FFS Friday: Quit Being An Asshole

[TRIGGER WARNING: THIS ARTICLE WILL PROBABLY PISS YOU OFF. THAT’S WHY YOU SHOULD READ IT.] I am often identified as a member of perhaps the most hated group on this planet: straight, white males. For all it’s said that my “kind” have the greatest privileges in the world (I certainly won’t deny that), I have … Continue reading FFS Friday: Quit Being An Asshole

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FFS Friday: Domestic Violence

According to the Bureau of Justice, twenty people are abused by a domestic partner every minute. On average, three women are killed a day by a former or current intimate partner. In eight out of ten cases of violent assault, the victim personally knows their attacker. Six out of ten sexual assaults occur in the victim’s own … Continue reading FFS Friday: Domestic Violence

FFS Friday: Fucking. Use. Protection.

All right, my friends. We’re going to talk about a very uncomfortable, but very important topic. That is: sexual health. I’ve already talked at length about mental health and overall physical health, so I figured I may as well just finish out the trifecta. Look here: our generation is one of the most sexually active in history. Normalization of sex … Continue reading FFS Friday: Fucking. Use. Protection.

FFS Friday: Quit Being An Asshole

[TRIGGER WARNING: THIS ARTICLE WILL PROBABLY PISS YOU OFF. THAT’S WHY YOU SHOULD READ IT.] I am often identified as a member of perhaps the most hated group on this planet: straight, white males. For all it’s said that my “kind” have the greatest privileges in the world (I certainly won’t deny that), I have … Continue reading FFS Friday: Quit Being An Asshole

FFS Friday: Mob Justice and Shame Culture

On 4 October 2012, four Nigerian university students visited the village of Aluu. One of those students was owed money by one of the village residents, so he asked three of his classmates to accompany him and help collect the debt. Shortly after their arrival in Aluu, a rumor spread through the village that the … Continue reading FFS Friday: Mob Justice and Shame Culture