This petition to name storms after climate change deniers, has a great video making their point. Top creative points.
Since 1954, the World Meteorological Organization has been naming extreme storms after people. As scientific evidence shows that climate change is creating increasingly frequent and devastating storms, and with climate scientists declaring these extreme weather events as the new normal, we propose a new naming system. A system that names extreme storms caused by climate change, after the policy makers who deny climate change and obstruct climate policy.
Nothing is above dispute, including naming of supernatural objects, as this article in the NPR describes.
A dispute over the names of two new moons of Pluto is highlighting a broader battle over who names what in our solar system and beyond. On one side is the International Astronomical Union (IAU), a venerable consortium of astronomers who have set the naming rules for the better part of a century. On the other side, a growing number of astronomers who feel the IAU has unfairly designated itself as the intergalactic naming police.
Jill Filipovic, writing in the Guardian, plays the feminist & wonders why should women change their names after marriage. She recommends that men change theirs, or that the kids keep the women’s last name instead.
Your name is your identity. The reasons women give for changing their names after marrying don’t make much sense
Be prepared for a rather long read if you tackle the comments at the end of that article.