“I can see why "Intersexuality" is an oft-misunderstood and frequently overlooked identity. After reading and listening to this article, I have no clue what intersex is.”
trippedsoul17 on Dec 2, 2013 at 11:02:26
“I don't think this article was made to inform people as to what it is. I think this article was mainly written for attention.”
Imbrium66 on Dec 2, 2013 at 10:03:17
“I found that to be odd about this article as well. For the record an intersexed person is an individual that has parts of being male and parts of being female. It might be 90% and 10% type of thing or whatever. It could be a person with complete sets of the male and female parts or it could be someone without a uterus that maybe has screwy hormones and chromosomes. There's a vast variety.”
“What I would watch out for is getting too wrapped up in what any entertainer does outside of their profession. I can't really have any feelings one way or another about Kanye the person, because I don't know him, and don't know if what we do seem to know about him is true.
I'm amazed at how angry people can be with celebrities. Tiger Woods, Kim K., Kanye. I'm interested for the entertainment value. If they happen to feed the hungry, provide for education, or fulfill a dying kids wishes, I like to know about those things.”
“All I really have to say is "be careful with that hero worship." Enjoy the music, wear the clothes if you really like them, but the ability to laugh at one's own self is a characteristic he seems to lack. No one is perfect or immune to criticism, especially in today's digital world. Peace.out.”
“At least with Kanye, you know where you stand. Can't say that with most Americans.”
DWATKIS on Nov 21, 2013 at 03:12:25
VelveteenLady on Nov 21, 2013 at 00:29:43
“West doesn't even know where he stands, let alone other knowing. He's riffraff, lacking both talent and intelligence. He spews ignorance and prejudice. He never developed the filter on his words, that respectful, intelligent folks have. He believes in his own hype, which is the most amusing of all.”
“Remember that skit Eddie Murphy use to do on Saturday Night Live? Where he dressed as a white man and found out white people treat each-other different when no minorities are around.
This case is evidence, it doesn't just happen when no one's looking. This is a sitting congressman caught purchasing a relatively large amount of illegal drugs from an undercover officer, and no one is calling for his resignation.
How high in political leadership do you have to go before you're held to a higher standard? Is a congressman held to a lower standard than a senator? How about
the speaker of the house? Is that the level within congress where their actions and character matter?”
sledhed on Nov 20, 2013 at 23:45:22
“A miscarriage of justice,they should have double penalties for breaking their own laws. This has to stop.”
“True, but committing a crime while a sitting congressman. If that's not grounds for resignations, what is? Plus, he purchase cocaine from an udercover officer. How does he deny that? He had no choice but to fess up.”
“True, as a means of providing illegal artifacts to mostly the Chinese, but I've never seen a native poacher taking a photo and smiling in front of their illegal activity. This is what's unique to white people.”
boyd5b on Nov 19, 2013 at 11:56:24
“Of course they are not going to smile and take a picture in front of their illegal activity. Why would they want to create evidence that could be used against them? Even white poachers are not going to do that. Any criminal with common sense would avoid doing that.
Plus, this behavior is not unique to white people. Here are just a few links (it took me less than a minute to find them) of African Americans doing the exact same thing: