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Listen: Why Did Two Trans Influencers Have Their TikTok Accounts Deleted, When TikTok Says They Support Trans Creators?

“I do suspect that mass reporting has something to do with it. We’ve heard this from Black creators as well, that their accounts and videos have been deleted or they feel they’ve been shadow-banned. It seems like marginalized people tend to report this on TikTok.”

Jonathan Van Ness Revealed He Is HIV-Positive

In an interview with the New York Times about his upcoming memoir, Over The Top, he said that he is healthy and a proud “member of the beautiful HIV-positive community.”

Here’s How One Small Town Beat The Opioid Epidemic

Little Falls, Minnesota, didn’t do anything revolutionary. They just made a real effort — and spent real money — treating addiction as a disease, not a crime.

We Asked People Whether "Fortnite" Is Addictive

The World Health Organization just added "gaming disorder" to the list of diagnosable mental health conditions. We asked a psychiatrist what that means for Fortnite fans.

For Black Families Like Mine, The Drug Epidemic Isn’t New

I’m happy to see our culture beginning to take a more sympathetic view of addiction. But for me, progress is bittersweet. And, for all four of my mother's brothers, it’s too little too late.

My First 30 Days Sober

”My boyfriend documented his first 30 days without drinking alcohol, and the changes were absolutely shocking."

Overweight Men Need Your Empathy, Not Your Jokes

Obesity is a medical condition, not an opportunity for comic relief. But when I express this emotion, the response is “chup be rondhu, yeh le samosa kha”.

Here’s A War On Drugs That We Might Actually Win

America is finally backing away from a failed policy of mass incarceration. A better approach treats substance abuse as a mental health problem, not a crime wave.

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