:: Three years ago, I wrote a column for a magazine about hiding my psychiatric disability because I feared for my job in higher education.
:: Our gun problem is not a mental health problem. … Scapegoating works when a group is small and already vulnerable. People with major mental illnesses make up a small portion of our population, and they are among our most vulnerable.
:: In this case, the professor wasn’t fired because of reverse racism. She was fired because of plain old regular racism.
:: When the FCC Chair mouths off about his duty to enforce rules when discussing speech offensive to his own political party, his words have a chilling effect on speech.
:: Women know how precious my time is. Men demand things of me.
:: I’ve been writing about freedom of the press and authoritarianism, but also about the judiciary and separation of powers. Mostly this writing is fast-paced and exhausting in its fast-paced-ness, but it is worth it.