Tag: child psychology

Harambe the Gorilla, unattentive parents, and the death of common sense

Harambe the Gorilla, unattentive parents, and the death of common sense
If you’ve been living under a rock for the past week, you may not have heard about the news story that has set the rational faction of the community ablaze with consternation. At the Cincinnati Zoo, a week ago, a 17-year-old gorilla named Harambe was shot to death when a three-year-old boy fell into the... Read more »

"What do you know?": The Particular Difficulty of Being Young

"What do you know?": The Particular Difficulty of Being Young
Those of you who made it past the title, I thank you immensely. The truth is, I didn’t set out writing this article to sound like a young prick whining about this inequities. I wrote it because I am, more often than not, blacklisted ideologically because of my age. People act like I’m 14, not... Read more »