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When women advocated for other women, they were seen as colder, and when people of color advocated for people like them, they were seen as less competent.
Jeffrey Goldberg has a great piece in the Atlantic today about the coverage of, and the response to, the Gaza war. Why is it, he asks, that the war in Gaza is covered in exquisite detail by news agencies around the world while a far bloodier war, right next door to Israel in Syria, rages on. 372 more words
Once more we turn our attentions to the failures of our state broadcaster, the once venerable and venerated BBC Scotland. The failures at Pacific Quay have been frequently documented, not least by former BBC employee and now seditious separatist blogger, … 1,427 more words
The following is a piece of satire that appeared on ireport.cnn.com written by skywalk3r on June 30th, 2010. It recently got some traction and was subsequently removed from the site since it was flagged by the community as inappropriate. 571 more words
Just one look. A glimpse. A glance. A peek. And our imagination starts running wild. If possible, our interpretation and perception of what is placed on our laps is now portrayed as a footstool for appraisal. 766 more words