Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Equality Act is an important step forward in addressing intersectional violence.

As we all know, last month, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of marriage equality. The historic decision marked a high point in the fight for LGBT rights in the U.S.; it also highlighted just how spotty anti-discrimination measures are around the country. As many have pointed out, though it’s now legal for same-sex couples to […]

By |July 23rd, 2015|LGBT, Politics|3 Comments

It’s about ethics in journalism.

After the CFO of a media company was publicly outed as being gay (or bisexual) last week, I watched as “media Twitter” erupted in debate about the ethics of outing.

Now, I’ve written about this topic several times before. The first was in January 2014, after a Grantland published an article written by a freelancer named Caleb […]

By |July 20th, 2015|Culture|2 Comments

Serena Williams is the greatest of all-time. Deal with it.

You may not be a huge tennis (or even sports, in general) fan, but you might want to stick around for this post, anyway.

On Saturday, Serena Williams won her 21st career Grand Slam title when she defeated 21-year-old Garbine Muguruza handily 6-4, 6-4.

By |July 13th, 2015|Culture, Sports|0 Comments