Standing in front of the Lincoln Memorial before a throng of civil-rights activists in August of 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his
In the past few months, I witnessed a reinvigoration of discussions regarding microaggressions– whether that’s a societal phenomenon, or just something I have personally
According to Carol Adams, the author of The Sexual Politics of Meat, “Meat is a symbol for patriarchal control.” Meat has been historically associated
Abortion opponents often like to dwell on minutia, such as whether or not Planned Parenthood profits from making embryonic organs available for life-saving research.
June 2015 was a remarkable month for President Obama. In particular. the last week of the month was a real “winner” for the president.
I decided I wanted to don the hijab last summer. It’s been almost a year now since I became a hijabi (someone who wears
Most people are aware of the problems associated with the color pink.If you walk down the aisles at Toys “R” Us you will find
I recently administered a survey to a group of students at Truman University on the topic of sexual assault. The results showed that most
The controversy surrounding an event known to the internet as “Gamer Gate”, or “#gamergate,” if you prefer, has lead me to reflect on some
It’s hard enough to come to terms with sexual assault—the inevitable cycle of self-blame, self-loathing, abhorrence for the attacker, fear and paranoia, nagging doubts,