Tag: United States

I’m Crying Because They Knew What Was Coming 50 Years Ago and Couldn’t, Or Didn’t, Stop It Then

A couple of songs came up, and now I can’t stop crying. This has been the longest war. It’s been a culture war from the start, and we, the people, the working class, have been losing.

Which Democratic candidates are staying on top of trans news? Here’s a slideshow answer:

Transgender issues such as the right to body autonomy aren’t solely a trans matter. Especially as the United States is inflamed regarding recent abortion bans, it’s a subtopic on the issue of body autonomy. Similarly, we can talk about discrimination against many people barring them from housing, education, healthcare, and

Sweetie, You’re Not Stupid or a Fascist and Here’s Why

It isn’t always easy to tell if the person you’re talking to is a fascist. Sometimes they’re simply ignorant. Well, regardless of which bucket they fall into, throw them this way, maybe they’ll read, maybe they won’t. Ultimately, it’s up to them.

“I’m on a Mission,” El Paso to San Diego, and Beyond

Between El Paso, TX and San Diego, CA, I learned a lot more about the border crisis than I would have simply consuming news in Denver, CO or New York, NY. Seeing first-hand who is helping migrant, legal refugees, and what they need can change how you believe in others. Seeing is believing; so what if there were an organization helping you report what you see and teaching you how to get hands-on in helping others? That’s my goal.

“Excuse my beauty.”

Contrapoints in this episode brings to your eyes and ears the discourse of transfeminism. Although from the frontline of “radical” feminist attacks, communication becomes abused by bigots. In this way, you can learn more about racism and homophobia from this video essay; WATCH.

Borderline Humanitarian Crisis

Open Borders, my new photo gallery on 500px, during the month of April is donating 100% to humanitarian causes. Learn more.

The Big Progressive Wins on Election Night, Midterms 2018

Democrats were looking forward to a Blue Wave. Progressives were hoping for progressive candidates. Right-of-center? A redder political map. Well, we can delve into that later on, but here’s what we got for the most part last night. The Big Progressive Wins First, a list. Next what we can expect

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