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Almost Half of Gay Male Couples Experience Intimate Partner Violence, Study Says 

 

This latest study deepens that existing knowledge with surprising results. After asking both members of couples surveyed whether they experienced violence, researchers were surprised to find that there was very little agreement between partners. Study participants were more likely to report perpetration than victimization.

"My hunch is that it's to do with concepts of masculinity,” says Dr. Stephenson. “It's [perceived as] more masculine to say that you beat someone than that somebody beat you.”

The study also measured internalized homophobia, using a method known as the Gay Identity Scale. Men who had negative feelings about their sexuality were more likely to experience or perpetrate IPV.

It’s difficult to say exactly why this is without further research, Dr. Stephenson notes, although he has some hunches. “We know that violence is often a stress response behavior,” he says. “What I'm finding through studies with male couples is in addition to stresses like unemployment, there's additional stress of being gay. They could be exteral, like experiencing homophobia, or it could be an internal struggle. … There are very few media representations of male couples and we're constantly being told that same sex couples are wrong. … If you don't have the right nurturing environment, it can make you worry about your own sexuality.”

That matches previous research indicating that IPV is more common among people who have themselves been victims of homophobic violence. It’s also more prevalent among whose attitudes about masculinity conformed to what a 2016 study referred to as “struggling to be the alpha.”

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Emotional intimate partner violence experienced by men in same-sex relationships

Tags: Abuse, Dating, Emotional, Environment, Gay, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Psychology, Relationships, Study

Filed under: Gay+

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15-Sep-2019


Canadian Woman Goes On Horrifying Racist Tirade Against Asian Driver Who Hit Her Car 

 

When someone dings your car or parks poorly in the parking lot, it can make you roll your eyes, curse, or even scrawl a hastily written note about parking etiquette. However, some people take the direct approach and wait to speak with the driver themselves. Amy Xu is one of those people, and when she came back to her car to discover that another car had actually come into contact with hers in the parking lot she stopped to speak with the other driver. Who is Carla Waldman? She's the woman who did the bad parking and Amy wasn't remotely prepared for the reaction she would have.

Your Tango

AMERICAN AIRLINES SUED BY ALLERGIC BLACK MAN CLAIMING HE WAS KICKED OFF FLIGHT 'SO A DOG COULD FLY FIRST CLASS'

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Animals, Business, Employment, Exclusivity, Gladys Kravitz, Hate, Hostility, Humiliation, Hypocrisy, Interference, Investigation, Mental Health, Privilege, Racism, Self Interest, Threat, Travel, Treatment, Video, Women In Charge

Filed under: Gay+

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30-Aug-2019


Two New York ex-policemen walk free after sex with handcuffed suspect 

 

Eddie Martins and Richard Hall arrested the woman for possession of marijuana before having sex with her in the back of a van in exchange for her release.

They will serve five years probation but escaped the prosecutor's request for one to three years in prison.

BBC

Fullerton School Board Ignored Issue Of Campus Police Pervert

Tags: Abuse, Court, Employment, Judgement, Men In Charge, Minors, Police, Privilege, Sex, Students, Threat, Woman's Rights

Filed under: Gay+

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30-Aug-2019


Sexual Abuse Against Gay and Bi Men Brings Unique Stigma and Harm 

 

At least 1 in 6 boys are sexually abused before their 18th birthday. This number rises to 1 in 4 men across their lifespan.

The rates of sexual abuse and assault are even higher in boys and men from sexual minority populations.

Sexual violation in gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex individuals often complicates their sense of self, and how they fit, or don’t fit, into LGBTQ+ culture and communities. Such abuse may even impact their reaching out for help or reporting traumatic events as they fear stigmatization or victim-blaming.

