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Tom Martin’s “anti-male discrimination” case against the London School of Economics dismissed; he responds by calling his critics “whores.”

Hard wooden chairs: Enemy of men?

Tom Martin, a former gender studies student at the London School of Economics, recently became a minor celebrity amongst Men’s Rights activists and other angry men when he sued his alma mater for alleged sexism against men.

He’s now had his case thrown out of court. Let’s go to the Camden New Journal for details:

Tom Martin, 39, who lives in Covent Garden, claimed he suffered “anti-male discrimination” while studying for a master’s degree in gender, media and culture at the world-famous university in Holborn.

Representing himself at his application for a trial at the Central London County Court on Tuesday, Mr Martin complained of a lack of men-only sessions in the university’s gym and the preponderance of posters in the corridors advertis­ing services for women without the presence of similar materials geared towards men.

Mr Martin, who describes himself as a feminist, said “hard” chairs in the library were uncomfortable for men and that a “male blaming culture” was evident in course materials, which “ignored men’s issues” and focused on wrongs done by them.

Damn those misandrist chairs and their man-hating hardness!

The judge didn’t buy it, saying Martin’s case had essentially no chance of success. He threw out the case and ordered Martin to pay LSE’s legal costs.

Martin, welcome to reality.

On Twitter, Martin responded to the news by calling his critics “whores.” One of many examples:

But I was really discriminated against, you whores!

More examples here, and here.

And, yes, his Twitter handle is indeed Sexismbusters.org.

EDITED TO ADD: Actual headline today on What Men are Saying About Women:

Tom Martin Faces Slut-Feminist Judge, Motion Denied..

EDITED AGAIN TO ADD: Tom Martin has replied to this post in the comments. Some highlights:

My legal complaint did NOT involve a complaint about the seating. You have been misled by the press – The Times and the West End Extra/Camden New Journal both mysteriously got it wrong.

One year prior to joining the university, when visiting its library, I did complain, that the seating being hard created a greater disadvantage for men than for women, as men have considerably smaller weight-bearing buttock pads than women, and men are heavier too – so for men, on average heavier than women, have more weight bearing down onto a pad which is approximately four times smaller than women’s on average – according to a BBC documentary on the subject.

He then details his attempts to fight this grave injustice. Also, there’s this:

[S]everal comments here are confusing ‘whore’ with ‘slut’. A slut has sex freely, which I am all for. Freedom of association is the ultimate in humanity. A whore charges for sex. Even if a woman is a virgin, but is waiting for Mr Right to buy her something, she’s a whore.

It’s counter-intuitive, but a lot of professional feminists are whores. They expect the government and men to do them special favours. They make up stories to convince men and government to believe that we all owe women something.

But really, if someone were keeping a tab, then…

Women owe men five years pension.
Women owe men some National Service.
Women owe men some inventions.
Women owe men positive discrimination in university curricula.
Women owe men some child access.
It’s women’s round at the bar too.

For the whole thing, see here.

For more charming quotes from Tom, see this post on the blog Butterflies and Wheels.

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Posted on March 16, 2012, in actual activism, antifeminism, I'm totally being sarcastic, irony alert, misandry, misogyny, MRA, oppressed men, Tom Martin, twitter, Uncategorized, whores. Bookmark the permalink. 1,737 Comments.

  1. The young Isaac Asimov wrote all these sexist letters!

    That’s unfortunate to hear, especially since he writes very intelligent, non-stereotypical female characters. Dr. Susan Calvin from his I,robot series for one. But you mentioned it was when he was younger, attitudes can change overtime

  2. Rachel Swirsky

    Asimov was *super* young at the time, like 13. (It’s a good book. For fiction by the author, take a look at her young adult novel LIAR which has some interesting race and class stuff among other things.)

    TROUBLE ON TRITON–which I *love*–does, if I recall correctly, talk about autogynophilia in a way that was troubling. I assume this was a “Delany was at that point not well-educated on trans rights” thing–I haven’t heard that it’s a sustained problem and certainly his feminism and especially his LGB activism are awesome sauce.

    I am *so* glad to see Nalo and Nora’s works on a curriculum. Not that there aren’t several other writers on that list who I adore, but I don’t think Nora’s got much of an academic following yet, and I’m just generally chuffed for Nalo.

