Category Archives: Rules of Writering

Power Rangers: Lesbian Controversy

Being bothered by that others exist is the mental illness. Inclusion is not a negative, nor is it insincere. People can work and play well together across demographics. http://mashable.com/2017/03/20/power-rangers-movie-gay-superhero/ LGBTQ ‘Power Rangers’ lead is a first for a mainstream superhero … Continue reading

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All the Xena Posts so Far

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-4282724/Xena-s-Lucy-Lawless-attends-Sydney-s-Mardi-Gras-parade.html Xena’s Lucy Lawless attends Sydney’s Gay And Lesbian Mardi Gras Xena Warrior Princess was a groundbreaking 1990s show with an obvious lesbian couple as the leads that played to a geek culture and some mainstream appeal from time to … Continue reading

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Beauty & The Beast: The Gay Controversy

Queer characters being The Villain or The Victim are for the Heterosexual audience’s comfort and social programming. They are not stories for us, by us or about us. Queer Characters are in all movies and we can look like any … Continue reading

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RIP: Bill Paxton

The Canada news showed Judge Wapner when they announced the death of American actor Bill Paxton. From the “They were still alive file”: Judge Wapner, also died today, and has the dubious distinction of being the start of realityish court-ish … Continue reading

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L Ron Hubbard: Writer of Religion

Haahahaa I remember seeing his sea monkey slaughter to test if plants could feel tv special. seriously a voltmeter this particular instrument operated on the ‘ignorance principle.’ it was very hush-hush. People need to give him credit for the stuff … Continue reading

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Terrorism Trump Didn’t Tweet

Trump says terrorism acts ignored. Evidence? CNBC · 1 day ago White House List Contradicts Trump Claim That Terror Attacks Go Unreported NPR · 2 days ago Toronto Star U.S. President Donald Trump “doesn’t tweet about everything,” one of his … Continue reading

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Book/Movie Review: Lord of the Flies

Lord of the Flies is a story of school boys as wartime castaways trying to remain civilized. The novel was widely published and a classic, there had even been a 1960s movie – a British one, like the novel, wherein … Continue reading

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