Social Justice

Black Lives Matter: Another Explanation for Ignorant White People

After coming across yet another article opposing the Black Lives Matter Movement in which a person argues that there is no foundation for the movement itself, I will be going through all of the reasons in which that is inherently misinformed. This particular opinion piece, written by The Humble Nerd on WordPress , made many baseless… Continue reading Black Lives Matter: Another Explanation for Ignorant White People

Khaleesi Quinn · Opinion · Social Justice

Millennials: The “Bleeding Heart” Generation

Nearly every day I see or hear someone bashing “Millennials” for how we’ve grown to act as adults. I am constantly told that we’re all lazy, entitled, selfish, shallow, and overall giant pieces of crap. It comes from all directions, whether the person be my age or older than me, but what gets me the… Continue reading Millennials: The “Bleeding Heart” Generation

Election 2016 · Julia of Oceania · Social Justice

Reflecting on the 2016 Election 

Being a “feeler” or an empath, is one of the most essential parts of my being. I feel things, often to the point of exhaustion. This can be a blessing and a bit of a curse. So processing the results of this election has definitely been difficult for me. These last few days have been… Continue reading Reflecting on the 2016 Election 

Election 2016 · Social Justice

Final Thoughts on the Election

Today, I was hoping to wake up and tell a girl “you could grow up to be president” without it being wishful thinking. Still, a woman with 30 years of political experience just narrowly lost presidency to (all jokes aside) an admitted racist who built his platform on advocating for rape and systematic oppression, and has no political… Continue reading Final Thoughts on the Election

Bella Lane · black lives matter · Social Justice

5 Ingredients for White Privilege Part 2: Mass Incarceration

“Like Jim Crow (and slavery), mass incarceration operates as a tightly networked system of laws, policies, customs, and institutions that operate collectively to ensure the subordinate status of a group defined largely by race.” ― Michelle Alexander, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness After addressing the origin of the criminalization of… Continue reading 5 Ingredients for White Privilege Part 2: Mass Incarceration

Election 2016 · Social Justice

Joe Walsh is Grabbing his “Musket” if Donald Trump is Not Elected Come November 9th

Former Representative Joe Walsh is immediately under fire again due to a tweet. Instead of threatening war on the President this time though, He’s threatened to grab his “musket” if Donald Trump is not elected come November 9th. There has yet to be an explanation following this tweet, however, plenty of people have already begun… Continue reading Joe Walsh is Grabbing his “Musket” if Donald Trump is Not Elected Come November 9th

feminism · Social Justice · violence against women · womens health

On the “Not all Men” Movement

Being a woman is really something special. We are magic; we are divine creatures made up of tenacity and spirit. I have grown to feel a special sort of kindredness towards the women that I know and meet. Despite our age, sexual orientation, ethnicity, and religion (or a lack thereof), we are all part of… Continue reading On the “Not all Men” Movement