Alcohol is marketed to us, particularly middle class women, as elegant, delicate and a little bit rebellious. Whatever the companies tell you: It’s ethanol. So what’s with the addiction?
Man’s relentless quest for more sophisticated technology and thirst for an even greater enhanced cyberspace may prove to be responsible for an overloading of his brain with, paradoxically, fewer connections
Whether arts and culture, education, politics, science, and religion, International Women’s day as one peak to Women’s History Month is an important reflection, and, from one obscure Canadian’s view, this appears praiseworthy to me.
This week a Muslim girl was captured on camera dancing in Birmingham. Viewed over 1 million times on social media, the Muslim girl, who is seen ‘twerking’, received a barrage of criticism and death threats for “disrespecting” Islam.
We have an opportunity here to change the landscape and make a stand for equality and ultimately the safety of women. It is not an opportunity to be missed and it certainly is not an occasion where the ‘locker room’ narrative can win.
Identity politics has severed identity from agency, turning back the clock on the progressive gains made in the twentieth century’s post-war period.
(Scroll down for video) Saturday’s march 4 Trump, or march for Trump if you prefer, went exactly as many predicted: lots of shouting and sporadic bouts…