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London schoolgirl Ella Kissi-Debrah could become first person to have "air pollution" listed as cause of death in the UK 

 

A court ruling could lead to a 9-year-old London girl becoming the first person to have "air pollution" listed as a cause of death in the United Kingdom, her legal team says.

Ella Kissi-Debrah died in 2013 after three years of having severe asthma attacks, her mother Rosamund Kissi-Debrah told CBS News Friday. When Ella died, the cause of her death was determined to be a severe asthma attack that led to respiratory failure. New evidence, her legal team claims, shows her death was caused by pollution in the air she breathed.

"When she was alive, we couldn't get to the bottom of what was triggering her asthma, so I thought I would give it my best shot (to find out), as her mother, although she's no longer here," Kissi-Debrah told CBS News. "I didn't have any plans or any ideas what I was going to find out, all I knew was it was to do with something in the air."

CBS News

Tags: Children, Community, Death, Disease, Environment, Health, Lifestyle, Pollution, Safety, Youth

Filed under: Health/Food

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06-May-2019


Pornhub Wants to Return Tumblr to its “Former Glory” 

 

After Tumblr banned all adult content in December, basically signing it’s own death certificate, Pornhub has reportedly said that the website is interested in restoring the microblogging service to its former glory.

Tumblr’s announcement that it would implement a ban against pornography and any possibly suggestive content created wall to wall news. Tumblr users said that the decision would decimate communities, particularly queer ones, that were sometimes meant for pleasure, other times posed as representation for minorities who didn’t see themself in mainstream pornography, and other times served as sex educators in a world where sex education is woefully lacking. Those users were right. Communities and some 150 million users disappeared as a result of the ban.

There has been no perfect replacement for the service as of yet. And if Pornhub has its way, maybe there doesn’t need to be.

Out

Tags: App, Business, Community, Entertainment, Finance, LGBTQ, NSFW, Preservation, Representation, Social Media

Filed under: Gay+

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03-May-2019


How I started living for myself and not just for weekends on the gay scene 

 

When you’re surrounded by people, you can still be isolated.

You might be in a busy bar, beer in hand, but it can feel like the loneliest place in the world.

When Damian and I started our podcast MenTalkHealth, we didn’t have a clear intent on what we wanted to do.

What came out of it was the older LGBTI people in Brighton came to us and said it was amazing. These were people that weren’t going out but they still wanted to listen to gay voices.

The majority of gay men I know are always busy, but they often don’t make any actual connections. Grindr and Scruff aren’t real. You might meet people going out to bars, with all its drinking and drugs, but you won’t find real connections there.

Gay Star News

Tags: Bar/Club, Community, Entertainment, Environment, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Loneliness, Neglect, Podcast, Relationships, Segregation, Social Media

Filed under: Gay+

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01-May-2019


OFFERING HEALTH CHECK-UPS IN BARBERSHOPS COULD TRANSFORM HEALTH CARE FOR BLACK MEN IN AMERICA 

 

Dennis Mitchell owns a small ground-floor barbershop in the heart of Harlem, where he presides over rows of gleaming salon chairs, cutting fades and shaves and earning the nickname Denny Moe. For years, one of the regular customers sitting in front of Moe's mirrors has been Dr. Joseph Ravenell, an associate professor in the Departments of Population Health and Medicine at New York University's School of Medicine. Barbershops have been havens for Ravenell since he was a kid, when he accompanied his father to his regular haircuts and witnessed the bonds that men formed in these safe places, "talking about everything under the sun."

As an adult, Ravenell focuses his research on the medical disparities black men face in America.

"As a man myself, and a father and a brother, I have an enlightened self-interest in the topic," he says, laughing. Black men, because of both logistical barriers and mistrust, are often cut off from health-care systems—but as he was thinking about haircuts one day, Ravenell says, "a lightbulb went off." Barbers, he thought, as trusted confidants and community leaders, could become a powerful bloc to promote health in black communities.

Pacific Standard

Taraji P. Henson Opens Up About Her Mental Health & Stigma of Mental Illness in the Black Community

Tags: Business, Celebrity, Community, Dedication, Education, Environment, Health, Medical, Mental Health, Program, Racism, Respect, Treatment

Filed under: Health/Food

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02-Apr-2019


The LGBTQ community can’t win our rights until we start making sure others can too 

 

LGBTQ Nation focuses primarily on news and issues relevant to LGBTQ communities. Some of the writers, including myself, have taken criticism for writing articles “that don’t have anything to do with LGBTQ people,” as if we constitute a bone fide monolithic community of people.

We recognize, though, that we represent many voices in many varied communities. This poses exciting challenges as well as opportunities to further understanding between these communities.

Each person is composed of multiple identities that interconnect. Depending on time and location, some of these identities may seem more or less important to the individuals. Most people in most societies have some identities accorded more social privileges, while simultaneously having some accorded less privileges.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: All Rights, Community, Environment, Unity

Filed under: Gay+

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29-Mar-2019


Coming Out as a Gay Man With a Mental Illness 

 

My experience with being a homosexual male and having schizoaffective disorder/generalized anxiety Disorder, is like having two dogs inside of my body, sometimes fighting each other just to accept their personal truths. Being queer with the rise of fascism in the United States is downright terrifying. I hear stories daily about all genders/non-genders being confronted and sometimes assaulted for the way they look, or simply for holding hands while walking.

