We all must remain dedicated to making the country — and the world — a safer place for all youth.
It’s time to up the fight against climate change.
It seems that there isn’t an aspect of modern or historical life that isn’t tainted by the desire to punish victims of egregious assaults with distrust and ostracization. Despite laws that ban murder and sexual misconduct, it is truly the court of public opinion that serves as the judge and juror.
I first stumbled upon Paperweight by Meg Haston in a library, adding it to my pile of books as an afterthought. In the years that have followed that library visit, the haunting story of Stevie has followed along, too, cementing Paperweight as one of my favorite books of all time.
February is the month of Cupid and romance novels, two phenomena that all youth deserve the chance to be immersed in. Queer romances exist in ways that rebel against tropes and provide LGBTQ+ youth a safe environment to explore the meaning of relationships, consent and love.
LAUSD must approach the upcoming semester with caution and compromise, a tactic that the current COVID-19 plan fails to execute.
Holiday stress can make enjoying meals difficult for those who struggle with disordered eating. To avoid fueling an unhealthy relationship with food, keep comments about New Year’s resolution diets private.
Sex ed classes are often limited and heteronormative, which has lasting repercussions on LGBTQ+ youth.
“Banning books gives us silence when we need speech. It closes our ears when we need to listen. It makes us blind when we need sight.” — Stephen Chbosky An estimated 36.3 million people have died from AIDS-related causes since the beginning of the AIDS epidemic less...
Throughout history, there have been innovations and landmark protests that have changed the face of activism forever: the Stonewall riots, car caravans used as blockades and the recording option on cell phones, to name a few. Now, in the 21st century, advocates have...