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See What the Networks Are Afraid to Air!

What the Networks are afraid to air:  more examples of Thought Police even by FOX “In an era where we’re trying to give survivors a voice, whether that is through the #MeToo movement or on any number of issues, for some reason we deem survivors of abortion worthy of being ignored into oblivion,” Ms. Gillett said. “That, to me, is both ironic but also just appalling.”

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#TimesUp and Black Dresses?

#timesup and black dresses? Women on the red carpet wore black dresses that accentuated their sexuality (long slits up their legs and V-necks to their bellies with breasts barely covered. And then they complain about being treated as sex objects. It would have a greater impact if they ALL refused to do nude scenes and take their clothes off on camera. Most actresses get ahead on looks, beauty and sexuality. It may be called “art” in Hollywood, but it is still just glorified porn.

Times, They Are a’Changing

Having struggled with Drupal updates and security issues for many years, we have decided to move The Scholars Corner over to a WordPress installation.  Since the Forums have generated almost no activity, we are eliminating them.  However, since commenting is easier, we expect conversations to continue.  Please bear with us as we re-establish pages and links. Hopefully we will be able to clean the site up and make things easier to navigate. We expect this transition to be complete within a few weeks.   This post will update as we make progress. We have transferred over all approved members from the old site, but you will need to update your passwords to gain access.

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