When we think about royal weddings, a prince and his male partner or a princess and her female partner are still far from the imagination of our popular culture.
We have a tendency to give people on the left a pass on their racist behaviour.
The media has fixated on the N word, because quite frankly, it is easy to say that a racial slur is wrong.
There is no universal standard of consent across the United States.
Just because we can help women to become mothers in their sixties and beyond does not mean we should.
In Canada, cars turned over in the street and public violence are a sign of a Stanley Cup loss, not a part of social commentary.
The poor are specifically marketed high-interest loans that are beyond their ability to pay.
This very same independence would be praised in a man.
Republicans feel safe in making the comparison to Hurricane Katrina because Black lives are devalued.
There exists a belief that when the marginalized speak it must be palatable to the listener.