Inclusive Language and Students as Customers

I had my attention drawn to a rather strange article by a Butler student. The article begins by referring to a professor requiring the use of inclusive language – that is, not saying “he” when you mean “he or she” and not using “mankind” when you mean “humankind,” and so on. But the student then [Read More...]

Political Scientist Melissa Harris-Perry on why Progressive Religious Support for LGBT Equality is Important

An article in Religion Dispatches offers an interesting perspective on the need for a religious case for LGBT equality. Here’s a sample: If the LGBT movement is identified solely as secular, it becomes easier for conservative Christians to define the movement as “the world” against which faith must stand. How much more powerful, she says, [Read More...]


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