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Tento sempre ser educado com os trabalhadores dos call centers, quando me ligam uma vez por outra sem eu lhes pedir para tentarem vender produtos que não me interessam. Sinceramente, vou ter ainda mais cuidado daqui para a frente. Sabia que era mau mas é mau demais.
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Comecei a trabalhar, num callcenter, na linha da NOS em Setembro de 2014. Fui contratada pela EMPRECEDE, uma empresa fantasma com o único objectivo de servir de intermediário à Teleperformance no recrutamento de recursos humanos. Uma empresa com 7000€ de capital social e mais de 1000 ...
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verdade mesmo!
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A Comuna - [Daniel Cardoso] Costumo dizer que a masculinidade – ou, vá lá, a minha masculinidade – é como um chouriço. Os chouriços são invólucros vazios, mais ou menos disformes, onde se vão enfiando coisas. Quanto mais recheio se coloca lá dentro, mais definida fica a forma – mas há um limite, ...
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Retrato. <br />Modelo: Simoneta Vicente <br />Make-up: Catarina Reis
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My Spivak is bigger than yours: (Mis-)representations of polyamory in the Portuguese LGBT movement and mononormative rhetorics

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In this paper, I seek to contextualize the fight for the (already accomplished) legal recognition of same-sex marriage in Portugal within the wider frame of LGBT activism in this country (Cascais, 2006), and in the interplay of several differently positioned activists. Within this frame, I will analyze how the theoretical work of Miguel Vale de Almeida (2008), in seeking to legitimize the fight for monogamous same-sex marriage, seems to have engaged in identitary Othering and misrepresentation vis-à-vis polyamory. Such misrepresentation is contingent to the non-empirical confounding of polyamory and polygamy, along with the essentializing of gendered dynamics in intimate relationships, and the erasure of lesbian and gay ethical non-monogamous relationships. Thus, by deploying similar straw-men fallacies as those used by conservatives to fight against LGBT rights, polyamory is (apparently) successfully critiqued and shown to have to subsume or silence itself to an alleged strategic essentialism required for passing legislation in favor of same-sex marriage.

This paper concludes with a reflection of the (political) dangers of petitioning for silence of Othered identities, and how such petitions are based on the same identitary violence and disciplining that LGBT movements have been trying to fight for decades, and that draws on homonationalism, homonormativity and heterosexual privileges to affirm itself.
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My Spivak is bigger than yours: (Mis-)representations of polyamory in the Portuguese LGBT movement and mononormative rhetorics

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In this paper, I seek to contextualize the fight for the (already accomplished) legal recognition of same-sex marriage in Portugal within the wider frame of LGBT activism in this country (Cascais, 2006), and in the interplay of several differently positioned activists. Within this frame, I will analyze how the theoretical work of Miguel Vale de Almeida (2008), in seeking to legitimize the fight for monogamous same-sex marriage, seems to have engaged in identitary Othering and misrepresentation vis-à-vis polyamory. Such misrepresentation is contingent to the non-empirical confounding of polyamory and polygamy, along with the essentializing of gendered dynamics in intimate relationships, and the erasure of lesbian and gay ethical non-monogamous relationships. Thus, by deploying similar straw-men fallacies as those used by conservatives to fight against LGBT rights, polyamory is (apparently) successfully critiqued and shown to have to subsume or silence itself to an alleged strategic essentialism required for passing legislation in favor of same-sex marriage.

This paper concludes with a reflection of the (political) dangers of petitioning for silence of Othered identities, and how such petitions are based on the same identitary violence and disciplining that LGBT movements have been trying to fight for decades, and that draws on homonationalism, homonormativity and heterosexual privileges to affirm itself.
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that court case was a joke, the exclusive source of poly women accepted to testify when they were considering if the anti-polygamy stance was constitutional at all, ... only from mormon communs, ... so the judge had no input from those living in normal society and made his ruling accordingly given the limited biased information provided by the acceptable witnesses. ... TOTAL BS if you ask me.
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In this paper, I seek to contextualize the fight for the (already accomplished) legal recognition of same-sex marriage in Portugal within the wider frame of LGBT activism in this country (Cascais, 2006), and in the interplay of several differently positioned activists. Within this frame, I will analyze how the theoretical work of Miguel Vale de Almeida (2008), in seeking to legitimize the fight for monogamous same-sex marriage, seems to have engaged in identitary Othering and misrepresentation vis-à-vis polyamory. Such misrepresentation is contingent to the non-empirical confounding of polyamory and polygamy, along with the essentializing of gendered dynamics in intimate relationships, and the erasure of lesbian and gay ethical non-monogamous relationships. Thus, by deploying similar straw-men fallacies as those used by conservatives to fight against LGBT rights, polyamory is (apparently) successfully critiqued and shown to have to subsume or silence itself to an alleged strategic essentialism required for passing legislation in favor of same-sex marriage.

This paper concludes with a reflection of the (political) dangers of petitioning for silence of Othered identities, and how such petitions are based on the same identitary violence and disciplining that LGBT movements have been trying to fight for decades, and that draws on homonationalism, homonormativity and heterosexual privileges to affirm itself.
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For Portuguese speakers, an academic presentation on media representations of #BDSM and #fetishism in the Portuguese press - this 29th, in Lisbon.
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É já dia 29, em Lisboa!
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Interesting strategies, thank you for sharing!

A few years ago I co-authored a paper dealing with how polyamory might help empower women from a feminist perspective. Thought you might like to skim it.
http://danielscardoso.net/index.php/pt/academia/conferencias/77-ptwebsite/academia/79-esa2009ccc
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Estudante do Doutoramento de Ciências da Comunicação na Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
Mestre em Ciências da Comunicação - Cultura Contemporânea e Novas Tecnologias. Tese: "Amando vári@s", sobre poliamor.
Colaborador do Projecto EU Kids Online.
Professor Assistente na Universidade Lusófona.

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PhD student of Communication Sciences at the New University of Lisbon.
Master of Communication Sciences - Contemporary Culture and New Technologies. Thesis: "Loving many"; on polyamory.
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Member of he Media and Journalism Research Centre.
Assistant Professor at the Lusófona University.

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    PhD in Communication Sciences, 2010 - present
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    Master in Communication Sciences, 2009 - 2011
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