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Youth Suicide Statistics

Homelessness among LGBT youth in the United States

Child Sexual Abuse Statistics

Trends in teen homicide, suicide, and firearm deaths

Data and Statistics on Children's Mental Health

Since kids are falling by the wayside, we should consider nixing celebrations of women who claim they can do it all. 24-Oct-2019

Tags: Child Abuse, Children, Choices, Cruelty, Environment, Fantasy, Feminism, Heartless, Hypocrisy, Ignorance, Insensitivity, Misrepresentation, Neglect, No more Heroes, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Privilege, Psychology, Representation, Stereotype, Treatment, Victims, Waste

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24-Oct-2019


 

In gayspeak, does LTR mean overnight or weekend stay? 24-Oct-2019

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24-Oct-2019


Ellen and Science Confirm: Rich People Only Care About Themselves 

 

Surprised that Ellen DeGeneres was seen yukking it up with George W. Bush at a football game last weekend? Don’t be! Rich people love hanging out with other rich people. So, since Ellen’s a multimillionaire, the 43rd President of the United States is a multimillionaire, and Charlotte Jones Anderson—the Dallas Cowboys’ Executive Vice President who invited both of them to Sunday’s game—is a multimillionaire, it actually all makes perfect sense that they’d all want to socialize together.

Still, it is confusing to think about how DeGeneres, one of the nation’s foremost openly gay celebrities would, could look past Bush’s years of using the bully pulpit to advocate against LGBTQ rights—not to mention, uhhhh, the unnecessary wars he started in Iraq and Afghanistan, which have killed millions of people and traumatized countless others.

Ellen tried to explain away the cognitive dissonance of all this on her talk show Monday morning, saying that “just because I don’t agree with someone on everything doesn’t mean that I’m not going to be friends with them.” But disagreeing about the Bush administration’s ongoing legacy of global violence against Muslim people seems like more than just a difference of opinion.

Does Ellen not understand why people are disgusted by that video of her and W. palling around at the football game? Does she just not care?

(Paul continues on with the observation that "the love of money is the root of all evil." 1 Timothy 6:10 Miller emphasizes that "it is the love of money that is the obstacle to faith, not the money itself." Jesus looked around and said to his disciples, "How hard it is for the rich to enter the kingdom of God!")

Vice

Are the rich more selfish than the rest of us?

BEING RICH MAKES YOU MORE SELFISH, FINDS STUDY

Tags: Americans, Celebrity, Exclusivity, Hypocrisy, Mental Health, Nature, No more Heroes, Privilege, Psychology, Science

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01-Oct-2019


Kids of gay parents fare worse, study finds, but research draws fire from experts 
 

A new study that finds children of a gay or lesbian parent may be more likely to have social and emotional problems has sparked controversy on both sides of the same-sex marriage debate.

The study, from Mark Regnerus, an associate professor of sociology at The University of Texas at Austin, surveyed more than 15,000 Americans between the ages of 18 and 39, asking them questions about their upbringings. Its findings are published in the July issue of Social Science Research.

One survey question asked whether a parent had been in a same-sex relationship during a child's upbringing; Regnerus wanted to see whether there were differences between kids raised in a household by a parent in a same-sex relationship compared with those who were raised by biological parents who were married and heterosexual.

Sixty-nine percent of children of lesbian mothers reported that their family received public assistance, such as welfare at some point, compared with 17 percent from intact biological families. About half of children of an intact biological family said they were employed full-time, compared with 26 percent of those born to a lesbian mother. Fourteen percent of kids of a lesbian mom spent time in foster care at some point, compared with 2 percent of the rest of the children studied. Overall, less than 2 percent of all respondents who said their mother had a same-sex relationship reported living with their mom and her partner for all 18 years of their childhood.

CBS

Tags: Children, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Relationships, Study

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15-Sep-2019


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

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15-Sep-2019


Two Chinese men claim they were racially profiled by Alaska Airlines employee at who asked 'how much are they paying you?' before sparking panic by screaming for evacuation at Newark Airport 

 

The two Chinese men who were accused of acting suspiciously and triggered a panicked evacuation at Newark Liberty Airport last week are speaking out for the first time saying they were racially profiled by an Alaska Airlines employee.

