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Jordan Peele Is Making a Lorena Bobbitt Docuseries From Her Perspective

In the wake of his success with Get Out, comedian-turned-Oscar-winning writer and director Jordan Peele has a new project to make people squirm in their seats. Peele is producing a four-part docuseries on the Lorena Bobbitt trial for Amazon.

If you aren’t familiar with the case, in 1993, Bobbitt cut off her abusive husband’s penis and threw it under a bush where it was later recovered and reattached. At her trial, Bobbitt’s team argued that she had suffered a psychotic break after yet another assault by her violent husband and should not be held responsible for the crime. The jury agreed and Bobbitt was freed, setting a precedent for how abused women are treated in court and for the way stories like this are covered by the media.

“When we hear the name ‘Bobbitt’ we think of one of the most sensational incidents to ever be catapulted into a full blown media spectacle,” Peele said in a statement, according to Variety. “With this project, Lorena has a platform to tell her truth as well as engage in a critical conversation about gender dynamics, abuse, and her demand for justice. This is Lorena’s story and we’re honored to help her tell it.”

The series, called Lorena, will reexamine the events from Bobbitt’s perspective and will look at the lasting impact of the gruesome case in the treatment of domestic abuse in courts and in media coverage of such cases.

It will be produced through Peele’s Monkeypaw Productions studio and directed by documentarian Joshua Rofé. The series does not yet have a release date.

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Glorious Tumblr Examines The World From An Artwork’s Perspective

Considering all the time we’ve spent looking at art, we’re ashamed to say we’ve never quite considered what exactly they are looking at.

Enter Masashi Kawamura and his tumblr “What They See,” which captures the world from the perspectives of famous artworks, inviting us to see through their (painted and sculpted) eyes. Spoiler alert: It’s mostly other artworks, windows, or the artwork’s own crotch.


Kawamura explained to Hyperallergic how he was inspired to begin the project when his “eyes met with the ‘Study of a Young Woman’ by Vermeer” and he became “curious how she and the other ‘arts’ saw us.” Through his project, Kawamura turns inanimate artworks into “characters living in the museum.”

Ever want to experience life from the POV of a Modigliani muse? Take a look below and let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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Electronics Waste Management: An India Perspective

Electronics Waste Management: An India Perspective

New – Electronic products play an important role in our society. Electronic products become an integral component of maintaining the quality of life. However, once the electronic products become obsolete, consumers force to discard the products as electronics waste. The disposing of electronics products have various consequences including loss of recyclable materials, recycling cost, appropriate recycling technology for precious metals etc. Issues such as environmental implications in recovering

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15 Secrets to Having the Best Perspective on Life

I sometimes believe that our greater culture likes being overly negative and pessimistic. We love over-criticizing everything, having no hope for beautiful things and losing fond admiration for the silly, whimsical aspects of life. It’s an attitude that I believe is corrupting our capability to strive for greatness in our lives.

Truth is, if you want to be great in this life, you have to model that greatness in your thinking.

You have to open your eyes up to the beauty in front of you and celebrate it. Only then will we be in the right mindset to enact change in our culture.

So here are 15 secrets that have helped me keep an idyllic perspective on life. May you treasure them and make them your own.

1. Happiness is often a choice, so choose wisely. When life comes and sweeps you off your feet, you have the choice to remain on the ground where people will coddle you or get up so people will be inspired by you. It’s not easy, but change never is.

2. Complaining makes us complacent. It might make you feel better, but it’ll do so at the cost of doing something to change the situation.

3. Social media is a community, not a one-man showcase of your life. It’s funny, but the less we go to social media to validate and prove ourselves, the better the space becomes for everyone on it.

4. Differences aren’t a bad thing, similarities are. When that one bothersome person frustrates you to the point of no return, remind yourself that you’re only annoyed at them because they’re different. You like the people most like you in the world, but in reality, being with people just like us never teaches us anything about growth and forgiveness. Differences with others stretch us; similarities comfort us.

