Tag: protests

  • I am anti-fascist. Trump thinks that makes me a terrorist

    When Donald Trump was first elected, I joked to my family that should I disappear, they ought to look for me in a gulag in the Utah desert. I was convinced a man with authoritarian leanings would attempt to crack down on free speech, especially from those of us opposed to his racist regime. It […]

  • I’m more concerned with why people vandalised a war memorial than the fact they did

    Nuance is dead. The internet killed it this weekend, bludgeoned it in the head. Then, just to make┬ásure the job was done, we all kept kicking the corpse. Some of us still are. I am, of course, talking about what happened this weekend. Several hundred (or thousand, depending whom you ask) protestors marched through the […]

  • #TBT: Millennials on the March

    This is the first in a series of Throwback Thursday posts I’m going to be doing, highlighting my work at now-defunct publications I’ve written for in the past. This is a piece I wrote on the National Equality March in Washington, D.C. which took place several years ago. It first appeared in the October 2009 […]