A little guy was awakened by a nightmare last night. Fortunately, his nightmare was just a dream and won’t become reality. Others, however …
It’s primary election day in Indiana. What are we doing today? The same thing we do every day Pinky, try to take over the world. By voting.
We’ve stroked the black cat and come up with some strong predictions for the future. Whether you use them or ignore them is up to you.
Ack! We have too many leftover topics from this week that we never got around to talking about. So, Friday Follies it is! All the news that’s leftover.
Both the NCAA and the Advertising Standards Authority confirmed significant shifts in society. Forget your boycotts. It’s time to get with the game.
Being a mom isn’t all hugs and kisses and flowers and sunshine. Moms have known that for years. Now it’s time for everyone else to wake up and notice.
#MoreThanMean represents the millions of mean tweets and comments being directed toward women. We have created a culture of mean. Time to stop it.
A report released yesterday recommends department stores need to close 100s of mall locations. Goodbye, shopping habits. Retail just got ugly.
The CDC’s recent report on suicide grabbed headlines last week, but beyond reading about the matter we have a responsibility to do something.
A number of people and organizations decided to boycott Target and $20 bills this week. Those people are stupid. Boycotts don’t work. Take yours and shove it.
Drinking rain drops off an umbrella sounds cute, but when the quality of the water is in question, even simple play becomes potentially dangerous.
The presidential primaries bring the circus of bad politics to Indiana for the next two weeks. Our best move is to stay home and have sex. Lots of sex.
I wasn’t eligible for a Pulitzer prize in photography again this year, and I won’t be next year; with all respect to those who win, I don’t want one.
I’m likely to get in trouble for saying this, but state legislatures (the entity not the people) have outlived their usefulness and do more harm than good.
The internet was meant to be a great equalizer both in terms of information and opportunity but in many ways it has become a tool of the bourgeoisie
If “children are our future” then we have a responsibility to protect them not only in the present but the future as well. Why is getting Congress to do that so difficult?
Indiana could be a wonderful state, but its continued marginalization of its own people makes us want to cut the ropes and run far away.
Social change doesn’t come quickly or easily, but we found three ads that do more than just sell product; they try to make the world a better place.
Merle Haggard wasn’t actually born in Muskogee, but that doesn’t mean his songs weren’t as real as the Oklahoma clay. We take a moment to remember.
Photoshop has been maligned and blamed for a plethora of bad images, but it’s not the software that’s the problem. Let’s set some things straight.
Both Amy Schumer and Iskla Lawrence have had issues over being labeled “plus” size. Maybe we need to stop calling anything “plus” and find better labels.
The world is an absolute mess this morning and it would be really easy to just give up on everyone and everything. But, life is a cabaret, old chum. Come to the cabaret.
We have allowed ourselves to create a society bent on cruelty. Now, it is time we ditch the cruelty and replace it with niceness, smiles, and positivity.
Fashion retailer Pierre Bergé, co-founder of Yves Saint Laurent, blasted designers making clothes for Arab women. We think he’s out of line. Please take a look.
A new ad for Inter-LGBT in France runs viewers through the obstacle course that comes with being marginalized. This nightmare is real. Take a look.
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