In the final installment of my series for Torchlight Media about Trump as a narcissistic bully, I talk about what such behavior from the top means for our society and ways we can address it.
This photo sums up a lot of my feelings on the recent North Korea summit.
Notice I did not say summit with North Korea?
Look at the photo. Who’s really in charge?
Here we are again. This blog started with the new NFL anthem policy.
Then Roseanne Barr dropped her Tweet bombs. It helped me finally manage to wrap my head around some concepts that had been floating around for a while. So, I set the anthem policy comments aside for a later date to make observations about the Barr situation instead. Oh well. Best laid plans and all that.
Then, Samantha Bee got thrown in the mix as well. What I planned to write changed yet again.
And grew to a four part blog.
Consent. We all know what it means, right? Such a simple concept. Seems like only common courtesy, really. Yet it seems to confuse so many. Especially in men’s encounters with women.
Harvey Weinstein. Charlie Rose. Roy Moore. Donald Trump.
Right now, their deeds spill from the lips of reporters. Their names splash across our webpages. Because of certain behavior hinging on consent. Actually, the behavior hinges on many factors. But consent is one of the big ones.
I’m a woman. I have not seen Blade Runner 2049, yet. I thought I would make those disclosures right up front. Because that’s the subject of this article.
Weird, right? I am not talking about the usual current events, or political speech. Nope. Just sharing some thoughts.
About how women think. Or, at least, how one woman thinks. Or maybe it’s just something subconsciously part of women’s decision making. Or maybe it’s not a thing at all.
But at least it’s some food for thought.