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THW Ban 'Blurred Lines' for promoting sexual harassment of women

Carmel Royston
Nov 06, 2013
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The lyrics are unsavoury and promote themes of harassment.

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The song has been misinterpreted and everyone should be allowed freedom of expression (including thr

Jabari Hambrick
Dec 28, 2013
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Examine your logic: How about we ban you from the internet for using it to attempt to ban other people from their right of freedom of speech/expression...

Do you see how this manner of thinking is a vicious circle?

People should be able to express themselves anyway they would like unless they are PHYSICALLY or EMOTIONALLY causing HARM to someone else.

*If you do not live in the United States then this argument most likely does not apply to your 'allowed' rights in your country so feel free to ignore it.


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