The former NFL players say "locker room culture" and a troublesome definition of masculinity are part of the problem.
There are infinite varieties of men or at least about 3.5 billion different ones living on Earth now, Klansmen and human rights activists, drag queens and duck hunters. For the purposes of feminism, I'd like to delineate three big blurry categories.
"The Vikings have also never engaged in the various comments that Kluwe and Halunen have provided to the media over the past
What have I learned about the guiding principle of politically free sport, bringing nations together in peace and harmony under the benevolent hand of the IOC? I've learned there is a problem with Sochi.
Michael Sam is a gay black man, but should that be a strike against him because there are people too afraid to play alongside him?
We are living in two Americas at once. While we are arguing about the word God on a dollar bill, the religious right is dismantling secularism one brick at a time.
Kluwe said he unfortunately wasn't that surprised by the comments in the Sports Illustrated article. He predicted that if
“When it comes to playing a children’s game versus hopefully making a difference in people’s lives and hopefully getting
“It is extremely important for the Vikings organization to react immediately and comprehensively with an independent review
Brendon Ayanbadejo believes Chris Kluwe is "100% right" in claiming his views led to him losing his job in the NFL. Kluwe