Gay and bisexual men must choose between their sex lives and saving a life due to the blood ban.
This year Black History Month comes at a pretty devastating time in the nation's history. Despite steps forward, the continued prejudice against non-white Americans has come into the spotlight again with persistent systemic racial violence and a new President whose casually racist platform has encouraged white supremacists to come out of the woodworks.
When I think about women, the first person I think about is my mother. As a young woman in old video tapes; complaining about
One of the biggest reasons I hear from parents why they don't discuss gender and sexuality with their children is, "they're too young to understand." What I hear with that response is, "it's not something I understand or am comfortable speaking with them about." Children will learn anything we teach them.
It's clear that breaking down patriarchal power structures will require more of us to accept women as their leaders, and more women to contend to be accepted as leaders.
Moms can't wait any longer for equal rights. We have to claim them now. That's the new motherhood brand, tenderhearted tough
America, with all its wealth and technology, doesn't seem much further along than third-world countries when it comes to how women are viewed. The fact that someone like Donald Trump has gotten as far as he has, spurred on by millions of militant, mindless followers, leaves a rather bleak view of women's rights and their future status. We should all be concerned.