It is absurd and terrifying that we are the main country where this regularly happens yet we have not actively made constant and conscious efforts to change it.
Fox Sports Radio host Clay Travis said, “I only believe in two things completely: the First Amendment and boobs.”
Today, feet hit the pavement along parade routes to celebrate Women’s Equality Day. Just yesterday, the feet that marched down those streets were those of white supremacists.
As a muslim woman, reading about the horrific murder of Nabra Hassanen was not something I could just move on from when the news did.
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The sights are those I’ve seen before
Earlier this week, an employee at Google, James Damore was fired after writing and sharing an internal, 3,300-word “man-ifesto” in which he attacked Google’s “politically correct monoculture.”
The final lyric in the song is, “I know that it’s hard for you to imagine, that I’m not the young girl you once knew. I’m no longer 12 what you see is a woman, soaring in front of you.”
This country was founded on the principle “all men are created equal.”
Ever since the sixth grade I had been turning the idea of identity in my head like a revolving door. I often reflected on what it meant to be a Pakistani-American Muslim.