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I chose to give birth in Thailand because, given my circumstances, it was the safest option.
"Ultimately, it didn’t matter what we called my disease. What mattered was learning to live with it."
"When I read that Chrissy Teigen recently had her breast implants removed, I was inspired to google images of my own tits."
"One hundred days later, I’ve learned there is nothing 'mild' or predictable about this disease."
Slowly but surely, a change is happening. Now, we need to find a way to make sure we keep up the momentum, writes Ayokunle Oluwalana.
"If you’re thinking, 'I’m not racist, I’m not prejudiced, I’m not biased.' You are. On some spectrum. And here is how I know."
"I've repeatedly been mistaken for my date’s child and regularly asked if I'm old enough to sit in an airplane’s exit row."
"How can we properly mourn the loss of a black person who has lost their life while sitting next to someone who can never know that deep-seated grief?"