The true harm of gossip and speculation about a public figure of this visibility is the way it seeps into the fabric of how we view the people around us with bipolar disorder and other mental illnesses.
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The Missouri Republican senator tipped conservatives' hand in an interview on Sunday.
"Birth control is preventive health care, and it should be treated as such."
We refuse to remain silent as the anti-abortion movement capitalizes off Kanye West’s decision to traffic in white supremacy and misogynoir.
It is critical to confront willful ignorance and ensure that the discussion on abortion rights is based on truth and science.