"There was no one, over the past two years, better positioned to combat those things than you, dude, and you were too cowardly and craven to do it."
Trump's racism helped elect him. But it shouldn't dictate Democrats' response.
Gender equality begins at home, and we have a blueprint for perfecting our household union.
We need strong, brave men who are willing to do one of the most difficult things a person can do.
I’m jaded. There are moments when I just feel like screaming, but I sleep until noon instead. When I read something that
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The Recent Spate of Anti-'Identity Politics' Hand-Wringing Is Proof That We Need Intersectionality More Than Ever
Intersectionality reminds us that discussing the needs of various groups is not about reducing people to demographics.
While I agree that people seeking national or statewide office must have a vision that will address and resonate with all constituencies, it is a misconception that identity politics is defeated or repudiated by this last election.
The proper reaction to Trump's victory is not to fight him for the helm of a white America where concerns over race, sexuality, and other issues are banished to the back of the bus, it is to commit to defending the rights of everyone, especially those most threatened by hatred and prejudice.
When it comes to ginning up paranoid anger on the right, there is a difference between Rush Limbaugh and the average yahoo