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The Wild, Wild… Internet.

I need to address something serious that has been on my mind lately: My being an intersectional activist (of sorts) and the reactions that have arisen because of it. 604 more words


International Mens Day (and my personal response to one article)

So after a while you would assume that feminists would learn that hit pieces based on the premise “Please don’t check my facts” don’t work. And that the moment you run said article it’s going to get taken apart. 1,341 more words

Mens Rights

Clicktivism -- it's real activism, whether you like it or not.

Social media activism: spreading awareness about important issues on any social media site known to man.

For many people, Twitter is the outlet to talk about important topics that have been hurting America for years. 554 more words

John Stockwell: Lessons From 1987.

by Jerry Alatalo

“… for historians ought to be precise, faithful, and unprejudiced, and neither interest nor fear, hatred nor affection, should make them swerve away from the truth, whose mother is history, the rival of time, the depository of great actions, the witness of the past, example of the present, and monitor of the future.” … 860 more words

Earth Matters

Saving the Internet

The Internet is changing. The idealistic euphoria which recently enabled democratic protests to kick-off across the world is starting to give way to a much more sinister corporatized landscape where free speech and free‑use are coming increasingly… 186 more words

Arab Spring

What is Racism?

Racism – according to Google is:

And according to Wikipedia:

Racism consists of ideologies and practices that seek to justify, or cause, the unequal distribution of privileges, rights or goods among different…

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Ethnic Issues In Auckland

Sunday Editorial: Is Reddit Racist?

Recently, there has been a lot of discussion on the internet regarding Reddit’s regulation of inflammatory content on their subreddit forums. The continued existence of subreddits such as /r/coontown and /r/blackcrimematters after a recent site-wide update to Reddit’s censorship rules have been decried by many as a de facto sponsorship of racism that will create a platform for proponents of racism and encourage bigoted rhetoric to coalesce and flourish on Reddit for years to come. 548 more words

Internet Activism