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Woman’s Heartwarming Letter About Son With Down Syndrome: “He Taught Me to Live in the Joy of the Moment”

British mom Molly Macleod said raising a son with Down syndrome is not what she expected.  But sometime life’s surprises bring unexpected joy. Macleod’s 3-year-old son, Maxwell, has done just that. Born on World Down Syndrome Day in 2014, Maxwell recently turned 3 years old. The British mom said her toddler has helped her whole […]

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Duchess Kate opens up about the ‘overwhelming experience’ of motherhood

Duchess Kate gave a powerful speech this week about motherhood while promoting her upcoming series of educational films, according to The Huffington Post. The series, which comes from the charity Best Beginnings, covers topics like mental health, pregnancy and postpartum depression, HuffPost reported.  The former Kate Middleton launched the series with a talk about what […]

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Is Reading Erotica As Harmful As Watching Porn?

Thanks to the flood of science and research that have come out on the topic of porn in our digital age, we are now seeing that there are legitimate harmful effects of watching porn. However, while it’s plain to see how watching videos of extreme hardcore sex would be harmful to the individual and their […]

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How Multiple Partner Fertility Influences Child Well-Being

If I had to describe my family life when I was a child, it would be complicated. I am the only child of my parents, who divorced when I was two. By the time I turned five, both my parents had remarried. From their new unions, I gained five half-siblings—three from my father’s marriage and two […]

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How Porn Use Becomes an Addiction (Simplified!)

Internet porn—used regularly and often—chemically and structurally changes the brain. These brain changes are consistent with the brain changes that occur in other types of addiction, like addiction to drugs or alcohol. To understand how pornography can be addictive, it is important to understand something about the reward circuit of the brain. All addictions –both chemical and behavioral– […]

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Student sues after school forced him to share locker room with girl

A high school student and his parents sued their school district in federal court Tuesday after he was exposed unwillingly to an undressed female classmate while changing in a locker room. An official from the Boyertown Area School District told the male student to “tolerate” having a girl in the boys’ locker room in response to […]

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Best friends become first to co-parent in Canada

It’s the first time in Canadian history that two people who have never been in a romantic relationship have been legally recognised as parents. Natasha Bakht and Lynda Collins are best friends who fought a two-year-long legal battle to be officially recognised as co-parents to Natasha’s disabled son, Elaan.

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Why transgender Africans turned against a famous feminist

“I think if you’ve lived in the world as a man with the privileges the world accords to men, and then switched gender, it’s difficult for me to accept that then we can equate your experience with the experience of a woman who has lived from the beginning in the world as a woman, and […]

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