Ten campuses closed, dozens face ban, in quality drive. Registration fees postponed after FeesMustFall unrest. Furore over curbs on bonus marks for sports students. Universities phase out courses with few students.
Glorious characters, good, bad and ugly, in depth relationships new and old, a plethora of interesting and absorbing personalities and an almost simplist ic plot for them to revolve around. It is a triumph of human observation set in a tiny community of people, people who had lost themselves and each other. Watching the ebb and flow of rediscovery is, quite simply, joyful. Lynn Ames latest novel is exactly on point with a fictional historical romance based on the lives of the women who extracted the uranium used for the first atomic bombs. Unrecognized, either for praise or blame, women worked the dials, extracting the uranium the US needed to win the arms race and ultimately to force Japan to its knees. The majority of these women had no idea what they were doing, just did their best to support the war effort.
Buenos Aires AFP - An Argentine appeals court has touched off protests by reducing the sentence of a man convicted of abusing a six-year-old boy, on grounds that the victim was a homosexual who had previously been abused by his father. The Federation of Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals and Transsexuals on Monday called for impeachment trials of the two members of a Buenos Aires appeals court who signed the decision. The judges -- Horacio Piombo and Benjamin Sal Llargues -- slashed Mario Tolosa's prison sentence from six years to three years and two months in a ruling disclosed on Monday. Tolosa, the vice president of a neighborhood soccer club, had been convicted of abusing the boy in
When societal taboos against same-sex behavior no longer carry an intensely prohibitive stigma? When relationships between women are considered by some to be part of natural sexual development? I suspect authentic lesbians have the answer. Rather, we know it when we feel it.