Kirby posted this link about a month ago. The Q&A portion of the link is good but I'm referencing the excerpt that tells a brief part of a woman named Edna's story.
I've been making a rather big stink about SP's Last Days project. Particularly that they're seeking to make a "courageous, controversial and uplifting series" by talking to "positive, vulnerable children, men and women".
Maybe I'm getting their intentions wrong but I get the impression that they're looking for stories like Avery's ( http://averycan.blogspot.com/ ) not Edna's.
I don't personally see Edna's story, or other people's similar stories, as positive or uplifting... That doesn't mean they aren't worth hearing.
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