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Medium – Read, write and share stories that matter Homepage About membership Sign inGet started Homepage Get startedGet startedHome Unruly Bodies Technology Culture Entrepreneurship Creativity Self Politics Media Productivity Design Popular More FeaturedMeat, Evolution And Us: Confessions of a Hungry ApeThere are plenty of moral and environmental arguments for vegetarianism. On the moral side, we know that animals want to live, (as do…Adrian V. Cole Hey Assholes, I’m Pretty…and I have PROOF. (Briefly, barely NSFW)Rita Sapunor The Body That Understands What Fullness IsRoxane Gay on getting weight reduction surgeryRoxane Gay Human Motivation in the Fourth Industrial RevolutionWill work for ______.Dr. Lindsay PortnoyThere’s No Place Like 7-ElevenKristen Arnett Hello, This Is An Essay About RaceJohn DeVore When the Fear Is Realapril lavalle See all featured You don’t understand your software engineersAmando Abreu Popular on Medium more Member preview The Body That Understands What Fullness IsRoxane Gay on getting weight reduction surgeryRoxane GayApr 24 A Tale of Two Cities: Making Black Lives Matter in the ‘Liberal Bubble’Racial oppression isn’t a red or blue problem, it’s an American problemMatt McGorry in Member Feature StoriesApr 23 Member preview Hello, This Is An Essay About RaceI am a racist and, maybe, so are youJohn DeVoreApr 22 Audio availableThanks for finding my sonAn open letter to Chris from IkeaMichael McWattersJan 10 Featured for members more Member preview The Tech Industry’s Psychological War on KidsHow psychology — a discipline that we associate with healing — is being used as a weapon against childrenRichard FreedMar 11 Member preview The Body That Understands What Fullness IsRoxane Gay on getting weight reduction surgeryRoxane GayApr 24 Audio availableThe Body Plagued by Little BloodsuckersWriter and editor Megan Carpentier on fibroids, hysterectomies, and the pressure to have childrenMegan CarpentierApr 24 Audio availableThe Body of My FatherPoet Kima Jones celebrates the familial bonds of love, grief, and legacyKima JonesApr 24 Technology more Member preview Bots Are Not The Main Reason For Fake News. Humans Are.Even as bots start to take over the internet, humans remain the likeliest culprits to spread fake newsVeronika BondarenkoApr 23 Audio availableFacebook is not a monopolyThe social network is huge, globe-spanning even, but it hasn’t cornered the market on social mediaLance UlanoffApr 10 Member preview Yes, You Should Delete FacebookHow we respond to Facebook today will inform the startups of tomorrowNat EliasonApr 9 Audio availableHey Siri, Should I Give My Children Their Own Smart Speaker?Voice-recognition technology isn’t going anywhere — might as well teach kids to use it responsiblyStuart Dredge in Little Minds and Big ScreensApr 12 Audio availableWill Tech Companies Ever Take Ethics Seriously?As Facebook and its cohort promise to become more ethical, we need a deeper conversation on why they keep abusing our trustEvan SelingerApr 9 Creativity more Audio availableArt as a Second LanguageDrawing is a translation of all my voices and words — an attempt to draw nothingRoman MuradovMar 27 Osmo’s Dream JourneyIn Which a Creative Dog Explores Spielberg’s FilmographyRyan LuikensMar 26 Audio availableProcessing My Korean-American Identity as an ArtistWhile it constantly evolves, my identity remains a source of inspirationHannah K. LeeMar 26 Audio availableThe Daily Rituals of a New Yorker Cartoonist (Freelance Edition)How I approach work when my ideas constantly changeLiana FinckMar 22 Member preview Don’t Be Afraid to Be SimpleAdvice on life, art, and creativityPaul CantorMar 9 Entrepreneurship more Member preview Why I Haven’t Given Up on the ”No-Tipping” Restaurant ModelAn L.A. restaurateur pleads her caseAndrea BorgenApr 10 Audio availableStart Your Own Damn Comedy ShowIf you can’t get enough stage time, book yourselfTommy LucenteMar 19 Audio availableHow to Fail When You’re Used to WinningA guide for managing morale while pushing for innovationSarah MilsteinMar 14 Audio availableBittenSo you want to self-publish? Take these first steps into the universe of writing as a business.Carole P. Roman in The Writing BugNov 30, 2017 Culture more Audio availableThe Body of My FatherPoet Kima Jones celebrates the familial bonds of love, grief, and legacyKima JonesApr 24 Member preview The Body That Understands What Fullness IsRoxane Gay on getting weight reduction surgeryRoxane GayApr 24 Audio availableThe Body on the Edge of Womanhood and QueernessOn learning to accept love after losing itYour Fat FriendApr 24 Audio availableThe Body Cannot Be One Simple ThingWriter Gabrielle Bellot on being trans and reclaiming her womanhoodGabrielle BellotApr 24 Audio availableThe Body Rebuilt from The Ground UpEditor and essayist Mensah Demray on chakras, heart attacks, and sharpening his wild mindMensah DemaryApr 24 HelpStatusBlogCareersPrivacyTermsAbout

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