The alleged actions -- or inaction -- of the Tallahassee police could send the message to those who come forward with sexual assault complaints that they are better off staying silent, Jemele Hill writes.
Geno Smith is a millennial, the generation of people born between 1980 and 2001 who irritate their elders with their empowered attitude and inability to develop thick skin. That might explain some of the reaction to him in the past two months.
The simplicity in Brittney Griner's announcement was striking, and telling. It said a lot about who she is, and it sent a clear, inspirational message to any person who might be considering coming out.
Marshall Henderson's antics aren't harmless or good for a sport that lacks stars. And too many people are giving him a pass. Here's hoping he matures before returning for his senior season at Ole Miss.
Oscar Pistorius' arrest shocked us because of our perception of him as an Olympic hero. Let's also not pretend that the coverage of him didn't fit the lazy stereotypes that a lot of us have about disabled people, Jemele Hill writes.
As the controversy and protests continue in Steubenville, Ohio, after two local football players were charged with raping a 16-year-old girl, Jemele Hill writes about her hope of better protecting girls and women from similar incidents.