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Episode 22: Life's A Drag

In every relationship, we are faced with compromises.  But when those compromises require us to reevaluate our morals, it’s a monumental restructuring of who we are. 219 more words

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Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are?

So, I missed coming out day. I know, I am a terrible lesbian. But I had an experience recently that reminded me of what coming out really is and what it is not. 719 more words

The Monster in the Closet: Issues of Childhood Trauma, Codependency and Addiction

*** Originally Published on Engaged Sociology by IUP Department of Sociology***

Author Note: ***Before I begin the paper I want to introduce a case study about a fictional boy named Max. 5,080 more words

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Behind the Mask: Silent Suffers and Issues of Suicide

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Stephen Chbosky writes “That’s why on the back of a brown paper bag he tried another poem. And he called it “Absolutely Nothing” because that’s what it was really all about. 2,785 more words

Stigma

Help Fight Trump and Get a Wooly Reading

I felt a call to refresh this offer again today.  So, if you can make a donation to an organization helping to support marginalized communities under the current state of politics.   164 more words

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Facebook and The Trevor Project hope to help prevent LGBTQ youth suicides

Facebook has been working to make users feel safer on the platform for years, and in its latest effort to enhance the online community, the social media platform partnered with… 402 more words

Coming Out

Coming out is such a milestone for members of the LGBTQ+ community. It is a passing from being “in the closet” which means that we were previously not open to others about our sexual orientation or gender identity, to being open with all people, or “out” as I like to call it. 304 more words

April 2017