Weinstein And The Issue Of Gender Norms


Multiple accusations of sexual abuse have surfaced in the United States, displaying the dark truth behind many men in power. With Harvey Weinstein, Bill Cosby, Roger Ailes, Louis C.K., Al Franken and many more, Stephen Marche discusses the issue of sexual harassment in his article ‘’The Unexamined Brutality of the Male Libido’’ for The New York Times.


The Battle of Black and Blue: Is #Blacklivesmatter Actually Beneficial?


         Eric Garner. John Crawford. Sandra Bland. Michael Brown. Walter Scott. Philando Castille and Alton Sterling. The names of these unarmed black individuals whose lives have been taken away by police can go on for much longer. Every friend, family and loved one of these people would bow their head in grief. While the reasons of their deaths cannot be reversed, a path can be set so that we can avoid future altercations in order to make the streets of America safe. Yet despite past events, the death toll continues to rise.

The X-Files Reboot Makes ‘Equal Pay’ sound like Area 51


On January 24th, fans from all over gathered around laptops and TV sets to watch the premiere of The X-Files reboot. After nine seasons of content, which capped off in 2002, “baited breath” was the motto as everyone impatiently awaited the return of their favorite myth-busting duo. And though this revival brings the beloved 90s series into the modern era, it seems that FOX was less than eager to extend the same courtesy to leading lady Gillian Anderson.

The Criminalization of Homosexuality in Nigeria: A Violation of Dignity?

In Nigeria, a new law was passed on January 7, 2014 stating that “a person who registers, operates or participates in gay clubs, societies or organizations, or directly or indirectly makes public show of same sex amorous relationship in Nigeria commits an offense and is liable on conviction to a term of 10 years,” (The Associated Press, 2014).

Did Women Cause The Death Of Chivalry?

     There’s an article on Elite Daily called “Why Chivalry Is Dead, From a Man’s Perspective” by John Picciuto (http://elitedaily.com/dating/sex/why-chivalry-is-dead-from-a-mans-perspective/ ) which is about his ideas on why chivalry is dead. In summary, to Picciuto chivalry is gone, men no longer take women out on fancy dates with deep conversations but more like to bars with small talk.

The Racist Search Engine: Google


According to an article titled “Online Advertising’s Racism Mess” written by Andrew Leonard and published by Salon on February 3, 2013, Google is racist.

A student from Harvard University, named Latanya Sweeney, has done research on the racist aspect of Google.  According to Andrew Leonard, Latanya Sweeney was surfing the web when she decided to search her name up on Google. She was shocked with the results.

Death Penalty: Justice or Just Wrong?

     The death penalty is a form of punishment that has caused immense, worldwide controversy. Do capital crimes require the death sentence? Moral values, religious views, and political ideals have caused a split of opinions regarding this question. Supporters of the death penalty believe that murderers deserve to die for their crimes, as well as for inflicting pain on the victims’ families. Is revenge the answer? If our society bases its laws on revenge, then we are more likely to live in a world of hate and destruction.