This thought experiment is not anti-male; it is a call to awareness. It asks society to recognize and address the exhaustive measures women take to navigate their lives safely.
May 4th isn't just the Star Wars day. It's also the remembrance day of Kent State.
Advocates for smaller government need to find a way to show that government isn't needed to feed the hungry, provide shelter for the homeless or educate the young.
Some people will do anything to acquire currency, including telling you that something is real when it isn't. The currency of social media is viewers.
"Advocates for minimal government intervention and personal freedom should, therefore, view the case not through the narrow lens of the abortion debate but as a critical issue of healthcare access and personal liberty."
Former President Jimmy Carter departs after attending the funeral service for his wife, Rosalynn Carter, at Maranatha Baptist Church, in Plains, Ga., Nov. 29, 2023. AP Photo/John Bazemore
Embracing Compassion and Choice: The Let.Live Philosophy and the Death with Dignity Movement In the journey of life, the manner of its closing chapters holds profound significance. The Death with Dignity movement, advocating for the right to choose a dignified and peaceful end to one’s life […]
A Roadmap to Accessible Education In recent years, the landscape of higher education financing has undergone significant shifts, with one of the most notable changes being the repeal of the tuition and fees deduction in 2021. This alteration, brought about by theTaxpayer Certainty and Disaster Tax […]
There is no conversation about consent that is inappropriate, and we should welcome conversations about what constitutes a consensual activity.
...the path to liberation is not just about celebrating past victories. It's an ongoing struggle against systemic inequalities, gender biases, and discrimination that persist across the globe...
As we approach the close of Black History Month, it's a poignant time for reflection—not just on the achievements and struggles of African Americans but on the enduring significance of why we dedicate this month to such a vital part of our collective history.