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A Soliloquy of Colours

It is blue here, deep, edging on black. I look at my hands, thin and wrinkled, shaking. The water trickles slowly through the tap, forming ripples in the stagnant water. 380 mots de plus

Violence

Counterfeit Smiles

Sean Michael, November, 2011

I WANTED TO APOLOGIZE FOR ALL MY LIES
I’VE BECOME WHAT I DESPISE
OH MY GOD!!
WHERE’S MY DADDY AT ? 110 mots de plus

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Exposure to Violence

I deeply wish that violence on TV and in video games did not affect people to become more aggressive, but it’s difficult to argue against the evidence.  617 mots de plus

Aggression

Survival Of The Republic

It has been a long time coming, but it’s here. Progressives (leftists, statists, socialists, communists, Obamites, take your pick) have escalated their tactics. They’ve always been intimidating, even violent, motivated by self-imagined and assured moral and intellectual superiority, and their unshakeable belief in the depravity, even evil of their political enemies. 2 351 mots de plus

Politics

Serial Girls

There’s an app about town that’s managed to attain the direction of my fancy. It’s called FaceApp. It’s main rise to fame (from what I can tell on… 753 mots de plus

Violence

POPE FRANCIS: NO TO VIOLENCE, VENGEANCE AND HATRED DONE IN THE NAME OF GOD.

Pope Francis’ Address
International Conference for Peace in Cairo’s Al-Azhar Conference Centre (Egypt)
MUST-READ.

Dear brethren in Christ, below you have the full address of Pope Francis at the International Conference for Peace in Cairo’s Al-Azhar Conference Centre, given on April 28, 2017. 2 147 mots de plus

God

Why the New Zealand Prostitutes’ Collective cannot be trusted

For Kate. Image by Untameable Shrews (@untamableshrews).

New Zealand leftist news site The Spinoff recently published a “now what?” article for feminists, following the Women’s March. 3 311 mots de plus

Feminism And Women's Rights

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Again, Politics and vying for funding, seems to have fucked with the original intention. Excerpt: "The organisation has long departed from its origins as a grassroots charity. It started in the 1980s, as a group of nine Wellington women in prostitution protecting themselves against the abuses of pimps, the spread of AIDs, and the government’s criminalization of prostituted persons. By 2003, the Prostitution Reform Act (PRA) was passed, finally decriminalizing those prostituted in New Zealand’s sex trade – but also pimps and sex buyers. Though NZPC still leverages their historic, grassroots image, it currently promotes government policy of full decriminalization as a generously state-funded sex trade lobby." ref: https://reneejg.net