Towleroad

Anti-groping stamp lets victims mark assailants

She Was Ordered To Pay Damages And Apologize To The Man Who Allegedly Assaulted Her — So She Left The Country

Workplace Study Finds Men Have Responded to MeToo by Becoming Even Shittier

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Backlash, Employment, Environment, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Protection, Psychology, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Statistics, Tech, Training, Treatment, Violence, Woman's Rights, World

Filed under: Gay+

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29-Aug-2019


Catholic group settled sex abuse cases with 2 black men for far less than what other survivors have received 
 

A famed Catholic religious order settled sex abuse cases in recent months by secretly paying two black Mississippi men $15,000 each and requiring them to keep silent about their claims, The Associated Press has found.

The cash payments are far less than what other Catholic sex abuse survivors have typically received since the church's abuse scandal erupted in the United States in 2002. An official with the Franciscan Friars order denies the two men's race or poverty had anything to do with the size of the settlements.

In one case, the Rev. James G. Gannon, leader of a group of Wisconsin-based Franciscan Friars, settled an abuse claim made by La Jarvis D. Love against another friar for $15,000, during a meeting at an IHOP restaurant where Gannon met with La Jarvis, his wife and their three small children.

CBS News

Tags: Abuse, Children, Church, Discrimination, Exclusivity, Hypocrisy, Insensitivity, Misrepresentation, Politics, Poverty, Race, Self Interest, Settlement, Sex, Supremacy, Threat, Treatment

Filed under: Gay+

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27-Aug-2019


A patchwork of anti-discrimination laws don't protect LGBTQ workers 

 

While working at a Billings, Montana, auto dealership in 2016, Kathleen O’Donnell said mechanics would frequently sling insults behind her back, calling her “faggot” and referring to her as “Bob” or “Joe” because of her closely cropped hair. A few days before her six-month probationary period at the dealership ended, O’Donnell recalled, her manager, with tears in his eyes, told her he had to fire her because she was gay. It was the first time O’Donnell had been fired from a job.

Apple

U.S. SUPREME COURT TRUMP ADMINISTRATION ASKS SUPREME COURT TO LEGALIZE WORKPLACE DISCRIMINATION AGAINST GAY EMPLOYEES

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Discrimination, Employment, Exclusivity, Homophobia, Humiliation, Interference, Laws, LGBTQ, Politics, Protections, Punishment, Religion, Self Interest, Termination, Treatment

Filed under: Gay+

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26-Aug-2019


Police: 3-year-old boy starved to death; brother survived 

 

An Alabama couple who police said didn't believe in doctors could face life in prison if convicted of aggravated child abuse in the starvation death of their 3-year-old boy.

News outlets report Ashley Elizabeth Catron and Frederick Anthony Frink were denied bond Thursday. Huntsville officers testified that the couple's boys were severely malnourished. Prosecutor Tim Douthit said Hendrix Frink died of starvation weighing just 13 pounds (5.9 kilograms). He told the court his 4-year-old brother survived, barely, weighing 15 pounds (6.8 kilograms).

ABC News

Tags: Abuse, Children, Cruelty, Environment, Health, Hostility, Minors, Parental Crime, Parents Don't Always Rule, Privilege, Threat, Violence

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26-Aug-2019


A 19-month-old had thinning bones and no teeth after her parents fed her a vegan diet of fruit, rice milk, potatoes, and tofu 

 

In March 2018, two parents in Australia took their daughter to the hospital after she had a seizure. Once there, doctors found that the girl was severely malnourished and had rickets, a condition in which children's bones are softer and weaker because they are deficient in vitamin D, according to the Mayo Clinic.

In December, the parents pleaded guilty to causing danger or serious injury to their baby, acknowledging that they fed their daughter a vegan diet that included tofu, rice milk, vegetables, fruit, and oats, the Australian Broadcasting Company reported on Thursday.

Doctors said the girl's bones didn't develop properly because of her nutrient deficiencies, and a foster-care provider who met the 19-month-old said she looked just 3 months old because of her condition and had no teeth, according to the ABC report.

