One of the questions I hear over and over when child sexual abuse comes up is, "Why didn't they tell?" But when I was trying to figure out how to be safe again after my own experience, telling was one of the first options removed from the table. I didn't have anyone to tell.
I love playing on all my water toys, but every time I use any of them -- from the slowest to the fastest -- I have to wear a life vest because I don't know how to swim. I am not alone; many African Americans are unsafe around water.
Captain America underscores the fact that we clearly have trouble confronting our own past, but we have no problem talking about other people's problems. Boy, did we get on those South Africans for apartheid!
Can anyone tell me why so many famous and powerful men decide not only to take pictures of their private parts but to text, tweet and email them to people? How many men have to be caught before men actually learn from the guys who have gone before?
Elizabeth Taylor once said in an interview that she wanted her epitaph to read, "Here lies Elizabeth. She hated being called Liz. But she lived." She sure did live -- and through her example, she showed others how to as well.
Like a lot of people, I used to think I was incapable of doing anything about the way I felt everyday. Now that I know how much changing what you eat can transform your life, I can't stop proselytizing.
When did we lose the right to know what we are eating? When did food labeling become a con game to make us think we're eating healthy even when we are not? Why is the government assisting those who wish to confuse us?
Following recent rumors, many are questioning whether Howard Stern has what it takes to be a judge on American Idol; but they've all got the question wrong. The real issue is whether American Idol deserves him.