With thousands of hours to fill on multiple channels, why can’t we have a more broadly informed population on issues like Brazil that mimics our current pathology?
The big question is whether sexism can make women sick. The answer is found bound within the data and should surprise no one.
Racism and prejudice have made me much stronger with an armor of steel. But for too many, it stunts their growth. It cripples their possibilities.
Rudy Francisco addressed sexism and misogyny as I have never heard before in a bold and vulnerable manner that teaches the realities.
State Representative Senfronia Thompson has been around for a long time. She has lived through it all and seen it all. And she is still standing.
Over the years I’ve learned to compartmentalize everything including racists. In doing so it has allowed me to deal with it objectively without emotions.
Hillary Clinton won the women’s vote. She did not win the vote of white women, and she called their support for a misogynist in Joy-Ann Reid interview.
Hillary Clinton in an interview with Joy-Ann Reid perfectly deconstructed the sexism and misogyny women face and their complicity to some extent.
Progressives may have taken a hit in 2016, but if the sentiment at Netroots Nation 2017 is an arbiter of things to come, 2018 could be great.
This morning I read an important diary from a female blogger at DailyKos on sexism that should open the eyes of many in the Progressive and other spheres.