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original source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UL-SdOhwek Psychology Professor Dr. Jordan B. Peterson explains why cultural appropriation is just learning from each other and goes off on a tangent explaining why women don't like harmless men. Make sure to subscribe to his channel, too! https://www.youtube.com/user/JordanPetersonVideos If you want to support Dr. Peterson, here is his Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jordanbpeterson Check out Jordan Peterson's Self Authoring Program, a powerful tool to sort yourself out: http://bit.ly/selfAuth (Official affiliate link for Bite-sized Philosophy)
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If you thought the thumbnail was offensive, you're not going to like this video. These are my general thoughts on cultural appropriation, and I know this topic is a really sensitive one. There's way more that could be said about it than can fit into a seven minute video, but here are the main reasons why I don't believe that cultural appropriation is a major problem like some people like to paint it as. Long story short, I think what people need to keep in mind is that offence is taken, not given. Just because you might be offended by something (like a Halloween costume), it doesn't mean it's inherently offensive to everyone. Segregating cultures will never lead to more unity in society, which is what we really need right now. Shout out to my girls Laci Green and Franchesca Ramsey, and ...
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Are you trained by the culture ? or are you trained by the Covenant ? The choice is up to you.
Meet artist Nina Saunders who plays with the familiar by twisting it in surprising ways. She here discusses her humorous yet disturbing work – made from discarded upholstered furniture and stuffed animals – which comments on our world. Saunders likes to work with domesticity, as domestic objects express a multitude of things – e.g. class – and furthermore prefers to use old pieces that already have a story: “It can take me a long time to figure out what the story is, but it’s always hovering in some collection I have.” When she made her very first furniture-based piece in 1989, she was instantly excited by the way your body instinctively relates to it: “A chair, for example, it’s already got a body, it’s got arms. It’s there for you, and you know it.” It’s only later that the mind follow...