Month: July 2016

I’m Not Scared of Donald Trump

  Voters in America are often faced with the challenge of selecting the “lesser of two evils”, and this years Presidential election feels to many of us (especially progressives) like the choice is harder than it ever has been. On the one hand you have Donald Trump, who by most measures in completely unqualified and…
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Why Do Men Send DICK PICS?

  I think a lot of articles and videos on the internet that discuss ideas like consent and sexual assault are often very condescending and unhelpful to most people. They seem to be targeted at actual rapists, and are basically the equivalent of a flustered exclamation “Stop harassing and assaulting people!” The problem with this…
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Non-White Cultures that Contributed to Civilization

  My goal was to make at least one video a week, but this month has provided so many things for me to respond to. The other day, Republican Congressman Steve King caught heat for making what some people consider racist remarks. The gist of it that he asserted that the Western World (and, he…
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Why Have LGBT Pride? (REDUX)

This video is an entry into my REDUX series, where I follow up on the comments to a previous video. This time around, I’m addressing some of the common ideas in the comments section of my video, WTF is Heterosexual Pride? I respond to several notions brought up in the comments, including the idea that…
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Dispelling Myths about Black Lives Matter

After my last video, I received many messages and comments. Many of them were messages of support (in fact that video has become one of my most shared videos ever), but I also got several messages providing criticisms of the Black Lives Matter movement. I do not think any movement is immune from criticism, and…
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How White People Can Help

In 2015, it felt like we couldn’t go a single week without hearing about someone (generally a black person) being killed by the police. Even though police brutality didn’t go away after that, it seemed to have calmed down. Many months passed without another one of these stores going viral. This past week however, we…
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Black Lives Matter and Pride Toronto

This past Sunday, the Black Lives Matter group in Toronto was invited as an honored guest to the annual Pride parade, the largest LGBTQ event in Canada. About two-thirds way into the parade, the BLM float suddenly stopped as protesters staged a sit-in, halting the parade for 30 minutes.┬áThe protest was used to raise awareness…
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WTF is “Heterosexual Pride?”

  I’m a little late on this, but a couple days ago, #HeterosexualPrideDay was trending on twitter. This was clearly a reaction to all of the LGBTQ events that happened in June. The rumor is that the original hashtag was meant to be a joke, but it didn’t take long before the internet grabbed hold…
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