Florida Elects First Openly Queer Latino Politician

It’s no secret that the US is quite divided when it comes to political opinions. Being one of the most populated countries in the world, over 300 million fight for their personal political agenda across all democratic platforms. A War of Two Camps While there is a nuance to every idea, nearly all public debates … Read more

Game Changers: 18 LGBTQ+ Athletes Revolutionizing the World of Sports

Have you ever wondered who the trailblazers of LGBTQ+ representation in sports are? These athletes have not only excelled in their sports but also significantly influenced the LGBTQ+ community’s visibility and acceptance. Let’s dive into the lives and legacies of these groundbreaking individuals. 1. Billie Jean King A titan on the tennis court, Billie Jean … Read more

21 Things You Will Only See in Texas

Texas isn’t just a place on the map—it’s a way of life. Ever wonder what makes Texans so darn proud? Here are 21 uniquely Texan things you just can’t experience anywhere else. 1. Celebrate Texas Independence Day March 2nd is a big deal here. Texans celebrate with parades, festivals, and a hearty dose of state … Read more

Juneteenth: White and Black Americans Should Stand Together and Celebrate

If you’re an American, Juneteenth isn’t just a date on the calendar—it’s a part of your history that really should matter to you. Here’s why both White and Black Americans should stand together in honoring this significant day. 1. It’s American History Juneteenth isn’t just Black history; it’s American history. Acknowledging this day helps everyone … Read more

20 States That Have Regressed LGBTQ Rights

Recent years have seen a troubling wave of legislative actions aimed at curbing LGBTQ rights across the United States. These measures have had profound political ramifications and dire consequences for the lives of many individuals. 1. Texas Reinforces Anti-Transgender Legislation In Texas, 2024 saw the introduction of severe restrictions on transgender healthcare and sports participation. … Read more

Behind the Mask: Life Lessons I Learned From Life in Drag

Living life in drag has not only transformed my wardrobe but also my perspective. Ever wondered what it’s like to walk a mile in these glittering heels? 1. Confidence Is King Strutting onto a stage with all eyes on you can be terrifying, but drag taught me the art of unshakeable confidence. Every performance is … Read more

Not Sorry: 12 LGBTQ+ Leaders Proud to Be Rewriting Political History

From city halls to Capitol Hill, these LGBTQ+ politicians are breaking barriers, championing equality, and shaping the future of American politics. Let’s celebrate their courage, resilience, and unwavering commitment to making a difference. 1. Tammy Baldwin As the first openly gay person elected to the U.S. Senate, Tammy Baldwin has been a tireless advocate for … Read more

Queer Icons or Virtue Signalers? 21 Firms Who Say They’re Doing More to Support LGBTQ+ Culture

In today’s progressive corporate world, championing LGBTQ+ inclusion isn’t just about equality—it’s also about enhancing brand reputation and engaging in a bit of virtue signaling. Here’s a salute to the 21 American companies that are not only embracing diversity but are also leading the charge in promoting an inclusive culture. Ever wondered who is setting … Read more

RFK Jr.’s Transphobic Outburst Blamed On An Unexpected Reason

What often impairs judgment? Many people work their lives to overcome severe prejudices and learned biases so they can become more accepting. However,  landing on the wrong side of history is not always the individual’s fault. Who’s to Blame In some cases, external factors must be considered to fully comprehend the situation. Horrific side effects … Read more

18 Read-Before-You-Die LGBTQ Autobiographies

Exploring the depths of personal struggle, triumph, and identity, LGBTQ+ autobiographies and memoirs offer readers a profound insight into the lives of individuals who have navigated the complexities of gender, sexuality, and societal acceptance. Which memoirs and autobiographies truly capture the essence of the LGBTQ+ experience in America? 1. “Becoming Nicole” by Amy Ellis Nutt … Read more

Hate Strikes Twice: Stonewall Pride Flags Suffer Vandalism Yet Again

Repeated acts of vandalism mar Pride month celebrations at one of the most important LGBTQ+ monuments.  Repeated Vandalism For the second year in a row, more than 150 Pride flags hung at the Stonewall National Monument were destroyed.  Extent of the Damage In Greenwich Village, someone vandalized more than 160 flags inside and outside the … Read more

No Way: Louisiana Judge Blocks Biden’s Newest Protections for Trans Student

A federal judge in Louisiana has blocked the Biden administration’s Title IX rules that were meant to create protections for LGBTQ students because these rules overstepped the bounds of federal authority and interfered with state laws. Impacting Gender Identity The ruling specifically impacts policies related to gender identity, such as who is allowed to participate … Read more

