Democratic countries around the world have become detached from their citizens. These nations need to once again engage their populations.
High-stakes political and social issues demand passion and a willingness to stand up to powerful interests. This is compatible with nuanced rhetoric.
From Hitchens’ niqab scenario to Murray’s bleak predictions for a sexless future, has sexual harassment forced us to choose between freedom and fear?
As women, let us ignore men’s (and some women’s) cries of witch hunt and become truly active agents rebuff personal shame and place it with the men.
We have to let go of an illusion – that there is some bright line between men who rape and men who don’t rape, between the bad guys and the good guys.
The existential search for identity through the politics of opposition for its own sake is shallow. We need convictions, not conformism.