We have to decide if equality really means "equality" or does it mean tolerance up until a certain point? No! #equalitymeansequality
You seek to destroy. Continuously breaking down bridges. Building barriers, high fences, and walls. Corruption masked by popular culture. The media lies covering truth. Devouring a youthful smile. Parents fearing for their children's safety. Police murdering the unarmed. Eliminating comfort and security. Prejudice for the minority... ...the poor and middle classes ...older adults ...people of … Continue reading The Land of the Captive…the Home of the Afraid
There are so many words that I can share in regards to the importance of this post, but I think reading it provides enough insight to its purpose and value. Thank you Scottish Muslimah for speaking out against the stereotypical discrimination that Muslims face, and for creating such an insightful post! You are such a strong … Continue reading Dear non-Muslims, I’m Sorry.
"Where after all, do universal human rights begin? In small places, close to home - so close and so small they cannot be seen on any map of the world. Test they are the world of the individual person; the neighborhood he lives in, the school or college he attends; the factory, farm, or office … Continue reading Quotes for Life
Women have come so far. I reblogged this post because of the validity of some of the points the original blogger made. Truly valid. I think we as women have made much progress, but there is still more to fight for because equality is essential in all areas of life for women and men. Keep … Continue reading Challenging Feminism
...you will be at the center of my heart until we see full equality for all!
I read a post that completely disturbed me. I am beyond disappointed. I am hurt and enraged as I write these words. It's hard for me to understand how someone could be so simple-minded, belittling, ignorant, and absent-minded of the words that they use ... Scrolling through the WordPress Reader, I cam across a blog post … Continue reading I Hate That Word…
The post, "I will not apologize to faggots" was a slap in the face to anyone in the LGBTQIAP+ community, and to anyone who supports them. I was and still am so disappointed that someone could be so simple-minded, belittling, and ignorant.