1. To ignore valid offense, and to insist that audience feelings don’t matter, is to do a major disservice not only to ourselves, but to the makers who want to give us new stories full of new ideas. To leave old, hackneyed, dated ideas unchallenged is to prevent us from getting new stories full of new ideas. To accept whatever we are handed without challenge, without thought, and without critique is to ensure we will never get new stories full of new ideas.

    Criticism Does Not Actually Stifle Creativity

    …This author takes about a year to get to her point because she’s probably earnestly trying hard to be perfectly PC herself, but otherwise, worth a read.

    A careful “This is morally wrong” that doesn’t actually say “This is morally wrong.”

    2 years ago  /  3 notes  /  Source: kotaku.com

  2. Obama’s Western Wall Prayer - Featured Image on BuzzFeed

    Obama’s Western Wall Prayer - Featured Image on BuzzFeed

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