogative of those with power and privilege to grant permission to the powerless may be dividing us further.
Chris Tompkins found a boogeyman lurking on his nephew’s playground. Homophobia. This boogeyman did not come from bullies, and what was said; it came from well intentioned parents and the things they WEREN’T saying.
Within a few hours, Christensen was awash in a flood of hate mail.
The homophobic social and political atmosphere in the country has changed a lot since the 90’s.
Goat underscores the message men are taught never to express emotion except in the trials of competition, when inebriated and during the heat of sex.
Such a disappointment. Hollywood is still “lagging behind other industries” when it comes to encouraging diversity.
We all agree things need to change. The first thing needs to be how we talk about change.
Small hands and big money.
We are all different, as we come from different backgrounds, experience different hardships, and come to have different perspectives on the world.