Feminism is Hurting Itself

“I think you can love a person too much.” You put someone up on a pedestal, and all of a sudden, from that perspective, you notice what’s wrong – a hair out of place, a run in a stocking, a broken bone. You spend all your time and energy making it right, and all the…

I Need Your Help! Huffington Post

I want to listen to my readers. So I need your help. Here is a short survey on what the next article should be about! There are only 3 questions. If you leave your name at the end of one of the questions, you might get referenced in the article. Click here to share your…

So, We Vlog About Everything!!

So, we, as a family started #vlogging. We vlog about the kids who sing, dance, laugh, tell jokes, fall in love, do all out crazy stuff! We also talk about politics, religion, life, and politically incorrect jokes. We’re a family with a difference, we are committed to sustainability, to activism and making the world a…

Raspberry Ketones

Okay so we know there is this pop-culture phenomenon of bio-hacking out as of late. Now, as someone who is naturally curious about trying new things, I thought I would give it go, as it seems compatible with exercise. I have been taking it for a little over two weeks, and I have seen some…

the Parable of Tamir Rice

In a parable, things aren’t always what they seem. There is always more than what is actually said. Its a short story with multiple layers of meaning. So, what does the life and the event surrounding the hapless shooting of a 12 year old boy say about America? About the police? About fear? About power?…

Maurice Blanchot Archive

Originally posted on RhysTranter.com:
Harvard acquires manuscripts, typescripts, notebooks and proofs by the post-war French writer and philosopher Maurice Blanchot Houghton Library has acquired the archive of French writer, literary theorist, and philosopher Maurice Blanchot (1907-2003) from his daughter, Cidalia Blanchot. Christie McDonald, Smith Professor of French Language and Literature at Harvard University, said,…

The Movie San Andreas: Nature Always Wins

Just watched San Andreas (SPOILER ALERT) with Dwayne The Rock Johnson​ — a few thoughts: — Nature will always be a reminder that human aspirations have their limitations ( A great scene is when Carla and Dwayne are boating through the desolation to find their daughter, and they pause to a middle-size boat suspended between…