Business Insider

Tags: Abuse, Children, Diet, Fads, Health, Interference, Laws, Lifestyle, Maturity, Nature, Parental Crime, Responsibility, Safety, Threat

Filed under: Health/Food

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23-Aug-2019


Report alleges sex abuse by 40 Vermont priests since 1950 

 

A report released Thursday by Vermont's Roman Catholic Church found there were "credible and substantiated" allegations of the sexual abuse of minors against 40 priests in the state since 1950.

All but one of those allegations occurred prior to 2000, and none of the priests is still in ministry, the report said. Most of the priests who were named in the report are now dead.

"While most of these allegations took place at least a generation ago, the numbers are still staggering," said Bishop Christopher Coyne, who leads the Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington, which covers the entire state.

ABC News

Michigan priest accused of binding teen with plastic, tape

Catholic Church sex abuse: The difference a Pennsylvania grand jury made in lives of survivors

Newark man faces child sex charges; mummified remains found

Sicko Officer Exposed Himself To 12-Year-Old Girl, Urinated On Her At Bus Stop

Maryland police: Man molested girl while wife gave birth

Tags: Abuse, Children, Church, Clergy, Court, Education, Employment, Environment, Hate, Hypocrisy, Investigation, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Minors, Murder, Parental Burden, Politics, Portrait, Religion, Safety, Sex, Stereotype, Victims, Violence, World, Youth

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23-Aug-2019


Mexican women are angry about rape, murder and government neglect — and they want the world to know 

 

Wearing green bandannas and dousing police in pink glitter, Mexican women on Aug. 16 staged a furious protest in Mexico City after a 17-year-old girl reported being raped by four police officers earlier in the month.

Officials have sent mixed signals about ongoing investigations of the case, and Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum triggered fury among feminists when she said there would be no “fabrication of suspects.”

The alleged police rape has hit a nerve in Mexico, where women face extremely high rates of violence and incessant catcalling.

Another teen girl was reported being raped by a Mexico City policeman days before the women’s march, which drew an estimated 2,000 people and included both violent property destruction and wrenching tributes to Mexico’s missing women and girls.

With 1,812 women murdered between January and July this year — about 10 a day — Mexico is Latin America’s second-most dangerous country for women, after Brazil, according to the United Nations. More than 200 Mexican women have been kidnapped so far in 2019.

PRI

N.Y. Aunt Is Killed With Meat Cleaver by Niece She Took In, Who Also Raped Underage Boy

‘Maybe someone will believe me’: Nine new lawsuits allege sexual abuse by Boy Scouts leaders

Tags: Abuse, Activism, All Rights, Children, Employment, Environment, Fighting Back, Hate, Men In Charge, Minors, Murder, Politics, Protections, Rape, Safety, Sex, Threat, Travel, Victims, Violence, Woman's Rights, World

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21-Aug-2019


A former West Virginia teacher and 2 aides were arrested after alleged abuse was caught on secret recordings 

 

Suspecting her 6-year-old daughter with autism was being abused at school, a West Virginia mother hid a recording device in her daughter's hair, court documents say. On Friday, the girl's former teacher and two former aides were arrested, the state's attorney general said.

Christina Lester, the former teacher, and June Yurish and Kristin Douty, former aides, were charged with misdemeanor failure to report abuse or neglect, according to a press release from West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey.

Amber Pack was concerned when her daughter Adri came home with bruises from Berkeley Heights Elementary in October. The marks appeared to be pressure bruises from tight grips, said Ben Salango, an attorney for the Pack family.

CNN

Tags: Abuse, Children, Education, Employment, Environment, Hate, Hostility, Inhumanity, Injury, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Privilege, Safety, Teacher, Threat, Women In Charge

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19-Aug-2019


The doctor will accuse you now 

 

A recent essay in Time Magazine called for a massive expansion of the nanny state through mandatory medical screening of children for signs of child abuse. The proposal, which is based on the assumption that racial bias is causing doctors to miss some cases of abuse, would strip doctors of the ability to apply reasoned, clinical judgment to cases and would require them to subject children to a battery of x-rays whenever bruising or other marks are noticed. Proponents of the plan — not its opponents, mind you — have given it the appropriately dystopian moniker, “think less, screen more.”

