How students of color confront impostor syndrome | Dena Simmons

How students of color confront impostor syndrome | Dena Simmons

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Camille Martínez So, my journey began in the Bronx, New York, in a one-bedroom apartment, with my two sisters and immigrant mother. I loved our neighborhood. It was lively. There was all this merengue blasting, neighbors socializing on building stoops and animated conversations over domino playing. It was home, and it…

How does an illness become an identity?

How does an illness become an identity?

“Even in purely nonreligious terms, homosexuality represents a misuse of the sexual faculty. It is a pathetic little secondary substitute for reality, a pitiable flight from life. As such, it deserves no compassion, it deserves no treatment, as minority martyrdom, and it deserves not to be deemed anything but a pernicious sickness.” That’s from Time…