Huffington Post columnist, Jessica Luther, who is a freelance journalist, author and co-host of the feminist sports podcast, Burn It All Down, wants more women's basketball coverage. She believes increased promotion will lead to greater popularity. Ms. Luther, you could feature women's basketball daily and I still wouldn't watch. Women's basketball sucks! I'm a lifelong … Continue reading Women’s Basketball Sucks
The Millennial generation fascinates me due to their collective failure to reason and act logically. Each generation of course has strengths and weaknesses. The 1960s offered children a world where The Bomb could result in global destruction at any moment while The Pill created a "free love" culture and new opportunities for women. Kids grew up … Continue reading Enough with statues, give back the land
UPDATE: 4.4.18: I've listened to a number of Black protestors who talked about the "great guy" and "decent family man" Stephon Clark was. Nobody has explained why he was running through backyards. Was he breaking in homes? Faith Linthicum, a California nurse, was fired from her job after suggesting Stephon Clark deserved to be killed by … Continue reading Shot in the Back Seven Times
Hillary Clinton whined again this week about criticism she should "go away" after losing to President Donald Trump. She claims the calls are based in sexism, arguing critics never asked that of losing candidates who are male. That began to happen after the election ... I was really struck by how people said that to … Continue reading Enough with Sexism — Go Away Hillary
I was looking through some archived files when I came across a memo from Brianna Chavez, which she had written to her supervisor on October 30, 1997: Stella, I was address by Scott Goold with a comment that made me feel uncomfortable. He said, "You shouldn't walk by my room like that and dressed in … Continue reading She Called Me Harasser
Yesterday, I pointed out the gender bias in reports about teen suicide. These are tragic occurrences and represent collective failures of our society. No child, boy or girl, should suffer conditions that lead them to take their own life. Adults and leaders have an obligation to create a better world for all our children. I … Continue reading The War Against Boys
Each day I read another article about the growing challenges for girls, teen females and women in America. In the August 4, 2017 edition of TIME Health, Rachel Lewis wrote, "The suicide rate among teen girls reached a 40-year high in 2015, according to new analysis from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention." Researchers found … Continue reading Girls Commit Suicide. Who Cares About Boys?