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nearnarnia
4/6/17
10:35 AM
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I’m not sure how helpful this would be to you (assuming you don’t already know about it, anyway), but I thought I’d pass this on to you: Read more

11/10/15
11:01 AM
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Yes, this is exactly what I thought. Issues cishet people have with trans people are often rooted in homophobia (eg. a cis man with a trans woman is actually gay), and mainstream prejudices about gender expression are often a very blurred mix of transphobia, homophobia and sexism..

9/15/15
5:49 PM
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For 1., my read is that she’s not saying Halle is dark - quite the opposite, she’s comparing herself to Halle. She’s claiming she (and Halle) are too light-skinned to be Nina but “it’s more complex” so it’s okay. Read more

7/21/15
10:06 AM
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John Lennon. Beloved, has the most incredibly public image even beyond his singing, is pretty much the poster boy for world peace... abused women. Repeatedly. By his own admission.

4/22/15
12:25 PM
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Very true. According to the article I quoted, only about 20% of girls in Jharkhand are enrolled in high school.

4/22/15
11:45 AM
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The Independant article says 40% of women are married by age 18 in the state of Jharkhand (where this girl lives), which is bad enough, but it actually seems too low to believe considering the overall rate in India is supposed to be 47% (If this is one of the worse states for this problem, it doesn’t make sense that Read more

3/30/15
4:49 PM
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And if they were distinctive, they'd be able to get work without any of this 'diversity' stuff. The entertainment world is a meritocracy, and completely fair.

3/23/15
11:54 PM
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Well damn, I can't believe I missed that. Hell of a year though, I did see Bauhaus.

3/23/15
11:26 PM
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Well I was singing it in my head fifteen minutes ago and I'm pretty sure I was missing the occasional word, so I think I have to give it a "used to" lol. Read more

3/19/15
11:35 AM
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I've always loved Bauhaus' cover of Bowie's "Ziggy Stardust":

3/16/15
12:01 PM
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"Celebrity" can be hard to define. This list seems to be generally about just models and people involved in the entertainment industry. Also, the language in this article... leaves something to be desired. A lot of "born a x, became a y" type of wording. Read more

3/13/15
1:59 PM
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The article is a bit funny for the translations of "privileged white-man speak into plain old English", but that's pretty much where the humour stops for me. Seriously, wtf. Read more