After a horrific accident put her in the tabloid headlines, Kate Stone found a way to take control of her narrative -- and help prevent others from losing their privacy, too. Learn how she reclaimed her story in this personal talk infused with humor and courage.
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not to get into the pronouns/gender discussion others have commented on....
whatever one feels about that, the statement that a a gender transition is LESS interesting than a shoe size is blatantly out of touch with reality. whether you're progressive or traditional regarding gender and transition, it's still, quite obviously, an interesting issue.
i'm amazed that statement got applause and laughter rather than confusion.
So the Sun thinks it's okay to violate privacy, but not okay to get mad if your privacy was violated? It's not "bigoted" to stand up for yourself against someone who sees you as a headline and not a human being. Just cause she was sneaky about it and polite, doesn't mean she wasn't trying to seek revenge.
Tbh, i reckon the daily mail is more of the uk's fox news than the sun. It focuses way more on politics than the sun, which whilst it will do a bit of politics, it cares way more about celebrity stories
This was a powerful talk, all of us on Earth would benefit from "identifying out inner bigotry" and working to overcome it. She transformed anger into kindness and the result was society taking a microscope to everyone's own mistakes and collaborating to make journalism more ethical, and the world a better place. Relating to and trying to understand our adversaries is one of the most difficult processes to begin and it's even harder to finish it successfully, but the potential benefits include preventing conflicts of every scale and intensity, including armed conflict. We should all be thanking this woman!
Thank you, Ms Stone, for having the strength not to lash out in blind anger under provocation like that, and to bring about something constructive from it - and then to share it with us here, in a culture in which far too many people consider voicing their own narrow and destructive perspective more important than simply treating you with respect.
Did someone claim you raped them 36 years ago with zero evidence & zero corroboration & then the press start calling for a kangaroo court, no due process & no presumption of innocence & the slander and defame you?
We need to support good writers and not click baity, sensationalist or simply plagiarized writing. There are so many people who say they’re tired of this kid of writing and reporting and yet that’s the most popular. Terrible writing is promoted on aggregate websites, on social media, and by word of mouth. When we decide to stop clicking on crap and use that time instead to read well thought out articles and essays then there will be a change for the better. The law of supply and demand applies to even this.
Do you and all but don't expect everyone is willing to call someone her with he parts and he vocal cords. Humans are naturally wired to distinguish genders. It's hard for many to tell the brain she when the brain says he. It's fighting your built in logic system wired to detect genders.
There is another scenario where people of a certain ilk write "inappropriate and negative" comments … calculated to influence people who read them … have you had a look at your NHS medical records lately? I told my practice nurse I was into Yoga and Mindfulness … and jokingly said I was: "Trying to reboot my brain". She left a comment in my medical records … "He says he is trying to reboot his brain." … no mention of Yoga and Mindfulness. I slipped over and broke my whilst whilst walking on a muddy common … the hospital note read: "Broken wrist … dishevelled". I had a minor, low-key disagreement with a nurse at a hospital clinic … my GP was told that I had had "an argument with the staff".
Sandra, That's why there are people trying to educate you on the subject so you can help build a better world.
There's a huge difference between benig unsure what pronoun to use and insisting on using the wrong one after being explicitely told that she is now a woman.
Trans go through a lot and have a much harder shell than you seem to think. As far as I know, all they're asking is the slightest bit of respect as every eprson should expect.
Jstarstudios so complicated - I think transgendered people will need to do a lot of work in therapy to not be triggered if someone calls them by their original gender. Because it will always happen. Because not everyone views this in the same way. Just reality.
Indeed, Allah orders justice and good conduct and giving to relatives and forbids immorality and bad conduct and oppression. He admonishes you that perhaps you will be reminded. (The Noble Qur'an. Surah An Nahl. Verse:90)
Know that the life of this world is but amusement and diversion and adornment and boasting to one another and competition in increase of wealth and children (The Noble Qur'an. Surah Hadid. Verse:20)
Every soul will taste death. Then to Us will you be returned. And those who have believed and done righteous deeds - We will surely assign to them of Paradise [elevated] chambers beneath which rivers flow, wherein they abide eternally. Excellent is the reward of the [righteous] workers. (The Noble Quran. Surah Al Ankabut. Verse 57-58)
Listen to the voice of the Noble Quran.
