Tag Archives: prejudice

The Privilege of My Genderlessness

A couple of days ago I was taken down a corridor of thinking that brought me to consider my privilege, my silence, and the benignity of a personal ethic. It started from my reading of a blog article by an … Continue reading

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*Trigger Warning… Maybe*

Despite my continuing attempts to clue myself up regarding the Universe and everything in it, I still manage to astound myself at my naivety. I suppose this sounds rather farcical. Why should this surprise me? Am I that conceited that … Continue reading

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Considering Mercy for Mass Murder, and Life for Petty Theft

I was recently asked my opinion on the arresting and charging of very old people for terrible crimes they may have committed decades ago? I had not really given it much thought before, and it seemed a challenge. Two analogous examples … Continue reading

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A Belly of Fire and a Balloon

Yesterday I had a rare outburst of frustration, which was aimed towards some people I care about. The BBC propaganda machine was busy slating the National Health Service on the TV. The same NHS which had saved my life from … Continue reading

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The Cruel Hypocrisy

Hypocrisy seems to be one of those words that tends to be defined through a learned and intuitive contextual understanding; rather than through any dictionary. This ambiguity is even evident in dictionaries themselves. Here are a few examples: Oxford Dictionaries … Continue reading

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A Journey from Non-Theism to Atheism

I have chosen this time to discuss my atheism. So, if you dislike the personal retrospective; keep reading anyway. My atheism has been a non issue for a while now, which I believe gives me a comparatively clear and unbiased opportunity … Continue reading

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