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Medium – a place to read and write big ideas and important stories Homepage About membership Sign inGet started Homepage Get startedGet startedHome Future Human Culture Tech Entrepreneurship Self Politics Design Science Popular More Welcome to Medium, where words matter.We’ll deliver the best stories and ideas on the topics you care about most straight to your homepage, app, or inbox.Get startedLearn moreThe Softer Side of TechnofuturismFive futurists on how immersive technologies will blur the boundaries between usKaren Emslie in Future HumanJul 9 How Do I Know If I’m Trans?Thoughts on gender identity and transition informed by my own experienceMattie LentsMar 11, 2017 How to Recognize and Stop Mom Burnout in Its TracksIgnoring the warning signs was my biggest failErin DevineApr 30 When It Comes to Race, Don’t Mind Your Own BusinessSilence only allows the system to self-perpetuateK. 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