I want to shred to pieces any existing notions you have about marriage, dissolve them into tiny particles, and destroy all inklings of convention that keep you thinking about the same old thing in the same old way.
The insistence on the flawlessness of a bride’s appearance irks me. Like my stubborn white hairs, I, too, want people to see me undisguised.
Who thinks ‘beautiful’ when they hear the word ‘wheat’? Combine a fairness fetish with body image ideals and you’ve got a generation of women up against their own genetics.
Nearly 40% of children under the age of 2 have used iPads, Kindles, or smartphones. How should parents navigate this emerging, but permanent fixture in the generations ahead?
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