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Language matters. When we say “wheelchair user,” we are reclaiming our agency, and that’s a good thing.
The daily medication led to improvements in libido, sexual function and overall quality of life.
Breast cancer survivor Warrior Megsie muses about how cancer can change your hair—and how fat shaming can make you feel.
Though I continue to struggle with accepting this post-cancer body, I feel more confident to be unapologetically ME.
After losing one of his “buddies,” Stuey Ross and two of his buddies co-founded Hands in Your Pants.
A story about the need we all have to be addressed and acknowledged by our correct names. It’s a matter of showing respect.
I posted some of the ugly things I’ve been told over the years on Instagram to express how words can be so damaging to a person’s psyche.
Why did it take a pandemic to force me out of the coffin and restore life back into me?
After feeling great zest for all that I would accomplish now that I had to stay home, my excitement soon began to wane.
Many of my white friends complained about being too pale and needing to tan. I wanted to be like them and tan too, but I’m already brown.
I’ve been uncomfortable being vocal about the racism I see and have experienced. Yet, I must push through it and not remain silent.
Doctors specialize in the science of healing, but tattoo artist Eric Catalano specializes in the art of it.
Cancer and its treatment can lead to changes that affect sexual desire and function.
Matt Wakefield, two-time testicular cancer survivor, bares all about his journey — quite literally.
By the time I accumulated 6 dots, I realised they were a part of me. A part of my story and how I am here today.
After cancer, I find myself doing this less and being more “content” with my body, my face, my weird facial expressions and you know, ME.
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