Halloween Fun Gone Bad

When did Halloween become an opportunity to take jabs at specific ethnic, religious, or cultural groups? In the We’re a Culture, Not a Costume article, Ohio University students explicitly expressed their disgust for the manner in which some of their classmates have used the traditions of Halloween to paint themselves as Africans, immigrants, terrorists, etc. […] Read more »

Toddlers and Sex Talk

To some, it makes sense to have sex educational conversations with children as young as 3 years old. Others will argue that it is just too early. Should parents avoid the conversation until the child is at a much more mature appropriate age? If yes, what is the appropriate age? OR does the phrase “the […] Read more »