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How I Broke, and Botched, the Brandon Teena Story | Village Voice
The regrets of the person who wrote the story, which wound up being the inspiration for the movie "Boys Don't Cry."

What we've learned about trans people has changed much over the years. It's good when people recognize the change.
gender  media  culture  glbt  transgender  crime  violence  toread 
yesterday by moose
News is bad for you – and giving up reading it will make you happier
In this century news are to the brain what sugar is to the digestive system. they inhibit a lot of primary functions, are addictive and prevent our brain from focusing, processing things correctly. when is the last time a piece of news you read actively changed you or influenced a decision you made?
media  news  healthyhabits  brain 
yesterday by smarchi
We're laughing in an echo chamber: it's time to rethink satire
"While enthusiasts of satire may celebrate, this groundswell is not necessarily a good thing. Satire and laughter can be therapeutic ways to orient ourselves in troubled, and increasingly polarised, times. But they are not guaranteed to prompt social or political change. That’s because humour is more likely to speak to ideological groups than across them."
satire  politics  equality  world  communication  media  humour 
yesterday by ssam
With IGTV, Instagram is Becoming Television for the Mobile Generation
The way we consume content has always been driven by technology. In the early 20th century, cinema was the clear leader, with 65 percent of the U.S. population attending the cinema each week in 1930. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  instagram  social  media 
yesterday by hansdorsch
Freelancers are precarious. When should they push back?
"At a certain level, only journalists can really be watchdogs for other journalists. An ordinary reader might not pick up on inaccuracies or problems with tone and angle. This may well be why Twitter is full of these sorts of rejoinders. Thousands of journalists picking apart thousands of stories. Some pushing back, others staying silent. Editors hanging in the background, apparently, deciding whether to learn from the criticism or whether to attack."
media  freelancing  work  precarity 
yesterday by jnchapel
The Trill Project
I upvoted Trill on Product Hunt: An anonymous mental health support community 🦋 https://ift.tt/2MGVx2P
ProductHunt  iPhone  Anonymous  Social  Media  Tools  An  mental  health  support  community  🦋 
yesterday by glitchwitch

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