The author reflects on what it meant to have her family and the law recognize her marriage 11 years before the Supreme Court’s landmark same-sex marriage ruling.
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It was easy for me to condemn Josh Duggar. I abhor his values, I disagree with his politics. But what if it had been a prominent feminist or gay rights activist that had abused, instead?
Boston is the city I love. The city I honor every time I run.
Until we know more about how to stop people from sexually assaulting, the federal government needs to pursue every promising strategy toward prevention. Teaching college women self-defense should be chief among them.
People whose lives will be forever diminished by gun violence deserve a response that is as complex and nuanced as violence itself.
I felt more passionate about abuse prevention than I’d ever felt about anything, so why did I fail to act when I saw a mother threaten her child?