    Nalo Hopkinson’s SALT ROADS is one of my favorite books ever; very interesting treatments of race and sexism, rendered in a story that echoes through three timelines (19th century France, ancient Egypt, and the antebellum south in the USA).

    If you’re looking for interesting genderfuckery, Sandra McDonald is rocking the genre right now in short stories (Check out Seven Sexy Cowboy Robots, for instance, or Drag Queen Astronaut) and I haven’t read much of her Diana Comet series but it’s about a trans woman of color who’s a detective in Louisiana before the purchase. She’s on the Tiptree long lists for the last couple years.

    A former student of mine, An Owomoyela, identifies off the binary. Hir short story “Of Men and Wolves” is not my favorite of hirs but does have some obvious alt-gender content; much of the rest of hir work is influenced by hir understandings of gender.

    A lot of the other books I’m thinking of right now are Tiptree winners…

    Aqueduct Press is a small, feminist science fiction press publishing out of Seattle (run by L. Timmel Duchamp who herself is an accomplished feminist science fiction writer) and their catalog is a good place to start looking for fiction that complicates gender roles, which includes material about ambiguous and non-binary genders, but isn’t only about that.

    Oh! Carolyn Ives Gilman’s BEING HUMAN is an older novel, but I just picked it up when they did a new run and it’s a *really* interesting treatment of gender and enforced gender norms which uses a non-binary gender system, although it doesn’t resemble the non-binary systems we have here and now. Also, of course, Margie Piercy’s WOMAN AT THE EDGE OF TIME features a utopia that allots sex roles (or more saliently does not do so) very differently than our society.

    Also, the browser seems to have decided that I’m no longer allowed to post as Mandolin. *frown*

  3. Ithiliana, those courses sound amazing! Thank you for the list of books to hunt down once I have money for books other than my own textbooks :)

  4. What was that Mark Twain said about people who represent themselves?

  5. I would like to show what the library in my university-for-one-semester in feminazi-land (also known as Sweden) looked like. Those are not my pictures, though I did started at the time taking pictures of all the different kinds of chairs in the school.
    You’ll notice on the picture that male students are in fact allowed to use the comfy… can I really call it a chair?

  6. You know, a man CAN have a fat ass, if he’s willing to eat enough cookies. (re: uncomfortable chairs)

  7. From my perspective, women’s studies, which became gender studies, is one of the important steps in a greater understanding of the world that can’t be overestimated. As I’m sure one of my teachers must have said, not only did feminist scholars and others’ focus on untold histories and topics expand our understanding of the world outright, it also, by virtue of separating out half the population from the mainstream narrative in the histories of women (as an example), made visible histories of men and masculinity, and in doing so created the foundations on which MRAs (and of course many more interesting people) now stand.

  8. @ Katz:

    So do we have a name for the class of troll that’s like “I’m totally trying to find common ground with feminists” and then they expect you to agree with something like “women are just naturally subservient to men” and then when you don’t agree they act like you’re being totally unreasonable?

    Camille Paglia.

  9. @Shaenon and Quackers: re: Isaac Asimov. And sf LoC as slow internet!

    Seconding Shaenon–he was young, very young. And Susan Calvin: welllllllll, the brilliant intelligent ‘masculine’ woman who excels at manly work but cannot be attractive or have a sex life is another fairly sexist stereotype which is not to say I didn’t adore her in the ROBOT stories.

    Part of what Larbalestier does is point out how the debate over gender was taking place in fandom between male and female fans from the earliest days of the pulps, i.e. the 1920s, 30s, despite the stereotype that “no women were in fandom until Captain Kirk seduced them all in because girlz didn’t read/write sf.”

    Helen Merrick has an article online I think about how sf fans were communicating over the distance via LoC and fanzines for decades before the internet came alone (and fanzines and apazines are still out there–I know a male fan who LOOK HERE NWO NOT A HORRIBLE MAN STORY who began doing his fanzine in the 1940s and was still doing it in the late 90s). SF fans were also among the earliest adopters of the internet. Let me post this and I’ll go look for the Merrick article.

