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"Since you are friends that have accompanied our journey for a long time, I wanted to share this with you and ask her to marry me.”
"The best thing about our relationship is our closeness."
Hoffman says performing not only gave her confidence about her body, but it also helped her find true love in the form of
Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) apologized Thursday for describing some of his fellow senators and their referencing of Congressional
There was a time when little people in early circus sideshows were victims willing to exploit their afflictions to make a living; I don't believe that's the case with Little Women: LA.
When you don't see it coming at all, it will feel like you are blindsided. Like you got knocked out by the current heavyweight champion when you didn't even know you were in the ring.
'Little Couple' stars Bill Klein and Jennifer Arnold discuss their newly adopted son, Will, who also has dwarfism.
"There are a lot of unknowns but Charlotte has a way of surprising you when you least expect it. We didn't know if she would
Though we celebrate who we are as a community, we want to be judged according to our skills, our character, and our experience, not according to something over which we have no control, our stature. The more we raise awareness about dwarfism, the closer we will come to this goal.
As parents of a 9-year-old son, who himself is just learning how to deal with these words, we still shake our heads and say, "Why does this still have to happen?"
The trouble is that in too many cities and towns, we no longer have a village square except in the form of enclosed spaces owned by profit-seeking corporations. What happened to that protester said a lot more about our privatized idea of community than it does about that one particular incident.
The repeal is just one of many events that have happened in the last six months that have galvanized the little people community
In January, actor Peter Dinklage used his Golden Globe acceptance speech for "Game of Thrones" to raise awareness about Martin
I'm sad for Rosie O'Donnell. I believed she was an advocate for diversity. With the dwarfism community, she had a chance to open her door of inclusion a little wider. But after the Feb. 29 episode, it is hard to know if she did anything more than apologize for keeping the door closed on us.
Recently, Rosie O'Donnell made bigoted comments about little people. Her comments struck a chord with me because I expected more from an intelligent, lesbian, female comic who has experienced hate and discrimination as much as someone like me.
I expected her to address her fears as an opportunity to bridge the gap between her own misunderstanding of dwarfism and the reality. Rather than erase any distance, O'Donnell reinforced the gap.
"It's very hurtful, especially for our children," Amy said. Check out an all new "Little People Big World" special, which
No Rosie, don't discuss this with other Little People (we're scary) or even a therapist, you've got Chelsea ("Did-you-do-one -- NO!") Handler in the house. Chelsea is at the forefront of small thinking. Well, we are a very funny group of people.