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By Krystol N Smith
The struggles we face in a society that rejects those who are diagnosed with mental illnesses.
By Sir Nolan
Mark stumbles on a couple in a heated argument and realises that some of their problems mirror his own. This story is a journey into the lives of people in a small town, exposing how everybody is linked to, affected by and under threat from the HIV/AIDS psndemic.
How do you feel about the Trading Room? This is one for convention goers ... Comics, Records, Star Trek, Dr Who
A short tale for convention goers. Don't always believe what the dust cover tells you. Some stigmas are a little unfair!
By Gyn Blaise
"Crazy", is the word people throw at Durante like stones. "Insane", cuts deeper than any blade. "Psychopath, mad, freak, demented, monster, demon, THING." Sometimes, he's not even given a name. Sometimes, he doesn't know which is worse.
When a horrible crime is committed in front of his very...
By Rev Ault
A poem showing how the individual are deemed helpless in a cruel society.
Poetry | Updated Apr 26, 2012 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Here's another experience of mine concerning prejudice. After remembering it, I now add it to the others--which, in turn, become part of the rationale relating to why prejudice matters to me and why I continue to post segments of my thesis which I wrote on prejudice.