Perhaps as shocking as the plan itself is how nonchalant the essay’s authors, Dr. Richard Klasco and Dr. Daniel Lindberg, are about the life-altering consequences of their proposal. In an apparent attempt to downplay the harm that their plan will cause, Klasco and Lindberg wrongly suggest that the worst that will happen if they get their way is “some non-abused children will be screened, and some non-abusive parents will be offended.”

The Hill

Tags: Abuse, Children, Employment, Family, Health, Interference, Medical, Parental Burden, Policy, Privacy, Safety, Service, Threat

Filed under: Health/Food

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16-Aug-2019


DC Priest Found Guilty of Sexually Abusing Girls in Church 

 

The Catholic priest accused of sexually abusing two children of his Washington, D.C., parish has been found guilty.

Urbano Vazquez was convicted Thursday on four felony counts of child sexual abuse.

Vazquez groped a 9-year-old girl and 13-year-old girl in 2016, two years after he was ordained as a priest in the Capuchin Franciscan religious order.

NBC Washington

Katy Perry accused of sexual harassment by a second person

Audrina Patridge’s ex Corey Bohan addresses claims he sexually abused daughter

Senior Catholic Priest Says He’d Rather Go To Prison Than Name Confessed Paedophiles

Tags: Abuse, Alleged, Celebrity, Child Abuse, Children, Choices, Clergy, Employment, Environment, Hate, Inhumanity, Judgement, Leaders, Lifestyle, Magic Splatter, Men In Charge, Music, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Politics, Preference, Punishment, Religion, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Treatment, Victims, Violence, World, Youth

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15-Aug-2019


Indianapolis Catholic School threatened to expel a gay student for supporting LGBTQ rights 

 

Indianapolis Archbishop Charles Thompson, who ordered the mass firing of any teachers at the diocese’s schools, also had no problem allowing school administrators to threaten a gay student with expulsion if he didn’t stop speaking out for social justice.

The archdiocese has admitted it instructed all schools under its umbrella to immediately enforce all employment contracts – effectively a blanket order to fire any LGBTQ staff members. Over 70 schools in central Indiana are under the archdiocese’s administration.

“To effectively bear witness to Christ, whether they teach religion or not, all ministers in their professional and private lives must convey and be supportive of Catholic Church teaching,” the archdiocese said in a statement sent last week.

LGBTQ Nation

Trump’s Latest Proposal Would Let Businesses Discriminate Based On LGBTQ Status, Race, Religion, And More

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Bullying, Business, Discrimination, Education, Employment, Environment, Fear, Hate, Interference, LGBTQ, Magic Splatter, Men In Charge, Parental Burden, Policy, Politics, Privilege, Punishment, Race, Racism, Students, Supremacy, Termination, Threat, Treatment, Youth

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14-Aug-2019


California Pedophile Sentenced To 230 Years For Raping Girl 'At Least 90 Times' 

 

A prosecutor in California described the case of a pedophile who was just handed a 230-year sentence as “possibly the most egregious child sexual assault case" he has ever seen.

Deon Austin Welch, 30, was sentenced Friday after being convicted of 16 counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child with a sentence-enhancing great bodily injury allegation. Welch had raped a girl he lived with dozens of times, leading to her getting pregnant. The case has since generated considerable criticism of Riverside County's child welfare agency, which had settled with the victim for $10 million last summer after failing to remove her from the home.

Riverside County Superior Court Judge Bernard Schwartz explained his choice of handing down the most severe possible sentence in this situation, while condemning the system which allowed the crimes to continue without intervention.

Oxygen

West Bank Man Indicted in Sexual Abuse of 45 Underage Girls

Tags: Abuse, Arrest, Children, Environment, Hate, Judgement, Men In Charge, Parental Crime, Policy, Pregnancy, Privilege, Punishment, Rape, Sex, Stereotype, Threat, Violence, World, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

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13-Aug-2019




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