Ultimately, Byron got his comeuppance when he was snubbed by Claire Clairmont (Nadia Parkes) for his indiscriminate flirting, leaving him open-mouthed in the episode’s final moments. … [Read more...] about Doctor Who fans shocked at Lord Byron’s ‘sleazy’ pick-up lines to Jodie Whittaker
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It is common for people to scoff at tears as a behaviour and a subject of investigation. Tears are, they say, feminine, self-indulgent and melodramatic. It is not hard to notice, in those beliefs, the patriarchal assumptions about what should be valued and what should be mocked. Writing teachers will instruct students not to show their characters’ sadness through crying, calling it cheap. On the other hand, there are those who proclaim the necessity of “a good cry”, who indignantly defend weeping of all varieties and who see tearfulness almost as an identity. “I’m a crier,” they declare, praising its soul-cleansing effects. “Get over it,” their opponents instruct, demanding the shift toward progress and action that they believe crying prevents. … [Read more...] about Why do we cry – and what can we learn from our tears?