Monthly Archives: December 2014

Subjecting Guys to 50 Shades of Grey – Indian Edition

Originally posted on TheBloggingBeeBleeds:
A very awesome friend who knows my love (*sarcasm*) for fifty shades of Grey had posted a rather funny article from Buzzfeed where a girl decided to create a OkCupid account to see what happens when…

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16 Days of frakkin’ prayer and nonsense…

I couldn’t reblog it as I usual do when sharing things from other blogs, so I I’ll link it through this way: 16 Days of Slacktivism: Government initiatives for (not) tackling violence It is a reflection on the 16 days … Continue reading

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Spanking is illegal… now also in UK produced porn

The British decided to be really British, and banned a slew of sex acts from UK produced porn… The list includes spanking, caning, aggressive whipping, penetration by any object “associated with violence”, physical or verbal abuse (regardless of  if consensual), … Continue reading

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“Tribalism”: A scar today; a wound tomorrow.

Originally posted on Conversation Zimbabwe:
I have always found the word tribe to be problematic, if not deliberately condescending primarily because of how it is constantly used to describe African groupings with vast and clearly discernible identities. What I also…

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