The finale of Season 1 features Daniel Gallant, a former violent extremist turned anti-violence activist, counselor, and scholar.
How one man navigates his Muslim faith and sexual orientation.
It isn’t about doing what you love, it’s about what pain you are willing to endure.
There were huge ways that LGBT people made gains this year. Alex Temblador counts them out. — January 4, 2015 Austria allows same-sex couples to adopt. January 20, 2015 President Obama uses the word “transgender” in a State of the Union address, the first for any U.S. president. January 21, 2015 Israel now allows transgender […]
If today is your day. Or mine. What will you change? How will you treat those around you? What will you spend your moments on?
Jordan Gray says that self-reflection, gratitude immersion, and set-in-stone sex dates will help you and your love feel re-connected in no time.
Jessica Lahitou offers some suggestions on how to put a stop to the incessant gun violence in America.
Barry Adkins walked 1,400 miles to speak in different schools about his loss of a son due to binge drinking. But the walk itself showed him so much – forgiveness, grief, and moving forward.
Are you with me, brother?
Dr. Margaret Rutherford never thought she’d have to accept this part of herself. Here’s how she did.
Faced with ongoing struggle, Tom Williams reflects on the importance of maintaining normalcy for his children.
Change, even positive change, is hard for people to embrace. It’s a shift away from what they do and how they think; and, more importantly, it’s a shift away from who they are.