Homophobia can disappear from the inherently masculine sports world only if those who want to be allies let their voices be heard, and encourage LGBT players to feel comfortable.
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If we decide to watch and praise Allen's films, we are, at the same time, praising him and giving him our support—when that’s the last place it should be.
Vanity Fair is notorious for representing many more white actors on their covers than any other race or ethnicity.
Rowling’s announcement and fixation on which character Hermione should end up with has placed her series in the category of the superficial and cliché YA romances which have seemingly dominated the genre over time.
When Macklemore took the stage at the Grammys, proclaiming that everyone is the same and holding a marriage ceremony for both heterosexual and homosexual couples at a public and televised event, it felt somewhat gimmicky.
Recently, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) released its plans to demolish the American Folk Art Museum building on 53rd Street in order to make room for expansion. MoMA’s main building is already so big compared to its new addition that there would only be a minimal gain of 40,000 square feet in exchange for the architectural masterpiece that previously housed the American Folk Art Museum.
Having expectations that are set too high does not make us a depressed generation—the lack of jobs combined with the instantaneous nature of social media is what is hurting our morale.
Samsung already spends millions on advertising so they should have just let the quality of their products do the rest of the talking.
Even when compared to Twitter—a social media site with a much larger network than Tumblr—it is clear that Tumblr is still holding its own.
Some skeptics feel that partly “owning” an athlete turns them into an object rather than a person. What they fail to realize is that buyers won’t own the athlete as a person; they will simply be investing in his talent.