The first to examine parenting in radical and punk subcultures, The Future Generation went on to become the longest-running parenting zine in the United States.
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Bisexuals deserve a proper character plot that transcends beyond lacking a moral compass.
"The gender pay gap is discrimination, pure and simple, and it will persist until we do something about it."