Split is the latest film from director M. Night Shyamalan (director of blockbusters like The Sixth Sense and extraordinarily awful flops like The Last Airbender). It’s a thriller about a man with dissociative identity disorder who kidnaps three teenage girls. When the trailer came out, it was criticized for perpetuating a dangerous stigma around with people with D.I.D. The trailer portrayed Kevin, the lead character with D.I.D as an antagonist, and almost made it look as though his disorder gave him superpowers.
Dear ‘friend,’ I have always supported you. I was always there for you. I don’t think it’s crazy to expect that back. Yes, I do respect different opinions. No, I don’t care if you have more Republican values. Yes, I understand that you don’t trust Hillary. I still don’t think I’m being unreasonable. I am a minority. You know that. You know Trump doesn’t like people like me. By supporting him, you remove your support
Through this election, Trump has been called out for being sexist, racist, xenophobic, and Islamophobic. This was especially evident in Sunday’s debate, where Clinton called him out multiple times on his disrespectful comments to women, his racist remarks about African Americans and Latinos, and his unconstitutional plan of banning Muslims from entering the United States. However, since Trump is so blatantly racist and sexist, people tend to forget he’s homophobic too. Trump claims he’s an
Just like relationships, friendships can be incredibly toxic. “Friends” can be emotionally abusive and damaging the victim’s mental health. When people are friends with someone who is using or emotionally abusing them, the best thing they can do is remove themselves from that person. However, I’ve noticed a lot of people refer to “flakey” friends as toxic and that’s not always true. “Flakey friends” is a common term people use for friends that consistently cancel plans, say no to
via craftcore.ca Like many teens, I struggle with my mental health and anxiety. When I’m especially anxious, I have one thing that can really help me calm down and relax – my care box. My care box is a medium-sized black box. It’s nothing much to look at. I keep it in my closet, next to my dresser. Anyone looking at it would think it was just a box I used for storage, but
via NewsBusters In schools all around the United States, dress codes are enforced to “keep a sense of professionalism.” They usually aren’t prevalent until middle school or later, but in some school districts, they can make an appearance in schools as early as kindergarten, as evidenced in this report of a five-year-old girl who had to change because her dress had spaghetti straps. Although these rules were originally set up in schools to make a safe