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How is this song seven years old? It still gives me chills like I’m hearing it for the first time.

One more for the road – the delightful people at the Public Records Office of Victoria have dug into their archives, and here share some tales of a truly incompetent thief.

As a science fiction fan, sometimes it’s nice to see we’re not the only community with a cesspool of bigots: Metal music still has an unaddressed Nazi problem

If you want to help in some research, help a La Trobe Uni researcher out: study on bisexual and pansexual mental health

A clutch of links Liz snurched from friend Umadoshi:

Christian, Conservative And Parenting A Transgender Child In Texas

Conscious consumerism is a lie. Here’s a better way to help save the world

You Haven’t Seen Everything John Cho Can Do

This is not from Liz’s friend:

Or: Australia was colonized by a single group 50,000 years ago

Kaurna Elder Lewis O’Brien … participated in the study as an adviser. “Aboriginal people have always known that we have been on our land since the start of our time,” he said in a statement. “But it is important to have science show that to the rest of the world. This is an exciting project, and we hope it will help assist those of our people from the Stolen Generation and others to reunite with their families.”

Facebook Invites New Matilda To ‘Share Memory’ That Got Us Banned… From Facebook

A twitter friend of Steph’s got to interview David Stratton: From lecture theatre to cruise ship: David Stratton’s new cinematic universe

Ben Lee: why a Jewish-raised Hindu musician is singing songs about Islam for kids

And a whole lot of antipodean links at the 105th Down Under Feminists Carnival

Grassroots Business

The Australian Rohingya Soccer Club is a community out in Springvale made up of people who came to Australia as asylum seekers from Burma, and the team is made up mostly of unaccompanied minors. Once they finish high school they will not have a right to more education in Australia.

We have a small but strong community in Springvale that takes care of each other. The team is like our family in Australia. However, our community works really hard just to get by and it is hard for us to raise all the money we need to get everything an outdoor soccer team needs. As unaccompanied minors, most of the team is not able to ask their parents for help.

In 2016 we started out with an indoor soccer team and in our first season we made it to the Grand Final. We are really proud of our players for making it this far and we think we can go even further with our outdoor team.

We need money for:
– Victoria Soccer League Registration
– Team uniforms
– Practice gear

You can donate to the Rohingya Soccer Club at Go Fund Me.

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