Beyond basic rights, we need respect. Beyond recognition, we need true freedom of expression.
“If I would have listened to them, I’d be dead.”
Everything we do – all of our potential success – is dependent upon the quality of our education system.
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.
If all kinds of sex work were legalized, I think I’d see more people going into the business without hating themselves too much. Can’t let ridiculous laws that were set up decades ago by angry old white men hold you back.
When I get married, in the next 10 years, I will absolutely not be married in white nor will I be married with traditional vows.
The ancient Greeks believed that a woman’s womb was capable of wandering about the abdomen and causing a woman great mental distress and extreme emotional trauma, an ailment known as hysteria.
If you are not of a certain community and if a community speaks up to condemn the marginalization they face, you are in no place to challenge them or negotiate with them in hopes of trying to explain their own oppression to them.
By using such a narrow and extreme definition of beauty, Victoria’s Secret and companies like it are promoting starvation.
“Are you a…virgin?” This question strikes fear into the heart of many girls, because it’s a trap. If you say no, you’re a slut. If you say yes, you’re a prude. So in this paradoxical, virgin standard, what is a woman with sexual desires, or not, to do? Wikipedia defines virginity as… “the state…