Friday The 13th and Islamophobia

Friday The 13th and Islamophobia

I’ll be honest, I’m not even sure how to start this article…and I guess that’s about as good a way to begin as any.

The attacks on the people of Paris were a horrific act that left over 140 people dead, and many more injured. It was only one of the many terrible things that happened on November 13, 2015.

To highlight them all, so we can pay them all proper condolence, here they are:

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Combating Ignorance : Anita Sarkeesian, ISIS, and Muslims.

Combating Ignorance : Anita Sarkeesian, ISIS, and Muslims.

Heads up people, as this blog post is going to seem pretentious to some of you. As a disclaimer, I will say up front that I am no better, or no worse than anyone else, in the sense of being partially to blame for some of the ignorant behavior I’m going to be talking about, and refuting. I also want to say that though I may have participated in some of this at one point or another, I’ve grown past it and have learned what kind of indirect damage some of these things can cause, and the truth behind them. Due to the length of this article, I won’t be able to use too many examples, but enough for you to get the picture.

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#UnpopularOpinionNight … Some Unpopular Opinions of My Own

Unpopular Opinion Night….Wow.

What a Hashtag. And though it is a bit of an earful, mouthful, eyeful – whatever the Hell you want to call it – I kind of like the idea. There are a lot of unpopular opinions out there, and though some opinions are becoming less taboo than they used to be, there are still a lot of issues we have in this world that need be addressed. Some of the opinions are unpopular, and some of them can be agreed on by anybody who can look passed their own pride and inner circle to see two plus two equals four.

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