Are there topics that you wish were covered more frequently? I'd love to hear your thoughts / rants!
I'm not sure what you mean by covered, but I have a sort of different answer anyway. I wish that topics that are covered now were covered into more detail. I with that writers would take the time to do appropriate research and really get the depth of the issues, both in their articles and in their minds, especially for articles that deal with issues such as abortion.
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