Spreading the love
June 11, 2011
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Things we enjoyed, or didn’t, on the internet this week.
Eating weebix for dinner: Che writes about his memories of what it’s like being a child on a benefit.
We were making the right life choices. We were frugal as our station demanded. We made the most of what we had. But still we ate cereal for dinner while our neighbours’ cat ate gravy beef.
A gay bar in Melbourne wins the right to ban women, because they keep attempting to straighten things up.
Ms. Naughty examines a British censorship decision over the film Human Centipede 2, and considers the idea of “a real, as opposed to a fanciful, risk of harm”.
Over at The Hand Mirror, Luddite Journo has a wonderful piece on Queer the Night and the experience of coming out as bisexual, which is very, very familiar to Emma.
The Timaru Herald (hush, I know) notes the alarming year-on-year drop in teenage girls having the HPV vaccination.
Holy frak! This article could be TRIGGERING.
A judgement on consent in Canada, where the Supreme Court finds that an unconscious woman can’t give consent to sex. But THREE JUDGES DISSENTED!!!