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Sarah Polley: The Men You Meet Making Movies - The New York Times
i - love - sarah - polley

"The implication wasn’t subtle. I replied that I wasn’t very ambitious or interested in acting, which was true. He then asked me about my political activism and went on to recast himself as a left-wing activist, which was among the funniest things I’d ever heard."
sarah_polley  op-ed  nytimes  harvey_weinstein  1990s  actor  harassment  filmmaker  hollywood  2017  2010s  men 
october 2017 by cluebucket
On Finland, the United States, and the freedom of information and of the press - The Washington Post
"Precisely because Finland is worthy of kudos for its protection of free expression over the years, it is all the more interesting what it does not protect."
excerpt from The Soul of the First Amendment
floyd_abrams  washingtonpost  reporting  journalism  freedom  protection  rights  information  finland  america  switzerland  2010s  2017  2016  slovakia  punishment  sweden  1776  1770s  privacy  susan_ruusunen  matti_vanhanen  2000s  2007  jussi_kristian_halla-aho  2012  hate  blog  bill_clinton  donald_trump  speech  legal  op-ed  excerpt 
may 2017 by cluebucket
Without a path from protest to power, the Women's March will end up like Occupy | World news | The Guardian
fft (food for thought)

"Right now, in America, there is no pro-democracy anti-establishment party that is capable of stepping forward, seizing power and governing. America needs a protest movement like Spain’s Podemos, Iceland’s Pirate Party or Italy’s 5 Star Movement. These populist democratic movements are the prototype for the future of protest. Each has achieved surprising electoral victories in a short time, but what is more important is how they are changing the way power functions."
guardian  protest  womensmarch  occupywallstreet  action  op-ed  2017  2010s  micah_white  1789  1780s  france  revolution  louis_xvi  power  civil_rights  1963  1964  1960s  myth  question  politics  campaign  party 
january 2017 by cluebucket
Nigel Farage’s attack on Jo Cox’s widower is a new low. Enough | Owen Jones | Opinion | The Guardian
"When Farage’s power was queried, Kassam responded with a picture of Farage and Donald Trump in the president-elect’s golden lift. Don’t mess with Farage, was Kassam’s implication, because he now has the patronage of the soon-to-be most powerful man on Earth. (You can donate to Hope not Hate’s legal fund here https://donate.hopenothate.org.uk/page/contribute/farage-to-court )"

farage is disgusting
owen_jones  guardian  jo_cox  brendan_cox  op-ed  nigel_farage  shame  murder  death  politician  terror  white_supremacy  thomas_mair  attack  takedown  raheem_kassam  power  corruption  antifa  hopenothate.org  u.k.  ukip  2016  2010s  england  from twitter
december 2016 by cluebucket
WashPost Makes History: First Paper to Call for Prosecution of Its Own Source (After Accepting Pulitzer)
"In arguing that no public interest was served by exposing PRISM, what did the Post editors forget to mention? That the newspaper that (simultaneous with The Guardian) made the choice to expose the PRISM program by spreading its operational details and top-secret manual all over its front page is called … the Washington Post."
theintercept.com  washingtonpost  2016  2010s  pulitzer  prize  newspaper  op-ed  glenn_greenwald  edward_snowden  criminal  NSA  prism  screengrab  publishing  leak  journalism  hypocrisy  secret  government  transparency 
september 2016 by cluebucket
Molly Ivins July 3 by Molly Ivins on Creators.com - A Syndicate Of Talent
"Our motto is the poet Marianne Moore's observation, 'It is an honor to witness so much confusion.' ... I'd like to begin by thanking rural Texans for their natural assumption that Osama bin Laden is called "Osama-Bin," as though he had two front names, like Billy Bob or Jerry Jeff."
molly_ivins  creators.com  2000s  2003  politics  texas  america  op-ed  writing  osama_bin_laden  marianne_moore  quote  independence_day  patriotism 
february 2016 by cluebucket
roqayah | Rejecting Bourgeois Feminism
"They aren’t looking for women to dismantle an oppressive system but to join it, to become a part of the establishment class. This isn’t liberatory political consciousness, but the politics of superficial preservation for those at the top."
roqayah_chamseddine  roqchams.com  roqayah  2016  2010s  archive  op-ed  politics  feminism  prison  hillary_clinton  geo_group  immigration  america  takedown  jessica_valenti  sady_doyle  protest  argument  logic  politician 
february 2016 by cluebucket
Ammon Bundy and the myth of the American West
"Bundy’s confused rhetoric is partly a refraction of spotty Christian theology, fringe militia movements and American mythology. Yet he is standing on solid ground in the imagined West in which his ideology resides."
dawn_g._marsh  reuters  op-ed  ammon_bundy  america  cowboy  mythology  2016  2010s  oregon  militia  fantasy  history  cliven_bundy  malheur  government  property  land  manifest_destiny  expansion  native  19th_century  20th_century  21st_century 
january 2016 by cluebucket
It Happened To Me: I Read An Essay About A White Woman’s Yoga Class/Black Woman Crisis And I Cannot
"By the way, I swore up and down I wouldn’t write about Macklemore, but as I read your piece he kept coming to mind."

