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Active Shooter Prevention, The Comprehensive Solution

Image by kerttu from Pixabay Yes, this Article will Stay Invisible, But … Given that I am a social worker and worked with folks that killed people, I think I have a voice when it comes to an active shooting. […]

Active Shooter Prevention, The Comprehensive Solution

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Image by kerttu from Pixabay Yes, this Article will Stay Invisible, But … Given that I am a social worker and worked with folks that killed people, I think I have a voice when it comes to an active shooting. […]

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From a Feminist Mansplainer: How Sex Negativity is Endangering Girls’ Equality and Diversity

Image by Markus Winkler from Pixabay  The Mansplainer Disclaimer I hate having to put these in my articles and often don’t because if one reads close enough, I never justify or

The Gift of Uncertainty

Image by denizecenci from Pixabay In the Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, Mark Manson’s words brought to light two important epiphanies for me, Problem Panda and the work

A Rebuttal from the Third Tier: What the Harvard Professor Doesn’t Wanna Get

Image by M P from Pixabay In his recent article entitled “Offshore Core,” Harvard history professor James Hankins argues that universities are abandoning a traditional liberal arts education, excluding such

How Public Health and Censorship Further Escalate Child Sexual Abuse

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay  I shouldn’t have been surprised at my rejection from a Ph.D. program in public health. First, it was on a Friday, and unlike most

Perils of Social Media and Free Speech

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay With the suspension of President Donald Trump’s accounts on Twitter and Facebook, much focus is now on Big Tech and censorship. This may be

Craziness Is the Cure: Why the Literary Matters

Image by StockSnap from Pixabay When I first read Walt Whitman’s “Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking,” I hated it. Similar to most undergraduate students the self-reflections of some old

Let’s Mess with Texas: How Netflix Cuties’ Indictment will Criminalize Little Girls

Image by Tumisu from Pixabay On September 23, a Texas grand jury returned an indictment on Netflix for the film Cuties, a story about the pressures that young girls face

Once-Passionate ‘Seminal’-Driven College Professor Fails College

Image by Ulrike Mai from Pixabay “Are you still in your office?” Moment’s later, I heard a knock on the door. Contrary to college policy, I like to keep the

Anal boils, bone spurs and heroic losers, what the US has become

Image by StockSnap from Pixabay One sign of a democratic and ethical society is how it protects its most vulnerable. As I have written in past articles, the U.S. often

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