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A jeweler in Israel said he’s working on the most expensive mask in the world. The mask will be made out of 18-karat white gold and set with 3,600 stones, all of them, black and white diamonds.
Raya And The Last Dragon (March 2021) will have Disney’s first Southeast Asian Princess, voiced by Filipina-Canadian actress Cassie Steele (Degrassi: The Next Generation)
Urban Dictionary defines “Karen” as “the stereotypical name associated with rude, obnoxious, and insufferable middle-aged white women. In other words, a “Karen” is the type of woman who demands to speak to your manager or complains when you stand in the grocery store express line. Chances are, you’ve personally been victimized by a “Karen” — you just knew them by Amy, Sarah, or Emily. “Karen” — one of the top 10 most common names for baby girls born in the 1950s and 60s — has evolved into much more than a moniker. Now, American Karens are forced to reckon with their name becoming a symbol of white privilege.
While not all Karens are coming up with nicknames, many agree that “Karenphobia” has gotten out of hand. “The basis of the meme is fair, but what started out as a meme which rightfully called out white women on their privilege has evolved into a politically correct way for people to insult women,” Karen M. says.
So, could the world possibly be on the brink of a Karen rebellion? “I think that there will be a larger push back against the meme, and it will be led by women, but not that it will necessarily be women named Karen,” Karen M. says. There’s only one problem: raising a complaint with “systemic Karen-ism” might play into the very meme they’re fighting against.
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You don’t have to scroll too far to see comments like these on articles about hate crimes or xenophobia. People seem quick to dismiss news reports of Asian Americans being verbally and physically assaulted, or even use the comment section as a stage to continue the attack from the comfort of their keyboard.
This behavior of denial and gaslighting of crimes against Asians is overwhelming and, frankly, perplexing.
The Fujinon 14.5-45mm T2.0 Premier PL Zoom Lens is made for Super 35mm format film and digital cinema cameras and it will render an ultra-wide to normal angle-of-view. The 14.5-45mm lens comes from Fujinon’s Premier PL family of zoom lenses, which share a 136mm front barrel diameter, a 280deg. focus barrel rotation, gear placement and comparable size and weight. It is designed to enable quick lens changes and provide excellent color and optical quality.