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Children of Gay Parents Tell Us Some of Their Secrets—and They’re Adorable

The fact that they have British accents kind of just ratchets up the charm for me.

These kids have aspirations like any kids … like “changing gravity,” for example.

But when it comes to the crucial question “Do you think your family’s unusual?,” the answers come quite easily.

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Whether it’s a traffic stop that turns into “We smell something in your car” or a “driving while black” situation, you have rights when you’re pulled over, and it’s for the best if you actually use them. So how does this work, anyway? Well, you have rights when you’re pulled over. These have been established via case law, and ultimately, some stem from the Constitution itself. In order, here are the magic phrases, along with some graphics to help you remember.

1. “Am I free to go?”

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As this brilliant cartoon so clearly illustrates, the best thing you can do for someone who has a mental disorder or other challenge is to ask them how they want to be referred to.

As the person in panel #9 states,

When you correct a person with a mental disorder, you take away their identity and silence them.”

Word.

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Driving in an automobile can make you less aware of those who aren’t—such as bicyclists. They share the road, too, and we have to be extra careful to watch out for them.

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Before he converted to Islam and changed his name to Muhammad Ali, the young man known as Cassius Marcellus Clay already referred to himself as “The Greatest.”

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When you think of a homeless person holding a piece of cardboard, what do you imagine that sign says?

If you got to know the person behind the sign, you might just be surprised at what you see.

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