A Cautionary Critique
Though certain religious denominations may continue in their attempts to define us, they will fail.
I never met the good people who were shot in the Pulse Club in Orlando, but I feel I know them somehow. Their injuries and their passing hit me like the death of old trusted friends whose loss to me is palpable.
How we can make this world better for LGBTQ people?
Can we finally expand the definition of the term “patriot”.
How do we combat hateful enemies in the most effective way?
What is the best way to protect young people, establish and preserve strong families and communities, rise from poverty, and ensure the preservation of humanity?
By passing House Bill 2, its notorious so-called “transgender no bathroom” bill, the North Carolina legislature has played with fire by further stigmatizing and misdefining the state’s trans* residents.
We must finally and fully scrap the undemocratic Electoral College system.
Politicians would rather blame poverty within our communities and low achievement in our schools on the “cultures” of those suffering from the inequities.
While many Christians view proselytizing as offering the gift of Jesus to the “unbelievers,” many if not most individuals of other faiths and many non-believers consider this as not merely an imposition or as manipulation, but, in fact, consider this as a form of oppression.
Warren J Blumenfeld shares an article he wrote for The Harvard Crimson in 1986, leaving it to us to see if things have changed much since then.
Can we abolish the denial systems that prevent many of us grasping our social privileges?
It’s Obama’s fault for increasing interest rates,
And for shifting economic tectonic plates.
Warren Blumenfeld writes a letter to his Polish Great-Grandparents and reflects on his journey of being Jewish and gay.
Because of naughty adults, Santa feels he has no other choice than to cancel his scheduled toy delivery.