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In vitro fertilization or IVF is not a cheap procedure, and for some, it takes multiple IVF rounds to work. Enter: the new IVF calculator that may predict your chances of having a baby. Couples most often have to wait until after their first cycle of IVF to find out their chances of having a […]
You may recognize Nickolay Lamm’s name from when he successfully crowdfunded to create Lammily dolls, also known as “Normal Barbies.” Lammily dolls were made in terms of real proportions, of different races and ethnicities, and had realistic skin such as acne, stretch marks, and scars. Well, Lamm is on a mission to create a new […]
A lesbian couple in Mexico have shared a sad story of discrimination with Mexican news outlets recently — their children were denied access to three different schools on account of the mothers’ same-sex marriage. Martha and her partner decided to keep their names confidential to protect their family’s and children’s identities. The mothers filed a […]
Five-year-old Nyemah Greenhouse was given a school assignment to “dress like an Indian” and her mother Tremeka Greenhouse was not too happy about the offensive undertones and cultural appropriation that it requested of the students. Nyemah didn’t want to get in trouble with her teacher for not doing the assignment so her mother came up […]
Jame Shawlin and his four-year-old son were recently shopping at Floor & Decor. He had just returned a faulty stone that he was using to finish a fireplace and was checking boxes for cracks and breakages. A store manager saw what he was doing and approached him in a way that indicated he was not […]