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Zootopia & sexual culture

2016-04-29 20:59:07.98791+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

Whore Next Door: The Zoo Story.

I've heard that Zootopia is amazing and I should go see it, but Charlene and I saw the trailer with the DMV scene, and it left us totally flat. I've read a few other things on how it tackles racial issues that make it sound slightly more interesting, but Siouxsie's take on it makes me more intrigued.

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#Comment Re: Zootopia & sexual culture made: 2016-05-01 10:59:08.021656+00 by: DaveP

One of the ads that sfweekly is running repeatedly crashed the Safari Web Content daemon. Strongly suggest an ad-blocker on that one.

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