  10. Helen Merrick’s incredible article on the virtual community created by fans well before the internet:

    http://refractory.unimelb.edu.au/2004/06/17/%E2%80%98we-was-cross-dressing-%E2%80%98afore-you-were-born%E2%80%99-or-how-sf-fans-invented-virtual-community-helen-merrick/

    I published a Star Trek fanzine for my Outpost in the 70s, and was active in APA-FIVE (earth’s greatest apa!) from the late seventies (on and off, GAFIATING on occasion) until I was writing my dissertation. I was out of fandom until 2003 when Peter Jackson’s LOTR film dragged me back in and I discovered online fandom (HOLY SHIT! I don’t have to wait a month for emcees!), and slash fiction!

  11. “Ssssh! We slut feminist men are trying to infiltrate the system! Don’t give us away!”

    NOBODY expects the slut-feminist men!
    [preparing to fetch comfy chair]

  12. Feminazi haven Oberlin College (the first coed and first interracial college in the U.S., and one of the first with coed dorms) also has sweet library chairs.

    http://blogs.oberlin.edu/about/ethos/womberlin.shtml

    Susan Calvin was my total hero growing up, but there’s no denying that some of her stories are less than totally enlightened. “Liar!”, the one where a telepathic robot lies to Dr. Calvin about a man she has a crush on, can be painful to read. Also the one where she plays mommy to an infantile robot.

    As a kid, I read a lot of old sci-fi, and I used to switch the genders of the characters in my head so I wasn’t always reading about men. There are still stories I picture with female leads even though I know they weren’t written that way. And I maintain that the gender-reversed version of Bester’s The Demolished Man is better than the real one.

  13. “Ssssh! We slut feminist men are trying to infiltrate the system! Don’t give us away!”

    NOBODY expects the slut-feminist men!
    [preparing to fetch comfy chair]

    That’s because there’s no such thing. The masculine of slut is stud, everybody knows that.

    /sarcasm

  14. I discovered online fandom (HOLY SHIT! I don’t have to wait a month for emcees!), and slash fiction!

    Yes, yeeeesssss, join the slash fans! There is no escape! MWAH HA HAA!

  15. @Bagelsan: Nobody told me about slash n the late 70s when I was a Trekkie!

    I learned about it from academic essays (Joanna Russ!), and thought it was great in theory, but it wasn’t until 2003 when I got sucked into Jackson/LOTR fandom and found myself writing RPS (then later FSP) that I realized the TWUE depths of it all.

    But I seem to be almost exclusively a LOTR slash fan–nothing else really appeals to me…..

  16. @ Kyrie

    If I’d gone to college in Sweden I’d have spent a lot more time in the library. Actually, I’d quite like one of those green chairs for my apartment.

  17. It is so nice to see how you bigots dismiss the legitimate claims of reasonable and moderate MRAs like Tom Martin …

    In the future, as the gender debate becomes more and more polarized, and you find yourselves dealing more and more with people like ME, I wonder if you will complain about why MRAs are angry and unreasonable …

    Bigots. Vile bigots.

  18. @Katz

    So do we have a name for the class of troll that’s like “I’m totally trying to find common ground with feminists” and then they expect you to agree with something like “women are just naturally subservient to men” and then when you don’t agree they act like you’re being totally unreasonable?

    Camille Paglia.

    That’s fantastic.

  19. Bigots. Vile bigots.

    Us, or the chairs?

  20. I think that “masculinity and men’s issues should also be examined in gender studies classes” is a reasonable belief. “…and if you don’t agree with me about that, you’re a whore” is NOT.

  21. If he was determined to go with a gender based insult, at least “bitch” would have made some sort of sense. “Whore” is just baffling.

  22. Tom Martin here. I haven’t read all the comments, but here are a few clarifications:

    My legal complaint did NOT involve a complaint about the seating. You have been misled by the press – The Times and the West End Extra/Camden New Journal both mysteriously got it wrong.

    One year prior to joining the university, when visiting its library, I did complain, that the seating being hard created a greater disadvantage for men than for women, as men have considerably smaller weight-bearing buttock pads than women, and men are heavier too – so for men, on average heavier than women, have more weight bearing down onto a pad which is approximately four times smaller than women’s on average – according to a BBC documentary on the subject.

    The university’s library management ignored the complaint.

    I read all the university’s equality regulations, then phoned the Equality and Human Rights Commission, who took the complaint seriously, and in fact, phoned me back, and advised me hard seating in a library would be in breach of the Gender Equality Duty Act.

