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The Toilet Seat

The Toilet Seat

The last bastion of gender (in)equality doesn’t pertain to professional obstacles, access to health care, education attainment or political participation, but rather confines itself to a 15x18x19 inch white ceramic/porcelain cylindrical bowl containing approximately 1.6 gallons of water and a dual mode plastic seat that is manually opened and closed. On one hand, we have […]

Social Media Ethics

Social Media Ethics

Social Media is the largest pandemic in the history of our world. No other disease, trend, war, movement, or influence has ever reached more people with a permanent, civilizable, impact than social media. What once was concentrated and controlled individual experiences are now boundless, shared, captures of time and space, with the potential to reach […]