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“When you find out who you are, you will no longer be innocent. That will be sad for others to see. All that knowledge will show on your face and change it. But sad only for others, not for yourself. You will feel you have a kind of wisdom, very mistaken, but a mistake of some power to you and so you will sadly treasure it and grow it.”
― Lorrie Moore, A Gate at the Stairs
Yes! this is so true!
That’s the question on our cover this week.
These are just a few of your answers (insert Law & Order sound).
serpentsrose answered: No, never has been never will be. Education is a gift that keeps on giving. One that should be regifted to the next generation.
Nevin Yildirim is sitting in a Turkish jail for shooting her rapist in the penis, beheading him, and leaving his head in the town square.
“I chased him,” she explained. “He fell on the ground. He started cussing. I shot his sexual organ this time. He became quiet. I knew he was dead. I then cut his head off.”
This article is really well written about how women are used as game pieces in fashion. Are the designers the ones who decide how women are to be defined and perceived and not the women themselves? This quote wraps it all up:
"Fashion is surely the only commercial industry that is so disrespectful of its primary customer."
It’s official - Harmony Korine’s “booze, drug and violence-fuelled bacchanal” Spring Breakers will have its North American premiere at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. The festival begins in 23 days.
Noah Cowan, Artistic Director for TIFF, said of the film:
“There are signature moments of montage in this film that will influence generations to come. Harmony Korine thinks in pictures that no one else could even dream up.”