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Undirectly related to this community, but https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/oathsworn/heroines-in-sensible-shoes-28mm-miniatures-for-rol?ref=hero_thanks
The half-orc barbarian is <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 !
The campaign stops in less 24 hours, so be quick if you want to grab her or other female dungeoners in sensible armor.
Tired of female miniatures in chainmail bikinis? We're making adventurers with realistic clothes and equipment...
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What the hell, Games Workshop actually remember that Sisters of Battle exists? I am very confused now.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=s3rV1-x9RyY
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+Jonathan Scott The day they finally release plastic sisters i picture myself shooting cash at gw like it's duke nukem 3d with infinite money cheat on.
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What the hell, Games Workshop actually remember that Sisters of Battle exists? I am very confused now.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=s3rV1-x9RyY
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Mise à jour - Après lecture de cet article, "Chronic 2 Bass" a tenu à préciser à metronews que certes, il dénonce ce qu'il appelle "le phénomène des beurettes" ("c'est-à-dire ces maghrébines qui tournent dans des clips de rap, dans des films porno et font de la télé réalité"). Il ajoute que ses prises de position ont conduit "à des clashs et des insultes, mais toujours sans violence." Quant au contenu des captures d'écran de la discussion Faceboo...
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Sa réponse sur Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/1112592598752758/videos/1114845441860807/
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Certains et certaines d’entre vous n’ont peut-être jamais connu l’éducation rigoureuse et contraignante d’une famille catholique extrémiste et c’est tant mieux. Pour ma part, j’ai été privé de...
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C'est fou toute cette imagerie crypto-pédo ou crypto-homo, mais je dois avoir l'esprit mal placé. À moins que... :)
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Amusing fact about Jesus I would never have thought off by myself.

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Première fois de ma vie que je diffuse une pub d'une chaîne de supermarchés.
Rien que d'imaginer la tête des illuminés de LMPT (Bisous Pécresse) en voyant le spot, c'était déjà un cadeau de Noël <3
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What the hell, Games Workshop actually remember that Sisters of Battle exists? I am very confused now.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=s3rV1-x9RyY
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Some text found on Facebook, by +Faisal Saeed Al Mutar 


It must be incredibly frustrating as an Islamic terrorist not to have your views and motives taken seriously by the societies you terrorize, even after you have explicitly and repeatedly stated them. Even worse, those on the regressive left, in their endless capacity for masochism and self-loathing, have attempted to shift blame inwardly on themselves, denying the terrorists even the satisfaction of claiming responsibility.
It's like a bad Monty Python sketch:
"We did this because our holy texts exhort us to to do it."
"No you didn't."
"Wait, what? Yes we did..."
"No, this has nothing to do with religion. You guys are just using religion as a front for social and geopolitical reasons."
"WHAT!? Did you even read our official statement? We give explicit Quranic justification. This is jihad, a holy crusade against pagans, blasphemers, and disbelievers."
"No, this is definitely not a Muslim thing. You guys are not true Muslims, and you defame a great religion by saying so."
"Huh!? Who are you to tell us we're not true Muslims!? Islam is literally at the core of everything we do, and we have implemented the truest most literal and honest interpretation of its founding texts. It is our very reason for being."
"Nope. We created you. We installed a social and economic system that alienates and disenfranchises you, and that's why you did this. We're sorry."
"What? Why are you apologizing? We just slaughtered you mercilessly in the streets. We targeted unwitting civilians - disenfranchisement doesn't even enter into it!"
"Listen, it's our fault. We don't blame you for feeling unwelcome and lashing out."
"Seriously, stop taking credit for this! We worked really hard to pull this off, and we're not going to let you take it away from us."
"No, we nourished your extremism. We accept full blame."
"OMG, how many people do we have to kill around here to finally get our message across?"

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Je suis bien triste que tu penses ça de moi.  Mais ce n'est pas grave, je te souhaite quand même un bon réveillons, et meilleurs vœux pour l'année à venir. Et puisque ce texte de Faisal Saeed Al Mutar t'a donné l'impression que j'étais « une pauvre petite conne raciste et dégoulinante de prétention», je te propose un autre texte, de Saba Farbodkia :




The comments made by Justin Trudeau and Stephen Harper have caused a national conversation to form about niqab. The fact that Stephen Harper can use this to collect votes shows that many Canadians do find niqab an anti-woman practice. Even many lefties express their support for Harper "on this one". So if there are so many people against this practice, how is that we don't hear much debates and conversations on this at other times? Is that because people rely on law to limit undesirable cultural practices?
But banning someone from doing something that doesn't harm anyone and is not against law is not the way to fight an anti-woman or oppressive practice. Talking about it, is.
And the fact that both the leaders of oppositions and the Prime Minister are trying to score political points using topics like this, alone, shows how much people care about the both sides of the debate. Still, topics like this are considered "too sensitive" to evoke conversations and debates around them in a systematic way. People join in these conversations, only when cases like Ishaq's turn into a political or legal issue.
As an international student who moved to Canada around three years and half ago from Iran, I sometimes think Canadians don't appreciate their right to freedom of expression as they should. Although they are legally free, a strongly politically correct culture bounds them by fears of being labeled as racist, Islamophobe, bigot and more.
As a "brown" woman whose fears of Islam (Islam as a set of ideas, as opposed to Muslims as people) are the rational result of her lived experience under the Islamic law, I have the privilege of being able to talk on this, without being afraid of being labeled as racist or Islamophobe. I can't also be accused of bigotry against Muslims,because, firstly, most Muslims don't wear niqab, and secondly, even if they did, criticizing a practice and the philosophy behind it is not equal to bigotry to people who do it.
Harper said niqab is an anti-woman practice, and he is right on that. Wearing niqab, whether inspired by the culture of modesty preached by Abrahamic religions, including Islam, which tends to control female sexuality while over-sexualizing the concept of female presence, or as a traditional culture which despite having no direct roots in religion, still dehumanizes individual women and segregates them from the rest, is an anti-woman culture. But so are the over-sexualized ads on the media, porn,and many other things none of which are illegal.
Harper also said it is offensive that someone wants to hide her identity at the very moment that she is joining a nation that values transparency and equality, and this is true as well. Wearing niqab is offensive to all the men present in that room, because its premise is that men are sexual predators that get sexually aroused by just looking at someone's face. It is offensive to all women everywhere, because its premise is that a woman's face or merely her non-segregated presence is sexually provocative.
But the right to offend is a direct result of freedom of expression. If a woman has these beleifs, she has all the right to express them, whether verbally or through what she does, as long as it is not illegal. And according to Canadian law, whether someone wants to be topless during her oath or wear a burqa, she should be free to choose so.
Trudeau is right in defending the right of a minority to make her choices. The debate on Ishaq's case is rightly centered around "choice", because here we are talking about laws and administration, and it is not their role to make people's decisions for them.
But we need to understand there is a need for bigger discussions on the topic which are centered on the practice itself, and the inequality that underlies the concept. It is important that liberals denounce the practice as anti-woman, while defending people's right to make their choices about it. Not banning it is one thing, celebrating it as a form of diversity is another. Because we don't need "diversity" in different forms that sexism can take. Canada needs to fight sexism, not import new forms of it to its mainstream culture, which is already fighting with many other forms of sexism.
And the way to fight an oppressive or offensive practice that doesn't break the law is by discussing it systematically, repeatedly, regularly. Not just when a public figure makes a news out of it.

Voila, bisou partout, et j'espère que la prochaine fois on pourra discuter sans anathèmes :).
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Hey, one of my favorite band ever just released a new track after a long time without anything new! Gonna goth hard :D. Give it a listen.
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