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On beads and nudity

GreenCine interviews David Redmon about his doc Mardi Gras: Made in China.

I have not seen the doc, and I don't really see anything wrong with people volunteerly exchanging beads for nudity at party/carnival/festival type events (i mean, it that's what you really want to do), and I don't see how that activity in America is responsible for working conditions of some Chinese (working conditions are the responsibility of the employers, not the eventual customers of a product). So, after I see the doc, and whenever I run into David on the web or in real life, I am sure we'll have a lot to talk about :)

More about the doc at GreenCine Daily.

- Sujewa

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