Our society is at a point where the oppressor has become the oppressed. Well, that’s what the oppressor thinks.
Despite years of advocating for the LGBTQ community, the existence of bisexuals is still called into question.
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Many people see their sexual orientation as a huge part of who they are. But for me, my identity isn’t really about who I’m attracted to.
After having my life completely structured for 18 years, it’s up to me now.
I spent the first eight or so years of my life oblivious of my autism label. My parents broke the news to me in fourth grade. And when they told me, I started crying.
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.
As part of our partnership with the New York Times Race/Related, Youth Radio correspondents from around the country described their lasting memories of a first encounter with racism.
In my family, we are all atheists. But that changed recently when my brother went to college and found religion.