How do we connect by asking, “How are you doing?” and how do we frame it as a genuine offer of support rather than an assumptive intrusion?
By understanding our cognitive consciousness we can improve how we speak of our point of view in politics.
Legislative and student advocates fight for proper representation in education with House Bill 2845.
American men, in an attempt to avoid any hint of homoerotic sexual touch, are foregoing gentle platonic touch in their lives. The implications of touch isolation for men’s health and happiness are huge.
Senate Bill 149 makes familial discrimination legal in the state of South Dakota; more to follow.
It seems there aren’t as many self-identifying butch lesbians around nowadays, but instead of focusing on “where they’ve gone,” maybe we should reexamine our notions of a butch/femme dichotomy.
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What’s the value of a political stunt with unintended negative consequences?
The springtime Mercury retrograde cycle begins April 9. There is a power that can be unleashed as we make the unconscious conscious.
Many of the articles in the April 2017 issue of PQ Monthly center around the act of questioning, especially in the context of self-examination.