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because it demeans them, which I want to focus on now.
discrimination more generally, as located in the fact that it demeans.
Melbourne, Dec 19 (ANI): The wet T-shirt competition in Australia has got an unlikely supporter - Labour party Senator Glenn Sterle who said such contests do not demean women.
1) How could John Paul II kiss the Muslim Koran, which denies the Trinity and demeans the Mother of God?
The other posters say "Ugliness Demeans Us All" and "Beautify Your Face And You Will Be Nicer and Happier".
The caricature of Granpa Boris is reminiscent of stereotypical Nazi-era depictions of Jews and the use of the Mourner's Kaddish in a jocular fashion demeans the solemnity of the prayer," said Foxman.
The other posters say ``Ugliness Demeans Us All'' and ``Beautify Your Face And You Will Be Nicer and Happier''.
A LAP-DANCING club is expected to be knocked back by Scotland's largest council on the grounds such places demean and exploit women.
This advert not only demeans animals but it demeans the potential customer by trying to get a joke out of something which is clearly not funny.
Through the agony of his own grief, Bill Cosby - the most prominent and beloved of all the TV celebrities of his time - sees the horror of a culture gone mad that bestows spectacular wealth and fame on him and his kin and magnifies his tragedy even as it demeans the mass of ordinary people.
This kind of treatment of a serious issue demeans everyone and leaves scars and bitterness no matter which side wins.
The state cannot demean their existence or control their destiny by making their private sexual conduct a crime,' he said.