… same rigorous standards of message and conduct as I would journalists, politicians, or scientists. If college students, while trying to be inclusive, compassionate, and less bigoted, getting it wrong every once and a while is enough of a problem for you to write a think piece about it, you’re exhibiting an incredible amount of privilege. College is not meant to be show business; it is meant to be an incubator for ideas.
…police sympathizers, and police were refusing to provide protection for people at Ice-T’s concerts. A police department in Greensboro, North Carolina, publicly stated that they would refuse to respond to calls made from a Greensboro record shop that was selling the Body Count album.
For years, your friends, family members, and medical professionals will doubt your continued homosexual confessions. They will tell you that you “haven’t met the right man.” Sex with women is fine. That’s allowed. You can be “experimental,” a titillating object of the male gaze. You can be fluid. But you want to partner with a woman? No no. You must be mistaken. You tend to believe them, because you’ve been conditioned to disbelieve yourself, to instead defer to the voices of others.
It seems inconceivable to think that someone being detained in police custody could legally be said to have consented to sex with their arresting officer(s), but according to Natasha Lennard in The Intercept, the New York penal code neglects to establish t…
Your team leader has a 1-hour meeting with the client. He passes down the idea to UX who makes some wireframes. Then the ideas go to UI who has only some fragmented data from the team leader and works mostly with what UX has given to them. Then front-end codes something that is not exaclty what the client wanted. Then the back-end does his job, codes something on the front-end, but because it looks horrific, he passes down what he did to some front-end new kid who spends 2 hours trying to figure out the PHP code to change a few lines of Bootstrap. And after all this, the final thing goes to the client, who obviously says “there are so many aspects I don’t want to be like this” and the departments go crazy over details that could have been done at the beggining but weren’t because everything is fragmented and there is no efficient communication.