Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Church is Responsible for This

Originally posted on Candice Czubernat:
? by Candice Czubernat I hold the church personally responsible for any LGBTQ person who walks away from God and Christianity. Every week, I get emails from individuals all across the country who are full…

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Bipolar as Unexpected Gift

Originally posted on danseur ignoble:
I’ll begin, here, with a caveat: bipolar disorder is hard, makes life harder, and really sucks a lot of the time ? but sometimes that makes the ways in which it’s a gift all the…

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Canada’s National Disgrace

Originally posted on Matthew Barlow:
Two weeks ago, MacLeans, Canada’s only national news magazine, published an article that caused quite the uproar. Written by a former diplomat, Scott Gilmore, and entitled, “Canada’s Racism Problem? It’s Even Worse Than America’s,” it’s not…

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The Beauty of Teens

Originally posted on The Human Rights Warrior:
Photo taken by (and used with permission from) my son Sevrin at his high school sailing team practice. As I write this, there are seven teens asleep in my basement.  My son and…

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Cycles of Dieting

Originally posted on sometypeofartist:
I don’t like my body. I’ve always been overweight, and I don’t expect myself to ever reach the hot, buff levels society expects me to be at if I’m to be considered an “attractive” person, but…

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The Internet: IT’S MADE OF PEOPLE

Originally posted on King of States!:
People often toss around the idea that the internet is “not real life,” as though this thing — made by people to allow those people to share and interact with other people — is…

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Does organic food cause autism? Could Nicolas Cage movies make you more likely to drown? Six ways to misuse statistics

Originally posted on Puff the Mutant Dragon:
Back in the 1940s before the polio vaccine was invented, the disease caused a lot of anxiety among parents of small children. How could you reduce your child’s risk of contracting this nasty…

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