Category Archives: Spirituality

“Me Too” Movement

Actress Alyssa Milano suggested on Twitter that women who have been the victims of sexual harassment state so by using the hashtag “MeToo.”  The concept went viral on both Twitter and Facebook, and continues going strong. Around the world, and, on my own Facebook/Twitter feeds. For truly it is everywhere, and truly, it is pervasive …

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My Repudiation.

Allow me to begin with what is most important, and what one may assume is the most obvious. (Though such an assumption cannot be made as easily about people today as it was just a few years ago.) I, Ty Unglebower, disavow, reject, and will to the best of my practical ability confront white supremacism …

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I Have Used “Those” Words.

I’ll not open such an important topic with poetry. I will state the purpose of this post right away. I have, in my life, both uttered and used the following words at some point: “Nigger. “Fag.” “Bitch.” As well as several other words that amount to the same thing as these. Note the distinction between …

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Keep Moving in 2017

There are a mere few hours remaining in 2016. It’s a quasi-arbitrary metric, of course; plenty of people don’t use the same calendar to mark the years. Even if they did, what exactly changes, other than said calendar? Nothing, really. Any New Year is a convenient marker for assessment of one’s life. It’s passing gives …

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Second Look at the Second Amendment

Do any of you remember that awful day when a murderer rushed into a crowded place with an ax, and within minutes killed 50 people by hacking them to death? How about the time someone stabbed about 30 people to death on a college campus with a Swiss Army knife? Or the horrific moment when …

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