All posts tagged prejudice

Is Feminism Failing?

In a recent piece for conservative news outlet The Daily Wire, Kassy Dillon made a bold statement: ‘radical feminists think…they are somehow saving women, but in reality, they are doing […]

The Oscars, Bathed in Moonlight – Is the Academy Heading in the Right, Representative Direction?

The Oscars are perhaps the most celebrated film awards ceremony. They are supposed to recognize excellence in cinematic achievements, judged by the Academy’s voting membership. However, they are historically problematic […]

The Good, The Bad and The Patriotic – What Clint Eastwood Can Learn from Kathryn Bigelow in Representing America

Clint Eastwood’s newest release, The 15:17 to Paris, has come under recent fire for its overt, treacly patriotism. While the heroes who inspired and in fact star in the film […]

It’s Time to Remove Labels

  Labels. Who needs them? While they might help clarify things for some people, I think they do more harm than good. I’m sure we all agree that sexuality is […]

The Rainbow Flag and its Creator

Unfortunately this past week, the creator of the rainbow flag, Gilbert Baker, passed away. As I hope most of you are aware this flag has become emblematic of the LGBT+ […]