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Beyond Gender

In the villages where some girls grow into men, gender identity isn’t always clear. In Las Salinas de Barahona and Los Saladillos, Dominican Republic, a high concentration of genetically male children are born with ambiguous genitalia, converting these small pueblos into a hub for gender fluidity.

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Leaders Of Campus Organizations Speak Up About Student Mental Health Issues

According to a 2016 survey conducted by the American College Health Association, 52.7% of students surveyed reported feelings of hopelessness and 39.1% reported feeling so depressed that it was difficult to function during the past 12 months. We spoke to six campus mental health activists about student mental health issues and the resources available for students in distress.

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