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Sunglasses are a tease

For a female sunglass snob, as the sunglasses slip past the bridge of her nose, people disappear; she’s now a walking mystery. The mysteriousness is amplified if she’s wearing all black. People don’t recognize her when she wears them.  She’s free to roam about on her own, protected, hater-free realm in peace and quiet. With sunglasses on, no one can see her eyes—duh, that’s a given.  Think of sunglasses as her real-life black identity protector.  When she’s driving, people won’t actually be...

'I didn't want them to feel left out': Single mother-of-four, 28, dresses up as a MAN to attend the Father's Day event at her children's school

Shan Collins dressed as a man for a Father's Day even at her children's schoolThe Queensland  single mother-of-four wore an oversized top and baseball capTo finish off her 'dad look', she drew a beard on her face ahead of the eventThe school was hosting a Father's Day morning tea and concert last weekBy Cindy Tran for Daily Mail AustraliaPublished: 22:12 EDT, 3 September 2017 | Updated: 05:35 EDT, 4 September 2017 Mothers will go to great lengths to see their children smile.And that's...

Mom’s Moving Post Celebrates the “Small Victories” of Kids with Sensory Issues Everywhere

My son has had sensitivity issues pretty much since toddlerhood. Light bothered him so much as a barely speaking 2-year-old that we took him to the eye doctor, convinced that something was seriously wrong. His eyes were perfect, but his screams in the car over the sun hitting his face while we were driving around running errands, was not.Fast-forward a few years, and my son has shown other sensitivities to sounds, and stressors in his life. He’s never been officially diagnosed with sensory...