Last weekend we watched American Murder: The Family Next Door on Netflix. I regret watching it. It reminded me how television like this tears society apart, and that’s what I’ve been thinking about all week.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas (joined by Alito) wrote a statement this week signaling his willingness (fervor?) to overturn Obergefell v. Hodges, the case that made marriage equality legal.
We walked past a bunch of sheriffs who weren’t wearing masks, and it got me thinking about why some people don’t trust law enforcement… and some other people do.
My husband and I realized that a Dr. Seuss book we bought for our son is terribly racist. Here are a few more inclusive books we’ve chosen instead.
Is Donald Trump a “pro-gay” President? Some people seem confused about this, but his track record is crystal clear.
This sloppy rant goes out to all the folks who continue to justify systemic racism.
What the heck are Cheddar & Newsy?
Sometimes I see things in Los Angeles that really make me question the state of humanity. This was one of those moments.
Facebook recently conducted a study to see how different types of posts (positive or negative, based on emotional keywords) effected their users. They attempted to see how users would respond to having more happy or sad news in their timeline, and they conducted this study on approximately 600,000 people without notifying them. The results have just […]