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   Little Mosque on the Prairie Preview Go
Muslim comedy takes Canada and the USA by storm. Show defuses hate with humor.
   Nudes and Prudes Preview Go
Bertram Brooker's historical 1931 essay about how art galleries should stop being prudes when it comes to nudes. The essay is also relevant today with regards to television, the internet and censorship in general.
   Ugly Betty is Beautiful and a Fashion Craze! Preview Go
Ugly Betty represents a new standard for beauty. Betty Mania is fuelling a new fashion craze.

   The Gothic eZine Preview Go
Articles about Gothic fashion, art, dance, music and culture.
   Mass Graves found in Iraq Preview Go
Victims Riddled with American Bullets.
   Papal Impropriety Preview Go
Monumental indiscretions at the highest level of the Christian heirarchy.
   Anorexia Preview Go
Fashion Icons, Supermodels, Skeletons & the Supersized Culture of America.
   The Gothic Life of William Blake: 1757-1827 Preview Go
William Blake may not fit into the role of what we consider to be a "modern goth"... but his poetry and art about sex, love, religion and especially death marks him as a goth within the Romanticist period of art.
   Conflicting Messages of a Media Monster Preview Go
Our culture is filled with mixed messages. While many women's advertisements are portraying excessively skinny models, a number of advertisements display appealing, junk foods. Flipping on the TV, you will see virtually flawless, very thin (sometimes emaciated), actresses on your favorite sitcom.
   Dada - The Anti-War Art Movement Preview Go
Dada was many things, but it was essentially an anti-war movement in Europe and New York from 1915 to 1923. It was an artistic revolt and protest against traditional beliefs of a pro-war society, and also fought against sexism/racism to a lesser degree. The word "dada" was picked at random out of a dictionary, and is actually the French word for "hobbyhorse".

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