The voices of the abused emerge raw and bleak from pages to of Volume V of the Report of the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse. They told their stories to an interviewing team. Although we spent only a few hours with you, meeting you and listening to your stories was a moving and enriching experience for all of us. We felt privileged and honoured that you trusted us with such intensely personal and private experiences. I was locked in a dark room.
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T he revelations in a new American report on pubic grooming just keep on coming. Evict it, extract it, uproot it, remove it. Perhaps you too keep a pube-free home, and pride yourself on a paved front lawn, so to speak. Why did I write that?
R ecently I took my dad to see a student production of "The Vagina Monologues" by Eve Ensler, and I was a teensy bit afraid -- though not for the reasons you might suspect. When I was a teenager -- long before I became a clit-militant activist -- my father took me to plenty of bohemian poetry jams and performances, so I've been seated next to him many times before listening to pussy-positive feminists raving at the mike. We are of like minds on the subject of assertive female sexuality. No, I told him, "I'm a bit scared that this play might turn out to be politically correct, in the old-fashioned, Ms. For starters, as catchy as Ensler's title is, I must say that when I think of the heart of women's sexuality, I don't think of the V-word.
Public humiliation was often used by local communities to punish minor and petty criminals before the age of large, modern prisons imprisonment was long unusual as a punishment, rather a method of coercion. This involved a variety of methods, most often placing a criminal in the center of town and having the local populace enact a form of " mob justice " on the individual. The punishment of public humiliation could range from anything to an offender being forced to relate his crime Such as by exaggerated physical parody, a 'shame flute ' for a bad musician or a giant rosary for someone late to church Applications of the 'poetical justice' principle of mirror punishment. The offender could alternatively be sentenced to remain exposed in a specific public place, in a restraining device.