A note on how we’re all responsible for creating an unhealthy political environment.
Days like today, it just feels like too much. Too much tragedy. Too much inhumanity. Too much indifference from people who should know better. Days like today, I feel so tempted to throw in the towel and stop trying to make things better, because it’s too much. I think of Moses, exhausted and unable to … Read more
I posted this just now on Facebook and wanted to share it here: I’ve spent the morning being devastated and speechless once again at the terror that one human being can inflict on so many others. As someone who’s lost a family member to gun violence, news like this always feels personal. But an attack … Read more
Why do minority groups sometimes seem so loud and angry? Well, it’s all part of a cycle.
When you’re white, it’s tempting to think of racism as a thing of the past, from an era of segregated bathrooms. But it’s not all better, and we have a responsibility to do something about it.
I’ve dealt with more than my fair share of nasty, hurtful, and angry comments on the internet. Here’s how I’ve learned to respond to them.
This brilliant chart is from Kristen Myers, based on the original here.
This is the truth. From my friend Greg White, who posts some very funny comics (and other assorted art) on his blog right here.
A few thoughts on how deeply ingrained sexism is in our everyday culture, and why men need to be careful about treating our experiences as the standard for everyone.
My heart’s desire: to see us all be nicer to others, even the people we imagine to be indestructible because they’re famous or separated by a computer screen.