My mom always told me that kindness and acceptance go a long way. So it drives me crazy when we fight about religion, sexuality, or gender.
My mom came to the U.S. from Taiwan when she was seven. As an immigrant in the ’70s, she faced racism daily. So it’s puzzling to me when she makes highly questionable statements about other groups.
We checked in with a young Trump supporter to see how he thinks the President is doing a year into the job.
It’s frustrating that people are still using “gay” or “lesbian” to insult or describe clothing. Like…how can you dress like a sexuality?
After two Supreme Court decisions, states must re-sentence juvenile lifers, giving them the possibility of parole and freedom. We asked a lawyer to help us understand what it all means.
“A lot of our neighbors houses are gone. It’s just crazy. So many people just had to stay in shelters and lost everything.”
In life, there are a handful of milestones: first words, first steps, first day of school. But when you miss out on a coming-of-age moment, it can feel pretty sucky.
All my life, people have treated my twin sister and I as two halves of a whole. And as I get ready for college, I’m worried that I’ll never be seen as an individual.
Atheism is all we’d ever known. But the first friends Cole made on campus belonged to a Southern Baptist church group. Not long after, he converted.