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Ways the Woke Mob Has Affected Me Personally 

 

I planted lettuce, beans, and carrots in my small back-yard garden, and they were all coming along nicely until something—or someone—picked them clean one night, leaving behind a trampled mess. I didn’t see who did it, but it’s common knowledge that many in the woke mob are vegetarians. You do the math.

Ways the Woke Mob Has Affected Me Personally

Drag queen charged with 25 counts of child pornography

Nurse who claims to prescribe meds based on patients' political affiliation resigns

Trans man’s skull fractured and two more hospitalised

'Enough is enough'

West Hollywood votes to defund sheriff’s department

Frustrated NYC detectives leaving ‘insane’ NYPD

Texas AG says he’s totally down to use Roe decision to ruin gay people’s lives

Woke California members call for people to BOYCOTT Fourth of July

School board director to teach sexual 'pleasure' class to 9-year-olds

Tags: $, Activism, All Rights, Attack, Business, Cancellation, Celebration, Children, Choices, Crime, Danger, Drag, Education, Effect, Employment, Enforcement, Environment, Holiday, Hostility, LGBTQ, Medical, Mental Health, Misconduct, Move, Neglect, Opinion, Politics, Portrait, Quit, Resignation, Revenge, Safety, Sex, Theft, Threat, Violence, World

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05-Jul-2022


Here's exactly how restricting abortion harms public health 

 

This week, Alabama’s governor signed the most extreme anti-abortion bill in the country, effectively banning the procedure. It’s just one of a host of new laws restricting abortion: including one by the Missouri senate which passed a bill banning abortion after eight weeks, and one signed by the governor of Georgia banning abortion after six weeks, before most people would know that they’re pregnant.

Even though they’ve been signed by the governors, the Alabama and Georgia laws are not yet in effect—people can still get legal abortions in these states. And there is still a constitutional right to abortion in the United States. However, access to safe abortion varies widely across the country: Some states have laws that restrict the number of clinics that can provide abortion services, for example, or require people to wait a certain amount of time between a counseling appointment and the procedure, which is medically unnecessary. As these laws are challenged and the abortion conversation continues, it’s important to recognize that restricting abortion can have significant repercussions for people who can become pregnant.

How restricting abortion harms public health

'Every Pregnancy Is a Risk of Harm': How Criminalizing Miscarriage Could Play Out

‘White men’s opinions are irrelevant’

Tags: Abortion, Alcohol, All Rights, Animals, Arrest, Celebrity, Comedy, Drugs, Empathy, Health, Interference, Legal, Murder, Opinion, Overpopulation, Parental Burden, Politics, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Sexual Harassment, Video, Woman's Rights

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01-Jul-2022


NYC school encourages kids to stop using words like ‘mom,’ ‘dad’ in ‘inclusive language’ guide 
 

A Manhattan private school aiming to use more “inclusive language” is encouraging its students to stop using the terms “mom,” “dad” and “parents” because the words make “assumptions” about kids’ home lives.

The Grace Church School in Noho — which offers academic courses for junior kindergarten through 12th grade — issued a 12-page guide to students and staff explaining the school’s mission of inclusivity.

NYC school encourages kids to stop using words like ‘mom,’ ‘dad’ in ‘inclusive language’ guide

Tags: All Rights, Children, Choices, Cold, Culture, Education, Environment, Future, Identity Loss, Inclusion, Parental Burden, Substitute, Training, Words, Youth

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11-Mar-2021


Nurses in Orange County protest staffing conditions at local hospitals 

 

The support for nurses demonstrating outside South Coast Global Medical Center is clear. It was one of four protests at Orange County hospitals.
Nurses say that their safety and patient lives are at risk after the state allowed their hospital, part of KPC Health, to increase the patient to nurse ratio in the middle of a pandemic.

"So instead of giving us more nurses we got more work. Patients are going to die, nurses are gonna break, nurses are exhausted," says Karen Rodriguez, a registered nurse.

Nurses say that they are overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients, shifts go as long as 16 hours, four to five days a week, code after code, leaving them exhausted, waking up anxious in the middle of the night.

