Waleed went on to criticize Price's word choice because the semantic origins of hysterical meant women 'were irrational or incapable of being rational because they had ovaries.'
Psychology has a name for this. It is called disenfranchised grief. The sorrow of minority groups is rendered invisible.
The central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh has recently created its own Ministry of Happiness.
It's not the July count but the August one that will be most revealing for Australia. It's the Census not the Election that will tell us most about ourselves.
Rather than performing its traditional critical function of helping us understand, face and deal creatively and constructively with reality, the prevailing dominant culture actively undermines our capacity to do so.
Neither the EU referendum nor political debates in general are the central narratives here. This is about a human and national tragedy, not a political statement.
We were raised in a world where glass was something you looked through but for them it is something you look at.
It takes time for any society to become normalised to patient killing and assisted suicide to the point where hitherto taboo extensions become feasible and reasonable.
That violence against women in the home presents a problem is irrefutable, but our society is lagging behind in joining the dots to recognise that the same is true for children.
When I released a video containing my National Apology to Taxpayers this week, the indignation it caused in some quarters was entirely predictable.
78% of substantive submissions were either against euthanasia and assisted suicide or were neutral and preferring to focus on end of life care more generally.
The first is to recognise that the rapid ageing of the population will destroy our nation economically and socially unless we urgently develop and implement a visionary plan to turn grey into gold.