Moms can do whatever they want to do and Angela Seung Ju Lee proves this like none other.
Whenever you read about someone that has a boatload of tattoos, you’re pretty much expecting to see the worst. But that’s not how Johnny Edlind decided to do things.
Twin brothers Neil and Adam Pearson suffer from a rare disease — neurofibromatosis type 1. This rare disease, affecting 1/3000 people, is almost impossible to predict.
Rejoice, redheads around the world!
Since the age of 10 years old, Gwen Goldman always dreamed of being a bat girl for the New York Yankees. It was one of the things she wanted most in life as a little girl, and she did her best to make it come true.
Edith Lemay and Sebastien Pelletier, a couple from Quebec, have four kids, all of whom may share a similar fate. At least three of them have retinitis pigmentosa, a rare genetic disease that causes loss of vision over time. So, Edith and Sebastien have decided to show them the world!
Can you imagine what it would be like to do something that no other human has ever been able to do again?
Many women will dye their gray hair for years hoping to still appear youthful. But gray hair can be very beautiful, if it is not damaged and highly processed by trying to hide it.
t’s 2022, and by now, most of us have realized that gender is a spectrum. While being trans in high school is still a struggle for many, we’ve fortunately reached a place of acceptance for the most part. This supportive mom helps serve as an inspiration for all those people who haven’t quite managed to overcome their ignorance.
Although social media can sometimes be a toxic place that breeds negative thinking and low self-esteem, it can also be a pretty great place due to the people who want to fight those issues and defy unrealistic standards.