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Profiles vs. People: Who's the Victim?

“We are all hypocrites. We cannot see ourselves or judge ourselves the way we see and judge others.” ― José Emilio Pacheco

The Ashley Madison Scandal of 2015 rocked the world as thousands of people’s information made its way from the recesses of the dark web and were exposed to the harsh light of day. 437 more words

Eternal Frankenstein read-a-thon #3 | Siobhan Carroll

In the coming weeks, I will be reviewing the new Word Horde anthology Eternal Frankenstein, edited by Ross E. Lockhart. As was the case with my read-a-thon of… 631 more words

Book Review

Humans or Machine?

   Every Sunday millions of Americans tune into the local networks on their televisions to watch football. These networks make huge money through advertising and fan involvement. 2,692 more words


The Dangers of Dehumanisation, Or, Why Trump's Rhetoric Is More Than Just Wrong.

Dehumanisation is a kind of deception—of the self, of others, or both—that paints other people as less than human, so as not to have to think about them and/or feel guilty for overlooking or abusing them. 979 more words


i am not here and neither are you — writers' corner

By Ellie Lambe I find my voice getting higher and higher, received pronunciation more pronounced I am closer to the child home from the summer voice refined and moulded out of dialect I feel the irritation, the confusion, the worry in the voice fed back into my ears I’m being too harsh, too shrill, too […]

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all. human.

Driving home from work today, I happened to notice a man in a pick-up truck looking right at me in my rear-view mirror. When he saw I’d noticed him, he raised one hand, shaped it like a gun, and pantomimed shooting at me. 622 more words


4 Easy Steps to a Viral Presidential Campaign

In this presidential election cycle where both candidates are making such superb use of all social media outlets, you too can participate in the vitriol and general dehumanization of mankind by following these… 632 more words