thank god Pia Glenn wrote this
xojane  pia_glenn  response  takedown  ihtm  yoga  racism  writing  op-ed  essay  race  white  black  jen_caron  2014  2010s  imagination 
october 2015 by cluebucket
The Insecure American - NYTimes.com
"I am not, or not only, talking about right-wing contempt for the poor, although the dominance of compassionless conservatism is a sight to behold...

"What we learn from the refusal of Republican-controlled states to expand Medicaid, even though the federal government would foot the bill, is that punishing the poor has become a goal in itself, one worth pursuing even if it hurts rather than helps state budgets.

"...[T]he reality is that living longer in our ever-more-unequal society is very much a class thing: life expectancy at age 65 has risen a lot among the affluent, but hardly at all in the bottom half of the wage distribution, that is, among those who need Social Security most."
paul_krugman  economics  class  work  retirement  social_security  politics  conservative  recession  america  wealth  2015  op-ed  2010s  2000s  oblivious  politician  affluence  federal_reserve 
may 2015 by cluebucket
We're not here for your inspiration – Blog – ABC Ramp Up (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
"[U]sing these images as feel-good tools, as "inspiration", is based on an assumption that the people in them have terrible lives, and that it takes some extra kind of pluck or courage to live them.

"For many of us, that is just not true.

"When I was 15, a member of my local community approached my parents and told them she wanted to nominate me for some kind of community achievement award. My parents said, "Thanks, but there's one glaring problem with that... she hasn't actually achieved anything out of the ordinary."

"They were right. I went to school, I got good marks, I had a very low key after-school job, and I spent a lot of time watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Dawson's Creek. I wasn't feeding orphaned Chlamydia-infected baby koalas before school, or setting up a soup kitchen in the main street, or reading newspapers to the elderly at the local hospital. I was doing exactly the same things as my non-disabled friends. When my parents explained all this to the well-meaning nominator, they said "yes, but she's just such an inspiration"."
stella_young  disability  op-ed  rampup  abc.net.au  scott_hamilton  inspiration  offense  rant  attitude  activism  ablism  2012  2010s  australia 
december 2014 by cluebucket
Why Ferguson Should Matter to Asian-Americans | TIME
"Racial engineering of Asian-Americans and African-Americans to protect a white-run society was nothing new"