    (It would be indirect discrimination, as it impacts on one sex more than the other on average).

    Then, after discussing the issue with the EHRC, the university library manager promptly wrote me a letter, inviting me over to discuss the issue, so I went, and he showed me the new padded seating which would be installed.

    In breach of contract cases, it is helpful to establish that a buyer has read the terms of contract which has induced him into buying the product – and I mentioned this prior seating complaint in court – to establish I had read the terms of contract before entering the contract.

    What the press all mysteriously failed to report, is that the university’s rules and regulations specifically ruled out the use of sex-discriminatory learning materials.

    The judge also ignored this point.

    This is one of many reasons I will be going to appeal.

    Finally, several comments here are confusing ‘whore’ with ‘slut’. A slut has sex freely, which I am all for. Freedom of association is the ultimate in humanity. A whore charges for sex. Even if a woman is a virgin, but is waiting for Mr Right to buy her something, she’s a whore.

    It’s counter-intuitive, but a lot of professional feminists are whores. They expect the government and men to do them special favours. They make up stories to convince men and government to believe that we all owe women something.

    But really, if someone were keeping a tab, then…

    Women owe men five years pension.
    Women owe men some National Service.
    Women owe men some inventions.
    Women owe men positive discrimination in university curricula.
    Women owe men some child access.
    It’s women’s round at the bar too.

    Cue hilarious jokes avoiding the central complaint.

  23. See, no, you are presenting whoredom as a bad thing. As a person who supports sex worker rights, that’s ridiculous to me. There is nothing inherently wrong about charging for sex, any more than there is about charging for a massage, and by presenting whores as bad you’re contributing to the stigma that makes rape of and violence against sex workers such a problem.

  24. Crumbelievable

    Was this you who made this Youtube comment?

    “I differentiate between real women and whores. Stop conflating the two. Only women can eradicate prostitution, by putting price down to zero. It is misogynistic of you to pretend a criticism of prostitution is a criticism of all women. Real women investigate, innovate, and invent. There’s no Nobel prizes for being a hooker. Feminism must renounce prostitution in ALL its forms. No Nobel prize for making excuses for prostitution either, so, when you’re ready, let’s hear it sister”

  25. “Women owe men some inventions.”

    The facepalms, they do not stop.

  26. Crumbelievable

    Women owe men some inventions

    Oh look, already we got a “We hunted the mammoth for you!!” rant.

  27. Sure, and a chef charges for money. Why isn’t the MRM all up in arms about the lack of free sammiches? Or is it that women owe us free sex for our manly inventions?

  28. Women owe men sex because MAMMOTHS, Shadow. Duh.

  29. Hard seats: The real reason more women than men attend college!

  30. Crumbelievable

    Mammoth sandwiches for all the men!

    Mammoth and cheese!
    MLT!
    Philly Cheesemammoth!

  31. Can someone explain Camille Paglia to me? I have no idea what that’s referencing.

  32. @Tom: You’re not being mocked because no one can refute your oh-so difficult claims, you’re being mocked because it’s the same baseless bullshit we’ve heard time and time again.

  33. Mammoths, is there anything they can’t do?

  34. Crumbelievable

    Cue hilarious jokes avoiding the central complaint.

    What I’m seeing as your central complaint is:

    One year prior to joining the university, when visiting its library, I did complain, that the seating being hard created a greater disadvantage for men than for women, as men have considerably smaller weight-bearing buttock pads than women, and men are heavier too – so for men, on average heavier than women, have more weight bearing down onto a pad which is approximately four times smaller than women’s on average – according to a BBC documentary on the subject

    So hilarious jokes and laughter seem quite appropriate.

  35. Mammoths can’t rise from the dead so women can hunt them and make douchebags find a new thing to whine about, I guess.

  36. What I don’t understand is, where does his self-described feminism come in? Is it his efforts to teach women not to be whores, and inform them of their duty to humanity to give it up for free?

  37. His self-described feminism comes in so he can use it to counter accusations of mansplaining and misogyny.

  38. Ahhh, truly an activist we can all be proud of!

  39. I totally want to watch the BBC documentary on butt size.

  40. Finally, several comments here are confusing ‘whore’ with ‘slut’. A slut has sex freely, which I am all for. Freedom of association is the ultimate in humanity. A whore charges for sex. Even if a woman is a virgin, but is waiting for Mr Right to buy her something, she’s a whore.

    thanks for the clarification that makes it soo much better. /sarcasm

  41. Women owe men some inventions.

    Damn, windshield wipers, x-rays, and computer programming wasn’t enough for you?

