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The Guardian has the best article on the Elliot Rodger shooting that I’ve read so far. It is a careful examination of the man and his motives, as well as how society’s attitudes towards women no doubt played a role in the injury and murder of his victims. We’re all asking why this happened, and this article draws attention to what I consider the most crucial aspects of the crime and Rodger’s personality (from TheGuardian.com):
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The link between these attitudes an anorexia nervosa is especially scarey. This disorder is often fatal, even with treatment. It has the highest mortality of any condition suffered by women under 25.
That is so sad…