When we stop respecting our shared Americanness, we have no respect left for anything else.
The worst thing about inclusion on the left is exclusion on the left. Identity politics doesn’t work when you aim it at each other.
I don’t think Trump was an accident. I think we got exactly what we wanted–and deserved.
Everybody is different, yet everybody is the same. Is the most politically dangerous statement in the world.
There are better ways to #resist and fight the good fight than living from online petition to online petition.
Anyone who thinks the experience of male victims of sexual predation is invalid because we are male victims is welcome to go back in time and have my experiences for me. Because I would prefer to not to have those memories myself.
Should you ever find Disney World is more tolerant of others than you are, it’s probably time to rethink some of the assumptions you harbor about the world, and especially about yourself.
Over the next four years, we must promise to be there to pick up the weight when it’s time for others to put it down. We must be there for each other in love and solidarity.
The lessons of inclusion and fairness some voters still refuse to learn got through to me loud and clear four decades ago on Saturday morning television.
How close should allies be standing to the Black Lives Matter movement? And who gets to decide who they are and how close they stand, anyway?