The Originals Receives Air Date In The United Kingdom — When Is It?
Two Universities In The United Kingdom Ban ‘Blurred Lines’ For Promoting Rape Culture
Photo: The Originals Promo Photo While fans of The Vampire Diaries can start enjoying the spin-off The Originals b eginning October 3, fans in the United Kingdom will have to wait a bit longer. We already revealed that Syfy had acquired the fangtastic spin-off for our friends across the pond, but now there is an official date for British fans to crowd around their TV for some Big Easy drama. So when can U.K. fans expect to get their supernatural fill? Tuesday, October 22 at 10 p.m. is the lucky date and time. Thats better than the air date for TVD in the U.K., which still hasnt been announced by the channel that airs it overseas, ITV2. In less than one month, British fans can start revelling in all the drama that is The Originals. Hopefully the epic war between the witches and the vampires not to mention the struggles between hunky Klaus Mikaelson ( Joseph Morgan ) and Marcel Gerard ( Charles Michael Davis ). With Elijah ( Daniel Gillies ) and Rebekah ( Claire Holt ) joining Klaus in New Orleans, this series is geared up to be a bit more mature than TVD. There will be a lot of family drama including Klaus own baby daddy drama with Hayley ( Phoebe Tonkin ). Brace yourselves, United Kingdom!
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The officers in Leeds student union collectively made the decision to ban the song, saying it undermines and degrades women. The pop hit has been widely criticized for its lyrics connoting nonconsensual sexual activity such as I hate these blurred lines, I know you want it and its music video featuring naked women alongside fully-clothed men. Alice Smart, one of the officers at Leeds student union, told the Independent that students reaction to the decision has been largely positive. A few students are asking why if we have banned this song, we arent banning everything, but weve chosen this one as an example, because its so popular, Smart explained. Blurred Lines has reached number one in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, and Australia. The Edinburgh University Students Association (EUSA) relied on similar logic when it moved to ban Blurred Lines earlier this month. EUSAs vice president pointed out that the song promotes an unhealthy attitude towards sex and consent, which violates the schools explicit policy to tackle rape culture and sexual harassment. Robin Thicke has brushed off the feminist critiques of Blurred Lines, saying its irresponsible to suggest that the lyrics are promoting rape, and noting that art is supposed to spark a conversation. But this week, the Sociological Images blog pointed out that many of the lyrics in Blurred Lines are lines that actual rapists have said to their victims. Using images from Project Unbreakable an online photo essay exhibit that features survivors holding signs noting what their rapists said to them before, during, or after their assault the sociology blog was able to match up Robin Thickes lyrics with sentences that have accompanied real instances of nonconsensual sexual activity. The issue of combating rape culture on college campuses has been especially prevalent across U.S. universities over the past year.