Helen Zia: "This stuff is what I call M.I.H. -- missing in history... Unfortunately, we have generations growing up thinking there's no connection. These things are there, all the linkages of struggles that have been fought together."
jack_linshi  time.com  ferguson  op-ed  asian-american  america  society  history  protest  racism  detachment  vincent_chin  1980s  kuanchang_kao  1990s  cau_bich_tran  2000s  fong_lee  police  model_minority  myth  stereotype  1966  1960s  daryl_maeda  division  strategy  violence  death  civil_rights  yuri_kochiyama  grace_lee_boggs  1950s  1850s  manifest_destiny  white  naturalization  law  helen_zia  vine  politics 
december 2014 by cluebucket
Stop Romanticizing Farms - Modern Farmer
"The gloss of a beautiful farm made for spectatorship allows us to avoid bearing witness to the reality of farming in the U.S. and stunts real conversations about the future of agriculture."
modernfarmer.com  farm  writing  agriculture  wedding  sustainability  sarah_searle  2014  2010s  agritourism  tourism  op-ed 
july 2014 by cluebucket
But I'm A Nice Guy on Vimeo
"A quick editorial cartoon about the intersection of self-pity, entitlement, rape, territoriality, misogyny and fear of women."
scott_benson  feminism  misandry  men  women  fear  hate  video  vimeo  vimeo.com  cartoon  animation  rights  response  matrix  satire  op-ed  rape  privilege  misogyny  nice  2013  2010s  chauvinism  patriarchy  matriarchy 
march 2014 by cluebucket
What Grantland Got Wrong «
"...if I can help my colleagues and simultaneously make sure that the trans people who come up in their coverage get a fair shake, I welcome that opportunity."
christina_kahrl  culture  writing  journalism  sexuality  gender  trans  lgbtq  suicide  mistake  caleb_hannan  2014  2013  2010s  golf  essay_anne_vanderbilt  death  ethics  op-ed  grantland 
january 2014 by cluebucket
The Appalling Stance of Rand Paul - NYTimes.com
"We have gone from a war on poverty in this country to a war on the poor, in which poor people are routinely demonized and scapegoated and attacked, and conservatives have led the charge.
...
"To buy into this destructive lie about the character of the poor means you've either had no experience being poor, or have no capacity to empathize with their plight.
"Being poor is a job unto itself."
charles_m._blow  nytimes  op-ed  rand_paul  conservative  poor  poverty  wealth  welfare  government  politics  politician  arrogant  takedown  society  2013  2010s  america  scapegoat  effort  wage  work 
december 2013 by cluebucket
xkcd: The Pace of Modern Life
"The cause of the ... increase in nervous disease is increased demand made by the conditions of modern life upon the brain." --1896

"Mr Long Walk" haha
xkcd  quote  1870s  1880s  1890s  1900s  1910s  19th_century  20th_century  letter  writing  mail  criticism  communication  pace  life  newspaper  travel  time  sensationalism  stimulation  mania  nervous  history  reading  imagination  op-ed  conversation  speed 
august 2013 by cluebucket
Hijacking feminism - Opinion - Al Jazeera English
"US women do not need to change their attitude; they need, first, job security, good childcare, livable wages for the work they do, and physical security."
...
"Indeed, it is extremely disturbing that for these high-powered women the 'woman problem' is no longer about social justice, equity and women's emancipation - as if these have already been achieved - but about affect, behaviour modification and well-roundedness."
aljazeera  op-ed  catherine_rottenberg  feminism  class  race  wealth  economics  culture  hype  criticism  lynne_huffer  zillah_eisenstein  sheryl_sandberg  anne-marie_slaughter  elite  justice  society  america  1970s  2010s  2013  2012  theatlantic  women  facebook  balance  revolution  work  family 
march 2013 by cluebucket
Unpaid Internships Are a Rich-Girl Problem—and Also a Real Problem - Phoebe Maltz Bovy - The Atlantic
"We will only be able to successfully challenge the norm of unpaid internships if we move away from blaming the interns themselves. Female interns in particular are often taken to task for lacking marketable skills, perhaps for having studied feminist theory in college when the more feminist approach would have been engineering. But even if humanities-major jobs have always paid less, it is entirely different for them to pay nothing at all."
phoebe_maltz_bovy  theatlantic  op-ed  internship  job  work  salary  pay  rights  free  labor  gender  women  unfair  employment  madeleine_schwartz  dissent  lgreed  feminism  finance  marriage  2013  2010s  class  economics  career  industry  writing  fashion 
february 2013 by cluebucket
The Land of the Binge - NYTimes.com
"It was once held up as an indisputable virtue, virtually synonymous with prudence. Don’t get too carried away with any one thing. Don’t become too set in your ways. That was the message from parents and teachers. That was the cue the culture gave.