5. Compartmentalizing your life is like going to three parties in one night; it sounds like a good idea until you wake up exhausted and bitter the next morning. If your life, hobby, family and passion are all different things, maybe it’s time to consolidate them into one. Then, you won’t suffer from the problems that come with a compartmentalized life.

6. Love those who are in love and love being in love. Love is something that is stomped on in our culture. We’re either jealous or hating on those who are in love, or we are too cynical about the chances of our relationship lasting. This is contradictory to how love should be treated. Whether you’re in love or not, celebrate it, and don’t reject it.

7. There is grace in being where you are. Though it may not feel like it, there is some hidden blessing in what you’re doing. You just have to go digging for it.

8. The No. 1 cause of death for passion is envy. You get nowhere constantly comparing yourself to other, more successful people. Use that time instead to cultivate your passion into something world-changing.

9. The best things in life are illogical. So go crazy. Don’t try to make sense of too much. Love, beauty and goodness don’t make absolute sense, but that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate them.

10. Your loved ones are the best rehab to go to if you’re a workaholic. Sometimes, you need to remind yourself why you work in order to work effectively.

11. Life is sweeter when you celebrate little victories. Did you pay off a tiny debt? Did you finish a project that took you forever? Before diving into the next thing, take a moment to have a little victory party with those you love.

12. The past only matters in how you redeem it. It doesn’t define you, imprison you or hold you back from anything. Learn to move on and change the circumstances, and life will be more hopeful.

13. Be quick to forgive others, not blame others. Instead of looking to justify ourselves when situations arise, search for the greater peace that could be had. Accept responsibility if that’s what needs to happen, and move on to correct the situation.

14. Fight for the things worth fighting for; that usually excludes many of the debates we have on Facebook. If you believe you could solve a controversy in 140 characters on Twitter, think again. Some debates and controversies just need to be ended rather than prolonged on social media. Instead, pour your time into fighting for things that matter rather than commenting on debates that don’t.

15. Latch onto hope anywhere you can find it. Be ready to embrace something outside yourself, because when life comes crashing down on you like a tsunami, you’ll need something to bring you back to the surface. For you, this might mean going to church or trusting in the love and comfort of family.

But like C.S. Lewis said, “Don’t let your happiness depend on something you may lose.” Make sure your hope is an anchor, not a ship sailing away, and I promise, your perspective on life will be better because of it.
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A Different Perspective on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care ACT

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A Different Perspective on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act provides a brief history of health insurance within the United States, offering an accessible perspective on the highly contentious Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). This book traces the political and financial conditions that led to the enactment of the Affordable Care Act. Thoroughly researched, A Different Perspective on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act details the drastic increase of health care expenditures in both state legislatures and the federal government, the fiscal strain experienced throughout the nation, and the main objectives of President Barack Obama s 2010 healthcare reform plan.

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‘The Middle’: Sue Never Saw This Secret Crush Coming, Or His Perspective Of Her

On “The Middle,” Sue learned something about perspective. The Hecks have long been considered one of the lower among the middle class families of Orson, Indiana. And Sue is the long-suffering middle child, ignored and forgotten by virtually everyone who’s ever met her — including her teachers. And yet, to the Glossners, the Hecks are something else entirely.

When Sue and Brick were left home alone, they were horrified when the Glossner children showed up. This family has been established as the worst possible neighbors, with junk all over their yard and children who terrorize the neighborhood. This week, there was a surprising daughter thrown in the mix, but it was Derrick — the eldest of the children — who surprised Sue.

Trying a new tactic to get the Glossners out of their house, Sue simply asked them to leave. And they did. Derrick explained that he listened because he kind of liked her. “It doesn’t matter,” he said. “I mean, look at ya. You’re a rich girl — with your above-ground pool, your two kinds of chips, and your one dad? Forget it. You’re way out of my league.”

It was such a mind-blowing statement for Sue that she coudn’t respond, even when he darted back in for a quick kiss. Derrick just presented Sue with a perspective on her family that she would have probably never seen herself.

“The Middle” airs every Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.

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