Mariya Karimjee My Friend Wears A Hijab, And I Judge Her For It

In Karachi, Pakistan, where I live, it's difficult to reconcile my antipathy toward religion with making friends.

Beejoli Shah How My Culture Failed Me After I Was Raped

My rapist came from the same insular Indian-American community at my university as I did. Why did that make it harder for people to believe what happened?

Ira Madison III Ferguson Divided My Family, But We Were Already Broken

As a black man I'd learned to fear the police. Then the police became my family.

Anne Helen Petersen The Messy Media Ethics Behind The Sony Hacks

The gray area where the leaked information resides — between public and private, prurient and illuminating — might not be the exception, but the new normal.

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