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  • unlikelyfalconrhythms
    05.04.2021 - 1 year ago

    Romanticized violation of negative freedoms... Well that’s a mouthful.

    Don’t cause confusion with terms please. Thank you. But if you have to, please at least be consistent with your confusion. I’m not a fan of the cultural criticism term ‘toxic masculinity’ cause it blurrs the meaning of the word, guilt-trips men and ties the word too much to gender. How about we call it *Violation of a person’s negative freedoms (see Kant about ‘negative freedom’ =the person’s right to be away from others’ attention, the person’s freedom away from humoring others) romanticized by media (historically associated with male-centeredness of perspectives of the media)* That MUST be more clear and intelligible. Nice and concise. Short and simple, eh? I dunno. I know ‘toxic masculinity’ means other things too but I may get back to this and come up with even longer definition.

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  • stereoculturesociety
    03.11.2017 - 4 years ago

    CultureTRIBUTE: Colin Kaepernick 30th Birthday (b. 11/3/87)

    A King. He's become a cultural icon and he will be remembered as a historical figure in early 21st century America. Happy birthday, Kaep. Thank you.

    #stand with kaep #stand with kaepernick #culturehistory#birthdays #black lives matter #i cant breathe #culturetribute
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  • stereoculturesociety
    11.10.2017 - 4 years ago

    CultureHISTORY· #SportsProtests 2017 (Slyngstad Cartoons) From Slavery to the Civil Rights Movement to Black Lives Matter. The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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  • stereoculturesociety
    11.10.2017 - 4 years ago

    CultureHISTORY: #45 (October 2017) 

    “... a half dozen prominent Republicans and Trump advisers... all describe a White House in crisis as advisers struggle to contain a president that seems to be increasingly unfocused and consumed by dark moods.” - Vanity Fair

    Awesome. Everything is fine (ps - he’s gonna get us all killed). 

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  • stereoculturesociety
    09.10.2017 - 4 years ago

    CultureHOLIDAY: Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2017

    #NeverForget

    #cultureholiday #native american history #indigenious peoples day #cultureLA#culturehistory
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  • stereoculturesociety
    04.10.2017 - 4 years ago

    CultureHISTORY: America & Terrorism 2017

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  • stereoculturesociety
    02.10.2017 - 4 years ago

    CultureHISTORY: Las Vegas Massacre - October 2017

    Hello darkness, my old friend...

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  • stereoculturesociety
    29.04.2017 - 5 years ago

    CultureHISTORY: The Los Angeles Uprising - 25th Anniversary (Pt. 2) - April 29, 2017

    Photos and captions via the Los Angeles Times, LA Daily News, AP and CBS News. (Pt 1)

    April 30, 1992 National Guardsman stands at alert near graffiti that spells out support for Rodney King.

    Cornelius Pettus, owner of Payless market, throws a bucket of water on the flames at next-door business Ace Glass on 4/30/1992. Hyungwon Kang / Los Angeles Times.

    Two Korean men stand on the roof of a grocery store with rifles to prevent looters from entering the store. April 30, 1992, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/John Gaps III)

    Tony Meeks, left, loads a pistol to help Norman Simples protect his store at Vermont and Manchester avenues while they wait for help from the National Guard on May 1, 1992.

    An LAPD officer trains his weapon on men arrested for looting as a State Police officer handcuffs one of them on 5/1/1992 on Martin Luther King Blvd. near Vermont Avenue.

    May 1, 1992 -- "Can't we all just get along?" - Rodney King meets the press outside his lawyer's office in Beverly Hills . King asked that the killing, looting and destruction that his case against the LAPD caused would stop.

    "This man approached a line of police officers and gave them conciliatory words, telling them that they had no idea how angry the people in his community had become." - May 1, 1992. (Photo by John McCoy / Los Angeles Daily News)

    Actor Edward James Olmos uses a dumpster and broom in an effort to start cleaning up in South Central Los Angeles on May 1, 1992. (AP Photo/John Gaps III)

    Bobby Wade holds a sign asking for peace at the corner of Pico Blvd. and Fairfax on 5/1/1992.

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  • stereoculturesociety
    29.04.2017 - 5 years ago

    CultureHISTORY: The Los Angeles Uprising - 25th Anniversary (Pt. 1) - April 29, 2017 

    Photos and captions via the Los Angeles Times, LA Daily News, AP and CBS News. (Pt. 2)

    "We will not rest" A protestor at Parker Center. April 29, 1992

    "Look what you created" - Shopping mall goes up in flames at the intersection of La Brea and Pico where someone with a spray can left a statement about violence. LA Times Photo Kirk McKoy

    Sandra Evers-Manley, president of Beverly Hills-Hollywood chapter of NAACP, appears to be praying as building burns the first night of the riots. Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times

    Fires rage on both sides of Western Avenue along Santa Monica Blvd. in Hollywood at about 6pm 4/30/1992. Ken Lubas / Los Angeles Times

    A man flees from a looted sporting goods store at Vermont and 1st Street as LAPD officers arrive on April 30, 1992.

    A National Guardsman stands guard in a burned out business area at Vermont Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles, April 30, 1992 during the second day of rioting in the city. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

    LA County Sheriffs surround alleged looters on Vermont at ML King Blvd. Taken 4/30/92 Photo/Art by Steve Dykes Los Angeles Times

    An LAPD officer falls while chasing a suspected looter on Vermont near MLK Boulevard on April 30, 1992. The man was caught and subdued soon after. Steve Dykes / Los Angeles Times

    LAPD officers stand guard as fire units battle a blaze near 19th Street and Adams Boulevard on April 30, 1992.

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  • stereoculturesociety
    18.03.2017 - 5 years ago

    CultureHISTORY - #45 & German Chancellor Angela Merkel 

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  • stereoculturesociety
    12.12.2016 - 5 years ago

    CultureHISTORY: The Hispanic New Mexicans Photo series - (1981-1983)

    From photographer Kevin Bubriski’s new book, “Look into My Eyes: Nuevomexicanos por Vida.”

    #culturehistory #black and white photography #vintage new mexico #Hispanic heritage#vintage brown#vintage hispanic
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  • stereoculturesociety
    24.11.2016 - 5 years ago

    CultureSOUL: President Obama #TheFinalYear - 2016 Presidential Medal Of Freedom Recipients - The African Americans

    Diana Ross

    Michael Jordan

    Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

    Cicely Tyson

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  • stereoculturesociety
    19.11.2016 - 5 years ago

    CultureHISTORY: Caroline & John F. Kennedy Jr. - JFK Funeral, November 25, 1963

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  • stereoculturesociety
    09.10.2016 - 5 years ago

    CultureSPORTS: Colin Kaepernick - #AnthemProtests (October 2016)

    #colin kaepernick #i stand with kaepernick #culturesports#culturesoul#culturehistory#racism 2016 #black lives matter
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  • stereoculturesociety
    18.09.2016 - 5 years ago

    CultureHISTORY: Iranian woman, 1960

    Before the revolution.

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