"It might be surge after surge and who knows, and they're not preparing for the worst," says Irene Brown, South Coast Global Medical Center ICU nurse

"I don't have any more to give when I get home, and that's really unfair to my family and myself because I just want to rest," says Vanessa Aguilar

She says it's also unfair to patients. Aguilar had this heartbreaking admission: Some may have made it if we had more resources.

Nurses in Orange County protest staffing conditions at local hospitals

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Awareness, Empathy, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Fighting Back, Health, Heroism, Humanity, Investment, Mental Health, Neglect, Performance, Recovery, Reward, Safety, Treatment

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23-Dec-2020


Jeff Bezos: Blue Origin space company will take first woman to the moon 

 

Jeff Bezos’ space company Blue Origin will take the first woman to the moon, the billionaire said as Nasa nears a decision over who will supply its first privately built lunar landers, meant to be capable of sending astronauts to the moon by 2024.

“This is the engine that will take the first woman to the surface of the moon,” Bezos said in a post on Instagram with a video of a BE-7 engine test this week at Nasa Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

Twelve men have walked on the Moon, but no women. Nasa aims to change that, administrator Jim Bridenstine saying last year the first woman to complete a lunar landing will be drawn from the current astronaut corps.

“In the 1960s, young ladies didn’t have the opportunity to see themselves in that role,” Bridenstine said. “Today they do, and I think this is a very exciting opportunity.”

Jeff Bezos: Blue Origin space company will take first woman to the moon

Tags: All Rights, Astronaut, Employment, Equality, Investment, Opportunity, Science, Space, Woman's Rights

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05-Dec-2020


Workers Who Were Laid Off Say They're Being Passed Over—For Their Own Jobs 

 

Like millions of Americans who lost their jobs during the pandemic, Jorge Padilla had hoped to work for many more years before the economic meltdown interrupted his plans. But in March, Padilla was laid off from his job as a banquet server in the Las Vegas area when tourism all but disappeared, and even though his old company has ramped up hiring again, it hasn’t contacted him.

Padilla says that’s because Station Casinos, which owns the Green Valley Ranch Resort Spa and Casino where he worked for nine years, is making anyone who wants a job reapply and is hiring mostly lower-paid workers rather than longtime employees like him. “We worked hard for this company, and we were loyal for many years,” says Padilla, 57, who used to pull in about $13.40 an hour plus tips, which amounted to up to $40 an hour in the busy season. “Now it’s time for them to give us a chance to come back.”

Labor unions agree, and as the bleak U.S. job situation shows no sign of a major revival, they are pushing for legislation to ensure that people who lost jobs in the pandemic get first dibs when those positions reopen. Such ordinances, known as Right to Recall or Right of Recall bills, have passed in both the city and county of Los Angeles, San Diego, Oakland, and Long Beach. Drafts of similar bills are circulating in Honolulu, Providence, R.I., and in Tacoma, Wash. A Baltimore city council committee approved one such bill in September, but it has not yet been signed by the mayor.

Workers Who Were Laid Off Say They're Being Passed Over—For Their Own Jobs

Tags: $, All Rights, Business, Cancelled, Career, Employment, Etiquette, Respect

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16-Oct-2020


Americans Are Drinking More During the Pandemic, Study Finds—But Perhaps Not as Much as You'd Think 

 

Humans, like nature itself, abhor a vacuum—and there’s been no vacuum lately quite like the tedious months of COVID-19 quarantine. In nature, air rushes in to fill the empty space. In the time of pandemic, it’s been alcohol. That, at least, is the finding of a new survey of American adults conducted by the RAND Corporation and published Tuesday in JAMA Network Open. But the study bears close reading.

From the very start of the pandemic, it was clear that alcohol was going to be the medication of choice for a lot of Americans, especially during the early days when panicky shoppers were hoarding toilet paper, hand sanitizer, bottled water, and groceries. During the week ending March 21, national alcohol sales increased 54% from the same week a year before and online sales leapt a staggering 262%.

The question was, with more alcohol on hand—and plenty more available as soon as stores began to reopen but stay-at-home guidelines remained in place—would people actually consume more? The answer, according to the RAND researchers, who surveyed a sample group of 1,540 adults, was: And how.