  42. Oh, my male friend paid for me at the Pizza King last night, as well as another girl and her boyfriend. I guess I am a whore, then.

    But wait! I’m ordering pizza for a guy tonight…so does that make him a whore too, or cancel out my whore status or what?

  43. Tonight on the BBC, Gender Wars: The Politics of Ass Cheeks

  44. Oh. When he said that he was going to explain how the press had misled us I was expecting “btw I didn’t actually complain about the seats, because that would have been silly”
    rather than “blah blah buttock pads”.

    The bit about how he’s totally justified in calling feminists whores however is so predictable that any one of us could have written it for him.

  45. Tom Martin in a nutshell:

    1) Guy chairs are hard and my poor butt can’t take it. WIDESPREAD OPPRESSION!

    2) Gender studies courses discriminate against men… somehow. I won’t ever bother explaining exactly how though. I’ll just leave it to the dumb prejudged masses to assume I’m right and scream at straw feminists as usual.

    3) Women are whores and feminists are whores. Women also suck and all of men’s problems are directly because of whores. Whores should suck my dick in gratitude because men hunted the mammoth.

    Cue hilarious jokes avoiding the central complaint.

    Typical MRA indeed. Sounds just like MRAL or AntZ.

    There Tom, I took on your “complaint”. Now go back to the bowls of the internet from whence you came from troll.

  46. I totally want to watch the BBC documentary on butt size.

    No no no it’s not a documentary on butt size! It’s about the size of the weight-bearing buttock pads!

  47. Women owe men five years pension.
    Women owe men some National Service.
    Women owe men some inventions.
    Women owe men positive discrimination in university curricula.
    Women owe men some child access.
    It’s women’s round at the bar too.

    Why do women owe you things again?

  48. I like this troll can we keep him??

  49. If we’re counting, men owe women 43 presidents, 3/4 of movie roles, and all but one of the Muppets.

  50. Oh, Zarat, we’re not afraid of you. Go wank to your FOREIGN BRIDE.

    Hard chairs, the misandrist HORROR!!! What color is the horror of hard chairs again?

  51. Crumbelievable

    2) Gender studies courses discriminate against men… somehow.

    I like how he came to tell us that we were wrong to focus on the chairs as the center of his complaint, only for him to write a good two paragraphs about chairs and then say, “Oh yeah, and there was some other stuff about course materials too.”

  52. “Positive discrimination in university curricula?” LOL

    As if men are not the default in academia as in life. Yeah, Tom went to Gender Studies to troll IRL. Too bad they gave a spot to him instead of someone who could have used it.

  53. So, should I apologize to Tesla directly (good thing he’s a vampire) or to you? What have you invented by the way?

  54. I like how he came to tell us that we were wrong to focus on the chairs as the center of his complaint, only for him to write a good two paragraphs about chairs and then say,

    Hard chairs on buttock pads are serious biz!!! There is a BBC documentary on it remember???

  55. Crumbelievable

    You should all read the lengthy list of grievances in his Youtube video.

    One of the bulletpoints is about “Dress Codes”, and complains that only men are required to wear ties to work/

    Misandric tie-ranny!

  56. So, should I apologize to Tesla directly (good thing he’s a vampire) or to you? What have you invented by the way?

    The answer: nothing. He’s awesome just for happening to be a man. He gets his manly pride from this arbitrary association and not from anything he actually struggled to achieve.

    And that’s why he’s a pathetic loser.

  57. Didn’t I tell you guys he’d show up?

    @Crumbelievable

    LOL! and many times women are required to wear heels at work in order to look professional. Heels which can actually cause physical damage and pain to your feet and back. What a dumbass.

  58. Oh, Zarat, we’re not afraid of you. Go wank to your FOREIGN BRIDE.

    Hard chairs, the misandrist HORROR!!! What color is the horror of hard chairs again?

    Probably pink. It’s a feminazi plot to feminize men.

  59. Probably pink. It’s a feminazi plot to feminize men.

    And make them all gay!
    I forgot why we wanted to do that, though.

