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Looking in the mirror

Words exist to explain the complex feelings we feel, simplify issues that can’t be communicated by gestures, body and facial expressions. Words are amazing when strung well together in a sentence. 324 more words


Colors of Abuse: The Pillars of Personhood

We see it everywhere we go. Men and women have these subconscious tactics of control, ways to get exactly what they want from the people they want it from. 700 more words


NYC: Gentrification and Personhood

After moving to New York four months ago, the most frustrating thing I’ve felt so far hasn’t been the noise pollution or the rats or the delayed subways; but honestly, has been the reality of gentrification. 1,216 more words

A cultural question about our biology

So after watching, crying and flying with Oprah’s speech accepting the Cecil B. Demille award at the 2018 Golden Globes, I pulled out my check book to write a check to her presidential campaign. 1,084 more words

Love Thy Body: A Review

Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions about Life and Sexuality by Nancy Pearcey

In her latest book Love Thy Body, Nancy Pearcey addresses some of the key issues of controversy of our day particularly in regards to life and personhood. 352 more words

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