35 0f the Best Kids’ Holiday Gifts on Etsy $25 and Under

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By: Shannon Ralph It’s that time of the year again. Halloween is officially over. Hence, the Christmas season is upon us. We all know—thanks to Target and Gap and any of the other numerous retailers that are already playing holiday commercials on my television—that the Christmas season officially kicks off at 12:01 A.M. on November […]

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5 Snack Ideas for Picky Eaters

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By Meika Rouda I am a total hypocrite. At least when it comes to feeding my son. My six year old son has always been a complicated eater. Well not always, as a toddler he devoured hummus and avocados and bison burgers. I remember feeling a cocky stripe of pride in his adventurous eating and […]

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Raising A Gay Kid In A Misogynistic Culture

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By Lisa Keating I’ve always been aware of misogynistic tendencies our culture has, especially growing up in the 1970’s and 1980’s. Larry, a character from the 80’s TV show Three’s Company, is a prime example of “that” guy; the one who is overly machismo and marks every corner he walks by. Misogyny becomes blatantly obvious […]

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Parenting Video Tips: Making Breakfast Fun

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By Brandy Black I remember some of my most cherished days as a child involved doing something that I had never done before, breaking the mold, changing things up.  One morning my father woke me up and said we were all going on a “around the world day”, the agenda was thai food for lunch […]

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Post LA Pride Thoughts

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By Bianca Ysabelle Dalangin “Selfie” Sundays. Sundae Sundays. Meet your mother-in-law for the first time Sunday. Call June 8th any kind of Sunday, but on a Sunday that promised the three things I loved the most: dancing people, blasting music, and endless rainbow-filled banners, Sunday, June 8th at 6:45 a.m was considered LA Pride Sunday. […]

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New Children’s Book Depicts Two Gay Princes Marrying

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A new children’s book featuring same-sex marriage has been written by business professor Jeffrey Miles at the University of the Pacific. The Princess and the Treasure is a story of two princes out to save a princess, but end up falling in love with each other. They get married and live happily ever after. “With the […]

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