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Most agree that these two storms, and the wrath of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, are what led to the end of this queer cultural renaissance in the Virgin Islands. Although the territory was once an LGBTQ haven, attitudes here have acted almost inversely compared to those stateside.
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In pursuit of whale oil, these unfortunate mariners crossed the unutterable taboo of cannibalism (ironically, once adrift they voted against trying to head west to the nearest islands, the Marquesas, due to rumours of cannibalistic inhabitants).Author: Ancient-Origins.
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A good book may have the power to change the way we see the world, but a great book actually becomes part of our daily consciousness, pervading our thinking to. Transgression of such a taboo, even if unintentional, was believed to bring dire consequences.
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When Dulcy Remley’s father “misplaces” the profits of a mine sale, she is held captive by her ex-fiancée and father’s business Author: Rachel Manwill.
The taboo against the eating of traditional fats itself was all the opening they needed to push such an agenda. More crucially, Pollan makes a compelling case that the lipid hypothesis on which the McGovern Dietary Goals were based, whatever the choice of words, was seriously flawed.