Excerpted from a column by Richard J. Rosendall in CAMP Rehoboth:Gay people, by not conforming to gender norms, are correctly perceived as a threat to male privilege. Let us not pretend that we seek to change nothing of importance. Social and professional standing, the role of women, marriage and the raising of children are all hugely important. The point, as my late colleague Frank Kameny often put it, is that “We are right and they are wrong.
I’ve written in the past about the challenges in putting female anti-heroes on television: if they behave decisively and malignantly, they don’t get the credit male anti-heroes do for conforming to gender norms, and if they are weak... Read Post
Last week a bill introduced by Rep. Kylie Oversen (D-Grand Forks) to address perceived gender pay discrimination was defeated on the floor of the House. Today North Dakota Democrats are trying to fundraise on the defeat of the bill ... Read Post
From the News Journal:CAMP Rehoboth is sponsoring the Third Annual World AIDS Day Student Art Contest. The contest is open to Sussex County residents attending middle or high school. CAMP Rehoboth chose to sponsor the Student Art Co... Read Post