Ex-Cons in a Pandemic Job Market

06/29/2021 Colin McGregor 0

You wouldn’t think that there’d be much hope for someone in their 40s or 50s with a criminal record, who’s been in jail for a decade or more, of piercing the job market. Prejudices against ex-cons; the blinding flurry of new technologies that long-term prisoners […] See more

The Controversial Doll Houses

06/21/2021 The Social Eyes 0

In 2015, upset at how human-machine sexual relations were being normalized in society, Kathleen Richardson and Erik Brilling created the Against Sex Robots campaign. They argue that robots encourage the objectification of women and children, as well as not respecting the concept of consent. They […] See more

Phases of the Mourning Process; Protest

06/04/2021 Raymond Viger 2

This phase can come about very quickly if the first phase (shock) is particularly long. The mourner searches for reasons why the death came about. When those answers don’t readily appear then anger, rage and resentment can ensue, not to mention shame and guilt. The […] See more