"But America these days is an immoderate land of fixed opinions and outsize fixations. More and more we wallow: in our established political philosophy; in our preferred interest group; in our pastime of choice; in whichever health routine we’ve turned into a health religion."

kinda good comments section
frank_bruni  nytimes  op-ed  moderation  extreme  politics  food  america  fad  narrow  tv  news  extremism  2013  2010s  advertising  binge  marketing 
february 2013 by cluebucket
Friends of Fraud - NYTimes.com
"As history shows, the financial industry’s wealth and influence can all too easily turn those who are supposed to serve as watchdogs into lap dogs instead."
nytimes  fraud  finance  america  bank  paul_krugman  dodd-frank  reform  government  wealth  influence  protection  2010s  2013  op-ed  republican  money  denial  recession  economics 
february 2013 by cluebucket
What Is it About Men That They're Committing These Horrible Massacres? | Alternet
"Are these shooters psychopaths or sociopaths? Maybe. But what’s a sociopath? It’s a person who lacks empathy. 'Well,' says Katz, 'we socialize empathy out of boys all the time.' If we aren’t allowing boys to experience and express vulnerability, pain, and fear because that’s somehow connected to weakness (a feminine quality), then how are they going to be able to relate to the experiences of others? 'Sociopathy is the extreme manifestation of the way we socialize boys in our society.'"

much more worth a read than that other piece on "why wasn't there a MALE janitor at sandy hook who could have thrown a bucket at the shooter etc etc"
alternet  essay  op-ed  massacre  gender  sociopathy  male  female  society  behavior  violence  empathy  crime  shooting  meghan_murphy  jackson_katz  1980s  1990s  2000s  2010s  2012  privilege  victim  anger  emotion 
december 2012 by cluebucket
The homeless man and the NYPD cop's boots: how a warm tale turns cold | Jonathan Jones | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk
"It makes poverty look simple and kindness seem a substitute for larger social change. Worst of all, the instant online fame of the image has inspired a backlash that gets nastier by the day."
guardian  jonathan_jones  op-ed  2012  nyc  nypd  lawrence_deprimo  jeffrey_hillman  homeless  poverty  charity  viral  internet  photo  public  attention  response  backlash  social_change  society  2010s  shoe 
december 2012 by cluebucket
AP's dangerous Iran hoax demands an accounting and explanation | Glenn Greenwald | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk
this guy says "patently" more than once but that doesn't take away from his point.
AP should take a note from ONTD and always put the sawce.
guardian  associated_press  graph  data  article  news  accuracy  mistake  hoax  iran  nuclear_weapons  op-ed  2012  2010s  media  lie  journalism  scientist  glenn_greenwald  integrity 
november 2012 by cluebucket
The war on men | Fox News
RT : The Volidity Report is pleased to see that *someone* is finally reporting on the "War on Men": ...

no comments allowed
fox_news  op-ed  stupid  gender  men  women  submission  2012  2010s  from twitter
november 2012 by cluebucket
Pinkification: how breast cancer awareness got commodified for profit | SE Smith | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk
"The path of the pink ribbon, and breast cancer awareness in general, reflects a larger problem experienced by social movements. It seems that every time they develop a tool of solidarity and something to use as they work in a coalition to address a specific social issue, that tool is handily repurposed for profits – and before anyone can move to take it back, it's too late."

