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Is Seventeen teaching transphobia

What do you think your daughter is learning from Seventeen magazine? Self esteem? Hopefully. Body hatred? Perhaps. How to buy a flattering winter coat or strike up a conversation with that hottie from homeroom? Most likely. Narrator told her story to Senior Editor Jessica Press) recounts the beginnings of her relationship with in which a misdirected text message led to marathon phone conversations and, finally, a first date. revealed that he wore bandages around his chest because of a basketball injury, writes Press. we made out, he never let me see him with his shirt off or touch me the belt.’ Still, fell in love, and their relationship lasted through Christmas break of Derek first year of college,
fake handbags, when it dissolved over suspicions of infidelity. breakup didn go so well. Derek and his new flame came over to Sheri house to pick up the stuff he left there, Sheri in his girlfriend face, threatening to hurt her if she didn leave the house. That when threw me on the couch, yelling at me to stop. She broke free,
cheap replica michael kors, running to a neighbor and calling the police who arrived at the scene and identified as head started spinning, writes Press. the one hand, it felt like everything made sense the bandages around Derek body, his excuses for not wanting to get physical. On the other,
michael kors outlet online store, it felt like my whole first love was a lie. he denied, at the time, that he was born female, Derek text messaged Sheri months later to confess and apologize. When she called him,
fashion bags, said that even though physically he is a girl, he felt like a guy his whole life, and he was waiting until he turned 18 and could have surgery to officially become one. Sheri says that she might have stayed with Derek had he told her the truth from the get go, the fact that he lied to me for so long when I given him my secrets, and my heart, was unforgivable. Autumn Sandeen at Pam House Blend points out, there are positive points to the story: does, for instance, use the pronoun to refer to Derek throughout the body of the piece. But the headline is nothing short of heinous. To say boyfriend turned out to be a girl! is to deny a transman male identity and imply that to suggest otherwise is to lie. And a blurred out photo of the couple, captioned with the scrawled words was actually a she!, is even more offensive. Sandeen writes:

The point is that the Seventeen editor for this story chose to portray female to male trans youth as really girls and by extension male to female trans youth are really boys. In the way the story was presented, it portrayed all trans people as being deceptive liars and is their word, not mine. Trans people, and many others in and out of LGBT community, know that genitalia and the gender markers on identification documents don always tell the full gender story of an individual.

She quotes the GLAAD Media Guide Transgender Glossary, which warns journalists that identity is an integral part of a person identity. Please do not characterize transgender people as as other people, or as to be, or as a man or a woman. Such descriptions are extremely insulting. is careful to note that she isn saying Derek was but a jerk and I agree that he should have been honest about his anatomy much earlier in the relationship. (It should go without saying that his behavior in Sheri house after their breakup was entirely inexcusable.) But a single teenager poor decisions don excuse the article serious lack of empathy for trans youth as a group. Couldn Seventeen have found a way to make us understand Derek plight as anything but selfish deception (or included a companion first person piece from a trans teen perspective)? For him, coming out to friends and love interests could have meant anything from rejection to violence. As Queerty puts it, the piece sends message that FTMs are out there to biological women into relationships without any acknowledgment that, hey, there might be some transgender readers of Seventeen and,
michael kors outlet store, hey, they might be having a pretty miserable go of things too. I don believe that it was the magazine goal to indoctrinate young readers with anti trans prejudice, but this is a case where intentions matter less than effects.

Another troubling aspect of Seventeen article is a sidebar titled betrayal, which collects quotes from three other girls who were by a guy. And guess what? one is a case of outright (and sometimes skin crawlingly creepy) lying, from a perv! a druggie! a dad! Does the magazine really want to conflate the plight of scared, confused trans teens with the tale of a boyfriend who was secretly trolling for threesomes on Craigslist?

So, how can Seventeen undo the damage it done and make amends with the rightfully offended LGBT Trans activist Ariel Bustamante has started a Facebook campaign that encourages angry readers to a letter to the editor ( expressing your opinion about the article, the implications it has, and ask them to put an apology in one of their next 2 issues. Sandeen agrees, and adds, go further Seventeen owes us a story about trans youth that doesn sensationalize them as deceivers and liars [and] about what trans youth go through when they go to schools. Sounds about right to me.

one more victory in the new way of eating

one more victory in the new way of eating

Young chefs, heavily stamped passports, small plates, unclothed tables, tattoos, Zone Two Tube stops, fizzing lactic acid, S butter, no offal left unturned, seeds and weeds, ponderous stoneware, recherch wines, obscure music tracks, approachable bills; it’s commonplace now. And thank the Lord for that.

