Dr. Segal and Lisa interview twins Linda and Doreen, who spent 35 years apart.
Dr. Charles Strozier has been studying new religious movements for over two decades.
Despite risking the loss of her family in the process, Michelle made the choice to fully transition into the woman she always identified with. Now, her wife and two sons discuss what it was like adjusting to Mitchell's transition into Michelle.
During her initial evaluation with Dr. Craig Liden, Lisa describes the difficulties she had focusing in class growing up. Could ADHD be the cause of her struggles?
Working with the D.A., Travis' lawyer files a writ of habeas corpus to retract Travis' original guilty plea, so he can be charged with a less severe indictment. This would carry a lesser sentence and removal from the Sex Offender Registry if a judge agrees to the terms. Unfortunately, Travis and his mother are let down by the court's decision and struggle to find hope that justice will ever be served.
After 30 years, Jeff and Roxy introduced swinging into their marriage.
Alan Chambers recently changed his position on anti-gay, reparative therapy.
Philadelphia couple Gina and Wes discuss how they transitioned from a monogamous duo into a polyamorous "W."
In a community of single parent families, Terry Carney is more than just a dad.
Los Angeles County's foster care system is the largest in the country. Lisa investigates what happens to a child after they've been removed from their family, the actions parents take hoping to reunify, and how the system is holding up under the strain.
GLAAD's Rashad Robinson discusses "Pray the Gay Away?"
How you can take action in the fight against underage sex trafficking.
Christine left a life of homosexuality as it was incompatible with her faith.
On the season finale, Lisa meets the Unabomber's brother, a serial killer's daughter, and a school shooter's father.
Back-to-back episodes on the Our America season finale.
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