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PEDDLING MIND PORN TO THE
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by Andrew Gallix and Utahna Faith

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      [6.10.05] [Andrew Gallix]
    UNTYPICAL GIRL
    Paloma McLardy aka Palmolive of the Slits and Raincoats tells 3:AM about her singular journey from punk to radical Christianity:

    "We did not want to be used by the feminist or lesbian agenda, not then and even less now. We didn't really fit their mould. I don't hate men. I think the feminist groups have done a lot of damage to our gender; it is great that we can vote, go to school etc. I am not into the Taliban view of women, but I have really discovered the beauty of being a woman. I think, for instance, about the role of being a mother, staying at home and taking care of your family: I think it is an honorable thing to do, and that it is something that brings a true reward. I have experienced that in my own family and the rich relationships that we have".

    Read the interview in full here.

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