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Why I Said No to Tucker Carlson, and Why My “No” Didn’t Matter

It has been a week.  I cringe every time I check my email.  But I care about having conversations and dialogue.  So here’s what I wrote about being the darling of the alt-right’s hatred this week. You can read about it here.  Thanks to Raging Chicken Press for giving me the space to tell my […]

When Nazis take up my day, again

I had lots of things to do today, but Nazis took up my day.  I cannot believe I even have to write those words.  So here is what I wrote. Also, FUCK NAZIS.  

Trump: Menace! (Me on WFMZ’s Business Matters)

My kid actually said that the guy yelling was not “filling my bucket.”  And then she said he would “never learn.”  So we got to have lots of good conversation during the airing about what it means to talk with people–even if you disagree with them. Enjoy my third appearance on Business Matters (click on […]

TV Appearance, Round Two: What Grade Would You Give Donald Trump?

  Business Matters was kind enough to ask me back, this time to evaluate the first month of President Trump’s administration. I brought my same concerns about representing gender studies, but at least this time I knew what to expect, knew that I would survive the taping. This time I didn’t want to come off […]

Inside 254 is coming!

From myself and my awesome officemate, Amanda: We are honored when people say to us “I can’t wait to hear what you have to say about [insert anything from a news story to a movie here].” Well, we heard you.  And we have some exciting news to share. We are going to start a podcast […]

My TV Debut: “Mommy, Why Are You Yelling?”

I go into public situations with a little pep talk: Don’t be shrill Make feminism look approachable, not mean-spirited (I don’t think it is the latter, but I know people often default to that belief…) Don’t yell Actively listen Do not EVER ROLL YOUR EYES When I am on the radio, I don’t have to […]

F*ck Hillary Clinton

This happened September 20… As I was driving today, I sat at a red light. I heard “Fuck Hillary Clinton” from behind me. I thought, really? But then he kept yelling it. I put my car in park and went to confront him. I asked him what he thought he was doing, that I had […]

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