Trayon White's apology is a good one.
Massive Poultry is exploiting Small Business loans. And killing millions of fish.
Stanford had an all-male conference.
ALL-MALE HISTORY CONFERENCE. This goes for the GUINNESS BOOK of the century! A team of 30 white male historians will discuss Applied History at @Stanford . What a shame. https://t.co/IXFQqi2eN2 pic.twitter.com/GBRNzIFMvP— Ana Lucia Araujo (@analuciaraujo_) March 14, 2018
The Times is better late than never with obituaries of extraordinary women.
Sady Doyle's thread on women getting ahead in "problematic" professions.
It's also clear that we (men and women) hold subtle double standards around whether women are allowed to have or want power. And it's clear that women are kept out of power by structural means, and that shunning power leaves them without leverage to change structures.— Sady Doyle (@sadydoyle) March 14, 2018
You know, if you believe the US government must be dismantled, and that any position within it corrupts the holder, sure, there's no value in electing women. But the same people who argued women shouldn't want that form of power backed male candidates for the same positions!— Sady Doyle (@sadydoyle) March 13, 2018
The first tweet in my thread about when appearance matters on stage (and in movies).
If this isn't every other dude trying to date in DC...Allow me one more potentially unpopular but nuanced opinion tonight, but let me preface by saying that the dickhead agony over the new Lara Croft’s chest is BS but tragi-hilarious to observe. The controversial/nuanced part is that sometimes, that kind of thing matters.— 🙀 (@rgbrb) March 15, 2018
Lol men— 🙀 (@rgbrb) March 12, 2018
Date Lab: She was funny and talkative. He was put off. https://t.co/wn77olRvhD pic.twitter.com/qm1RWtLeTZ
You shouldn't need gimmicks to refrain from taking your relationship for granted.
John Oliver is a national treasure, and I'm so glad his book is doing well.
I love the story about the girl who snapped her retainer over Michael B. Jordan.