I’ve known I was gay since I was 16, after getting my first girlfriend. We had a very close relationship, but sex just never worked out, and I didn’t know why. I felt terrible because I felt that I had let her down, and being 16 and unaware socially, that I had let myself down by not passing the stereotypical, toxic misconception of the sexual right of passage. We eventually broke up and I didn’t know where to turn, or who to turn to. My dad said he accepts me either way, but I still felt jilted in ways because I didn’t feel, “Normal.”

The Good Men Project

Tags: Coming Out, Community, Disease, Education, Environment, Gay, Mental Health, Portrait, Suicide, Support, Treatment

Filed under: Health/Food

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26-Mar-2019


THE MOST GAY-FRIENDLY CITY IN AMERICA—THE ANSWER IS SURPRISING 

 

San Francisco has long been considered America's most gay-friendly city. But the Bay Area doesn’t have a lock on LGBTQ tourism—cities across the U.S. have been rolling out the rainbow carpet.

VacationRenter, a vacation portal site that uses artificial intelligence, asked more than 1,000 respondents what they considered the most LGBTQ-friendly city in America besides San Francisco. Almost 42 percent of respondents, who ranged in age from 18 to 55, said Portland, Oregon.

Newsweek

Tags: Community, Environment, LGBTQ, Population, Study, Travel

Filed under: Health/Food

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26-Mar-2019


This History of Gay Bars Is Also a Tale of LGBTQ Liberation 

 

The new documentary San Diego's Gay Bar History surveys some of the 135 bars that have existed in the city and chronicles the various aspects of the LGBTQ community that have grown within them. Directed and produced by Paul Detwiler, the film has been released on the city's PBS station, KPBS.

The earliest example of a gay bar in San Diego came in the 1957, when straight ally Lou Arko bought the popular lunch club of the 1930's, the Brass Rail, and extended it into a meeting spot for gay people at night.

The post-World War II era heralded the opening of many more bars, catering to the independent men and women who had moved to the bustling port city for military jobs. During this time, when homosexuality was criminalized and it was even against the law for two men to dance together, the bars provided a meeting place for LGBTQ people who were otherwise isolated.

Advocate

Tags: Celebrity, Club/Bar, Community, Drag, Entertainment, Environment, Film, History, LGBTQ, Portrait, Representation, Sex Identity, Video Gay Swatch

Filed under: Gay+

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23-Mar-2019


Woman jailed for 11 years for performing FGM on her 3-year-old daughter 

 

A judge has sentenced a 37-year-old Ugandan woman to 11 years in jail for performing female genital mutilation (FGM) on her three-year-old daughter, the UK's Press Association (PA) news agency reported.

The defendant was found guilty of the "barbaric" practice last month, becoming the first person to be convicted of the offense in the UK.
In sentencing at London's Old Bailey criminal court Friday, Judge Mrs Justice Whipple handed down an 11-year jail term and a further two years for possession of indecent images and extreme pornography.

"FGM has long been against the law and let's be clear FGM is a form of child abuse," PA reported the judge as saying.

CNN

Independent

Tags: Abuse, Activism, Award, Children, Choices, Community, Crime, Environment, Family, FGM, Inhumanity, Judgment, Medical, Parental Burden, Religion, Safety, Self Interest, Sex, Toxic, Video, Violence, World

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10-Mar-2019


Barack Obama Says People Confident in Their Sexuality 'Don’t Need 8 Women Around You Twerking' 

 

On Tuesday, ex-president Barack Obama and Stephen Curry combined their powers for a town hall event that urged youngsters from minority backgrounds to develop confidence without feeling compelled to build self-worth based on chasing women and money.

The event unfolded in Oakland, and it also marked the fifth anniversary of Obama's My Brother’s Keeper Alliance. Both Curry and the former president talked about challenges they faced in their formative years, while also speaking about broader ranging topics, such as hip-hop, policing in minority communities, discipline in schools, male role models, and manhood.

Obama addressed societal pressures that young people face to act a certain way because of hip hop's frequent portrayal of what it means to be successful. The President's remarks on that subject were described as one of the event's "more humorous moments," as he blended making his point with some shade.

"We live in a culture where our worth is measured by how much money we have and how famous we are," Obama said to the capacity crowd made up of youth flown to the Bay from throughout the country. "I will tell you, at the end of the day, the thing that will give you confidence is not that. I know a lot of rich people that are all messed up."

Complex

Tags: Community, Daddy Squish, Environment, Hip Hop, History, Interview, Leaders, Men In Charge, Representation, Respect, Social Media, Super Daddy!, Talk, Unity, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

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20-Feb-2019


‘It Is Not a Closet. It Is a Cage.’ Gay Catholic Priests Speak Out 

 

Gregory Greiten was 17 years old when the priests organized the game. It was 1982 and he was on a retreat with his classmates from St. Lawrence, a Roman Catholic seminary for teenage boys training to become priests. Leaders asked each boy to rank which he would rather be: burned over 90 percent of his body, paraplegic, or gay.

