When you use the wrong pronoun, you’ve crossed my boundary but you could never misgender me.
“I don’t want to be like the other guys you met,” he said.
While touting tech ‘advancements’ as being explicitly based in eugenics or scientific racism may be out of fashion, that doesn’t mean it’s not happening.
This is only slightly a review of Queen & Slim, and more-so a take on the politics of visibility and how many of us will die to be seen not knowing that being seen is, too, death.
A group of progressive attorneys is refusing to enforce new abortion laws. But in a legal landscape so hostile to choice, is deliberate inaction enough?
“Sometimes I feel like my gender is just happening to me.”
Although the day after Thanksgiving is often reduced to “capitalist consumption for the un-woke masses,” it has become a favorite family tradition of time spent with two women I love.
Social media is reshaping the medical industry’s abuse or, at least, the extent to which that abuse can be shared. It also provides a platform where workers can reinforce dangerous beliefs.
Big brands and art meet at the Playa Vista pop-up — and, yeah it’s commercial but it’s also ill.
Activist Renee Bracey Sherman on why debate moderators must ask the presidential candidates about their plans to protect the right to an abortion.