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The New York Times

November 20th, 2009 · 3 Comments

I’m in the New York Times! Wow!  Thank you to Miki Meek, the journalist, and Todd Heisler, the photographer. I really love this “One in 8 Million” piece.  The whole series is fabulous and I am so happy to be a part of it.

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  • The Times’ moderator didn’t publish my comment (I need to learn to be more diplomatic, I guess!), so I though I’d share it here:

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    LFranklin, you are wrong. Newspapers are very much the appropriate venue for learning about people who are different from you.

    And Robert M, the series is called “One in 8 Million,” and there are over one TRILLION web pages (as of Google’s count in July 2008), so the only way your kid is going to be “two clicks away” from this is if he or she was specifically searching it out, which would be nearly impossible given that it’s largely an audio file. But if your kid was searching out information about sex on the internet, you should be glad, since statistics show that states and communities with the least amount of sex education have the highest teen pregnancy rates. And you’re also fortunate if your kid is showing the intellectual curiosity to browse around the NYTimes website, as there are far worse things for your child to see, considering the amount of violence, gore, and bigotry that IS on the web.

    Mostly I’m dumbfounded that both Robert M and LFranklin (or anyone else) thinks that EVERYTHING on the web should conform to their narrow ideas of what’s appropriate. Please learn how to use the “BACK” button on your web browser, talk to your children about the internet and the real world, and cease your “but what about the children?!” hand-wringing.
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    There, I feel so much better now!

  • Victoria

    I think you are a perfect ONE IN A MILLION…have sent this to my man in Tokyo…we just skyped and I read your words to him 8,000miles away… I hope to meet you one day at Purple passion…bravo for representing us so beautifully…

  • Joseph

    What an extraordinary woman you are. And the photos…. there isn’t a one that isn’t terrific. Wow!

    J.