So there I was at the Ryman unbuttoning my shirt for a stranger who knew me only as “Chainsaw.”
Thomas Fiffer redefines strength by finding the weakness in “tough guy” masculinity.
Read this before getting your first tattoo.
We heal our wounds so we don’t pass them on to the next generation. By openly shining light into a dark place, we can also lead the way for others, and help them not feel so alone.
A new clinical report from the American Academy of Pediatrics offers the most detailed look to date of young adults and their interest in tattoos.
Seven tiny tattoos remind me to treasure the gift of life and use it well.
Today is world semicolon day.
While Amy’s earthly story may have ended much too soon, her legacy will live on forever in all those she touched with the semicolon movement.
A father’s Facebook photo moves Mike Berry to tears.
Josh Misner remembers how his hero Gene Wilder transported him to a land of Pure Imagination.
And it looks like a really fancy torture device.
It’s time to call bull on the cultural programming that keeps us enslaved to external influences. It’s time to question taboo subjects for ourselves.
Liz Lazzara recalls a time when she was a blank slate—and all she felt was blank.
For the very first time, Shiney Sparks reveals the hidden stories behind all of her tattoos.
They knew how unintentionally mean people can be — so they made sure their little girl never felt alone.
I’ve loved Wonder Woman since I first saw Lynda Carter in her satin tights on TV. That’s more than three decades of commitment–surely I could handle three to five more?