Anonymous has proven its heterogeneity in springing into action to redress a vast repertoire of perceived injustice.
It’s not that these teenagers’ epic prom-proposals aren’t romantic. But is this just too much pressure for a kid?
The Elf on the Shelf—creepy or not creepy? Kelly McQuain thinks not.
A small German town came up with a brilliant, peaceful and fun way to have neo-Nazis raise money against neo-Nazis.
Larry Womack replies to the Washington Post editorial of a cop, who said, “if you don’t want to get hurt, don’t challenge me.”
Dr. Emery Petchauer insists that this is educational malpractice and should stop immediately.
Russell Love counters the idea that women and children are safe from sexual violence in a married family.
Roger Canaff refuses to accept George Will’s attempts to use one anecdote to dismiss the reality of every male or female survivor of sexual violence.
An etiquette advice columnist who offers guidance about ways to reveal family secrets comes out of his own dark and scary closet in which he lived for fifty years
Rev. Neil O’Farrell asks: At what time did American civilization end?
Adam Dyer knows full well what it’s like to be a black guy obsessed with figure skating.
Why moderation and brown goop smoothies aren’t enough to fend off a mummy attack.
Why pick those 7,000 lives to save?
Robert Burke Warren participated in the collective sigh of relief that came from the decision not to go to war with Syria. And have we learned anything from the crisis? Well, yes.
Kyle Wiley hopes for one thing for his family: Freedom from fear.
MaleSurvivor Executive Director Christopher Anderson addresses Betsy Karasik’s Washington Post OpEd suggesting sex with underage teens should be legal.