Thank you, Donald Trump, for creating the chaotic environment that caused my husband and I to talk — really talk — about important issues.
The man who launched 1,000 memes will be leaving government after 43 years of service, first as a Senator from Delaware, then as Obama’s right hand man.
While the campaign strategy of insulting minorities, women, immigrants, disabled people, and the LGBTQ community may win some electoral votes, it doesn’t make creative people — many of whom are women, minorities, immigrants, disabled, LGBTQ, or allies of the aforementioned — want to be seen on a stage with him.
There is literally zero precedent for foreign influence on elections in the US — at least to this degree — and no one seems to know what to do with the information.
Mr. Trump has a very short time to learn the difference between citizen-to-citizen speech and citizen-to-government speech.
If they make a racist joke, ask them to explain why it’s funny. Say, “I don’t get it, can you explain that joke to me?”
These conversations are uncomfortable as hell. They can be downright depressing and demoralizing. They may lose you friends and family members. But, sometimes they lead to change, even if it’s small. And being uncomfortable is a small price to pay to help combat bigotry.
I am currently in Los Angeles trying to forget that the election happened.
In these days post-election, like many Americans, I
The election is over! Yay? Not really, but at least we can take this moment to pause, breathe, and decompress.