Besides enjoying the benefits of roaming freely in anonymity, I see being ordinary as a form of resistance.
Recent events in the United States have us asking questions. We are not talking about a few rogue racist cops here.
Thinking back on the rash of terrorist attacks by so-called Christians in the hearths of the UK in the 1970s might help put things into perspective.
Graduation, Veneto style: The insults in the papiro are sometimes biting, the secrets divulged are intentionally embarrassing, but I will admit that watching left me feeling a bit jealous.
Prejudice against queer communities is not installed in certain cultures and foreign to others, but a global power structure.
Are you a hipster, too? Read this to find out.