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The Rudiments of Beauty

Oh, in this ugliness

I struggle to see
The beauty here
In a world
Of grim and grime
Of damage and refuse

The hard task… 453 more words


Sometimes when prejudice becomes a part of my life,

I wish I had another illness.

Diabetes must be very uncomfortable, but no-one stops speaking to you. 32 more words

A White Girl's Questions About Black Lives Matter

by Tiffany Dawn

Hey friends! Welcome back for some more girl talk!

This week we’re talking about social justice, and this video is in honor of Black History Month (February). 102 more words


Where Are The Democrats?

More and more people are demanding that some, or all, of Obamacare be saved. Many of those people voted for Donald Trump. Could this be the result of the efforts by Democrats to educate the public on the fact that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Obamacare are one and the same? 151 more words


Brand Spotlight: Illamasqua And Why Politics Isn’t Pretty

While retail may not seem the place to pitch politics, sometimes brands recognise their power as a platform for change. In light of the current political uncertainty surrounding Trump’s presidency, beauty company, … 231 more words

Retail Radar

First thing

This is a post about stigma, something which I have had to contend with.

One of the things that I notice, is stigma can affect every area of my life. 68 more words

Stigma, Discrimination and HIV

Throughout this blog series I will be examining how HIV and AIDS continue to be one of the most unrightfully stigmatized health concerns in medicine. Through the social science lenses of anthropology and public health, my blogs will create a discussion around the unwavering prejudice and discrimination that continues to leave HIV/AIDS infected individuals forgotten, pushed to the sidelines and without care.    287 more words