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We continue on with – and finally finish talking about – “Facing poverty, academics turn to sex work and sleeping in cars”
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Homelessness is a genuine prospect for adjuncts. When Ellen Tara James-Penney finishes work, teaching English composition and critical thinking at San Jose State University in Silicon Valley, her husband, Jim, picks her up. They have dinner and drive to a local church, where Jim pitches a tent by the car and sleeps there with one of their rescue dogs. In the car, James-Penney puts the car seats down and sleeps with another dog.
They are married and each sleep with a dog instead of each other. I think I’ve located one aspect of the problem.
They sleep on church property. Why don’t they sleep on Mosque property? Oh yea, because Muslims would cut of her cliterous, rape her, then stone her to death.
James-Penney, 54, has struggled with homelessness since 2007, when she began studying for her bachelor’s degree. Jim, 64, used to be a trucker but cannot work owing to a herniated disk. Ellen made $28,000 last year, a chunk of which goes to debt repayments. The remainder is not enough to afford Silicon Valley rent.
Debt. I think I’ve located one aspect of the problem.
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