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On Saturday, millions of demonstrators across the country came together in solidarity to let the world know that women’s rights are human rights, that we won’t sit idly while an insecure sexist and bigot takes aim at our dignity and our safety. In every major city, turnout substantially exceeded expectations. Washington anticipated 250,000 marchers, but … More Cast Your Vote

The 5 Best Ways to Be a Feminist Boyfriend

FEATURE IMAGE: from jezebel.com. NOTE: I always like to acknowledge when something I write is normative, and this certainly falls within that category. As a heterosexual male, the male-female romance is the only one I know intimately enough to feel comfortable offering advice on. It is never my intent to exclude or devalue other types of … More The 5 Best Ways to Be a Feminist Boyfriend

The DAPL: Business-As-Usual In A Land Founded On Atrocities

FEATURED IMAGE: Lakota Chief Arvol Looking Horse at Standing Rock, from tumblr.com. “It feels like 1875 because Natives are still fighting for our land.” ~American Indian writer, Sherman Alexie. Most of us have been brainwashed by twisted accounts of the European colonization of America taught in school. Amidst the resistance mounted at Standing Rock this … More The DAPL: Business-As-Usual In A Land Founded On Atrocities

What Should Non-Natives In The U.S. Call Our Fellow Native Citizens?

FEATURED THUMBNAIL IMAGE: newyorker.com. The Dakota Access Pipeline protest at Standing Rock, an important cultural event and an intense clash of race, climate change, and water concerns, has engendered a renewed focus on the lived experience of the Native peoples of our country. I anticipate a lot of talk about this issue in the coming … More What Should Non-Natives In The U.S. Call Our Fellow Native Citizens?