The need for mental health services for youth is paramount.
Take note of these celebrities who are creating a discourse around gender.
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"There's a lot of shame attached to mental illness. You feel like something it's wrong with you."
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The Lady Gaga we fell in love with 10 years ago is back and better than ever. The icon who carved out an indelible brand persona has finally returned to her fans, her roots, her senses, and to her betrothed little monsters. She has reclaimed her trademark pedigree that made her the irrepressible image we all fell in love with. And she did it without any outside help or needless controversy.
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Photo Cred: Karolina Grabowska The term "trolling" in today's generation refers to complete strangers writing offensive online posts with the purpose of getting a reaction. Public figures such as cel...
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“He was born his way too.”
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A Super Bowl Halftime Show to remember.
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Gaga was pure elegance at the 2016 Royal Variety Performance.
Two years ago the singer said she had been raped at 19, an experience that left her traumatized.
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The singer also told fans about some of her treatments.
"You are not alone, you are not alone."
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The musicians are launching a limited-edition collection for Macy's meant to "inspire compassion and combat prejudice"
Because who needs a dress anyway?