This heartbreaking text exchange with an emotionally abusive partner will feel all too familiar to anyone in a relationship characterized by domination and control.
There’s something wrong with a society where a child’s life could be significantly improved by altering their appearance, but the right or wrongness isn’t really the question here. Instead, I’m wondering if this was a practical, workable and available solution to you when you were a child, would you have taken it?
Jamie Utt wonders how many people stay silent in the face of bullying, and helps us teach kids to be UPstanders, not bystanders.
A new project that is challenging bullying: The Gully Face campaign encourages individuals to use a facial expression, known as the Gully Face, as an act of strength against bullying.
The voice of many drowns out the suffering of a few on social media. But these platforms must do more to reduce cyberbullying.
Challenging the idea that a rise to power is connected to a show of power, Rena Delevie suggests that innovation, loyalty, and sales actually stem from collaboration and compassion.
Dillan DiGiovanni is inspired by Andrew Solomon’s vulnerability and courage as a gay father, and as a gay man.
Gretchen Edwards-Bodmer is raising a happy and joyful son without following rigid gender roles or rules. And she wants you to understand why.
Kevin Williamson of the National Review wrote an article calling Laverne Cox a man. Here’s why he’s so very wrong.
Luke Davis responds to those men claiming not all men are like the Californian Shooter Elliot Rodger.
When Jon Magidsohn’s son and one of his friends have a falling out, Dad wonders what part of the story he’s not hearing.