At the Intersection: I broke (bent) my own rule and read the comments, on a blog post by Maureen Fiedler about Georgetown University.
At the Intersection
At the Intersection: I grieve as hard as I love. I've discovered this not from my behavior at funerals, but through the absence of reciprocity.
At the Intersection: While being single makes a woman a part of "the most potent political force in America" today, unmarried status gives her nothing in Christianity.
At the Intersection: In Louisville, a mob assaulted a young black woman at a rally for Donald Trump, but local religious leaders didn't comment about the incident.
At the Intersection: Black women today continue to be strung along a purity-respectability-Jezebel triangle that doesn't allow us the freedom we deserve.
At the Intersection: The Zika virus adds to the hardship women face regarding fertility and pregnancy and a lack of access to control over their own bodies.
At the Intersection: What does it mean to "organize your own" in the 21st century?
At the Intersection: Nudges toward the new and calls for change are challenging for people who cling to tradition and to nostalgic ideals of the past.
At The Intersection: At a time when my spirit needed to be refreshed, I ended up at an incredibly irreverent musical, and I found meaning in the irreverent.
At The Intersection: While I want to defy terrorism-induced fear by pursuing life as if nothing has changed, I also feel pressure to do something now to impact the world.