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Monthly Archive: June 2012

Jun 29 2012

Beauté Animale

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I saw an exhibition on animal’s beauty at Grand Palais in Paris today. I like the exhibition. I really do. The people behind the exhibition say, ‘there is still a close link between art and science, between our desire to know about animals and our fascination for their beauty’. It is true that paintings, drawings, …

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Jun 27 2012

Sexism is not only on earth, it is in the sky too (Warning: Nasty sexist images in post)

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Is there a competition between airlines to become more sexist than others? Russian airlines ads featuring women’s cabin crew members are too sexist. Civil aviation secretary Gabriel Mocho says, “I don’t want to give this airline the free publicity that its rather grubby little ad was designed to attract, but this kind of thing matters. …

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Jun 26 2012

Yuck!

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We have seen all those sexist vintage ads. What about 21st century’s new sexist ads! In the West the companies are forced to ban their ads because of criticism and protests from feminists and women’s rights activists. In the East, no body protests against sexist ads. Sexism is cultural norms. The Vodka company put up …

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Jun 26 2012

Vagina should smell like Vagina, not like Jasmine or Jackfruit

The world is getting more and more synthetic. People are becoming more and more artificial. They smile at others but they do not really smile. They ask acquaintances how they are doing, whether everything is fine, but they would not mind if those acquaintances were not doing well. More and more, words are becoming artificial, …

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Jun 24 2012

Is science a stupid-girl thing, European Commission?

In the beginning we did not allow girls to go to schools. We did not let them learn how to read and write. Then, after a long time, we allowed girls to go to schools because educated men desired to have sex with educated women. We did not allow educated girls to work outside because …

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Jun 23 2012

Homeless Everywhere

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“Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of herself/himself and of her/his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond …

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Jun 22 2012

I was seven years old

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‘….The day Toi-toi left, Ma had to work alone in the kitchen lighting the oven, peeling the vegetables, cleaning and cutting the fish and meat before starting lunch. When it came to lighting the oven, Ma could not find the box of matches. This was a job always done by either Phulbahari or Toi-toi. Only …

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Jun 21 2012

Six million children die of hunger every year

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There are more than 1200 billionaires in the world. They have absolutely an insane amount of money. It is true that the number of billionaires is increasing. It is also true that six million children die of hunger every year. Every five seconds one child dies of hunger. There are more hungry people in the …

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Jun 19 2012

Father’s Day Gift (Warning: Violent image in post)

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The world celebrates Father’s Day. On Father’s day, some Fathers give gifts to their daughters. On Father’s Day in India, a Father beheaded his 20-year-old daughter with a sword because he did not like his daughter’s lifestyle. Then he paraded her severed head through his village. Just 4 days before Father’s Day, a French diplomat …

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Jun 19 2012

Make Love, Not War.

Some scientists say: ‘Bonobos, chimps and humans shared a single common ancestor from about 6 million years ago, Chimps and bonobos shared the same common ancestor until about a million years ago, when the Congo River formed. Then the bonobos developed on one side of the river, the chimps the other. Bonobos are our ape …

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