Humanism

Male Intersectional Feminism In Thirteen Minutes

Trust me – if you made it to this site? You have the time. Thirteen minutes isn’t a lot to ask for one of the most condensed, coordinated, eye-opening descriptions of male feminism I’ve ever run across. Abraham Popoola is a storyteller. It’s how he bills himself and it’s a title he definitely deserves, as you’ll see. His own story includes his struggles with...
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Humanism

We punish good intentions every day, and it needs to stop.

I used to ask my grandmother why we need money to eat. Why, when starvation was displayed on all channels along with the ‘for the price of a cup of coffee’ mantra, were people still starving? If the price of a cup of coffee could feed a family for a day, or a week, or whatever it was in the far places of the...
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Rejecting Cynicism

Cynicism is the bane of progress. How many times have you heard the phrase, “Well, that’s just human nature for you”? Or someone will talk about having ‘no faith in humanity’ because they watched an episode of Jersey Shore? Or maybe the opposite: some natural and normal act like watching a child play with a toy had ‘restored’ their faith in humanity despite it...
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