Candace Owens thinks men wearing dresses are damaging to civilization, but it's her ideas that are the problem.
Androgyny is something that has always been part of culture. Since the beginning of time, gender expression has always been varied and expansive. However, as time went on, society forced particular roles onto certain genders. These sorts of gender roles have caused many to rebel against them, including artists and rock stars. Harry Styles seems to be the next one in line to rebel in this way.
Harry Styles, the first male to appear solo on the cover of Vogue in American history should be something celebrated, not denounced.
Harry Styles has consistently been catapulted into stardom for countless reasons such as, but not limited to: being an amazing artist and an all-around phenomenal human to admire. Renowned for leading his platform through kindness, acceptance, love, and self-expression. It is not a secret to anyone that follows Harry Styles that he upholds an eccentric sense of fashion. Harry Styles is a mogul for shifting the traditional gender fashion roles towards a more gender-neutral normative fashion. He leads this by rocking whatever fashion he wishes to express himself in and extending the same acceptance and kindness to others.
Voter turnout hit records in this year's election, and it may have been the secret weapon for the Democrats.
The 2020 general election brought in more participants and voters than ever before, and in Arizona, an important chunk of the registered voter turnout was the Native community.
He really did the most during election week.
If anyone has definitely had a whirlwind of a week, it's Steve Kornacki, the national political correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC.
Arizona uses secure technology and reliable machines to count ballots for the 2020 general election.
Arizona has more mail-in ballots to count this year due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. With the state's experience and partners, voters can rely on faster results and secure counting.
Arizona voters pass Prop. 208, an initiative that will bring more money to Arizona schools.
Called by the Associated Press Thursday, Arizona's Proposition 208, also known as the Invest in Education Act, has passed. This proposition will place a 3.5% tax surcharge on any income above $250,000 for individuals and $500,000 for couples.
"This will be the greatest medical advance in the last 100 years."
This morning, Pfizer released fantastic news about their COVID-19 vaccine.
He passed away peacefully with his friends and family by his side.
Beloved host of "Jeopardy!" Alex Trebek has passed away from stage 4 pancreatic cancer at the age of 80.
1. Brittany Morgan, National Writer's Society
2. Radhi, SUNY Stony Brook
3. Kristen Haddox, Penn State University
4. Jennifer Kustanovich, SUNY Stony Brook
5. Clare Regelbrugge, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign