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Tag Archives: rape
More than the proverbial teaching moment, Mr. Turner’s anti-epiphany (twenty minutes of action!) is sui generis; it’s so wrong it’s a paradoxical but perfect gift. Continue reading
One of the by-products of our archaic immigration policy is the systemic sexual abuse of immigrant women. This happens here, in this country, on U.S. soil, and it happens with shameful regularity.
Tom Gualtieri on the societal impact of Steubenville.
Here’s what Elissa Schappell expects to hear from the Republican spin doctors.
In a world of Akin and Assange, Derek Bardowell looks at manhood and misogyny and the culture of rape.
In which Tom Gualtieri examines the right to choose…
In which Tom Gualtieri laments the loss of honor in the GOP.