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But Gila and Avi’s 9 Michael Aram “Botanical Leaf” model has opened our eyes to the wedding-guest-extorting possibilities of this lowly device. What turns our stomach a bit is the groom’s condescending attitude toward his bride, evidenced by how he says he rationalized their age difference on their first date (he was 23 at the time; she was 18): “It may seem like we come from two different worlds in terms of education and exposure, but I saw her as an angel, a 100 percent good person.” What? – Caroline — whose wedding gown was g-g-g-gorgeous, by the way (click here for a better picture) — graduated from Harvard and has a MPA from Princeton and a JD from Columbia.

She works at the Office of Legal Policy at the Justice Department.

Today’s so-called trolling is the opposite: it is an explicit part of these power dynamics; a reactionary force desperate to stop the world from changing in this way.

While I find his argument convincing, I think it excludes a prevailing reason for why trolling has escalated to the point where we’re seeing constant news headlines concerning the day-to-day discussion on 4chan: The media has taken an interest in it.

It’s yet another iteration of that ancient cliché, ‘men are interested in ideas and women are interested in people’.

What’s wrong is the belief that this is a distinctive and universal female trait.My super power would be to know the resonant frequency of a thing as soon as look at it, and have the range of movement in my hands such that I could match those frequencies. Perhaps if I could shiver the surface of my body correctly and variously, I could create micro currents and micro vacuums in the air just touching me, every skin cell tacking into the wind.(Other super powers I would like.) For example I would place my hands on the trunk of a cedar and vibrate my palms at resonance. Then I would swim through them and on them, like stepping stones, like pinball, like progress and careers and love and life, like falling upwards.Why are ‘ideas’ and ‘people’ presented as mutually exclusive options? James Watson’s book certainly did: subtitled ‘A personal account of the discovery of the structure of DNA’, it’s both a gripping narrative of scientific problem-solving, and a story about, as the blurb on Amazon’s website puts it, ‘brilliant scientists with great gifts, very human ambitions and bitter rivalries’.Yet somehow it’s remained an article of faith that men aren’t interested in personal stuff, and that women are interested in nothing else.

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