Americans Are Drinking More During the Pandemic, Study Finds—But Perhaps Not as Much as You'd Think

He looks like Michael from MAF: Australia calling Stacey a bunch of nasty things. 29-Sep-2020

Tags: Alcohol, All Rights, Enforcement, Environment, Fear, Life Sucks, Mental Health, Preference, Safety, Social Media, Society, Survival, Toxic, Treatment

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29-Sep-2020


We need legislation against ‘killer robots,’ Human Rights Watch says 

 

It’s a Hollywood blockbuster premise rooted in our not-so-distant future.

For decades, robot thrillers such as “The Terminator,” “Blade Runner” and “Westworld” have warned viewers that our reliance on artificial intelligence is a real threat to civilization. Now, real-life researchers with the Human Rights Watch are sounding the alarm on potentially world-ending “killer robots,” according to a new report.

The message comes as part of their Campaign to Stop Killer Robots, which calls for a global ban on “fully autonomous weapons.”

We need legislation against ‘killer robots,’ Human Rights Watch says

Tags: All Rights, Environment, Etiquette, Robot, Safety, Tech, Weapon

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10-Aug-2020


To Be a Parent Right Now Is To Be a Liar 

 

My four-year-old called it “the sickness.” After preschool was canceled and we all moved inside, he would look at the calendar and ask, “When do you think the sickness will end?” He doesn’t ask that anymore. Instead, when we go on a drive, once every Sunday, no stops, he’ll point out places and say, “Maybe next year we can go there.” The 7-Eleven. The library. The playground. It’s a long list at this point.

Now he’s five. His birthday was celebrated indoors. His grandma and cousins drove by, beeping. We told him it was a fun parade, but he mostly seemed confused. Pretending these activities are entertaining is familiar to parents now. We’re stuck making the best of it as the weeks turn into months, as one season becomes two. “Maybe next year,” my son will say again, his voice a whisper, a promise.

Esquire

Tags: All Rights, Children, Environment, Family, Health, Parental Burden, Parental Pride, Protection, Responsibility, Support

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21-Jul-2020


SCHILLING: ‘Gender Identity’ Has No Place in Medicine 

 

The problem is obvious: “gender identity” has no basis in physical reality. It is impossible for a doctor to tell from simply examining a patient what his or her (or hir or zir) “gender identity” is. A person’s “gender identity” is totally subjective and has no connection to one’s physical body.

However, health care is very much connected to the physical body. Whether one is biologically male or female makes a great deal of difference in how one ought to be treated — from finding the right medicine dosages to judging the risks of getting certain diseases. To place “gender identity” above biological sex would be to ask medical professionals to ignore their education and their training and instead operate solely on what a patient believes to be true — a dangerous idea if there ever was one.

‘Gender Identity’ Has No Place in Medicine

Tags: All Rights, Choices, Environment, Etiquette, Gender, Health, Politics, Science, Treatment, Vulnerable

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19-Jun-2020


Renters Are Being Forced From Their Homes Despite Eviction Moratoriums Meant to Protect Them 

 

Millions of people in America are under shelter-in-place orders requiring them to stay home whenever possible, but a growing number don’t have that luxury. Their landlords are kicking them out for not paying the rent, despite moratoriums on evictions in more than 30 states and dozens of cities.

Some landlords change the locks when tenants are out. Others cut off power or utilities, or let themselves into tenants’ apartments and throw their stuff onto the street. Landlords also take the doors off the hinges if tenants won’t leave, says George Donnelly, an attorney at The Public Interest Law Center in Philadelphia. In most cases, experts say, the evictions are illegal, since landlords are required to go through the courts to evict tenants, and most courts are not currently processing eviction orders. In addition, sheriffs or marshals, not landlords, are supposed to enforce eviction orders, including supervising removal companies to carry away a tenant’s belongings if the renter refuses to leave.

Time

There’s Been a Spike in People Dying at Home in Several Cities. That Suggests Coronavirus Deaths Are Higher Than Reported.

