I found words like ‘man-haters’, ‘feminazis’ (a hideous term which marries the word ‘feminine’ with Nazi-ism) and ‘radicals’ (which by definition means ‘favoring or effecting fundamental or revolutionary changes in current practices, conditions, or institutions’, but which also has a distinctly negative connotation in the realm of feminism). One female blogger wrote, “feminists are trying to make us believe there is this ghastly patriarchy that is ruling the land and that women need special treatment.”
This documentary is about a 16 year old boy named Treasure who decides to get into the drug game. The reason for making this video is that in the past couple of years we have noticed a growing trend in young men being incarcerated or dying before they graduate high-school. Please help us restore motivation and drive back into the youth by sharing this video or showing it to your loved ones.
“Getting public input” is a phase in almost every urban planning decision that is made in the developed world. Too often, however, it means simply surveying the existing attitudes of stakeholders, rather than doing what we humans are so good at – thinking, sharing, and being creative.
The contrast between homeless people living in makeshift plastic-covered huts in a church parking lot and a recent boom in building expensive apartments for students in Eugene, Oregon prompts the author to reflect on how growing inequity in income and access to the basic necessities of life has reached a morally unacceptable level in America.