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Gaby Hoffman as Ali Pfefferman and Jeffrey Tambor as Maura Pfefferman in season two of Transparent.

Transparent recap: season two, episode nine – Man on the Land

Sarah, Ali and Maura get real about ‘safe spaces’ at Idyllwild and discuss the male privilege that has been lavished upon Maura for almost her entire life

Oiy, if you’re late, you have to politely nudge your way into the line for namaaz (prayers). | Community Post: 16 Ways You Know It’s That Special Day Of The Year: Eid Ul-Fitr

Oiy, if you're late, you have to politely nudge your way into the line for namaaz (prayers).

The Brownlees: An Olympic Story BBC Documentary 2016

Alistair and Jonny Brownlee are the most loyal of friends and yet the toughest of rivals. They have the capability of bringing the best - and at times the wo.

I love this outfit. I'd wear one like it a couple times a week if I could.

Rashida Jones Cocktail Dress

Rashida Jones Cocktail Dress - Rashida Jones looked geek-chic in a pair of black framed glasses and a lacy dress for the Golden Globe Awards Nominations.

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Netflix's 'Abstract: The Art of Design' Will Spotlight the World's Most Creative Minds

Netflix's 'Abstract: The Art of Design' Will Spotlight the World's Most Creative Minds: Netflix has recently unveiled the official trailer for its upcoming original documentary series called Abstract: The Art of Design.

Taking the Exquisite Risk.  Tara Brach.  #befree

Taking "The Exquisite Risk”: An Undefended Heart with Tara Brach Poet Mark Nepo uses the phrase “exquisite risk” to describe our willingness to .

Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg in glasses

The Most Fashionable Frames of Award Season

When it comes to red carpet fashion, there's not much we haven't seen, from plunging necklines to Winter whites to ladies rocking pants instead of dresses. But this award season, we were surprised to see glasses popping up on the red carpet, even making

Self Sabotage. Even though we believe we’re interested in happiness, many of us go in for a particular kind of destructive behaviour: self-sabotage. Why, and what might we do to stop ourselves?

Sometimes we set ourselves up for failure, and while we probably don’t even realize we’re doing this, there’s a reason for it: it’s comfortable. This video from School of Life explains.

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