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I post this on LGBTQ Spirit Day, at a time in my life where I am finally happy and accepting of my queer identity. It has been almost five years since you outed me in high school, and it is still a big deal. When folks found out I got a wide range of responses, from “I support you!” to “we need to talk because this is not OK.” Needless to say, my friend group changed from dozens to two people. I decided to take this moment and call …

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What started as mild and snarky criticism of a casually sexist shirt from some scientists, science enthusiasts, and a few people on Twitter grew into another vitriolic discussion on how feminists are offended by the smallest issues and are reacting wildly.  But that’s not quite what #ShirtStorm is, forget what most of the Internet tries to tell you.  Cathy Young’s teeth grinding, eyebrow raising editorial on Time, “How To Turn a Cool Moment into a #ShirtStorm” is another piece I wouldn’t trust.  I recommend reading it only …

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I’m posting this because we’re all getting too quiet.  I’m afraid we’re becoming complacent and desensitized when young lives are being disregarded and taken.

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Darren Wilson is still enjoying life at home with his family, walking about on the streets as he please without grasping that these are liberties that he stole from a young person.

But mainstream media is still focused on framing the discussion about how Mike Brown wasn’t an angel.…

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I’ve been watching the story unfold and the events that have taken place in Ferguson have made it evident that black and brown bodies have no worth in America. I’ve gone from apathy, to deep sadness, and now I am angry. I am fed up. I am sick and tired of hearing another name, another victim of police brutality or a racially charged murder. I am tired of fearing for my little brother’s life.

The people who are supposed to be protecting our young black and brown youth are

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Coupled with the buzz of religious norms the relationship with sexual health and development in most parts of the world – where girls are a major entity. There are huge barriers raising the heights against change, due to religious tenets and other viral misconception on girls sexual health by uneducated and uninformed dictators.
Most Christian girls socialize and connect with youths of the opposite sex. Frankly the main course for this, is to associate with the outside world and spread the world for change.
In Nigeria, there’s an upheaval …