Every time I walk the streets of Downtown Los Angeles I come across countless homeless people. Some young, but most old enough to have earned the title “local” through their many years of loyalty to the streets. I see familiar faces who have managed to […]
Cities across the country will host anniversary events this weekend—all open to the public.
Sometimes, the more you say yes, the more of yourself you give away. For some reason, most of us feel the need to automatically say yes to things like staying late at work, hanging out with friends, going on dates, tipping a little extra, or […]
Don’t ignore the warning signs of an abusive relationship, they may just save your life.
I have also never come across a man who has openly said “Let me open this car door for you because I know you’re too weak to do it yourself.”
Every minute 24 people experience violence from their intimate partners in the U.S.
Our criminal justice system is incredibly tainted. Victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse resonate with this struggle too often. Flaws in the system go beyond family law cases, but if I went through every strain of legal delegation, we would be here for an […]
It’s time women stop justifying what they wear and start encouraging each other to do as they please.
When Playboy founder Hugh Hefner died Wednesday (September 27) at 91, it was more peaceful than not. He died of natural causes late at night in his bed surrounded by loved ones. Without having to explain who he was and what he did, it should […]
A study that appeared in the Journal of the American Dietetic Associate shows that low-income Americans would have to spend 70 percent of their budget to meet the national guidelines for healthy eating.