After opening The Dairy and The Manor in Clapham, amiable Irish chef Robin Gill has just opened his third restaurant,
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Paradise Row is a Georgian terrace apparently named in recognition of the occupation of streetwalkers who once plied their trade. A blue plaque at No 3 commemorates Daniel Mendoza Pugilist 1764 1836, "English Champion who proudly billed himself as Mendoza the Jew". He lived there when writing The Art of Boxing. Further along, railway arches now house bars and restaurants including Mother Kelly’s (remember her doorstep down Paradise Row?), the wine driven Mission,
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In fine weather we had that last week the busy forecourts thrumming with the babble of enjoyment and no traffic to speak of cars just get stuck make the address apposite. The welcome from another Dubliner, who says her name is Coco, when we arrive late and consequently flustered is in the manner that St Peter would extend to a virgin, but warmer.

Typically Gill: rabbit for the table (Picture: Jonathan Thompson)

Robin Gill is on hand and so is head chef Simon Woodrow, who has worked at The Dairy and before that at Arbutus with Anthony Demetre. We decide to eat la carte because it seems flightier. You have to be in a serious or even slightly dogged frame of mind to broach an eight course including the bread tasting menu wherever offered.

The homemade sourdough is sensational. With a chubby cylinder of smoked whisky butter sitting in a puddle of its whey,
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Here, there is only one slight miss in the dishes tried a pre meal freebie of sourpuss pea pure served with radishes and homemade potato crisps. Paper thin sheets of kohlrabi arranged like loosely folded linen cover a heap of clean white Cornish crab meat mixed with raw apple and zested with grilled lemon, the juices coalescing into an ideal tingling dressing. Chunks of grilled sweetcorn, the char challenging the innate sweetness of the kernels, are offset by a creamy sauce studded with the crack of hemp seeds. Those dishes come from under the heading Snacks priced from 5 7.50.

From Garden (7.50 8.50) quartered small globe artichokes, padron peppers, and fresh curd in a herb and chilli salsa are a paean of praise to the tonic and reward in food’s bitter flavours. Sea (9.50 11) washes in Lady Hamilton (one of the Helford fleet of day boats) cod with clams, courgettes, and herb oil and Applewood smoked eel, Norfolk Peer potatoes, seaweed and mousseron mushrooms. Presumably the eels are farmed from wild juveniles but the creatures do spawn in the sea. In any event, both assemblies are imaginative, poetic.

That night we ignore Land (11.50 12) but I note the absolutely brilliant, typically Gill, concept of Picnic at 48 a whole rabbit for the table served as roast saddle, confit leg, pastry turn over, offal and belly "scratchings". Returning for lunch with three pals we Snack and Garden first Isle of Wight tomatoes, eel jelly,
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Alex Whyte and Damiano Fiamma from Tutto Wines instil vibrancy and unearthing into the wine list. Paradise Garage, the New York discotheque that opened in 1977, becoming the derivation of garage music, presumably influences the soundtrack. In restaurant form, this Garage (or railway arch) is one more victory in the new way of eating.

Manmohan was ‘overprotective’ of Ministers

Manmohan was ‘overprotective’ of Ministers

Singh had not up for his Cabinet colleagues.

The allegation that he bowed to the wishes of party president Sonia Gandhi has been made in two recent books written by former media adviser to the PM, Sanjaya Baru, and former Foreign Minister Natwar Singh. haven read Sanjaya Baru or Natwar Singh book, said Ms. Singh, the funny thing is some people say the exact opposite that my father was over protective of his ministers. During the years 2009 2012, Dr. Singh also faced severe criticism for allowing several ministers accused of corruption to continue in their posts.

Unlike the other recently published books about Dr. Singh,
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And despite the strain in ties between Ms. Narasimha Rao, Ms. Singh also says Dr. Singh visited his former boss think he even sought Rao sahib advice after, or maybe just before he was sworn in. Singh portrays her parents on the basis of interviews with them conducted over the past five years, and Dr. Singh letters to friends during his student years.

In a rare glimpse into a younger Dr. Singh, she portrays his inability to afford more than a bar of Cadbury chocolate to eat all day when studying at the UK Cambridge University,
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was absolutely delighted to know my father had thought about a girl, any girl, when he was a student. Was there a romance? I hope so, she added.

While Ms. Singh contends that the book is more a discovery of her parents than a defence of Dr. Singh, the book does focus on explaining his political achievements and failures, from economic reforms in 1991 to his attempt at standing from the South Delhi seat in 1999, which she said her mother opposed. Ms. Singh also gave an unprecedented account of the difficulties of being a public figure daughter.

In an excerpt from the book available with The Hindu, Ms. Singh recounts the negative reactions to Dr. Singh economic reforms, while she worked at a non profit organisation. was the most miserable year of my professional life. When my father took off on the road to reforms, my colleagues were outraged. They rudely cut me off in staff meetings and refused to have anything to do with me, she writes.

At another point, Ms. Singh is brutally honest, as she admits to suffering a breakdown when Dr. Singh lost the Lok Sabha election in 1999. appeared that my breakdown was triggered by events but was not caused by them,
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Olympic Figure Skating Performances

Olympic Figure Skating Performances

Triple salchow, double toe loop, triple axel amateur viewers of Olympic figure skating probably don’t know the difference, but everyone can recognize something spectacular. As the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi are about to begin, these are the on ice moments that still set the standard for figure skating perfection.

