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A wall of old hessian sacks separates a double bed from a sofa and two chairs. There is a television set in the corner and a photograph of Mr Donald's son, pressed into submission in a careful school uniform, smiles shyly down from its stand on a lace table cloth on the Welsh dresser. The place is dusty with the fine film of red kicked up from the powdery dirt floor. Two of Mr Donald's younger children sit by the door they are swollen with what I recognise to be worms, tinged by malnutrition and are greedily crunching their way through the bag of green apples that I have brought for them. I am conscious, suddenly, that the only toilet available to these children is a skinny long-drop set up next to the old grading shed.
Mr Donald and I begin to talk farming: We discuss the most effective method of removing ticks from a cow and the difficulty of obtaining maize seed in Zimbabwe today. We discuss tobacco prices. I don't know what the levy is for. It's not enough to plant another crop this year. He wears an old felt hat with a leopard- skin band, a worn cotton shirt and bare feet. He fought during the war for Ian Smith's government. His direct neighbour who owns a tractor and has already completed his ploughing in preparation for this year's crop and who owns a herd of 30 impressively fat cattle is an ex-combatant too, although, unlike Mr Donald he fought to liberate Rhodesia from white rule and is now entitled to a government pension.
After tea, Mr Donald takes me up behind the old workshop which now houses Mrs Donald's chickens and shows me where he plans to build a house one day, and the mukwa tree under which he has instructed his son to bury him when he dies. I want to pass it to my son one day. But at this rate there will be nothing for my children. This way we will all soon be starving. The dreams I had in my head for this place have died in my heart. Take, for example, the feminist blog Feministing. And there's nothing wrong with that. A photo depicts a model attired like Annie in a fedora hat and a man's baggy pants, long-sleeved shirt, vest and tie: If you must don a corset for that Halloween shindig, Fuller suggests you go as Gloria Steinem during her undercover stint as a Playboy bunny and "plan on using the inspired quotes you're sure to collect to write your own revolutionary essay.
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A group of women in the class didn't see the remark that way, though, which led to the galvanizing of a young cohort of feminists, who accused the officer of "slut-shaming. They waved signs reading "Don't tell us how to dress. Tell men not to rape. A New York City SlutWalker who decided to protest rape culture by performing a pole dance on the sidewalk was quickly surrounded by male gawkers filming her on their phones. As illustrated by Valenti's remark, the SlutWalk feminists are in denial of a reality that is perfectly obvious to both the women who favor "sexy" for Halloween parties and although perhaps not consciously the SlutWalkers themselves. The reality is that men's sexual responses are highly susceptible to visual stimuli, and women, who are also sexual beings, like to generate those stimuli by displaying as much of their attractive selves as social mores or their own personal moral codes permit.
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