July 1, 2014
When I signed on to OkCupid two years ago, the first man to contact me was a lawyer. His profile revealed a tan, broad-smiled and startlingly unblemished man. He described himself as open-minded and optimistic. His photos practically glowed.
Not too shabby, I thought.
June 3, 2014
Recently, a photo series captured my attention. You may have seen the photos too: they are of young Scottish soldiers before, during, and after tours in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The images are stunning. They speak to the fear and pain these men have experienced, and the w...
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