Anna Sale

Anna Sale appears in the following:

Anna Sale: What Does Alcohol Mean to You?

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

How much and when do we drink?

Bottled Up: Your Stories About Drinking

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

We asked you about your relationships with alcohol—why you drink or don't, the strategies you use to manage your consumption, and what alcohol brings you besides a buzz. 

Rashema Melson's Weakest Yet Bravest Moments

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Leading up to her college graduation, Rashema Melson cracked open the "time capsules" we recorded with her, right before she dropped out of school—and right before she came back. 

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A Brother, A Sister, And Their Eating Disorders

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Two siblings open up to each other about eating and mental health, and why it took them so long to be honest about it with each other. 

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When Work Changes, So Do We

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

As I return from maternity leave, I'm thinking a lot about work and identity. So is Uma Kondabolu, who recently retired from the place where she worked for almost 30 years. 

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Daniel K. Isaac Is Opting For The Gray Area

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

As a teen, Daniel K. Isaac fought his sexuality. But accepting that part of himself as an adult has meant finding new, complicated ways of relating to his mother.

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José Andrés Googled ‘How To Be A Father’

Wednesday, March 06, 2019

José Andrés helms more than a dozen restaurants and is famous for his humanitarian work. But when it comes to parenting, he says he's often felt less than confident. 

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When We Sent Our Son Away

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Diane Gill Morris moved her family, including her two young adult sons who have autism, into a house she thought they'd live in forever. Then an outburst threw everything into question.

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Autism Isn't What I Signed Up For

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

When we posted an article on Facebook about deciding to have children, Diane Gill Morris told us, "If someone had told me this is what it’d be like, I never would have had kids."

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How Nikki Giovanni Finally Learned To Cry

Wednesday, February 06, 2019

The legendary poet talks about standing up to her father, surviving breast and lung cancer, and why she now cries "over any damn thing." 

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Let's Talk About Porn Again

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

We revisit your stories about secret hard drives, fantasy plot lines, illegal downloads, titillating Tumblr feeds, and giving porn up completely.

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Sexually Transmitted Secrets

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

STI rates are on the rise. But when we asked our listeners to tell us their stories about having an STI, what we heard about was how alone it makes you feel. 

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So Many Sex Ed Fails

Monday, January 14, 2019

We asked for your stories about sex ed fails...and you had a lot to say. 

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I Wanted To Be A "Good Girl"

Wednesday, January 09, 2019

It can be hard to unlearn the things you were taught growing up—especially the things you learned about sex. 

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Our Sex (Mis)Educations

Tuesday, January 08, 2019

"No actual information, just a lot of shaming and scare tactics."

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When A Banker Was Called To The Convent

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Sister Josephine Garrett grew up Baptist and worked her way up the corporate ladder—only to realize in her late 20s that she wanted to convert to Catholicism and become a nun. 

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I Married A Dreamer During The Trump Presidency

Wednesday, December 05, 2018

Vanessa never thought much about the immigration process until she fell in love with Freddy, whose legal status in the U.S. is now in jeopardy.

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World AIDS Day & Dance, Anna Sale's New Episode, The Janelle James Comedy Festival

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Debbie Allen on “Keeping the Promise–1,000,000 in Care–Celebrating ICONS of Dance.” Anna Sale on “Married, Paralyzed and Moving On.” Janelle James on the Janelle James Comedy Festival.

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Married, Paralyzed and Moving On

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

A couple reflects on the big strides they've made together since a cycling accident left one of them paralyzed two years ago—and on the things they still need to face. 

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