Originally their goal was to raise $5,000, now they are close to $35,000 for Oren and his family.
Hope is the strangest thing. And at the same time, it is so familiar to us all. How can something be so strange and so familiar?
It’s much easier to just shun a beautiful notion such as love, than to accept our own faults and build the courage to give it another go.
Dillan DiGiovanni thinks the “Feminist Father” wearing this shirt is evidence of progress and worthy of the attention he’s getting.
The Lambda Literary Foundation’s LGBT Writers in Schools Program connects authors with classrooms, and in turn, provides hope.
In this #DadsRead tribute, Steve Edwards tells the story of how Maurice Sendak’s “In the Night Kitchen” opened his eyes to how the simple act of reading can be educational for both parents AND children.
A chance meeting at the Texas Bar & Grill brings with it a promise of hope to a once-suffering heart.
“My brother visits from Korea with his girlfriend, S. If they marry, I will not be the only adoptee in the family to return to Korea and marry a Korean woman.” By Matthew Salesses
Erin Kelly, a writer with cerebral palsy, explores the fundamental lessons that can be learned from Cody Mulligan, the first blind amateur wrestler.
Brenda Schmitz wrote a letter with three wishes right before she died, but asked a friend not to mail it until her husband had fallen in love again.
In 2014 the Global Volunteer Network’s international Eat So They Can fundraiser is gearing up for its biggest party yet.
Love is already a strange thing, but have you ever thought about the words people use towards their significant others? Cashie Rohaly draws attention to 6 weird phrases used by lovers.
Erin Chack of Buzzfeed shares the photos of possibly the most interesting significant others of all time.
A culture of aggression exists and men can stand up and say “That’s NOT cool!”
Equity and inclusion in higher education requires more than hashtags and presidential initiatives. It’s going to take commitment on the part of the educators.
Subverting heterosexual narratives, challenging the black and white of good and evil, and turning worn out hero myths on their heads; all in a day’s escape for this novelist.
It appears that our greatest flaw is that we forge an identity with our possessions and relationships.
Communities are making noise about climate change. Hopefully leaders are listening.
Ken Goldstein shares with us a video and story emphasizing the good that comes from foster care and adoption. He encourages us to share this movement.
Spoon Jackson gives the insider opinion on the main areas for reform in the US prison system.
Simple solutions often prove the most effective, least expensive, and by far the quickest with limited aggravation.
Meir Kalmansan is conducting a social experiment that seeks to break through the big city blues and connect with isolated New Yorkers. How? By giving unsuspecting strangers high-fives.
Often I’ll find myself listening to songs specifically because I think they are the perfect accompaniment to the film scene version of what I’m doing at that moment.
Cameron Conaway isn’t a car guy, but when he attended Cadillac’s media drive for the 2015 ATS Coupe he felt the pull to become one.
Anne Theriault promises her young son that no matter how he expresses his gender or sexuality, she’ll stand by him.
Connected sex is what I’m after and what drives my fulfilling feelings. I get closeness from sex. I get relaxation and bonding from sex.
If Walt Whitman had lived in a different time, he might’ve written Perry Brass’s celebration of the boy in all of us.