There will always exist differences in opinion, but if we can learn to express those differences in a healthy and respectful manner — as a society — we will be well on our way to improvement for everyone.
The problem is women can smell desperation on a man’s skin before she even speaks to him, and it is rarely attractive. I should add that men can do the same.
New Orleans, Louisiana: a place, as C. Morgan Babst put it, “where they speak of the dead in the present tense until mass has been said.”
If people intrinsically knew to instruct their children on the importance of consent, this discussion would not exist.
I would find myself comparing my meager existence to the feats of great thinkers and political figures, scientists and celebrities. “So-and-so didn’t accomplish X until he was age Y, so I have time.”
Own your quirks! Do not hide from these things; use them!
I’m tired of the “survival of the fittest” argument. That’s not how a functioning government operates. Good leadership is not sitting back and watching people starve.
If Millennials are the generation of layering, Centennials are the generation of basics.
Give the woman—and others like her—a chance before throwing her overboard and losing a potentially central and useful voice.
While we may not agree with Minaj’s public approach singling out Swift and Cyrus in an abrupt, hold-the-phone manner, anyone with a bit of perception can see the issues she addresses within the music industry.