Tag Archives: Inequality

A letter to my nieces on race in America & the future

Dear Blair & Quinn, (A Letter to My Nieces) You were born into a family of love that has showered you with affection, positivity, and privilege since your first moments on the planet. Blair, I knew you understood this when … Continue reading

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An open letter to ‘Hack Wilson’ & White America

Dear Hack Wilson & White America: I respectfully write to you today to discuss Derrick Bell and a post on hackwilson.blogspot.com. In this letter, I will not shove my liberal opinions down your throat, nor will I demand answers. I … Continue reading

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Three or Four Highly Critical Individuals

In light of today’s good Prop 8 news, I’ll share a semi-related story from last night. Last night I wrote a post about the horrible anti-gay policies enacted by a school district (Michelle Bachmann’s alma mater) due to pressure from … Continue reading

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Civil Rights and Referendums

Last night the Washington State Senate approved a measure that would allow gay and lesbian couples to marry this summer. But don’t give up the fight just quite yet: Even though a referendum clause amendment was rejected, opponents have already … Continue reading

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Why Choice Shouldn’t Matter

I’ve long been an advocate of the fact that humans do not choose their sexuality. I’ve also always believed in the “shades of gray” theory of human sexuality, if you want to call it that. Sexuality is not defined in … Continue reading

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