And meanwhile in the USA, print media raise a mature argument discussing the last Big Brother. We ask, was this deliberately designed to boost ratings by appealing to others in their society holding deeply rooted racist and homophobic views?
Archive for Media discussion
No hesitation for networks airing Sam reaction – Lifestyle – The Boston Globe
Tim Hunter writes about homophobic experiences at a Prahran hotel. Has change arrived or is our response more immediate and coordinated – Read Tim’s views in TheVine
The bar is raised on how to address homophobia in schools. Awaiting response from the alternative government. Stay tuned
.@AustralianLabor says it will spend $8 million to tackle homophobia in schools if reelected. http://www.theage.com.au/federal-politics/federal-election-2013/labor-commits-8-million-to-tackle-homophobia-in-schools-20130830-2sud6.html #lgbti
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Just as The Age newspaper is right to claim “An innocent woman slain. Where’s the public outcry?”, homophobic violence and prejudice motivated crime, too, remains free of broad public discourse and reflection.
Police appeal for witnesses of this assault to come forward.