15 States LGBTQ+ Americans Are Moving to in Droves

As 2024 unfolds, LGBTQ+ Americans are moving to states that are not only safe but also welcoming. Here are 15 states that have become popular new homes for the community. 1. California California remains a beacon for LGBTQ+ individuals with its robust protections, inclusive healthcare policies, and vibrant community support networks in cities like San … Read more

LGBTQ Voters Are Unconvinced by Biden – 21 Reasons Why

As we edge closer to another election, many in the LGBTQ+ community remain skeptical about President Biden’s leadership. Have his policies truly reflected the promises made to this vibrant and diverse community? 1. Slow Progress on Key Promises Despite campaign promises, many in the LGBTQ+ community feel that progress on significant issues like anti-discrimination protections … Read more

Trans Rights Controversy: Republican States Clash with Biden Administration

The Biden administration has made groundbreaking revisions to Title IX rules so that they now include protections against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in education. Republican Reactions As a reaction to these new Title IX protections for the transgender community, Republicans have responded with a series of lawsuits against the Biden administration. … Read more

Gender-Change Surgery Costs Included in State Health Plans in Virginia

The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, has issued a landmark ruling that will require state-run health insurance plans to cover gender-affirming surgeries for transgender people, a first in U.S. history for such a federal appellate court mandate. The decision centered on employee health plans in North Carolina and West Virginia, two … Read more

Freedom and Resilience: Juneteenth Facts You Need to Know

You’ve heard of Juneteenth, but do you actually know what it’s all about? This celebrated day holds deep significance in the fabric of American history, representing freedom, resilience, and the ongoing fight for equality. 1. The Origin Story Juneteenth marks the day on June 19, 1865, when Major General Gordon Granger landed in Galveston, Texas, … Read more

Trans-Supporters Lash Out at Biden Over Student Protections

GOP leaders lash out at the Biden Administration over transgender student protections. Biden Continues to Postpone Title XI Update GOP states are rallying together against the Biden administration, saying that he cannot keep putting the anti-trans legislation on hold simply because it is an election year.  Ongoing Struggles Biden’s plan to prohibit an all encompassing … Read more

New York Honors Rioters With Stonewall LGBTQ+ Monument and Historic Station Name Change

To honor the historic Stonewall Riots, New York officials are renaming the closest subway station to the Christopher Street-Stonewall National Monument station, and the National Park Service plans to open the Stonewall National Monument Visitor Center in 2024.  Stonewall Uprising and Its Significance The Stonewall Riots, also known as the Stonewall Uprising, began on June … Read more

Biden’s Transgender Protection Law, Texas Makes 75th Legal Challenge

The state of Texas has officially initiated legal action against the Biden administration for a new rule that would protect people’s access to gender transition care.  Providing Care The contested rule from the Biden administration mandates that health providers and insurance companies provide gender-affirming care without discrimination. Background on the Rule The rule, issued by … Read more

Signs Your Partner Is Suffering Childhood Trauma

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When someone you care about is silently struggling with past trauma, it’s not always easy to spot. Here’s how you might begin to notice that something deeper is affecting them. 1. Intense Emotional Reactions They might overreact to things that seem trivial to others, a potential sign that certain triggers are at play. 2. Avoidance … Read more

25 Reasons America Is the Envy of the Rest of the World

America is often seen as the land of opportunity and innovation, inspiring admiration and envy from people around the globe. What makes the United States such a standout nation? 1. Hollywood Hollywood is the epicenter of global entertainment, producing films and TV shows that captivate audiences worldwide. The glamour and fame associated with Hollywood stars … Read more

Texas Democrat Rebel Faces Major Blow on Gender-Affirming Care Vote

After breaking away from her own political party to vote against transgender healthcare, the Democratic lawmaker was defeated before she began.  Losing the Primary Texas Democrat Representative Shawn Thierry lost in the primary election for the coveted south Houston seat after making quite the controversial decision.  Thierry’s Previous Track Record For the past four terms, … Read more

20 Queer Icons Who Fearlessly Changed America

Looking for some inspiration? These 20 LGBTQ+ American heroes have fearlessly broken barriers, challenged stereotypes, and paved the way for progress. Who’s your favorite trailblazer? 1. Harvey Milk The first openly gay elected official in California, Milk’s advocacy and political leadership continue to inspire LGBTQ+ activists worldwide. 2. Marsha P. Johnson A key figure in … Read more

