A favorite of high school English classes, Hemingway is a figure many people encounter early on in their literary lives, and some fall in love right away. For others, the encounter is more turbulent – in some cases, very polarizing. “What’s the big deal?” one reader (now a Papa fan) wondered upon reading Hemingway for [...]
If, by our example of how we have reclaimed our own very UN-Hetero values of self-love, self-esteem, and self-affirmation, we can inspire the Spiritually STILL-indentured Colonialized Minority Communities to invent similar ways to rise from their . . . servitude to stand once more . . . —no longer in the values and symbols of [...]
“World Mental Health Day: Another Missed Opportunity?” Ian Dowbiggin’s op-ed in The Globalist.
The question of whether Gays should be allowed to serve in the armed services—that is, the generally accepted question of whether Gays should be permitted to serve—is actually divisible into two questions.
One of the most performed plays in the world, Waiting for Godot was the work that launched Samuel Beckett to international fame – a status that would grapple with for the rest of his life.