Tags: $, All Rights, Backlash, Coronavirus, Death, Environment, Family, Health, Home, Homeless, Justice, Medical, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Poverty, Rejection, Rent, Safety, Statistics, Struggling, Survival, Threat, Treatment, Unity, Vulnerable

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15-Apr-2020


JoAnn Fabrics Employees Are Furious They're Working in Crowded Stores After the Company Declared Itself ‘Essential’ 

 

Well-intentioned crafters have been flocking to JoAnn Fabrics this week for free, do-it-yourself mask and gown kits so they can make crucial medical gear that’s currently in short supply at hospitals treating coronavirus patients around the country.

But several employees who spoke to VICE News felt the company hadn’t considered their health and safety — or their customers’ — before making the decision to declare stores “essential,” remain open during states’ lockdowns, and launch an effort to draw even more shoppers.

At one store location in Colorado Springs, employees even picketed outside their store Wednesday. They stood a safe distance apart while holding signs that read “our health over their profit” and “fair wages for retail workers.”

Vice

Tags: $, All Rights, Business, Coronavirus, Employment, Etiquette, Fear, Health, Retail, Safety, Support, Treatment, Vulnerable

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27-Mar-2020


These Strippers Are Delivering Food To Stay Employed And Bring Joy During Coronavirus 

 

No one has jumped on the “from necessity comes creativity” train sparked by the coronavirus outbreak in a more wonderfully weird way than Portland, Oregon, strip club owner Shon Boulden.

As government mandates have brought businesses like Boulden’s to a screeching halt, he has come up with a way to raise spirits in the community and ensure his employees maintain some income: having dancers make food deliveries from the bar’s kitchen.

And it all started as a joke one night at Lucky Devil Lounge, one of his two clubs.

“We were cracking jokes like we do every night, coming up with funny alternate Uber names,” Boulden told HuffPost on the phone Monday, referring to the popular ride-hailing service. “Things like Doober for weed delivery, Luber to deliver lube. Then I was like, ‘Boober, when a topless girl picks you up and takes you to a strip club.’”

When Oregon Gov. Kate Brown (D) ordered the closure of bars and restaurants save for takeout and delivery on March 16 in order to hopefully stop the spread of COVID-19 in the state, Boulden took an adapted version of that joke to Twitter.

Huffpost

Tags: $, All Rights, Business, Coronavirus, Employment, Environment, Fighting Back, Humanity, Investment, Options, Respect, Stepping Up, Strippers, Support, Survival, Unity

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24-Mar-2020


Homeless centers say they have been forced to shut in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 

 

NEW YORK, March 23 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The coronavirus is causing the closure of homeless centers across the United States, putting LGBT+ people without housing at increased risk of suicide, health complications or hate crimes, according to homelessness experts.

Homeless centers said they have been forced to shut their doors in order to follow safety precautions over social distancing as enforced by international governments and health organizations.

There are about 10,000 shelters for homeless people in the United States with an estimated 250 LGBT+ centers, largely in metropolitan areas, according to The National Coalition for the Homeless, a network of homelessness advocates.

There are currently no estimates on the exact number of shelters closed in recent weeks due to the coronavirus outbreak.

TRF News

Tags: All Rights, Contagion, Coronavirus, Environment, Homeless, Humanity, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Neglect, Privilege, Responsibility, Safety, Support, Threat

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23-Mar-2020


My Partner Offered a Certain Sex Act to Do the Taxes—Then Backed Out 

 

Dear How to Do It,

I’m a procrastinator; my partner is a do-it-yesterday-er. Earlier this year, I was kvetching about doing my taxes. My partner, by way of motivation, said “Get ‘em done and I’ll blow you.” Because my partner is very Good at That, I got to work immediately, but was held up by some missing paperwork. Flash forward to now, and the missing form is in hand. Pleased with myself for filing, I mentioned to my partner that I’d be taking that BJ at their next earliest convenience. They scoffed and told me I can’t expect an IRS EZBJ 2+ months after the fact. I call breach of contract! We’ve agreed to abide by your ruling, so what say you? (P.S.: There’s plenty of non-IRS oral going around both ways here, but I want my refund!)

—Depth and Taxes

Slate

Tags: Advice, All Rights, Choices, Relationships, Sex, Treatment

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23-Mar-2020




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