Thursday 28 April 2016

Links 28/4/16

Pop Culture and Politics:

A brief history of Denaturalisation

Not sure where to file this, but - real men reading abusive tweets to female sports journalists. Profoundly uncomfortable, as it should be. 

Also, this feels like it fits into the same theme - how to make very individual (if generational) experiences comprehensible to people who have never had that experience, and therefore constantly misunderstand, wrongly evaluate and confuse everything. This is what it is like finding a job when you're Gen Y

Better Call Saul is an excellent show, and more grounded in human characters than its parent - "Mostly what the two series share is a high tolerance for ambiguity and the extreme contradictions that can exist within a single person."

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