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Links 1 through 7 of 7 by Latoya Peterson tagged online

"'No More Down Low,' a new online show launched this week, aims to portray the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in a more holistic light and dispel myths about gay life.

"'No More Dow Low' is co-hosted by actress Janora McDuffie and Jonathan Plummer, ex-husband of author Terry McMillan.

"Monday’s inaugural episode of the monthly show--at www.NoMoreDownLow.tv--featured interviews with a variety of personalities from the gay and lesbian community, including comedian Wanda Sykes, Wilson Cruz and photographer Duane Cramer."

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"The second part of this contradiction I’m pondering is that the culture of the Internet is all about what’s funny.  Lisa Nakamura made the excellent point in her talk about the 'racist griefing' that goes on in online games which often makes explicit use of racist epithets, which she explains this way: 'The n-word is funny because it is so extreme that no one could really mean it. And humor is all about ‘not meaning it.’ If you take humor and the n-word, you get enlightened racism online and attention.' She calls this 'enlightened racism.'  Nakamura goes on to argue that paradoxically, 'the worse the racism and sexism are, the more extreme and cartoonish it is, the harder it is to take seriously, and the harder it is to call it out'.”

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"So when you’re called a bitch, instead of letting the argument get derailed, recognize that you’ve outsmarted them. Reply with ' win! You aren’t smart enough to continue the conversation, so thanks for ending it.' Once they bust out the ad hominem attack. The personal attack that has absolutely nothing to do with the conversation at hand, the conversation is over. And you win, cause they don’t know how to continue."

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"Dismissing privacy concerns, a federal judge overseeing a $1 billion copyright-infringement lawsuit against YouTube has ordered the popular online video-sharing service to disclose who watches which video clips and when."

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"Internet activism is individualistic. It's great for a sense of interconnectedness, but the Internet does not bind individuals in shared struggle the same as the face-to-face activism of the 1960s and '70s did."

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"MisQuinceMag.com will featuring planning advice, tips and other information on quinceaneras, a family event for celebrating a girl's 15th birthday, comparable to sweet sixteens for the Latin community."

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"Who knew that the most popular artist on MySpace was a Vietnamese American girl named Tila Tequila?... Is it gross that I am kindof excited that the most popular person on MySpace is Asian American?"

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