20 Unmissable LGBTQ Documentaries That Will Blow Your Mind

The following documentaries provide a rich and varied perspective on the lives, struggles, and triumphs of the LGBTQ+ community in America. Each film offers a unique insight into the historical and contemporary issues faced by LGBTQ+ individuals. 1. “Paris is Burning” (1990) This groundbreaking documentary offers a vibrant snapshot of the 1980s Harlem drag ball … Read more

Retiring Americans Are Flocking to Live in These 10 Locations

The quest for an idyllic retirement leads many Americans beyond domestic borders, driven by desires for better climates, enriching cultures, and often, a more affordable lifestyle. The following countries not only promise a picturesque setting for the golden years but also offer straightforward visa processes for retirees. 1. Mexico Mexico’s vibrant culture, stunning beaches, and … Read more

18 Most Queer-Friendly Cities Across the USA

Looking for a welcoming community where you can be yourself? These 18 cities across America are known for their vibrant LGBTQ+ scenes, inclusive policies, and supportive communities. Whether you’re planning to relocate or just looking for a vacation destination, these cities have something for everyone. 1. San Francisco, California A historic LGBTQ+ hub, San Francisco … Read more

21 Major Red Flags of Narcissistic Behavior

Ever felt like something was off while dating someone new? What red flags helped you realize you might be dealing with a narcissist? 1. Love Bombing Early On He showered me with compliments and gifts right from the start, making it all seem like a fairy tale. But this intensity felt overwhelming and insincere, tipping … Read more

21 States Where Racial Tensions Are Reaching Crisis Point

In a nation marked by increasing diversity, pinpointing where racial tensions are escalating is more relevant than ever. Are we ready to address and understand these conflicts? 1. Minnesota Minnesota’s racial tensions were globally highlighted after the death of George Floyd in May 2020, leading to worldwide protests. Minneapolis continues to face challenges in policing … Read more

Pride and Progress: 18 Landmark Moments for LGBTQ+ Rights in the U.S.

The LGBTQ+ community has fought tirelessly for recognition, acceptance, and equal rights throughout American history. From Stonewall to marriage equality, these milestones have reshaped the cultural landscape and paved the way for progress. Let’s take a look at 18 pivotal moments that have left an indelible mark on American society. 1. Stonewall Riots The Stonewall … Read more

20 Ways American Society Gaslights Women Daily

Heard of gaslighting? It’s when someone messes with your head to make you doubt yourself, impacting self-perception and autonomy. But did you know that women often face this not just in relationships, but also from society? 1. Questioning Professional Competence Women’s abilities in professional settings are frequently undermined or questioned, making them doubt their qualifications … Read more

From Nope to Woke: 21 Signs You’re Embraced a Woke World

Have you caught yourself smirking at the word “mainstream” lately? If you’re navigating the tightrope of modern societal norms while rolling your eyes, congratulations—you might just be the epitome of woke. Let’s traipse through the minefield of your enlightened existence, shall we? After all, being woke in the UK isn’t just about sipping ethically sourced … Read more

Seething: 20 Things That INFURIATE Boomers

Navigating the generational divides of our time reveals a list of modern trends and evolving social norms that seem specifically designed to challenge the patience of many Boomers. Here’s a look at 20 aspects of contemporary life that often ruffle the feathers of the Boomer generation. 1. Smartphones at Dinner The common sight of every … Read more

“Love Thy Neighbor” – Ms. Rachel, Social Media Educator’s Comeback to Conservative Backlash to Pride Post

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Social media sensation Ms. Rachel reiterates that she is dedicated to including the LGBTQ+ community on her platform regardless of intense backlash from Conservative followers.  Ms. Rachel’s Vocal Support Known as Ms. Rachel online, Rachel Griffin Accurso made headlines this week after sharing support for the LGBTQ+ community to kick off Pride Month.  Celebrating Pride … Read more

Living as a Trans Male Is Lonelier Than Being a Woman

Transitioning has been a life-changing experience for me, but it hasn’t come without its challenges. From shifting dynamics with friends and family to navigating new social and professional landscapes, being a trans male has brought unexpected hurdles. I want to share some of my personal experiences to highlight the realities of my journey and to … Read more

Ranked: How Does Your State Fair in LGBTQ Acceptance?

