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  • When love gets difficult

      How can the NYT's Ethicist columnist tell a reader to not transition for the benefit of her family? She is part of her family; her misery also becomes part of the family. How can such misery be confined?
  • What Maurice Sendak taught us about facing our fears

      A gentle, sure-footed gesture in the face of terribleness may seem naïve these days, but there remains something essential about living courageously at the crossroads of sometimes awful contradiction.
  • Facebook and Amendment 1

    Written in cahoots with 700-plus friends
      Like twigs and sticks caught in a spring current, social media rafts us together into new solidarities—holy and unholy—in the rapidly emptying channels of its newsfeed.
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  • How beauty pageants view transwomen

      What does the social acceptance of passing transwomen mean for other transwomen who do not fulfill social expectations of prettiness? Or who do not wish to pass at all?

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