Maybe your life will be changed If God allows.
French : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVY8pwx9B74
That is Allah, your Lord; there is no deity except Him, the Creator of all things, so worship Him. And He is Disposer of all things.
( The Noble Quran. Surah Al An'am. Verse 102)
Had there been within the heavens and earth gods besides Allah, they both would have been ruined. So exalted is Allah, Lord of the Throne, above what they describe.
(The Noble Quran. Surah Al Anbya. Verse 22)
Only smart people know how to love.
So you've been deprived of love for the rest of your life.
The source of all love is our God.
Go back to your Lord and love him, and He will guide you to the right way.
So after death, the Day of Resurrection, Become one of the great reward of your Lord.
"Invite to the way of your Lord with wisdom and good instruction, and argue with them in a way that is best. Indeed, your Lord is most knowing of who has strayed from His way, and He is most knowing of who is [rightly] guided. (The Noble Quran. Surah An Naml. Verse 125)
(Most) news agencies are companies, they have customers and a profit motive.
If people decide they want facts over sensationalism, they will get that.
Most people prefer their flavor of sensationalism that supports their ideological world view.
They may be interrelated but there are important differences between governement, health, education, news and bussinesses. We don't really know what nature is up to and don't really know what the return might be from the time of treating someone. And how well a person is developed depends on environmental factors including informations received. Sensationalism is like a drug, so it's not what well informed customers really want. Even in a bussiness sense, there are more macro growth in supplying news that people really want and need.
It’s the law of supply and demand at work. As long as people are clicking on and sharing this kind of content then there will be more created. It’s what people actually want because that’s the crap they choose to consume.
Our tabloid press are deplorable, all of them are bad but the s*n and the mail in particular are truly evil publication which have caused devastating harm to society this past decade. Fucking mad story too a bloody stag ?!
Don't feed the troll OP. If he's not trolling, then l feel sorry for the OP for so firmly believing in lies, misinformation, and propaganda distributed by a pathological liar and clinically-diagnosable narcissist who actually cares very little for his own supporters, I mean his first big action was passing a corporate tax cut that will eventually disintegrate the federal budget that goes toward taking care of and defending his own political base/constituency. Trump is only looking out for one guy, himself, and that is abundantly clear to anyone who actually stop and thinks about the actions he takes every day. @J Black can you explain your rationale for why you believe "this" is "why we need Trump"? Or are just trolling to get a rise out of people because you take pleasure in seeing people get upset online?
Are you completely delusional? Trump LIVES for media sensationalism. He built his whole campaign on it - "lock her up", "build the wall", mocking disabled people, locking kids up in cages, etc, etc,. Short messages for dumb people like you to be able to digest. If from this talk you got that we need more trump you are quite stupid. The message is actually the exact opposite.
TheRealRobs E ... and trump’s never criticized a democrat. oh wait, he has!
again, your gullible mind is consuming & regurgitating someone else’s talking points.
you must have no confidence in your own intelligence, since you obviously prefer to parrot out somebody else.
Sechskies Eun Ji Won and rookie singers Lee Soo Hyun and Kim Eun Bi performed the third OST single titled "Love Song". The rookies, who are both training to debut in HYWY Entertainments girl group HYWY Girls, joined the veteran to sing about falling in love with an unlikely person. The rhythmic medium temp track is the perfect tune to make your spring days even brighter.
As a child, there was a portrait in our family home in Paris that I always loved. Today, it’s known as Maya with Doll – but to me it was just a portrait of my mother, albeit a remarkable one. “Your grandfather was a painter,” she would say, whenever the subject of the canvas, one of many that hung around the house, came up in discussion. It was only when I began school, and whispers about my heritage started to follow me, that I realised what an understatement that was. My grandfather was far more than a painter. He was the defining figure of 20th-century art – and, as I would learn later from years of academic study, a true genius. It was a revelation that would shape the course of my life in many ways. When Picasso died – in 1973, the year before I was born – he left behind 45,000 works, not to mention personal objects and correspondence.