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Kids React to Same-Sex Marriage

Traditionally, marriage was a ceremony which united one man and one woman. Having said that, brussels sprouts are considered to be part of a traditional Christmas dinner but, let’s be honest, not everybody is a fan of them. 229 more words


Billie Holiday, Abe Meeropol, and "Strange Fruit"—the Famous Song about Lynching Black People in America

By Elaine Magliaro

Eleanora Fagan, better known as Billie Holiday, was a famous American jazz singer and song writer. One of her “most iconic” songs is… 394 more words

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25 George Takei Quotes About LGBT Rights, Activism, and More

We’ve been anxious to set eyes on the new George Takei documentary, To Be Takei, ever since our own Jason Bailey reported good things from Sundance earlier this year. 1,512 more words


I May Not Have Been There, But I've Been There.

Hands up, don’t shoot
And we must not forget.
For this moment in our lives
It is…

I may not be there
But I have been there. 195 more words


The Daily Read: Rethink Your Definition of Feminism

You’re all a bunch of feminists and don’t even know it.

When I first created the concept for the “The Library“, my initial rationale behind it was not only to provide media consumers with content that exceeds the standard on internet journalism, but to educate people on what it actually means to be a feminist — and to rid the world of the “social media” depiction of them. 640 more words

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5 Ways Society Discriminates Against Men

In my last article I showed you five legal rights that women have and men don’t, and now I would like to discuss some things that are not technically legal rights, but might as well be, because they benefit women at the expense of men. 918 more words

Times They Are Changing

On August 13, 2014 a British News website called The Independent published a story that shocked Christians around the world. Vicky Beeching, a renowned worship leader, songwriter, and theologian made a shocking announcement…She is gay. 898 more words