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Is There an End to The Madness?

There has to be a line drawn between wanting to satisfy an insecurity and having an internal issue of not loving yourself. Sure, we all have things that we are physically unhappy about when it comes to our appearance. 686 more words

Life

Madonna Clears Up Her White House Speech After Huge Backlash

Madonna may march to the beat of her own drum, but when it comes to disappointing her fans, she bounces back in line with everyone else. 484 more words

News & Gossip

Blackface is Ugly and I'm Being Harassed: A Tale of Cosplay & Cosplayers Gone Wrong  

NOTE: An updated, more detailed version of this piece can be found on the Huffinton Post.

Know what happens sometimes when you speak up against actual bullshit in the cosplay community that nobody wants to talk about in hopes that the issue will resolve itself without any real effort on anyone’s part? 1,184 more words

Cosplay

Low Carb Controversy for Type 1

“Insulin is not a cure for diabetes; it is a treatment. It enables the diabetic to burn sufficient carbohydrates, so that proteins and fats may be added to the diet in sufficient quantities to provide energy for the economic burdens of life.” – Dr Federick Banting on his discovery of insulin. 357 more words

Diabetes

Deepening our Knowledge of the Triune God of Scripture

In the midst of what seems to be a crazy internet debate*, the doctrine of the Trinity has once again cropped up in various theological circles and people from all denominations are weighing in all across the world. 396 more words

Theology

David Duke blames Trump U controversy on ‘Jewish manipulation of the media’

(JTA) — White supremacist David Duke blamed the current controversy over Donald Trump’s now defunct unaccredited university on “Jewish manipulation of the American media.” 341 more words

Daily News

When Do Books Cross the Line from Outdated to Unacceptable?

What does it take to make you put down a book and walk away, never to resume reading again?

A couple weeks ago, I was reading a book that was less than steller. 1,133 more words

General Thoughts