I was going to write about my views and reflections that I have developed about this recent celebrity hacking situation. I have a lot of good points which are stored up in my noggin. However, I have been too overwhelmed of how to structure and and successfully bring my points to clarity.

Luckily there are other human beings floating around in this world whom think of the same things as I do. They just know how to express it simply because, well, they are doctors and writers who get to think for a living!

IMAGINE THAT… A PROFESSION WHERE YOU GET TO EXPRESS THOUGHTS, AND THEORIES, AND THEN SUCCESSFULLY FUCK THINGS UP TO MAKE A BEAUTIFUL POINT ABOUT SOCIETY.

*Cough* *Cough* Dream Job *Cough*

On with the point, Danika…

Tonight on MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes, is a news segment titled “There is No Privacy”. The segment offers the views from Dan Ackerman, senior editor at CNET, Susan Crawford, professor at Harvard Law School, and Jessica Valenti, founder of Feministing.com. The guests talk about privacy and the disturbance of how we as a society are reacting and how any of us could be next to be hacked.

Might I just add that Jessica Valenti is one of my favorite authors to read when you are just learning about feminism and becoming a feminist. She speaks on a platform accessible for both men and women to be entertained; while, shattering preconceived notions of the basis of gender. In other terms, she fucking rocks.

This video discussion is precisely what I wanted to talk about so please sit back, don’t relax and be ready to realize where privacy and the obsession of women’s bodies stand in this moment.

Enjoy
http://on.msnbc.com/Z6qxzE

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