3 min / narrative / 2002 / USA
An angsty teen locks himself in his bathroom with a tube of lipstick as he avoids his overbearing mother.
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A mother’s mental strength is tested when she enrolls her son with autism in an ice skating program.
For a boy who feels puddles are as dangerous as whirlpools, how can being submerged in a pool be relaxing?
Harry has Autism and signs of muscular dystrophy. His lifestyle has not been forced on him – quite in contrast, he has even chosen it.
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