The Brutalization of Women in Modern Society by Amber Khan

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About me…let’s see….I would say I am a TRUE Virgo. If you knew me, then you would so agree. There are quite a few things I care deeply about. Off the top of my head, I would say with much passion, my family, friends, the environment and world peace. Oh and animals. Can't forget them. I think I love animals more than most humans, lol. I believe it’s important to surround yourself with good people. Be picky with who you let in your circle. The environment, the earth does not belong to us. We are merely just visiting for a period of time. So lets no abuse it. World peace, that’s a hard one. It’s not a perfect world, but wouldn't it be wonderful if every child, women and man were safe? We can’t change the world and every single soul living on earth. But one person can make a great difference in the surroundings in which they live. Wouldn't you agree? Let’s not forget what fuels my soul, music. It speaks for me when I can’t. It expresses my feelings when I am unaware of what they are. It has a way of lifting my spirits when I am down. It has this magical power that is able to touch my heart with just lyrics alone. I wouldn't know what I would do without it. Poetry, I love poetry. In all forms...written or spoken.

5 thoughts on “The Brutalization of Women in Modern Society by Amber Khan

  1. Reblogged this on Debatable News: Mainstream to Tinfoil Hat and more and commented:
    (1) The T-Shirt studies are much older than ten years. See, also: http://www.drjoebio.com/uploads/1/8/1/3/1813500/mhc_mate_preference_smell_t_shirts.pdf
    (2) Representative samples in research has been a problem in the, however the claim that ALL research is only done on white males is simply blatantly untrue. It was probably true prior to the 1990’s, but not for the past 30 years or so. See, also: Mastroianni, A. C., Faden, R., & Federman, D. (Eds.). (1994). Women and health research: Ethical and legal issues of including women in clinical studies (Vol. 1). National Academies Press.
    I think you mean well, but accuracy is important when discussing these topics. If you are w Virgo, then you understand the importance of accuracy and attention to detail. Otherwise you will find that people think your work belongs with conspiracy theories and UFOs.

    1. I didn’t spend my time googling everything she said. The overall message is the truth. There’s no denying the world women having been existing in.

      1. Wait, let me ask this: is Amber Khan someone other than you? So, I should be pointing out the issues with fact checking to her? (Although some people would claim that you are responsible for fact checking as well. I never do any fact checking whatsoever on Debatable News and explicitly tell people that. That way they KNOW that some of what is going up might be “fake news.”) See, also: (1) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fake_news_website and (2) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fact_checking And, yes, Amber Khan is addressing important topics. (Which is why some people might think that fact checking is important. But I try to not take life that seriously. After all, none of us get out of here alive.)

      2. Yes, not me. If her facts are aged, not a big deal. She’s not falsely making things up. And why the need to discredit her? I think you’re missing the whole point. I’m a Virgo. But an evolved Virgo. At one point in my life I was that person. Worried about fact checking and missing the entire message (she’s not running for president, no need to fact check). I know what her message is and that’s what matters to me. Perfection doesn’t exist. If she did base some of her theories/conclusions on old research, not a big deal. It doesn’t change what she’s trying to convey. I like good energy, positive vibes and uplifting people. Not so much knocking people for the sake of making myself feel more intelligent/superior. That’s for the un-evolved virgo/person. So I’m gonna pass along her message because I believe it’s important for the young girls and women in the world. If you wanna debate with her, you can find her on YouTube. Good luck 😁

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