Tag Archives: ambiguity

God Save Mickey Mouse… He’s Next On My List

It seems a little facile to me at the moment to discuss the monarchy, but I’ve noticed that a post I wrote a while back about the monarchy seems to be getting quite a bit of traffic from the US. … Continue reading

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The Possibility Exists That There Are Some Men Who Are Raised To Hate Women

This afternoon I read a blog post by Godless Spellchecker regarding an assertion by Quinn Norton on BBC’s Newsnight. The assertion went “Men are raised to hate women.“ I read a similar remark being used by Laurie Penny in a … Continue reading

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Check My Privilege – Racism

The suggestion of privilege does not sit too well with me. Coming from an inner city background ‘privilege’ feels a little oxymoronic. The definition I used up until early 2012 would have beenĀ ‘those with power and no want’. Now, I … Continue reading

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