  60. One of the bulletpoints is about “Dress Codes”, and complains that only men are required to wear ties to workK/blockquote>
    IF he’d like to trade ties for hose, heels, and skirts on the requirements list, tell him to give me a ring. I don’t actually hate hose, actually, but I’m in the distinct minority for it, it feels XD

  61. my husband has just pointed out too that libraries require people to be quiet and, as we all know, men have naturally deeper and louder voices then women. He feels this is a clearly misandric regulation. i told him to shut up and fetch me a sammich.

  62. Do you mean tights or thin transparent hose? Like the former, do not like the latter.

  63. I rarely comment, but…

    Hard chairs hurt my ass, too. Does that mean that my college, which has mostly hard wooden chairs in the library, is discriminating against me? I wonder if I called the ACLU then I could get comfy chairs in the library, on the basis of discrimination because I don’t have load-bearing buttock pads or whatever. I could reference a BBC documentary I saw once (everyone knows that the BBC is totes serious about their documentaries) and I could do my part to slowly dismantle the whoriarchy.

    Actually, Tom “Jackass” Martin, it sounds like you solved the chair problem in the library pretty well. Although I doubt they installed pads on the chairs because they were discriminating (indirectly) against men; they probably installed pads on the chairs because a lot of people really don’t like hard wooden chairs, especially people with bad backs.

    See, I keep saying “people” because dudes aren’t the only ones who dislike uncomfortable chairs. Despite their inadequate buttock pads.

    Seriously, you need to tell us the name of that BBC documentary. A documentary about butt fat sounds fascinating.

  64. You can add me to the list of people who were extremely unimpressed with Dr. Susan Calvin, btw. I don’t think Asimov is a very good character writer under the best of circumstances–they’re mainly used as devices in stories that are really about world-building–but Dr. Calvin in particular evoked (to me) the image of him scratching his head and going “What are women like?”

  65. Women owe men some National Service.

    How many years did you serve in the army, dude? If it was less than five then you owe me some.

    Damn, windshield wipers, x-rays, and computer programming wasn’t enough for you?

    Not to mention the compiler!

    If we’re counting, men owe women 43 presidents, 3/4 of movie roles, and all but one of the Muppets.

    Katz, you win a fresh-squeezed internet and my eternal lulz.

  66. all but one of the Muppets

    I could have sworn there were more than just Miss Piggy. Janice? Mokie? Red?

  67. @katz
    I heartily identified with Susan Calvin, myself – and while I found “Liar!” heartwrenching, I also felt it humanized the character a lot. I think a few of this place’s trolls ought to read it, actually – see? Women get rejected and feel lonely too!

    Of course, I first read Asimon as a young’un with all the social graces of an isolated gnat, so that might reflect on it. And generally I agree he was bad at characters, but I didn’t feel his female characters were particularly bad the way I felt reading, say, Heinlein. Reading Asimov gave me the feeling that humans were incomprehensible, not specifically women… and yeah, I could relate to that.

  68. Yeah, there’s at least Janice and the chicken. So, fine, men owe women all but a few of the Muppets, and we owe them a Muppet chicken. :-p

  69. Yeah, but Janice hardly counts–aside from a few stray lines as a band member, the only times I can think of where she gets an important part are Veterinarian’s Hospital (as a nurse, way to turn over a new leaf there) and the one where she’s a human sacrifice:

    And the chickens definitely don’t count. They can’t even talk!

  70. @Katz: Camille Paglia: Academic, anti-feminist, or as she prefers to say, the only TRUE feminist, since all the rest of us are doing it rong, and Madonna fangirl. And, what I had not known until I read the wiki article, MENTEE of Harold Fucking Bloom (famous for claiming that individuality did not exist until Hamlet, and, clearly, famous Shakespeare FanBoi (who also hates Tolkien so there you go).

    See, it’s not men’s fault that they are glorious Dionysian beasts who have created all of culture and civilization to control that urge, and all us ‘umble women who are simply forces of nature should be glad to kiss their feet, or smoething. (I’ve taught excerpts from her work in language and gender courses). So, yeah, an anti-feminist feminist, someone who has fought (publicly) with most of the major US feminists (academic, second wave, and third wave), that’s Paglia for ya!

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