Tag Archives: Analysis

Pretending to be gay?

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What porn can teach us about safer sex

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‘If you are against hate, LIKE this page.’

TweetMore than a week after the tragic shooting and deaths of American Sikhs in Oak Creek, mainstream media coverage has waned. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, my hometown paper, has done a chunk of the major lifting in coverage, attempting to provide profiles of lives of the victims. However, where mainstream media fails, the internet rises to [...]
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Are gender-reveal parties necessarily retrograde?

TweetSo, people are talking about gender reveal parties. Have you heard of these? They are almost exactly what they sound like: parties where the sex — not gender, despite the name — of a forthcoming baby is revealed, often to the expecting mother or couple at the same time it is made known to guests. [...]
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Lizzie Procter lives! Young women and hysteria

TweetGenerally, I’m not in the business of debunking inane articles by folks who seemingly keep their notoriety alive by pissing off feminists. It’s a rather tedious and thankless job, especially given that there are more important and interesting feminist issues to tackle. But somehow I feel compelled to suspend my usual position on inanity to [...]
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