Each chose to be scorched or paralyzed. Not one uttered the word “gay.” They called the game the Game of Life.

The lesson stuck. Seven years later, he climbed up into his seminary dorm window and dangled one leg over the edge. “I really am gay,” Father Greiten, now a priest near Milwaukee, remembered telling himself for the first time. “It was like a death sentence.”

The closet of the Roman Catholic Church hinges on an impossible contradiction. For years, church leaders have driven gay congregants away in shame and insisted that “homosexual tendencies” are “disordered.” And yet, thousands of the church’s priests are gay.

NY Post

Vatican secret out: There are rules for priests who father children

Southern Baptist president says database of sexual abusers possible

Tags: Children, Community, Environment, Exclusivity, Hypocrisy, Investigation, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, No more Heroes, Not Helping, Politics, Privilege, Representation, Safety, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Service, Sex, Supremacy, Threat, Victims, Violence, Warning, World, Wrong, Youth

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19-Feb-2019


Justine Skye: I Didn't Name My Abuser Because Rap Culture Doesn't Care 

 

Singer Justine Skye's harrowing new music video opens with a disclaimer that it's "based on true events." The video for "Build" is a poignant yet painful look a young woman's relationship with a man who physically and mentally abused her, and ends with a black screen and the italicized words: "United in the fight against domestic violence."

In a Monday interview with The Breakfast Club, Skye explains why she elected to keep her alleged abuser’s identity private, though fans and sleuths have taken a look at her social media activity and speculate that "Build" is about rapper Check Wes, who recently appeared on Saturday Night Live.

Broadly

Drill gang jailed for plotting a machete attack on rivals make NEW violent rap video only weeks after being released

50 Cent Shuns His 'Son' 6ix9ine Following Arrest: 'Call Ya Momma'

Tags: Abuse, Backlash, Community, Environment, Hip Hop, Interview, Music, Prison, Privilege, Relationships, Video, Violence, Woman's Rights

Filed under: Gay+

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20-Nov-2018


In Echo of Flint, Mich., Water Crisis Now Hits Newark 

 

For nearly a year and a half, top officials in Newark denied that their water system had a widespread lead problem, despite ample evidence that the city was facing a public health crisis that had echoes of the one in Flint, Mich.

Even as the risk persisted in the spring, the officials in Newark, New Jersey’s most populous city, took few precautionary measures, instead declaring on their website, “NEWARK’S WATER IS ABSOLUTELY SAFE TO DRINK.”

But this month, facing results from a new study, the officials abruptly changed course, beginning an urgent giveaway of 40,000 water filters across the city of 285,000 people, targeting tens of thousands of residences.

NY Times

Tags: Backlash, Clean, Community, Environment, Health, Leaders, Protections, Safety, Water

Filed under: Health/Food

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31-Oct-2018


This Community Is Tearing Itself Apart Over Non-Christians Owning  

 

For over a century the “Chautauqua on Lake Michigan,” perched on a hillside overlooking a particularly scenic expanse of coastline, has served as a local cultural center and sacred retreat for families like Sheaffer’s, who mostly have been visiting for generations. But for the past decade idyllic, serene Bay View has been embroiled in a bitter internal conflict that’s sharply divided the tight-knit community and—because of its echoes of the ugly housing discrimination fights of past decades—resonated far beyond, tapping a nerve in the country’s culture wars and the broader debate about the role of religion in American life. The core of this dispute is that while anyone is welcome to visit Bay View or participate in its events—and many outsiders do—for decades only Christians have been allowed to actually own cottages and act as voting community members. In early August, after years of escalating tension, members voted to finally amend the bylaws to allow non-Christians to own property, but the dispute remains ongoing. A group of plaintiffs, arguing the new provisions still amount to religious discrimination, are forging ahead with a federal lawsuit against the Bay View Association.

Vice

Tags: Bullying, Community, Environment, Exclusivity, Real Estate, Religion, Self Interest, Voting

Filed under: Gay+

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25-Oct-2018


White supremacist, anti-immigrant posters pop up in Queens 

 

As New York City Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer headed out for a jog in Queens last Sunday, something out of the ordinary quickly caught his eye: an anti-immigrant poster geared toward anyone who might be sympathetic to white nationalist messaging.

The text wasn’t subtle. Addressed to “all citizens of the United States of America,” it read: “It is your civic duty to report any and all illegal aliens to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). They have broken the law.” There, underneath the text, was a phone number for ICE. “Have a nice day,” the poster closed.

Think Progress

Tags: All Rights, Community, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Hostility, Humiliation, Inciting Violence, Inhumanity, Judgement, Manipulation Blather, Mental Health, New World Order, Not Helping, Punishment, Racism, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Supremacy, Treatment

Filed under: Gay+

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11-Oct-2018




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