The terrorist organization we refer to as Daesh is using the popularity of clothing to spread its message and increase its ranks. This is scary. Please, look.
As many celebrate their belief in a supernatural event, may we also consider that the deity being celebrated is one of our own construction, and so are the others.
Feelings of impending doom can be symptoms of serious health issues, such as too much Nutmeg. Not kidding. We have to shake this. We have options.
#LoveTwitter #HumanRightsDay and #WorldPoetryDay are all celebrated today. We need days like this, you and I. Let’s embrace the day and each other.
You never know who has experienced tragedy of some sort this weekend. Recovering from a weekend full of tragedy requires kindness from each of us.
Today is International Day of Happiness, declared by the United Nations as a day of environmental awareness. So, why am I not feeling all that happy?
Fashion has always been separated by gender, but with new moves by Zara and Dries Van Noten that separation may slowly disappear.
AMC’s new series Preacher wowed at SXSW this week. Our perspective of ministers may be skewed but only because it mirrors the reality we see. This is comic book gospel.
March has this huge sports thingy right in the middle of the month and apparently I lose testosterone points if I don't participate. Filling out my bracket.
Science, particularly psychology, is proving to be difficult to prove, but part of the problem may be bullying affecting how research is reproduced. Is there anything we can trust?
Riots and protests at political events in Chicago and St. Louis look familiar to those old enough to remember 1968. History repeats, you know.
Splenda, DiGiorno, Lean Cuisine, Stouffers, and even french fries have come under attack this week. Is all the food in the world dangerous? Of course not.
Declarations of love are a wonderful thing, but when doing so results in the loss of rights and dignity, something is terribly wrong. We have a simple solution.
Today is International Women’s Day, but for all the hype and speeches, what are we actually doing to help gender equality issues? Less talk. More action.
When I was younger, I considered any threat of true apocalypse to be far fetched. Now, not only is apocalypse possible, some people are wishing for it.
Joy Fleek, Pat Conroy, and Bud Collins all died yesterday. Why is their death more notable than others? Whose lives genuinely matter? Time to evaluate life.
Over 30,000,000 people in the United States do not have even basic reading skills. The costs of illiteracy to our society are enormous. You need to see this.
78-yr-old supermodel Cheryl Tiegs called plus-size model Ashley Graham unhealthy and we find that extremely insulting to everyone.
Folks at the University of Houston are concerned about dying. So, we’ve compiled a list of 7 ways to help professors or anyone else avoid that nasty complication.
Being nice isn’t all that difficult, but we seem to have forgotten how and the examples being set are far from positive. We need to say something nice.
Once words leave your brain and are communicated to someone in any form, you cede control of those words. You don’t own them. Speak carefully.
We can’t legally say the Miss Fashion Week contest is a scam, but their deliberate stance against transgender diversity is one of many red flags. Stay far away.
Zika looms as a potential disaster not only for South America but for the entire world. No easy prevention. No known cure. This is trouble.
You never know when the big game is going to be a blowout; it’s happened to Denver 3 times before. Here are some conversation starters, just in case.
The CDC recommendation on alcohol use by women is offensive and indulges in victim blaming and perpetuates an inexcusable rape culture
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