Christmas season's TV brings a lot of classic stories back to people's narrative environment. Many of these contain complex and multilayered representations of humanity's quest for self-understanding. These narratives play other roles, as well, connected to the psychological well-being of individuals. They are broadcast in moments of communal and familial rituals designed to promote group cohesion and they play a performative role, as well.
iDNES.cz - NovÃ½ zÃ¡kon pÅesnÄ urÄ?uje, co je sexuÃ¡lnÃ obtÄÅ¾ovÃ¡nÃ
NovÃ½ trestnÃ zÃ¡kon, kterÃ½ pÅijali poslanci tento tÃ½den, zavÃ¡dÃ trestnÃ½ Ä?in, kterÃ½ pÅesnÄ definuje sexuÃ¡lnÃ obtÄÅ¾ovÃ¡nÃ. Od ledna 2007 bude za sexuÃ¡lnÃ obtÄÅ¾ovÃ¡nÃ bude hrozit od 6 mÄsÃcÅ¯ do 8 let vÄzenÃ.
A Man's Right to Choose - New York Times
NOBODY is arguing that we should let my friend who impregnated his girlfriend off the hook. If you play, you must pay. But if you pay, you should get some say. If a father is willing to legally commit to supporting and raising the child himself, why should a woman be able to end a pregnancy that she knew was a possibility of consensual sex? Why couldn't I make the same claim - that I am going to keep the baby regardless of whether she wants it or not?
Terror's stealth weapon: women - Los Angeles Times
The stereotype exploited by terrorists is that women are gentle, submissive and nonviolent. Women evade most terrorist profiles because they are perceived as wives and mothers, victims of war-torn societies, not bombers. But terrorist organizations are increasingly employing women to carry out the most deadly attacks.