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First You See Them Standing There Half-Naked. Then They Take Turns Being Brutally Honest.

By | October 25, 2014

Guilt Free Desserts: Gluten Free Diabetic Safe Desserts It doesn’t matter if they’re walking down the street fully dressed or standing in the middle of a crowded New York park in their underwear. The type of harassment they talk about is never, ever OK. And consent is, most definitely, “a thing.” This installation was created by Diana Oh… Read More »

If Straight Boys Had Conversations On Sexuality Like This, The World Would Be A Much Better Place

By | October 21, 2014

If only all adolescent boy conversations went this way instead of how they usually do. Just an extra opinion from a gay man: The homophobic part of it is the way that question is usually asked — not as a question, but as an accusation. Think of the difference between: “Did you eat the last cookie?” and “Did… Read More »

There’s Something We All Start Doing To Babies When They’re Born That Can Change Them For Life

By | October 19, 2014

I could have started this paragraph by saying, “This guy’s got a point” or “He’s super right on, and you should watch his video!” But I won’t. There are a few good reasons why. Original video by RitchandFamous, otherwise known as Verity Richie, a vlogger who doesn’t use either he/him or she/her pronouns. You can refer to Ritchie… Read More »

A Guy With A Twisted Sense Of Humor Explains How Your Brain Is Quicker To Judge Than Your Eyes

By | October 19, 2014

You know that saying, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression?” It’s true enough, cliché as it may be. But whether we can make a good first impression isn’t quite as within our control as we may think. The research is only about perception and does not make claims about how honest or trustworthy… Read More »

Do Our Schools Pick On Children Of Color? Here’s What One Very Creative Person Has To Say.

By | October 18, 2014

Actor Anna Deavere Smith is fearless. She’s created one-woman performances around our toughest social issues, from health care to racial unrest, and here she talks about her work on how the educational system is failing children of color. Black students are three times as likely to be suspended as white ones, starting as early as preschool. And when… Read More »