Class-splaining is just a symptom. Empathy is what will save us from ourselves. Continue Reading Class-splaining is just a symptom.
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Originally published on TourAbsurd.com: Have you heard the story of the Irish guy in Abu Dhabi who took his cab driver with him into a theme park? It’s been getting a lot of press. (You can find various versions of the story here, here, and here.) Yet, for all that it seems a “wonderful”… Continue Reading Do you even Ireland, bro?
Had a bit of a back and forth with a former classmate and work colleague on Facebook about cultural appropriation. It’s one of the biggest issues I am struggling with on this journey of awareness, intersectionality, privilege, and equality. I’ve learned a lot over the last year, but there will always be room to grow. Continue Reading Allied Progress
Hope for humanity: cranked up about 10 notches. Continue Reading Redneck urges ‘white racial responsibility’ – and it’s brilliant
Rather than be gently prompted or decide to get there “some day”, I challenge video game companies to take the lead on instigating a change in their CIS, straight, male privilege-based culture from the inside. NOW. Continue Reading Why the video game industry needs to take the initiative in gender equality
Diversity has a long way to go in film, media, and gaming, but companies are becoming more aware of the benefits of building it into both staffing and end product. Some more successfully than others. Continue Reading Making connections: diversity in media
Blog Action Day: Stories engender not only empathy, but value. Continue Reading Lurching toward equality