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Essay On Elephants and Mice

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This 1550-word essay was written in rebuttal to an article posted in the Wanganui Cronicle lambasting a good-woman for daring to call "a spade, a spade", to employ a Kiwi turn of phrase! In this case, it was for daring to call "a transgender-man (calling himself a woman), a man"! In all probability, a woman bearing such strength of character as would dare to skim-bounce her sleek-stone of truth across the main-media-stream, has no need of any chivalrous defense from my corner. Obviously she possesses already enough wherewithal to withstand the bleating voices, the vituperative pens, and viperous tongues of any number of the collective cloned-hoards of "politically correct" moral and intellectual cowards. Hence; this brief apologetic becomes a work stemming purely from my own initiative, my own flat, smooth and shiny pearl - oops! - pebble cast... - in first-payment to "justice". The second, paid only to an anonymous humility", as "the... More > voice of one crying-out in the wilderness"!< Less
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ISBN
9781365722318
Edition
First
Published
January 31, 2017
Language
English
Pages
4
File Format
PDF
File Size
219.85 KB

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