It’s not just politicians who need to hear our queen Maxine’s message. It’s perfect for teens too. Here, we think back on all the times we could have used a “reclaiming my time” mantra.
The first time someone directed a racial slur towards me… it took me a few moments to process what I had just heard. I was taken aback, but not exactly surprised. After all, there I was, a Filipina reporter covering a Pro-Trump rally.
You don’t kill fascism by doxxing one person, no matter how vile their thoughts are.
My hometown of Traverse City, Michigan is a vast land of freshwater, blue skies, wildlife, green as far as the eye can see…and three different hate groups within a three-hour drive of my house.
Queerness is (and always has been) politicized, and being out and proud is (and always has been) a political act.
#1: Don’t just skim headlines — read the damn articles.
Some of his accounts read like the Devil Wears Prada meets House of Cards meets the Apprentice.
When I was a kid—World War II felt very remote. But in this political moment—my Great-Grandparents’ actions during the war take on a renewed relevance.
Time to sum up this week’s political news AND prove there really is a corgi GIF for everything.