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Yoko Ono’s persistent ‘imagining’: Fewer hungry people in the world

Yoko Ono remembers the year she was hungry: 1945, the most shattering year in World War II for a young girl. To escape nightly bombing raids, she, her mother, and two siblings fled to the countryside outside Tokyo, where they lived among farmers and subsisted for months on rations.;  …

Friday Genius Ten “Unpretty” Edition

Silvana has an interesting follow-up to the explosion of anger following her hilarious rant on Dude Music. As follow-ups go—especially those that address a wave of men getting angry when they experience even a sliver of what many to most women consider a normal part of our everyday lives—this one…

Friday Genius Ten “New Wave Booty Shaking Weakness” Edition

I was really impressed by Cara’s four part piece on how the demonizing of Yoko Ono is a classic tale of how racism and sexism work out culture. Here’s the first part. Before you start flipping out and saying that you hate Yoko Ono for reasons that are pure and…

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