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If your revolution doesn’t include explicit discussion of disability, it’s missing something.
Julie Murphy’s Ramona Blue was criticized for its handling of bisexuality—I explore complicated tropes and narratives Murphy wrestled with in her latest.
With an increase in diverse fiction, can we finally get some representations that are about something other than hardship?
The costs of childcare in the United States are skyrocketing, and the people expected to bear the caregiving burden should be familiar: Women.
So a proposed policy looks sensible and helpful. Is it really? Here are some things to think about when evaluating policy proposals.
As we engage in a bitter debate over national resources and public commons, it’s important to take a step back and remember that nature on its own has an intrinsic value and worth.
Pushing the press out of the White House should be a cause for grave concern for everyone, regardless of political inclinations.
Tons of people have ample experience in navigating government and social activism. Take advantage of their knowledge!
S. Jae-Jones’ Wintersong is a layered, fascinating Labyrinth retelling that balances a deep aesthetic of sensuality against a naive, self-sacrificing main character.