Dorothy Hamill’s 1976 Free Skate in Innsbruck

19 year old Hamill rose above expectations to win gold with this final skate in Innsbruck, Austria, ending the performance of a lifetime with her signature "Hamill camel" move, a camel spin into a sit spin (at 3:56).

Tara Lipinski’s 1998 Free Skate in Nagano

15 year old Tara became the youngest skater to ever earn Olympic gold with her 1998 free skate. She beat out favorite Michelle Kwan,
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Brian Boitano’s 1988 Long Program in Calgary

At the 1988 Winter Olympics, Boitano found himself pitted against Canadian Brian Orser in what the media dubbed "The Battle of the Brians." With the pair tied after the compulsory figures and the short program, the third and final performance, the long program, would decide which Brian brought home gold. Boitano took the ice first, landed eight triple jumps,
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Tenley Albright’s 1956 Skate in Cortina d’Ampezzo

No American woman had won a gold medal in figure skating until Tenley Albright in Italy. She had contracted polio as a child and had suffered an ankle injury a mere 12 days before the 1956 Olympic Games. But her grace and finesse on the ice in Cortina d’Ampezzo, skating to Jacques Offenbach’s "The Tales of Hoffmann," earned her America’s first women’s gold.

Nancy Kerrigan’s 1994 Free Skate in Lillehammer

Just seven weeks after she was attacked by an unknown assailant who would later be identified as a man hired by Tonya Harding’s husband Jeff Gillooly, and bodyguard Shawn Eckardt, Kerrigan hit the ice with all eyes on her and skated one of the best performances of her career. Performing before Oksana Baiul in a frothy Vera Wang costume, Nancy skated a near flawless performance and finished second by the narrowest of margins for silver.

Scott Hamilton’s 1984 Long Program in Sarajevo

A favorite heading into the 1984 Winter Olympics,
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Michelle Kwan’s 1998 Free Skate in Nagano

Kwan was a national favorite heading into the 1998 Winter Olympics. She was first after the short program, heading into the free skate. And like her main competition, Tara Lipinski, she completed seven triple jumps in her performance,
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Dick Button’s 1948 Skate in St. Moritz

Button was the first American figure skater to win gold, taking home the medal in Switzerland after becoming the first skater ever to land a double axel in an Olympic competition (at 0:15). and only two days after he successfully did one for the first time in practice.

Peggy Fleming’s 1968 Free Skate in Grenoble

With the tragic 1961 death of the entire US delegation to the world figure skating championships still fresh, Fleming brought glory back to American figure skating at the 1968 Winter Olympics. Her free skate performance wasn’t flawless as ESPN notes, she turned a double axel into a single but her high score in the earlier compulsory figures pushed her ahead and earned her America’s only gold in figure skating that year.

Sarah Hughes’ 2002 Free Skate in Salt Lake City

With Russia’s Irina Slutskaya and Michelle Kwan ahead of her, Sarah Hughes pulled off what many deemed an upset to win gold at the 2002 Winter Olympics. She did so with this flawless free skate, in which she completed two triple triple combinations, a triple salchow triple loop (at 1:55) and a triple toe triple loop (at 3:22), and earned the gold medal.

Evan Lysacek’s 2010 Free Skate in Vancouver

Lysacek stole gold with this free skate performance in Vancouver in 2010 despite the fact that his competition, Evgeni Plushenko of Russia, completed quadruple jumps in both his short and long programs. Lysacek lacked quad jumps in both, but the quality of this free skate performance earned him gold. As the Washington Post put it, it was "a victory for artistry over acrobatics."

Tiffany Chin’s 1984 Short Program in Sarajevo

Despite being repeatedly (and annoyingly) pegged a "china doll" by the press, Tiffany Chin, the first Asian American woman to win a national figure skating title, performed masterfully at the 1984 Olympics. She was an underdog, placing 12th in the initial compulsory figures. But her high score in the short program catapulted her to second, and she finished fourth place overall, just shy of a medal.

Kristi Yamaguchi’s 1992 Free Skate in Albertville

Kristi was seen as no match for Japan’s Midori Ito, the first woman to ever land a triple axel in competition and Yamaguchi’s competition at the 1992 Winter Olympics. But after errors in Ito’s Olympic performance, Yamaguchi skated for the gold in her free skate that kicked off with a triple lutz triple toe loop combo (at 0:29) and didn’t look back. It wasn’t perfect, but this performance earned her the gold medal.

Sasha Cohen’s 2006 Short Program in Torino

She ended up winning silver in 2006, not gold as she’d hoped. But this energetic short performance, her first at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Italy, was nearly perfect with a great triple flip (at 0:53) and smooth artistic sequences, and it put her just ahead of Russia’s Irina Slutskaya, in position to medal.