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Comedy
But back to babies, who are living (and crying, eating, sleeping and pooping) proof that beauty is in the eye of the beholder
Women
The nurse snickered at my father, who stood with his eyes bulging. "Now remember this only lasts a year, you'll have to come
Queer Voices
Today I am going to try really hard to be authentic and allow myself to be with all of my feelings.
Arts & Culture
On the author's 100th birthday, a look back on her work.
Black Voices
"No one deserves what happened to my sister."
Good News
Stories of connection, compassion and kindness are the currency that gives us faith in humanity. From a century-long bond
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Queer Voices
When she says "my gay brother" she doesn't seem to think twice about what that inflicts upon me, or what image that leaves in the minds of her friends. She also neglects the fact that no other trait is described that way.
Black Voices
I woke up to the smell of sausage frying with onions and ketchup--yummy! My stomach was already grumbling. I stumbled out of my purple and white floral bed sheets and walked through the maze of doorways to the pink tiled bathroom, and began the morning freshening up routine.
Weddings
It involved wearing their wedding dresses again 👰👰👰👰👰
Women
There are stark differences between my older brother and myself: he's an evangelical preacher at a rural megachurch who relaxes by bowhunting deer. I'm a tofu-consuming socialist who believes that we really have no way of knowing what's "out there."
Teen
As soon as he got that acceptance letter, I knew my life was about to change forever. My two best friends were actually leaving me. I was the last bird in the nest.
Women
One morning 24 years ago, I stepped out onto the second floor balcony of a flat on Kabir Nagar in Varanasi, India. A woman doing a household chore on the next balcony caught my eye. She said: Come to my house!
Latino Voices
Madison de la Garza is best known for playing Gabrielle Solis’ rebellious daughter, Juanita, on ABC’s “Desperate Housewives
Black Voices
A show was only as good as its theme song back in the day. Those catchy show-openers were a crucial part of why we keep coming