I Lost the Battle, but We Won the War

Last year I had to write a paper regarding the arguments before the Supreme Court interpreting the meaning of the word sex within the Civl Rights Act of 1964. I scored terribly. Literally bottom of the curve. Law professor’s really don’t like when you use hashtags in papers, or at least this one didn’t. However,Continue reading “I Lost the Battle, but We Won the War”

Her Name is Stigma.

We all just want the opportunity to be treated like the pieces of shit that we are for the shitty things that we do, not because of the incidence of our birth. Which means that what we are all really fighting right now is stigma: “the mark of disgrace or infamy, stain or reproach, asContinue reading “Her Name is Stigma.”

For ‘Deep

The person who knows exactly what its been like when everyone else asks me what the fuck I am going to do. What I am going to do is contact our Governor. Duh… When you look up New York City in the dictionary you see my face. Or at least that’s what my mom hasContinue reading “For ‘Deep”

On Privilege

I have been seeing a lot of videos on Tik Tok, talking about white allies. Which is wonderful because as a white person it can be really difficult to navigate the waters of race relations in modern times. And, we are literally one species on planet Earth, so until we all learn to work together,Continue reading “On Privilege”

Why Amy Cooper’s Name (and Face) Matters More Than Christian Cooper’s

Because America needs to know what criminal behavior looks like, and who is perpetrating the violence. And it does not matter who Mr. Cooper is (handsome), where he comes from, or how he came to be in the Rambles (bird watching). This story is about Amy Cooper, who didn’t like being told the area’s leashContinue reading “Why Amy Cooper’s Name (and Face) Matters More Than Christian Cooper’s”