Monthly Archives: May 2014

But She Brought Them Coffee

From the article The teachers who inspired us, and even changed the trajectories of our lives, from TED: “The professor who taught me Intro to Women and Gender Studies my sophomore year of college completely changed my framework for thinking about … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong with “What Wrong With the World”

…As in, the blog that can be found in my “Cool blogs to check out section”. Recently I lost my temper in a thread there, the first time when I was on that site that I’ve ever snapped at the … Continue reading

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More Thoughts: “The Fault in Our Stars”

So I read through a bit further. Our protagonist, Hazel, gets invited to watch “V for Vendetta” at Augustus’s house. I had to/chose to leave right after they ended the movie. Good stuff first: I said this before, but Green … Continue reading

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How You Know Conservatives are More Open-Minded

At least when it comes to judging works of fiction – and yes, in general, not every single liberal. But that’s besides my main point here. It’s actually very simple: The majority of writers are very, very liberal. A great … Continue reading

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Fun with Backlash

So, when this blog post of mine got linked to by “The Spectator”, I wrote this in the comments section to clarify my views: I am not against slut-shaming in principle, and that post was not necessarily ADVOCATING cad-shaming – … Continue reading

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