Monthly Archives: August 2010

EXCUSE ME; ARE YOU A BLOKE?

So, I got on the bus on the way home from work this evening and as soon as I boarded a teenage boy from this group of three kids sat at the back shouted: “Oh my God! It’s a tranny!!!” … Continue reading

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SIC SEMPER TYRANNOSAURUS…?

Apparently, All-American Patriot, Professor PZ ‘Rambo’ Myers has come over all ‘Mel Gibson-ish’ again and wants to burn a ‘traitors’ flag’? (As one does:) http://scienceblogs.com/pharyngula/2010/08/its_the_patriotic_thing_to_do.php#c2726658 What, what?! You mean like the one above? As my fellow Bedlam inmate who thinks … Continue reading

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THROW A DOG A BONE…

“Posted by: Cerberus, unnatural product of en-OMnomnom-ification | August 7, 2010 12:21 AM Caine @219 I don’t think she’s dangerous and I understand your points, I’ll just ignore it from now on. I suppose this is one more of those … Continue reading

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TRAPPED.

This is Frida Kahlo’s painting The Little Deer painted in 1946. Take it in. I really like this painting as it immediately captures the viewer’s attention and draws you in, not to mention the fact that initially it looks seriously … Continue reading

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A SAD LIFE.

http://newsone.com/newsone-original/newsonestaff1/new-york-man-kifor-acting-like-a-girl-opinion/lls-toddler- I’m angry.

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POSTSCRIPT: THE WINNER TAKES IT ALL

It would seem that Professor PZ Myers gives out awards for Transphobia nowadays. After encouraging posters on his site by giving them the green light to mock a tranwoman by claiming that Becky is really a man named ‘Donald’, with … Continue reading

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FIX YOUR VEIL, SISTER!

‘Fix your veil, sister!’ so warns an Iranian revolutionary guard (male) with profoundly sinister threat in the brilliant animated movie of Marjane Satrapi‘s autobiographical memoirs of her youth, Persepolis. Conversely at the other end of the concept of dress-code policing; … Continue reading

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