Public Proposals: A Socially Acceptable Act That Deserves a Rejection

The public proposal: it’s the cliche trademark of every romantic comedy (that’s probably starring Colin Firth) and aims to reach the Disney-esque “happily ever after” ending all within a 150 minute time frame. As romantic as this gesture has been portrayed in pop culture and cheap films, the intention of the gesture is a bit […]

Kimye Is Pregnant

OMG! Kim Kardashian is pregnant! Guess who does not care? Unlike a lot of  people on this planet who love to worship talent-less people who are famous for absolutely no reason, I don’t participate and practice the same foolery that most of those people do. Let’s be serious for one second, why is Kim famous? Is […]

Keeping Up With the Kardashian’s Divorce

The drama surrounding Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries’ divorce has lasted a lot longer than their 72-day marriage and it doesn’t appear to be ending any time soon. Lawyers for the two sides faced off in court Wednesday. Humphries’ lawyer complained that Kardashian’s team hasn’t been exactly helpful, delaying the discovery process. “I don’t want […]

Chick-fil-A “war” creates animosity between opposing sides of gay marriage debate

In my hometown state of California, the gay marriage debate is a big deal. Otherwise known as Prop 8, the right to same sex marriage has a flurry of loud, proud supporters—though the opposing silent majority has won the debate every time elections come around. When this whole Chick-fil-A situation arose, I knew it would […]

Boston Mayor Tells Chick-fil-A There is No Room for Discrimination in MA

Dan Cathy, president of Atlanta-based fast food chain Chick-fil-A, has found himself in the center of a national debate following statements made regarding same-sex marriage. During a radio interview with Ken Coleman, Cathy, a devout Christian stated, “I think we are inviting God’s judgment on our nation when we shake our fist at him and […]

One Year of Marriage Equality in New York

Tomorrow, on Tuesday, 24th July 2012, New York will celebrate a year of marriage equality – the first anniversary of the city’s legalization of gay marriage. New York is the sixth state in the US to (finally!) give gay couples the right to wed legally. A record 659 couples tied the knot on this day […]

Chick-Fil-A Speaks Out….No Big Deal

Chick-fil-A chief executive officer and president, Dan Cathy, has recently come under fire for his comments printed in the Baptist Press.  A public and devout Christian, Cathy shared his thoughts about his definition of family and marriage. He also discussed how his religion has influenced his leadership at the fast food restaurant chain. Cathy is […]

Gay Marriage Gains Ground

On May 9th, in an ABC interview, President Obama stated that “he now ‘”personally’” believes gays and lesbians should have the right to mary.” [1] This, obviously huge move, has been a long time coming. Apparently Obama has “been going through an evolution on this issue.” Haven’t we all? His path to support of gay […]

Women Popping the Question

Society is gradually becoming more equal opportunity in terms of men and women, whether it’s in the workplace or even in the realm of romance. In order to make the jump from boyfriend and girlfriend to man and wife, couples must first tackle the process of getting engaged. With engagement comes the responsibility of a […]