thinkin bout it

last comment of the article, hm, what?
s.e._smith  guardian  cancer  breast_cancer  ribbon  awareness  campaign  profit  activism  criticism  writing  society  culture  corporation  susan_komen  capitalism  pink  2012  2010s  op-ed  shame 
october 2012 by cluebucket
Voter Harassment, Circa 2012 - NYTimes.com
"True the Vote grew out of a Tea Party group in Texas, the King Street Patriots, with the assistance of Americans for Prosperity, a group founded by the Koch brothers that works to elect conservative Republicans. It has developed its own software to check voter registration lists against driver’s license and property records. Those kinds of database matches are notoriously unreliable because names and addresses are often slightly different in various databases, but the group uses this technique to challenge more voters.
...
"The Voting Rights Act of 1965 prohibits intimidation or interference in the act of voting, but the penalties are fairly light. Many states have tougher laws, but they won’t work unless law enforcement officials use them to crack down on the illegal activities — handed down from Jim Crow days — of True the Vote and similar groups. "
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september 2012 by cluebucket
How to Stop Hospitals from Killing Us - WSJ.com
"Political partisans can debate the role of government in fixing health care, but for either public or private approaches to work, transparency is the crucial prerequisite. To make transparency effective, government must play a role in making fair and accurate reports available to the public. In doing so, it will unleash the power of the free market as patients are better able to take charge of their own care. When hospitals have to compete on measures of safety, all of them will improve how they serve their patients."
wsj  hospital  doctor  medicine  op-ed  death  injury  surgery  mistake  transparency  whistleblowing  wrongful  legal  open  industry  trust  marty_makary  2012  2010s  21st_century 
september 2012 by cluebucket
The right way and the wrong way to protest Chick-fil-A - CNN.com
"This is what the forefathers had in mind when they composed the Constitution: liberals making out during lunch and conservatives stuffing their face with chikin in the name of Jesus. God, I love this country."
l.z._granderson  cnn  op-ed  chik-fil-a  restaurant  lgbtq  rights  protest  kiss  politician  ban  funny  2012  2010s  21st_century 
july 2012 by cluebucket
Think Before You Breed - NYTimes.com
"In fact, people are still expected to provide reasons not to have children, but no reasons are required to have them."
christine_overall  philosophy  pregnancy  childbirth  children  family  birth  birth_control  ethics  society  life  group  2012  2010s  octomom  duggar  responsibility  choice  nytimes  op-ed  opinionator  21st_century 
june 2012 by cluebucket
How the ‘war on women’ quashed feminist stereotypes - The Washington Post
"The image of the feminist as a mirthless, hirsute, sex-averse succubus is a friendly-fire casualty of the Republican 'war on women.' It's a grave loss to conservatives, who have used this faithful foot soldier as a comfortably grotesque stand-in for the real people whose liberties they have sought to conscribe: women."
"In activism, an image problem becomes a structural problem: Twisted but resonant stereotypes make women hesitant to identify with the movement to expand their rights. And if women won’t organize and advocate on their own behalf, the work of anti-feminists is done."
"In 2012, the anti-everything platform was occupied not by feminist agitators but the GOP politicians they were battling."
rebecca_traister  washingtonpost  op-ed  phyllis_schlafy  feminism  stereotype  image  rights  women  gender  conservative  citadel  backlash  politics  2010s  activism  america  catherine_mckinnon  comedy  kristen_schaal  sandra_fluke  rush_limbaugh  21st_century 
may 2012 by cluebucket
Hilary Rosen was right. Ann Romney doesn’t speak for women in the workforce. - The Washington Post
"When Ann Romney’s husband, who faces a gender gap in some polls, uses her experience and insight as a megaphone for women’s concern over fewer paid jobs, he mistakenly assumes that all women are fungible. Which was, I take it, Rosen’s original point."
hilary_rosen  ann_romney  linda_hirshman  washingtonpost  op-ed  2012  2010s  politics  women  gaffe  stay-at-home  motherhood  work  job  economy  fallout  mitt_romney  campaign  gender  21st_century 
april 2012 by cluebucket
Dear Media, Penn State Is Not A 'Sex Scandal,' It's A Rape Scandal | Mediaite
"The nomenclature surrounding 'sex crimes' is already hopelessly sterile, and the media routinely refers to cases of rape and sexual assault as 'sex scandals,' but that makes it no less important to call them out every time they do it.

"Sandusky is not accused of 'having sex' with little boys, he is accused of raping them. In our civilization, 'sex' with a child is not possible, since a child cannot consent to sex."
mediaite  scandal  sex  abuse  pedophilia  rape  news  op-ed  reaction  media  bias  language  spin  word  penn_state  assault  joe_paterno  jerry_sandusky  maureen_dowd  tommy_christopher 
november 2011 by cluebucket
Shopping and philosophy: Post-modernism is the new black | The Economist
"But Foucault had belatedly spotted that post-modernism and “neo-liberal” free-market economics, which had developed entirely independently of each other over the previous half-century, pointed in much the same direction. One talked about sex, art and penal systems, the other about monetary targets. But both sought to 'emancipate' the individual from the control of state power or other authorities—one through thought and the other through economic power. Both put restoring individual choice and power at the hearts of their 'projects', as the pomos like to describe their work."
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november 2011 by cluebucket
The Worst Addiction of Them All | The Nation
KV: "If Western Civilization were a person, we would be directing it to the nearest meeting of War-Preparers Anonymous. We would be telling it to stand up before the meeting and say, 'My name is Western Civilization. I am a compulsive war- preparer. I have lost everything I ever cared about. I should have come here long ago. I first hit bottom in World War I.' Western Civilization cannot be represented by a single person, of course, but a single explanation for the catastrophic course it has followed during this bloody century is possible. We the people, because of our ignorance of the disease, have again and again entrusted power to people we did not know were sickies."
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october 2011 by cluebucket

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