When HuffPost used the word “goy” in a recent headline, it evoked centuries-old myths and stereotypes.
No matter how Hillary Clinton dresses, the media keeps hating on her. So why does Bernie Sanders get a free pass for his zany appearance?
Kate Siegel’s Instagram account full of marriage-obsessed, body-shaming messages from her mother has earned thousands of followers. Is it wrong to find this stereotype funny?
We humans are resistant to change. It unsettles us. Causes us discomfort. And anxiety. And yet, as first articulated by the Greek philosopher, Heraclitus, change is the only constant. Whether or not we like it, things do change. What is in our control is how we choose to handle it. Do we deny its inevitability and cling to the waning status quo? Do we embrace the opportunity to evolve and enhance the experience?