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  1. K
    K March 31, 2017 at 11:23 am . Reply

    Excellent, honestly this kind of xenophobic nonsense may sound harmless at first, but in the Koreasphere it becomes amplified, and a tool for special hate groups (as mentioned in the Popular Gusts link above) and can result in stigmatizing of an entire group, as codified in the current AIDS testing laws. For the record, I’m for testing every educator, unless you point out what a waste of money that would be, because it totally is. (according to another physician I talked to who does this for a living)

  2. Ben
    Ben April 4, 2017 at 6:54 pm . Reply

    Nice post. Disappointed in no response from Sim. Her article says the 33% figure remains “invisible to those in the West because of the concealed workings of globalization, racism and colonialism, and the failures of carceral feminist approaches to sexual violence.” One would think she’d welcome an invitation for more “visibility” and discussion.

  3. Anton
    Anton April 19, 2017 at 2:56 pm . Reply

    Sim is determined to be an ultra-nationalist, xenophobic racist with an agenda to push and no sensible, researched argument from you or anyone is going to change her mind.

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