A lesson in accommodations

Bear in Mind

Access to accommodations is the sole reason I am able to remain in school while severely depressed. My accommodations don’t give me a leg up over my peers; they put us on an even playing ground. 
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Eco-nomic turmOIL

What on Earth

American politicians have one view of economic success: the free market and environmental deregulation. This is the system, they say, take it or leave it.
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Nuts and bolts

Sex on Tuesday

Above all, whether you already broadcast your sex life or keep it tightly under wraps, know that openness and vulnerability can be extraordinary resources.
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A word on words

Along for the Ride

Words, as innocuous as they may seem on the surface, are reflective of the attitude and culture of our society and they can say a lot about how we view ourselves and others.
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It doesn’t get better (and then, it does)

Bear in Mind

I have received a plentitude of terrible advice in my time as a Chronically Mentally Ill Person. One of my favorite (not at all appreciated) pieces of advice (that is not at all advice) is “It gets better!”
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Environmental UNity

What on Earth

Our society is hurtling toward globalization. And as we edge nearer to an international community, issues such as the environment will cross borders.
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The making of love

Sex on Tuesday

I wear the loves I’ve accrued in every facet of my personality, letting the romances of my life sculpt who I am and what I want. And I’d argue that love creates all the ingredients required for exemplary sex.
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A wild cure chase

Along for the Ride

Our society is so obsessed with finding a cure, but its attempts to do so are drastically misguided and, in my opinion, misunderstand the source of the problem.
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Seeing is not believing

git reset

Policies on political ads shouldn’t be a Twitter vs. Facebook, “ban all ads” vs. “protect all free speech,” black or white dichotomy.
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