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What does a world without rape culture look like?

Is it even imaginable or attainable?

How would it affect the male/female sexual dynamic?

Would it mean that playing 'hard to get' would go away?

Where exactly do the boundaries lie? If the boundaries are personal, how do we define them universally?

A new star member

I just wanted to say the most important goal as Democrats is to


That will be all. Also- hi

- CFLDem

My Neighborhood Makes It Easier to Get Pregnant Than To Go To College

By Shanice Joseph Time Magazine

'You should get pregnant,' a friend told me. 'Girl, the government will take care of you, trust me.'

If I were to get pregnant, I would know just where to go for help: the local offices of Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), the federally funded food and nutrition program; Planned Parenthood; and the Family Resource Center. All three are places where I stood in line for hours with my siblings as a child growing up in Watts. But finding local resources to pursue higher education is harder. As one of the few community college students living in Watts, I can’t find a place to print out an essay or get college-related advice.

When I ran into a friend who grew up in the same low-income housing development as I did, she said there was an easier way than to struggle through college. “You should get pregnant,” she told me. “Girl, the government will take care of you, trust me.”

Full article here

Duplicate Thread Warning

Something that I think could be very helpful is a duplicate thread warning prompt for new threads to prevent the same news stories being posted over and over again.

I kind of imagine something like a prompt with a link that redirects the would-be poster to a list of recently created threads
about that topic.

Transparency Page Timeline

Would it be possible to reduce the time a hidden post counts against one's record from 90 days to something more reasonable like 60 days?

I think 60 days is a long enough timeout, and it's a way to err on the side of the accused, especially with the new 7 jury system that will be hiding more posts.
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