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“Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke – joke or dangerous?

Yesterday, my sister drew my attention to this video on YouTube. Watch it all the way through, if you can bear it. My sister works as a therapist, counselling children and young adults. She views this song as one of … Continue reading

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Abuse of power by Christian GP

Another story has emerged today about a GP who decided to talk about his personal religious faith with a patient, leading the patient’s mother to complain about his conduct. Listening to the GP himself talking on the radio this lunchtime, … Continue reading

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For Crying Out Loud

I’ve just watched a really fascinating documentary called “For Crying Out Loud” which was on BBC4 last week, where Jo Brand explored why it is that she doesn’t cry easily. This really struck a chord with me, as until fairly … Continue reading

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