Every so often, a certain word or concept takes on bogeyman-level status, usually as the result of misunderstanding, misrepresentation, or both. "Intersectionality" is one such concept.
In recent discussions about immigration there have been lots claims made about immigrants that just aren't true. I know that facts alone are usually not…
Today's post is also a guest post, this time from Asha Daya. Asha is a journalist, content creator and TEDx speaker based in Los Angeles. She talks about reframing the abortion debate.
One of the greatest hinderances to constructive dialogue about abortion is the prevalence of extreme, conversation-stopping rhetoric.
While Democrats generally self-identify as “pro-choice,” they also are more likely to advocate for and enact policies that actually reduce abortions. On the other hand, while Republicans generally self-identify as “pro-life,” they generally oppose policies that actually reduce abortions and instead advocate only for the criminalization of abortion.