Johnny Miller is a Cape Town, South Africa-based photographer who used drone technology to show just how divided his country is among socioeconomic lines.
Films featuring gay characters or the LGBTQ lifestyle were once relegated as niche cinema. But as our culture has made strides towards equality, the general public has demonstrated more of an interest in films from all walks of life.
The nation is still reeling from the horrific events at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, and while many are expressing their grief, yet others are expressing opinions similar to that of the attacker — using the Bible as an excuse for their actions.
Recently, Miss District of Columbia (Washington D.C.) beat out a competitive field of contestants to take home the Miss USA crown.
The story of Stanford rapist Brock Turner, who was only sentenced to six months despite the fact that 12 jurors unanimously found him guilty of committing three felonies the night he raped an unconscious woman behind a dumpster, continues.
This Rape Victim Delivered an Incredibly Powerful Message to Her Attacker, a Former Stanford Athlete
While we generally try to keep things light here, there are times when a voice needs to be heard, or when a story needs to be told because too many people aren’t willing to tell it.
That’s the case with a 23-year-old victim of sexual assault, not only because of the heinous crime that was committed against her, but because of the way that her attacker was treated in the time that has followed.
Two Stanford University graduate students biking across campus in January 2015 spotted a freshman thrusting his body on top of an unconscious, half-naked woman behind a dumpster.