Freedom of speech, conceptualised politically, should be radical.
At what point does one become a human being and get to claim the dignity and rights that come with such a status?
This is a reductionist way of looking at the problem
Sometimes, being first should not be celebrated
No culture is too tight to include a man; none is too broad to exclude him. In a way, each human is a child of each of its diverse cultures; the question of which one he belongs to is accidental.
It is true that marriage is a delicate institution, whose beauty and utility derives much from the love and care couples put into it. However, impermanence is not a feature that is meant to define it.
I would not be far from the truth if I said that between a quarter and a half of all the food ever served to high school students goes to waste.
Or will it join the ranks of ineffectual means of fighting HIV?
How do less than 30% of teens get to speak for all of them?
An old lady’s tale of helping vulnerable women and girls avoid abortion.