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Re: “Just open the door!

some disabilities are invisible - just because the person doesn't have a cane or isn't in a wheelchair doesn't mean they may not have an internal or back injury that makes opening heavy doors difficult - or perhaps even painful. i don't have any disabilities myself, but i have a relatively weak upper body - which can make opening heavy doors difficult.

Posted by emma_gee on 05/13/2009 at 6:21 PM

Re: “Saint Mary's University is trying to tell me something

Communications professionals can get a little nuts about mistakes like this because they can ruin relationships - the key concern of communications departments. Despite the origin of the problem - human or technical - if I were Blake Patterson, I would have phoned every person who received the multiple copies of the same message to apologize. In this case, I feel bad for both Blake and the recipient!

Posted by emma_gee on 05/13/2009 at 1:58 PM

Re: “Prostitues ftw!

kay - i have not read all of your posts, but i have skimmed through several of your comments. it seems as though you have some serious issues with your own sexuality. as someone who has academically explored many facets of human sexuality, i have come into contact with many people involved in bdsm role play.

your tone and content both reflect those of a particular class of dominants - doms whose aim is not to temporarily 'hurt' their submisives for mutual enjoyment (the goal of the majority bdsm dom role players), but to cause serious and long-lasting physical and psychological harm for their own satisfaction (sadists).

your monologues of little girls telling their fathers they want to be prostitutes contain intensely mysogonistic language. they read like many incest erotic fantasy stories, where the daughter seduces her father. the underlying tone of these posts is incredibly angry.

so, kay, are you mad because these "whores" are getting to live out a fantasy you have never been brave enough to act upon? are you angry because you have never fully experienced your own sexuality? do you have sexual demons you fear you cannot slay? do you not like women?

i think that you probably don't. because, if you did, you would have a bit more compassion for prostitutes. you would know that no little girl grows up wishing to be a prostitute. women (and men) turn to the sex trade when they have no where else to turn (of course, this isn't true for all sex trade workers - but it is for many). the sex trade is a dangerous occupation, and legalization will make it safer. it may even make it easier for sex workers to leave the trade, if the stigma attached to such a history is diminished by legalization.

Posted by emma_gee on 03/06/2009 at 5:15 PM

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