“ghetto-fab parties are part of a broader reactionary movement that believes whiteness and the ivory tower are being imperiled by political correctness, radical professors and “minority rights.””
“A consumer group accused Unilever of hypocrisy…for running conflicting advertising campaigns — one for Dove that praises women and their natural beauty and one for Axe that the group said “blatantly objectifies and degrades” them.”
“University police were unable to decide whether the piece of rope found in the basement of Belk Residence Hall was a noose…They have been investigating since a student reported finding it in the basement of Belk Hall Sept. 19.”
Great post here. “When you hear vitriolic anti-immigrant sentiment coming from elected officials or minuteman-type vigilantes, we need to call this out as racism. Even though they’ll claim that their intents are not racist…”
“Jeff Yang catches up with renaissance girl Margaret Cho as she trades in standup for set of pasties and a cavalcade of scantily-clad studs and vixens in her new alt-burlesque traveling show, “The Sensuous Woman”"
“pictured a restaurant credit-card slip with a 7 percent tip and a signature for “Mark Goldfarb.” Underneath was written: “Attention all crappy tipping Jews!!! Just because you’re ‘screwing’ the server … does not mean that it’s a mitzvah.”"
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