Stories shared on the TED stage are seen and heard by millions around the world. But some ideas can’t be shared in the open — there are stories that are too risky, painful, or controversial. Sincerely, X provides a space to share powerful ideas anonymously. Stories that deserve to be heard, from people who remain hidden.
None of Your Business
A trans man in the South argues for his right to keep his history private and pushes against the idea that he must be "out" to be authentic and proud.
Lessons From a Sociopath
A woman with sociopathy argues that her condition is unfairly demonized in society and pulls back the curtain on this misunderstood disorder.
A judge who works in the juvenile justice system blows the whistle and reveals her plan to take power away from judges.
Things are not always what they appear. A ghostwriter who pens eulogies, wedding vows, and work emails for his clients makes a case for the hidden help he provides.
Born Too Soon
After years spent caring for extremely preterm babies, a nurse has an urgent message to share: Technology is saving babies earlier than ever, but the long term consequences aren't being made clear to parents. How do we bridge the gap between what modern medicine can do and the information patients are given?
A Muslim woman escapes being killed by her own family. The police don't protect her—so she joins their ranks. Will she now be believed?
Interesting and captivating Stories!
I really like this idea of people sharing their stories anonymously. Even if it is something they are not proud of or for some other reason can not say out in the open, they still want to share their experience and pass on their knowledge. I think that is very inspiring and human! Love the quality and diversity of the content! I hope there will be more episodes!