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Don't mourn, but organise!

It’s claimed that the British trade union movement, in response to yet another battering of the left-of-centre political parties at the general election in 2015, produced the clarion call, ‘Don’t mourn, but organise!’ The… 1,395 more words

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IN: Should LGBT+ Relationships & Issues be taught in Schools?

In a nutshell LGBT+ relationships and issues should be made a part of Sex and Relationships Education that is taught in schools and the number of reasons why is growing, rapidly. 448 more words

Opinion

Dr. David Gushee

On August 30, Dr. David Gushee will preach Sunday morning and again that evening at 6:30 p.m. In the evening session, Dr. Gushee will deliver a lecture on his recent book  323 more words

Tim Kelley

An Exercise in Inclusivity: Defenders of Townsville

Usually tie-in games based on franchises aimed at children fail…horribly. These games are usually filled with poor platforming physics, repetitive combat, and boring puzzles — if you can even call them that. 964 more words

Gaming

Bad Maternity Experiences and the Journey to Changing Hospitals... (Part One)

When it came to choosing a hospital for our maternity care, we thought it was an obvious choice. We went for the one closest to our house, knowing that when the time came to have this baby, the hospital was only a ten minute car ride away at most. 2,764 more words

Pregnancy

Dr. David Gushee and Changing Our Mind

On August 30, Dr. David Gushee will preach Sunday morning and again that evening at 6:00 p.m. He will deliver a lecture and discussion on his recent book… 301 more words

Inclusivity

Queering the Mikveh

by Cara Rock-Singer, Mayyim Hayyim Intern

A couple weeks ago, I sat in on a class at Mayyim Hayyim. Joy Ladin, a professor of English at… 492 more words