A&E's "Born This Way" reality TV series takes an unscripted look at the lives of seven adults living with Down syndrome and is quickly developing a cult following.
It’s time to check out the reality TV listings and plan your week. This week brings us the season premiere of Married At First Sight, the return of Born This Way, and the season finale of Below Deck Mediterranean. Check out the reality...Show More Summary
This might be her most powerful performance yet. Lady Gaga took a no-frills approach to her acceptance anthem “Born This Way” during a visit to a Mexican orphanage over the weekend. In the clip, Gaga ? who surprised the boys of Casa Hogar de Cabo San Lucas with gifts and school supplies ? also treated one child, Christian, to a song at his request. Show More Summary
While taking a vacation with friends in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Lady Gaga stopped by Casa Hogar, an NGO that provides safe housing for orphan boys. After being given a tour of the facilities, Gaga was asked for a song by one of the home’s young residents. The singer then sunk to her knees and... Read more »
This past weekend, Lady Gaga visited Casa Hogar, which is a foster care center located in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. “Thank to Lady Gaga, for the visit, for sharing real healthy dinner with our children and staff!!! She brought backpacks and scholastics for each one of the boys- she is an incredibly beautiful and humble [...]
"Already miss the boys at Casa Hogar"
Everyone has lifelong dreams that they’d like to see fulfilled, and the seven young adults born with Down syndrome and featured on Born This Way are no different. They definitely proved during the first season of this popular hit series that they are more than capable of chasing those dreams and working to make them... Show More Summary
Parents-to-be have certain assumptions and expectations about what life will look like when their little one is born and comes home. This is understandable. All of us hold a slew of ideas about any big change in our lives (about anything really). But often those […]
"I'm happy, I'm carefree, and I'm gay!/I was born this way!"
This baby won't let anything kale his vibe. When Gideon Kauffman was born, his parents decided to document his growth in a creative way. After trying a few different ideas, they landed on "Veggie Portraits" -- a series of photos that...Show More Summary
Born and raised in South Dakota, I am proud to come from a working class family. To this day, my parents both work in manual labor for hourly wages without the benefit of a union, retirement plans or much in the way of benefits. ButShow More Summary
Aubrey's dad loved his motorcycle, and in the months before her birth he did more than ever to make sure he was safe while riding since his little girl was on the way. Tragically, a month before Aubrey was born - and unrelated to his...Show More Summary
The "Born This Way" singer delivered a powerful speech at a Los Angeles rally for the victims of the Orlando shooting.
It’s a sad fact of life that we are not all born equal. People in some areas of the world experience staggering poverty, so it is dependent on the rest of us who can afford it to donate money to charity. This money will then hopefully make its way to those who need it most. Show More Summary
The relationship you have with your partner can change after you have a child. This post, originally featured by our friends at Fatherly, shares five simple ways fathers can show appreciation for the mother of their child. The following...Show More Summary
This week seems to have been born of the fine anime tradition of approaching ostensibly life-or-death situations in the most gloriously stupid way possible.
Summary: Why are we born with two ears and one mouth? Because we should listen twice as much as we talk. This centuries-old saying could have been written as a call-to-action for today’s crowded social media world. The explosion of social media over the past decade has been nothing short of breathtaking.
Years ago, a NYC cabbie gave me this sage piece of advice: “The only way to get crosstown during rush hour is to be born there.” Apparently this is truer than it seemed at the time. Economist Robert Frank has a piece in The Times detailing the strong link between luck and success: One’s date […]
Not all trans and gender-nonconforming people feel “trapped” in the bodies they were born into. So why is that still the dominant way to think about trans experience and identity? Maybe it doesn’t have to be. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary