“If feminism becomes so limited, there will not be an incentive for the majority of women to be part of it. This would have dire implications for women’s rights.”
France’s new 39-year-old president might mean more to you than you think.
Just two young white girls in a near-empty Greyhound bus station on a Wednesday morning who need each other to watch our respective stuff while we go to the bathroom or the vending machine.
I’ve been planning for the moment that my plane touches down by isolating the issues most important to me and joining the platforms of their resistance movements in all ways that I can.
Why the media’s bemoaning of a “fractured” country isn’t just hyperbolic, it’s downright idiotic.
“We don’t hate our country. But we’ve never seen anything outside of it.”
With Irma barreling through the Caribbean and Jose on its way, we can’t help but wonder.
Trump is on the verge of starting World War Tweet and I’m not here for it.
This investigation isn’t as “independent” and may not be as “impartial” as the Trump DOJ would have us believe.
How do you bring two opposing sides of political and personal ideology back together in a way that does the least amount of continual damage, while respecting the individual rights and beliefs of everyone in the country?