Wednesday, May 9, 2012
A lot of what might be called my political values are, to me, core ethical values. I think it’s immoral to condemn people because they are homosexual, for example. I think we are all deserving of compassion, assistance, forgiveness, and esteem. I think women have the right to make decisions about their private parts. I think we are all sacred, regardless of whether we believe in God. Those beliefs are everywhere in my column. I can’t separate them from who I am or the advice I give. Cheryl Strayed, on her personal political beliefs in the Library Journal.

(Source: reviews.libraryjournal.com)

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