Finding Therapy Isn’t Easy for Queer and Trans People of Color
Therapy is an overwhelmingly white profession, one that can be insensitive to the needs of those with intersectional identities. This is how QTPOC find therapy that helps, rather than hurts.
'Daniel's World' Examines Our Attitudes Toward Pedophilia
Veronika Lisková's new film explores the struggle for acceptance in a society that sees no difference between active offenders and those—like her subject—who are seeking help to never act on their desires.
What It's Like Recovering from a Suicide Attempt
More people below the age of 35 die from suicide in the UK than any other reason. This is what it's like to reach a point where death seems like the only rational option, but also how the experience can be a catalyst for recovery.