For the Greater Good

I'm a parent. I'm supposed to be teaching my kids, guiding them, yet I'm continually humbled by how much I learn from them whenever I stop to watch and listen. Recently we took a trip to the local science museum--because science is real, and fun, and interesting, and because my kids always do better in... Continue Reading →

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Dear Matt Walsh, Your Opinion On the Women’s March is Worthless

Dear Matt Walsh and others, Hear me loud, and hear me clear. When a woman, a group of women, several million women say "My experience as a woman is this" you don't get to say with any merit "No, it's not." It really is that simple. You are not a woman. You have never lived... Continue Reading →

One Small Step for Man Unkind

Growing up in a country not their own, attending school with children from all over the world, my children have the luxury of daily exposure to difference. Multiculturalism is more than just a box ticked on a syllabus, more than a buzzword. It's not something to be merely tolerated, but celebrated. I'm ashamed to admit it's... Continue Reading →

To Dream the Impossible American Dream

I have a dream. It goes something like this: A candidate comes forward. In my dream it's meaningless if they are man, woman, donkey or elephant. There is no need for a stage or podium, mics or teleprompters. There is no need for a moderator or live twitter feed. They are there to deliver a message.... Continue Reading →

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