Lessons From Cuomo: On Sexual Assault, Allyship, and Peformative Progressiveness

Today, after weeks of resisting calls to resign, Andrew Cuomo has officially announced his resignation as Governor of New York. Yet one notable feature of this announcement is a lack of repentance. Since the allegations first broke, Cuomo has been defending himself, stating that they are untrue, and he only ever had good attentions. This,Continue reading “Lessons From Cuomo: On Sexual Assault, Allyship, and Peformative Progressiveness”

On COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy: Why Justice and Truth Are More Important Than Peacemaking

I’ve been seeing a growing number of social media posts that are arguing for non-judgment over decisions whether or not to vaccinate. While I think that these posts are coming from a well-intentioned place, I’m concerned about the harm that may be done by taking such a stance. I thought I’d tackle some of theseContinue reading “On COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy: Why Justice and Truth Are More Important Than Peacemaking”