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Memories of a Machine, or the Machine of Memory?

Watching the much-debated ten-minute-film ‘Memories of a Machine’, which has been accused of justifying paedophilia, I remembered this woman:

I met her, a young woman professional working at Technopark, Thiruvananthapuram – where else, in these days, but in the queue in front of an ATM . 1,683 more words

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The Psychological Truth About Why Men And Women Think Differently About Relationships

Psychological studies have always shown that there are significant differences between the way men and women think …ESPECIALLY when it comes to relationships. The main psychological differences between the genders are in the way they: 837 more words

Love Doesn't Require Debate

We are supposed to love women and care for them. We are not supposed to debate with them over true or false. Only whether a want is possible for the two of us, or impossible for the two of us. 182 more words

Genders

“Perhaps it is no wonder that the women were first at the Cradle and last at the Cross. They had never known a man like this Man – there never has been such another. 139 more words

GENDERS-Insiang

  1. In what ways does the article explain Insiang’s situation, her behavior prior to rape and after rape?

-It is quite clear in the movie that Insiang exhibits similar ideas that are found in the article such as how hard it is to be poor as seen in the scenes where she has to work hard, in this case she washes other people’s laundry, and in the times when it is shown thru her mother that the money they earn is closely monitored because they try to fit their available money to suit their everyday needs. 835 more words

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Identity Politics, O, Absurdity!

via Lew Rockwell

From their YouTube page notes:

Sometimes the best way to prove the insanity of your opponents, is to give them exactly what they want. 274 more words

Politically Correct

It Is About Women: Debating the Violence of the Uniform Civil Code - Kartik Maini

This is a guest post by KARTIK MAINI

The performative art of choice, like most habitations of discourse, is deeply political. To oppose the mythical creature of the Uniform Civil Code (UCC), as heralded by the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) and its parent votaries, is to find oneself in the august company of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMLB); both part, or so I must argue, of the same physics of power. 984 more words

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