40 Honest Advertising Slogans That'll Make You Laugh Nashville-based graphic designer Clif Dickens creates these hilariously honest advertising slogans, most of which, make more sense than the real ones. His work has been featured in leading publications such as Adweek, Business Insider, Huffington Post, etc. We’ve compiled the best ones into this list of 40 below. The Difference Between Sex Appeal and Sexual Objectification by Lisa Wade, PhD, Feb 11, 2013, at 12:00 pm Over at Feministing, Maya Dusenbery made a great observation about the conservative response to Beyoncé’s Super Bowl halftime show. Conservatives widely criticized her for sexually objectifying herself. Top 10 Scariest Filipino Monsters Creepy I mentioned in a comment in 15 Bogeymen from Around the World that a list could easily be made of just Filipino monsters and mythological creatures. Time to put my money where my mouth is (or rather put my fingers where my keyboard is) and submit this list!
State of the Nation Let's begin with a really concise summary of what men should be doing on the issue of rape prevention, which is taken from Student Health Services website for Illinois State University. Obviously something that none of these boys read. Approach gender violence as a MEN’S issue.Make sure that the sex you are having is consensual. The War on Suffrage “Nine little Suffergets, Finding boys to hate, One kisses Willie Jones, And then there are Eight.” Ten Little Suffergets tells the sad tale of ten little girls who lose their pro-suffrage leanings when they spy shiny objects like toys, men, and the Sandman. The 1915 picture book ends with the final baby suffragette cracking her baby doll’s head open. “And then there were none!”
Honest Slogans Created and managed by Clif Dickens. Follow Honest Slogans on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. You can subscribe to the Honest Slogans newsletter here. Email me with any inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a one-man operation, so all tips are welcomed and appreciated! The Egregious, Awful and Downright Wrong Reactions to the Steubenville Rape Trial Verdict I've not commented either way on this case or any other case like it but I, personally, feel that the media circus surrounding rape cases, (In the UK and USA, at least,) is too much. The punishments are arguable as they vary from too short (a few weeks/months) to 1/3 of a normal life span, but the media circus is what is truly unfair. These people have their faces plastered across the news for days/weeks (Even before they are proven guilty,) and, as a result of that, these guys will be much harder to employ. People might avoid them. It really can ruin their life.
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Untitled Document Masculine, feminine or human? posted on SleptOn.com, June 2, 2008. by Robert Jensen In a guest lecture about masculinity to a college class, I ask the students to generate two lists that might help clarify the concept. For the first, I tell them to imagine themselves as parents whose 12-year-old son asks, “Mommy/daddy, what does is mean to be a man?”