Why are disabled people of colour, especially Black people, so much more likely to be unemployed?
The danger in hero worship is that when authors fall, they fall hard, and it makes a mess that could have been avoided by admitting that authors are human.
With social contractures comes a redefinition of what is ‘safe,’ and that hits creative people hard.
The debate over how to handle spotted owls highlights tensions in conservation, animal welfare, and ecology communities.
As we agonize over how to reach people who think differently than we do, maybe we should be talking about our own wrong thinking and changes of heart.
Let’s have a little chat about the NIMBY-driven housing crisis—and how it directly benefits NIMBYs in more ways than the obvious.
The quality of Google results appears to be going rapidly downhill. What’s going wrong with Search?
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?