Who among us doesn’t have a second line of credit for $1 million at Tiffany’s?
This is a guest post by Juliet.
When the action of “calling out” within social justice spheres is questioned, I think of my grandfather. He has good intentions. He’s trying really hard. We have a long, loving history. But because I can’t call him out and he can’t fully change, our relationship is still damaged.
This is a guest post by April Lukes-Streich.
It was difficult to choose, as so many [sessions] looked interesting and were sure to be helpful, but I was extremely happy with each of the session I attended. Highlights of some of the panels I attended:
17-year-old high school student meets 29-year-old McCain campaign staffer. He asks her out, because that is totally appropriate. They date, because why wouldn’t a 30-year-old man have tons in common with a high school senior? He proposes in front of…