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Bustle 1h
That night, at only 12-years-old, I learned there were people like my uncle out there who only saw big bodies as inherently bad, unsightly, and meant to be hidden.
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Bustle 3h
It's worth examining why the "cute" white guy is being encouraged to fail up.
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Bustle 19h
Your family story, your career of service, your struggles, triumphs, and vision for the future gave us hope that the Georgia we knew to be possible could be just around the corner.
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Bustle 21h
"What larger society values, the family sometimes enforces in a more direct way."
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Bustle 23h
Didi Pickles was *way* ahead of her time.
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Bustle Nov 20
It's a sobering reminder that violence against transgender people in America is a reality that too often goes unrecognized.
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Bustle Nov 20
On her new album, sings about celeb culture, gender identity, running the world, and saving it.
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Bustle Nov 20
This time of the year can be especially challenging and triggering
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Bustle Nov 19
When you know your family is going to nitpick your appearance as soon as you walk through the door, you may just want to save yourself the grief and not show up at all.
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Bustle Nov 19
Structural barriers have made it difficult for black and brown communities to participate in this booming field.
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Bustle Nov 19
Christine Nobiss' work with is focused on dismantling colonial-imperialist institutions, and replacing them with Indigenous practices created in synchronicity with this land.
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Bustle Nov 19
Here's what to do about it:
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Bustle Nov 19
The idea of intentionally taking up space can sometimes feel revolutionary on its own ✊
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Bustle Nov 18
Every friendship, every individual, and every abortion is unique
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Bustle Nov 18
"...but I had one of the most emotional experiences of my life."
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Bustle Nov 18
"I've had to constantly use my savings to help my family."
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Bustle Nov 18
"My celiac diagnosis has helped me to understand that my body is strong."
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Bustle Nov 18
"The overarching message of the midterm outcome is that women are going to lead us into the future, and we aren’t going to wait for permission."
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Bustle Nov 17
“It’s about what you are doing with the power of being noticed.”
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Bustle Nov 17
"It wasn’t until my 20s, when my relationship with my mother began to fray, that I started to wonder what Cher actually meant to the both of us."
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