From states with minimal protections to those leading in equality, this list starts with the least supportive and ascends to the most progressive in terms of LGBTQ+ acceptance and rights. 1. Mississippi, Alabama, South Dakota These states have some of the most restrictive policies for LGBTQ+ rights in the country, with bans on transgender athletes … Read more

Baffled: 20 Things That Totally Perplex Baby Boomers

Navigating the generational divide can be as entertaining as it is bewildering, especially when it comes to leaving our beloved Boomers scratching their heads in bemusement. Here’s a look at 20 surefire ways to perplex a Boomer. 1. Mention Cancel Culture Explain how someone can be ‘canceled’ and watch the puzzlement as they try to … Read more

White Men Are Reporting Feeling Disadvantaged in Modern America

Navigating today’s rapidly changing social landscape, white men encounter a set of unique challenges and perceptions that can sometimes feel like disadvantages. Here’s a look at 20 such scenarios where the traditional societal dynamics might not favor them as much as in the past. 1. Affirmative Action Programs aimed at correcting historical imbalances in employment … Read more

21 Disturbing Trends in the Suppression of LGBTQ+ Freedoms

While significant progress has been made in advancing LGBTQ+ rights in America, challenges persist. This list explores 21 instances where the rights of the LGBTQ+ community have been suppressed, impacting their equality and well-being. 1. Conversion Therapy Legalization Several states still allow the harmful practice of conversion therapy, which attempts to change a person’s sexual … Read more

Trans Military Wife, Miss Maryland USA Has Brutal Comeback for Critics

The most recent Miss Maryland, Cambodian American immigrant Bailey Anne Kennedy receives major anti-trans backlash after being crowned.  The New Miss Maryland USA Bailey Anne Kennedy broke records this year as an immigrant transgender woman and military wife winning the coveted Miss Maryland USA.  A Historic Win After immigrating from Cambodia to the United States … Read more

LGBTQ+ Rights Under Threat: Georgia Unveils Restrictive Legislation

The country of Georgia sees a disheartening shift in anti-LGBTQ+ legislation, affecting their possible future as a member of the European Union.  LGBTQ+ Rights Take Another Hit During Pride Month Last Tuesday, the Georgian government introduced a new bill aimed at limiting LGBTQ+ rights and freedoms.  The Georgian Dream – for Who? The Georgian ruling … Read more

How Black History Is Still Being Sidelined in the USA Today

Discussing Black history can be uncomfortable and complex, reflecting a challenging aspect of America’s past and present. Here’s a look at 20 reasons why some Americans might shy away from delving into Black history, each revealing layers of societal, educational, and personal dynamics at play. 1. Discomfort With Past Injustices The brutal realities of slavery, … Read more

20 Times Fairytales Undermined Women’s Progress

Once upon a time, in a land not too far from our own, fairytales spun stories of magic, daring quests, and princesses with hair strong enough to double as a ladder. 20 times fairytales didn’t do women any favors:  1. Damsels in Distress The go-to plot device: a woman in trouble waiting for a man … Read more

Kansas Chiefs Are Noticeably Absent in Pride Month After Anti-LGBTQ Speech

Despite the public celebration of hundreds of celebrities and organizations, including the NFL itself, the Kansas City Chiefs have notably refrained from publicly celebrating Pride Month. Kansas City Chiefs and Pride Month Where team after team of various sports organizations have jumped at the opportunity to celebrate Pride Month with posts declaring their unity with … Read more

20 Ways the Bible Encourages Toxic Masculinity

The Bible, a foundational text for many, contains passages that have historically been interpreted in ways that might foster what is today identified as toxic masculinity. This critical look explores how certain Scriptures might support restrictive gender norms and behaviors. 1. Assertion of Male Dominance Genesis 3:16 states, “Your desire shall be for your husband, … Read more

Oklahoma Parent Arrested As Trans Rights Debate Rages On

Schools are meant to be more than a place of learning. They provide opportunities for social development and self-discovery. They open minds up to the complexities of the world in a safe and organized way. Rising Tensions in Schools Educational institutions across the globe serve multiple efforts and open their doors to all kinds of … Read more

Toxic Parent: 20 Adult Scars of Growing Up With an Overbearing Father

Ever felt like your dad’s alpha tendencies were a bit… overwhelming? Having an alpha-dad can leave a profound impact, shaping our behaviors, relationships, and self-perception. Let’s explore twenty long-lasting effects of dominant parenting and how to navigate its aftermath with resilience and self-awareness. 1. Struggle With Authority Growing up under the influence of an alpha-dad … Read more

18 Things You NEED to Know About LGBTQ+ Dating

Dating in the queer community can feel like navigating a new exciting city—there’s a lot to explore but you’re not quite sure where to start. Are you about to meet someone from an app, through friends, or perhaps a charming encounter at your favorite bookstore? No matter how you two met, making that first date … Read more

20 Ways We Are Letting Down Our Military Veterans in America

The valor of military service extends beyond the confines of combat. Supporting the U.S. military and its veterans extends beyond Memorial Day (last Monday in May). It involves a commitment to recognizing and honoring their service every day. How can we actively show our appreciation and provide meaningful support to our servicemen and women? 1. … Read more

From Woke to Nope: 21 Ways Millennials Are Turning Right-Wing in America

Millennials, a generation often typified by progressive attitudes and left-leaning politics, are showing a surprising trend: a shift towards right-wing ideologies. What’s prompting this pivot among young Americans who once hailed as the vanguard of liberal values? 1. Economic Self-Interest As they age and accumulate wealth, some millennials find conservative fiscal policies more appealing. Tax … Read more

How June Became Pride Month and the Rainbow Became Our Flag

Pride month has finally arrived, but what does that mean, and where did it come from? This month, there are parades and parties to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community’s achievements, but let’s find out why. A Celebration and Protest Pride Month is both a celebration and a protest, honoring the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer … Read more

21 Ways LGBTQ Rights in America Are Going Backwards

In recent times, the United States has witnessed a troubling rollback in LGBTQ rights across various states. These developments are not just legislative setbacks; they signify a deepening crisis in civil liberties and human rights. 1. Texas Enforces Harsher Trans Laws Texas has hardened its stance with draconian laws that severely restrict transgender individuals’ rights … Read more

20 Ways the Bible Tells Americans: Women Aren’t Equal

How has the Bible influenced American views on gender equality, and why does this matter today? As a society that strives for equality, understanding historical perspectives is crucial to addressing ongoing issues. 1. Male Headship The Bible explicitly places men in positions of authority over women, especially within family and church structures. This has historically … Read more

Gender-Identity Crisis: Why American’s CAN’T Agree

The discussion of gender identity in the United States is intensifying, influenced by a complex web of social, political, and cultural factors. Here is a more provocative examination of the factors contributing to the current state of the debate. 1. Rise of Non-Binary Identities The visibility of non-binary identities has surged, challenging traditional gender norms … Read more

#MeToo Failed to Make REAL Changes in America

The #MeToo movement highlighted widespread sexual harassment and abuse, especially at work, and brought some improvements. However, many problems it aimed to address are still deeply rooted and continue to affect people daily. Have you noticed any changes since the #MeToo movement? 1. Persistent Workplace Harassment Despite increased awareness, sexual harassment in the workplace continues, … Read more

Incels: Who Are They and Why Do They Hate America’s Women?

Delve into the ominous world of incels, a community rife with toxicity and misogyny. Here are the crucial insights into who incels are, why they harbor virulent hatred towards women, and the profound dangers they pose to society. 1. Definition of Incel Incel, short for “involuntarily celibate,” form a disturbing subculture characterized by entitlement, bitterness, … Read more

Toxic Love: 20 Devastating Effects of Overbearing Parents on Adult Life

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Ever felt like your parents were a bit… too involved? Overbearing parents can leave a lasting impact, shaping our behaviors, relationships, and even our sense of self. Let’s explore twenty long-term effects of helicopter parenting and how to navigate the aftermath with grace and self-awareness. 1. Difficulty Making Decisions Constant parental intervention can breed indecisiveness, … Read more

Georgia’s Aggressive Anti-LGBT Legislation Goes Further Than You Think

Georgia’s ruling party has introduced draft legislation that targets LGBT rights, with new bans on same-sex relationships in films, television, and advertising. Outlawing Marriage and Adoptions Georgia’s new ban will not only bad the depiction of same-sex couples in media but also aim to outlaw same-sex marriage registration and adoption by non-heterosexual couples. The Speaker … Read more

Defying Doctrine: First Openly Transgender Catholic Vocation Finds Vocation in Kentucky

Thought to be the first openly Transgender person working in the Catholic Diocese, Brother Christian Matson shares his story.  Living in Truth While celebrating Pentecost with his church community in Kentucky, Christian Matson made the brave decision to publicly share his identity as a Transgender person.  Time to End the Rejection Matson said, “I was … Read more

Punishable By Death: LGBTQ Rights Under Siege in Uganda Amid New Anti-Homosexuality Law

