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Por cRoPLjnkJmPqX
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Hace 5 años

Jun10Melissa I have to agree mostly with what you have wtertin. I do read mamamia (Mia Freedman's blog) and have also read and wtertin comments to articles posted there. However, I have not seen what I would consider vitriol like you describe.As papers/magazines have Editors to work the content prior to print, blogs have Moderators who have special access rights and can act as Administrator over the blog content. The difference being that editors change PRIOR to print but blog content is only removed POST the print (as it were).Another important difference (I think) to note is that papers if they print something they shouldn't they can only retract it/apologise in later editions. Leaving the original there forever to possibly be read in isolation from the retraction. When content is removed from Blogs NO more people can read it.As to how much writers should expose themselves in past times it wasn't uncommon to write under a pen name. I don't see the problem with doing it these days if you know some members of your reading public may react inappropriately, regarding something you wrote about, toward you or your family/friends .


Por iwtPdsNvinSxpXakDZE
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Hace 5 años

Who thought this bill was a good idea? The anaillppg thing is that reinstat[ing] the right of religious organisations to restrict employment only to those who shared their beliefs is apparently supported by so many politicians, and the vote was so close. if Mary Wooldridge had been a little faster, we would have had the opposite.This kind of belief-based discrimination is used in the real world to give power to their prejudice, e.g. catholic organisations refusing to hire gays, even catholic gays. Although my mind boggles as to why any GLBT would remain catholic in today's world.In parliament, we need much less voting along party lines. We need to write more legislation which can be acceptable to most of the sitting members.Finally, it looks like the Victorian gov't is going to try this bill again; if not in this session then in the next.


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