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Speaking Out

One Over the past few decades, an important movement has erupted from within the global community. The objective is to eradicate hate and to protect the right to love whomever we chose. This is the objective of the LGBTQ+ organization. Though the group is often portrayed as wanting to corrupt the minds of youth or … Continue reading

Response to Ghostbusters’ Controversy

On July 15, 2016, the released of the new movie Ghostbusters caused quite a bit of controversy. The remake of the 1984 Ghostbusters supernatural comedy film probably wouldn’t have gained a whole lot of attention had it not been for the reversal of the cast. The original movie depicted 4 males finding and destroying ghosts, while … Continue reading

Lena Dunham and White Feminism

As of 2016, the Webster’s online dictionary defines feminism as “the belief that men and women should have equal rights and opportunities,” but what about everyone and everything in between? As is the case with many words, Webster’s definition only serves to underline The Big Picture. To dictionaries, the details, when thinking about what Webster’s … Continue reading

Reflection on Black Lives Matter Criticism

When I scrolled through Facebook today, I noticed that Louisiana police allegedly arrested over dozens of activists at Black Lives Matter protests because they will not tolerate blocking traffic, but what struck me more is that instead, they will tolerate violence against black bodies in the United States. They will tolerate the murders of Philando … Continue reading