His ex-wife put it best when she said that R. Kelly can go straight to hell. It now looks as if authorities in Georgia are on a path to help him get there, but that won’t relieve the sense of guilt plaguing the music industry and an entire generation of
By Rachel Fogletto I’m not here to talk about you jerking off in front women without their consent because I know you’re probably tired of hearing about it, and actually, I am too. I’m also not here to talk about you returning to the stage less than a year after
we placed a shotgun beer drinking guy named “Brett” onto the Supreme Court to serve as an impartial judiciary advisor for The United States of America until presumably, around the year 2050.
The Senate Judiciary Committee will cast the first of three votes Friday, each will position Brett Kavanaugh closer or further away from a seat on the Supreme Court. The Friday morning Senate session was met with just as much contention as was present at the end of Thursday’s hearing. The
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg voted against and called the decision “egregiously wrong”. Congress need to overrule the decision
There’s something pretty magical about sitting on those thrones especially because there was a time when women would have never been allowed in that room at all. It does kind of feel like a Skull and Bones society
I was told that I should feel bad for having a 35 year old boyfriend when I was 19. I was told by people who loved me, that I was being used for sex. When in actuality, the sex I had in that relationship made me feel more human and respected than most of my interactions with most people as a 19 year old woman.
By Kate Haverson Recently, I had the privilege of interviewing Tanya Chianese and Heather Arnett, the brilliant minds behind the direction of Nevertheless, an original evening of song and dance aimed at addressing the issue of gender-based violence and harassment. Under the direction of choreographer Tanya Chianese and Heather Arnett,