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The History of the Term ‘Toxic Masculinity’
In his book Of Boys and Men, researcher Richard Reeves notes that until around 2015, the phrase “toxic masculinity” was just mentioned a few ...
University Criticized for Using AI to Write Email
Two school officials have been suspended after a firestorm of controversy involving a single email. Nicole Joseph and Hasina Mohyuddin are the associate ...
Beauty's Inexhaustible Shame Machine
Author Cathy O'Neal's The Shame Machine, delves into the numerous ways that corporations, governments, and much of the media have weaponized and ...
Rumors Compromise App for Sharing Compliments
In Fall 2022, the Gas app exploded in popularity among high schoolers, but a vicious, unfounded rumor caused its popularity to nosedive, confounding its ...
Tolkien’s 'Lord of the Rings' Received Brutal Criticisms
Despite the massive popularity of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit in the Lord of the Rings in book and film versions, over the years, the books have ...
False Assumptions About Others
Author Todd Rose makes the point that our tendency to make false assumptions, or fall into collective illusions, can result in mistrust, discouragement, ...
When Eugene Peterson Yelled at a Child Picking Flowers
The late pastor and writer Eugene Peterson once told a story about walking in Yellowstone Park with his wife and three children. Peterson wrote:
As my ...
Activist Heckles Wrong Public Figure
When a protester at a press conference in Boston stood up to make his voice known, he intended to attack the credibility of Boston mayor Michelle Wu.
The Danger of Pursuing Social Media Fame
Unlike Macaulay Culkin, who starred in the famous Christmas movie Home Alone, his younger brother Kieran turned down multiple opportunities to be a child ...
Christmas Tree Snark Turns into Community Ceremony
When residents saw the Christmas tree unveiled in downtown Newport, Washington, some of them were less than impressed. Fritz Turner said, “It wasn’t ...