Cher Public

  • mrsjohnclaggart: I thank all who read and commented. I’m glad you liked the opera, CwbyLA. I agree with you about Hunter Morris. As... 4:16 AM
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  • OpinionatedNeophyte: Oh yeah. It totes makes sense to ask black men, still least likely to get hired and first to get fired, their public... 1:41 AM
  • Ruxxy: I suspect the public face would say the same thing. A white Otello is as ridiculous as a one legged Tarzan. It’s just a pity... 12:57 AM
  • antikitschychick: steveac10 asks: “If a work of art offends some because of attitudes it portrays that were accepted at the time of... 12:53 AM

Hall of shame

“What I find bizarre is the insistence that no one—not the school, not Opera North, not the local education authority—is being homophobic. Instead, we have the strange position that, because the children are of primary-school age, these lines are too difficult and confusing for them.”

The lines in question are “Of course I’m queer/That’s why I left here/So if you infer/That I prefer/A lad to a lass/ And I’m working class/ I’d have to concur.” [The Guardian]