Same-sex intercourse is punishable by life in prison, and sometimes death, in Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Act.  All Eyes on Uganda Advocacy groups from around the world are tuning into the current anti-LGBTQ+ climate in Uganda.  Sharp Increase in Homophobic Activity  In the last 9 months alone, there have been over 1,000 recorded cases of arrests, torture, … Read more

21 Toxic Habits Men Still Get Away With Over and Over

Despite advances in societal awareness and the progress spurred by movements like #MeToo, certain toxic behaviors by men continue to persist, often unchallenged. This list examines the specific actions and attitudes that remain prevalent, raising questions about what still needs to change. How can identifying these behaviors help us confront and address them more effectively? … Read more

15 Ways America Is Failing Our Women Every Day

Despite progress in many areas, the United States still falls short in addressing several critical issues affecting women. These shortcomings impact women’s health, economic status, and overall well-being. How can awareness and advocacy drive improvement and ensure fair treatment for all women? 1. Wage Gap Women in the U.S. continue to earn less than men … Read more

America’s Fallen: 15 Ways We Are Failing Our Military Veterans

While the United States often expresses pride and gratitude for its military veterans, there are significant areas where it fails to provide adequate support. These shortcomings can have serious consequences for those who have served. How can recognizing these issues help us push for better treatment and services for our veterans? 1. Insufficient Mental Health … Read more

10 Hot Tips Every LGBTQ Traveler Needs to Know

This guide aims to provide practical advice and insights for LGBTQ+ travelers, ensuring a safe and enjoyable journey. From choosing LGBTQ+-friendly destinations to understanding local customs, this guide covers essential aspects to help you travel with confidence and peace of mind. 1. Choosing LGBTQ+-Friendly Destinations When planning your trip, researching LGBTQ+-friendly destinations is crucial. Cities … Read more

Not Welcome: 21 Times the Pope Let Down the LGBTQ Community

Throughout history, the relationship between the Vatican and the LGBTQ community has been complex and often contentious. Here are 21 instances where actions or statements from the papacy have sparked anger and controversy among LGBTQ individuals and their allies: 1. Opposition to Same-Sex Marriage Legislation Popes have consistently spoken against same-sex marriage, including Pope Francis … Read more

New Washington Law on Parental Rights Sparks Outcry Over ‘Forced Outing’ Concerns

The state law, covering different areas of parental consent and access to counseling records and education, has already faced backlash from multiple organizations.  Blocking Order Denied A new law in Washington state focused on parental rights is moving forward after a judge refused to issue an emergency blocking order.  The Focus on Parental Rights The … Read more

21 Ways American Politics Has Become a Popularity Contest

As we go through 2024, it’s clear that populist politics are changing how things work in American politics. This movement connects with everyday people and challenges those in power, affecting everything from policies to how people feel about politics. 1. Anti-Elite Rhetoric Politicians win support by attacking the “elite,” claiming they don’t understand or care … Read more

Immigration: 21 Ways America Could Do Better

Sick of the same old immigration debates? Let’s cut through the noise with some smart, effective strategies that could actually make a difference. Isn’t it about time we did something that works? 1. Enhance Border Security Infrastructure Upgraded technology and increased manpower at key border points can help prevent illegal crossings. Investing in surveillance drones … Read more

21 Signs the USA Has Become a Cancel Culture

Sick of the cancel culture circus? You’re not alone. Cancel culture has become an American staple, but is it really making things better? Here’s a look at how deep this trend goes. 1. Social Media Outrage Platforms like Twitter and Instagram are hotbeds for public outrage, where a single tweet can ruin reputations. Just ask … Read more

10 Films That Challenged Racism and Sparked a Movement

The power of cinema to reflect, shape, and inspire societal change is undeniable. Over the years, numerous films have played a pivotal role in highlighting the struggles, triumphs, and resilience of Black individuals and communities. Here are ten films that have not only inspired black history but have also made significant contributions to the conversation … Read more

A Threat to America’s Progress: 20 Reasons Trump Risks America’s Diversity

Donald Trump’s potential return as President poses significant risks, especially to the most vulnerable and diverse groups in America. What might his policies mean for the progress of minority communities and social justice? 1. Threats to LGBTQ+ Rights Trump’s presidency saw attempts to roll back LGBTQ+ protections, such as banning transgender individuals from military service. … Read more

20 Disturbing Hidden Institutional Homophobias in the U.S.

Are you okay with how deep-seated biases against LGBTQ+ individuals are woven into American policies and laws? Here are 20 glaring examples of institutional homophobia that might make you think twice about the state of equality in our nation. 1. Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell From 1994 until its repeal in 2011, this military policy barred … Read more