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Do I have a responsibility not to self-harm because of the impact it will have on those around me? Not exactly a party starter, is it? But it’s because this is a deeply uncomfortable question with significant and numerous ramifications that we don’t engage with it – we try not to think about it at …
Stereotypes tell me that at least 50% of you are going to recoil from this post because of the title. Because you’re men and have a genetic condition that renders you incapable of seeing the word tampon without having a panic attack, let alone stride confidently through the aisles of the supermarket grasping the box of …
It’s amazing what details a correctly lit photograph can reveal, isn’t it?
Donald Trump posts something self-aggrandising on Twitter. Photoshop that tweet in as juvenile a manner you like until he looks as bovine as his politics. Post the results on Twitter. Congratulations! You have #TrumpJacked.
Is everyone clear now? Although I have to say, Zakia, if you’re going to insist on using words like ‘pluralism’, ‘multitude’, ‘condemn’ and ‘hear’, you’re almost certainly going to confuse your target demographic. Anyone with half a brain has, after all, worked this out for themselves.
Peter Bucklitsch, the UKIP candidate for Wimbledon in the 2015 election, Twitter, 3rd September 2015.