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“It happened to me, but I am not alone.” These survivors have different experiences with sexual assault – and they’ve all had people say horrible things to them afterwards. This is a powerful example of survivors standing together in their truth.
With Coachella just passed and more festivals on the way, it’s time to talk about “Native-inspired” music festival fashion. These perspectives will make you think twice before reaching for the fake headdress.
Society sets up a toxic norm that says you’re not “manly” if you express your emotions. We hope these men’s perspectives on what makes them cry helps other men remember that it’s more than okay to cry.
Eating disorders affect about 24 million people in the US – but many can relate to this story of suffering without a name for what was wrong. If you’re one of those people, we hope this touching video can help.