Occasionally. Just occasionally. This nation achieves something truly profound. And right. LGBT people can marry. We can marry. Woohoo. Today is a day of democracy. A day of equality. A day of the future. Shame on the politicians and representatives of… Read More ›
“The Good Men Project” and Calls for Full Inclusion (Or, “Women” and “Men,” Part II) – Website Review Series #3
Gender, sex, sexual orientation are social constructions that need appropriate attention.
The “Got Talent” shows provide powerful mirrors of today’s cultural mores.
Hillary is a product of her times.
Dear TSHA, First, let me express my profound appreciation for the goldmine of information found in The Handbook of Texas. I regularly use this free, online reservoir of knowledge when further learning about the geopolitical area called Texas and when… Read More ›
In response to pressure from the transgender community and their allies, Facebook started allowing people to choose their gender. No longer confided to the Male/Female binary, users have been able to enter anything they desire since February of this year…. Read More ›
Dear Half Price Books (and other book stores), I have been visiting your stores occasionally for as long as I can remember. (I especially love the really big store in Austin that is in an old grocery store!) I frequently… Read More ›
The United States IS Uneducated, NOT Fragmented & A Brief Case Study in Religion and Marriage Rights
This is probably mostly preaching to the choir, considering my audience. But a rant is in order. Yes, of course, the United States is fragmented, but the real cause is rooted in vast anti-intellectualism, not increasingly divergent mores. People in… Read More ›