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Reflections on Second International Children’s Rights Institute Conference

by Carlos Flores Divorce is a topic that few want to talk about. Perhaps this is because of the extraordinary number of marriages that end in divorce. Perhaps this is because of the unfortunate experiences of children whose parents have … Continue reading »

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An Open Letter to the Queer Community at UCSB

by Carlos Flores To the queer community at UCSB: I am deeply disappointed by the crude and disrespectful display carried out by some of your community members which disrupted our inaugural lecture last Tuesday with Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse entitled … Continue reading »

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Reflections on the Stanford Anscombe Society Conference

By Carlos Flores In early April I had the opportunity to attend the Stanford Anscombe Society’s excellent conference, Facing History: The Legacy of the Sexual Revolution. Though a Stanford LGBT student activist group presented the Stanford Anscombe Society with some … Continue reading »

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My Promise to Myself

by Carlos Flores In many ways, I have had a very fortunate upbringing. I grew up in a conservative family in the 1990’s in the maze of concrete and azulejos that is Mexico City. Because of the homogeneity of the … Continue reading »

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