After years of living in Los Angeles, I’ve never felt the type of spirit in the air as I did last night at Senator Bernie Sanders’ rally at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena.
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Drawing the line between two very different debates on the singer’s “controversial” music video.
The guessing game about Demi Lovato’s sexuality (and everyone’s sexuality, except your own) needs to stop.
The point of this article is to directly question the taboo in Muslim communities that is often tied to women’s menstruation and argue that such taboos are not reflective of the Prophet Muhammad (SAWS). If our mothers, sisters, aunts, and grandmothers have undergone biological processes since the beginning of humanity’s conception, at what point will we as a community recognize women bodily processes as something not to be ashamed of?
I would like to tell you about something that greatly disturbed me during the argument of Obergerfell v. Hodges, the Supreme Court case on the legality of state bans on same-sex marriage. No, I’m not talking about the arguments used to justify the legal discrimination against same-sex marriages in some states.
Is it just me, or do certain insults make you cringe? You know, “that’s gay,” “man up,” “pussy,” “you’re being a little bitch,” why are identities and body parts being used as insults? This is not normal.
But what’s wrong with butch women? Hairy women? Man-hating lesbian women? What’s the purpose behind saying that hairy lesbians are “just a small minority” of feminists?