The chaos unfolded at the New Jersey airport on September 3 around 8.30pm at Gate 30 of Terminal A when an Alaska Airlines approached Han Han Xue, 29, and Chunyi Luo, 20, and asked them pointed questions about their Asian heritage.

She asked assumed they knew each other and asked 'Why are you acting suspiciously' and 'What are they paying you?' before screaming 'Evacuate!', sending 200 panicked people running out of the gate amid fears of an active shooter.

'It was a very shocking experience...I couldn't believe this was happening,' Xue said on the incident to BuzzFeed News.

Daily Mail

Tags: All Rights, Backlash, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Hostility, Insensitivity, Interference, Investigation, Mental Health, Profiling, Reckless, Travel, World

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08-Sep-2019


Trial to begin in 9-year-old's killing that shocked Chicago 

 

It stands as one of Chicago's most horrific crimes, in large part because of small details that are impossible to shake: The promise of a juice box that lured the 9-year-old boy off a playground and into an alley, and the basketball he dropped when he was shot and killed there.

Jury selection will begin Friday in the murder trial of two of three men charged with carrying out the November 2015 attack on Tyshawn Lee, a smart fourth-grader who prosecutors say was killed by gang members to send a message to his father, a purported member of a rival gang.

ABC News

Tags: Children, Court, Crime, Cruelty, Death, Environment, Gang, Guns/Toys, Hip Hop, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Parental Burden, Privilege, Terror, Threat, Violence, Waste

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08-Sep-2019


Dismantling the Myth of the “Black Confederate” 

 

Spend any amount of time talking about slavery on the internet, and you’ll eventually encounter the claim that there were “black Confederates” that fought for the South. “Over the past few decades, claims to the existence of anywhere between 500 and 100,000 black Confederate soldiers, fighting in racially integrated units, have become increasingly common,” writes historian Kevin Levin in his new book, Searching for Black Confederates: The Civil War’s Most Persistent Myth.

“Proponents assert that entire companies and regiments served under Robert E. Lee’s command, as well as in other theaters of war.” Look, believers say (directly or subtextually): The Confederacy can’t have been so bad for black people. Otherwise, why would they have defended it?

Levin’s book explains how this myth came about—while neatly dismantling it. We spoke recently about actual Confederates’ perspectives on black soldiers; why former “body servants” attended Confederate reunions during Jim Crow; and how the World Wide Web gave this story legs.

Slate

Tags: Book, History, Race, War, Writing

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06-Sep-2019


This Late-Night Glove Salesman Masturbating Story Is Very Weird but Also True 

 

For years there has been an urban legend in Halifax, Nova Scotia, about "Glove Guy," who would pick up drunk young men and ask them to try on his gloves.

This article originally appeared on VICE Canada.

It was 3 a.m. in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in the dead of winter—typical glove-wearing weather.

Andrew Blackbird had just finished a bartending shift and his wife, who was supposed to drive him home but had presumably fallen asleep, wasn’t answering his calls. Then his phone died. With all the cabs taken up, he started the 25-kilometer [15-mile] walk home.

It wasn’t long until a black SUV rolled up alongside him and a man who looked like Max Headroom asked if he wanted a ride. Desperate and freezing, Blackbird accepted. After Blackbird turned down the man’s request to “party,” the night took a disturbing turn.

According to Blackbird, the man told him, “Drive my jeep and wear my gloves."

Vice

Tags: Gay, Investigation, LGBTQ, Portrait, Product, Psychology, Sex, Voyeur, World, Youth

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30-Aug-2019


What Kids Who Bully Often Have In Common 

 

When parents, educators and mental health professionals talk about bullying, there is understandably a lot of emphasis on the victims. But in focusing solely on victims in anti-bullying efforts, an important part of the equation gets forgotten: the kids who do the bullying.

“Bullying is not a one-time event or a random act of mean behavior but rather a pervasive, ongoing pattern of aggression targeted toward another child who in some way has less power in the relationship,” explained school psychologist Rebecca Branstetter, noting that it’s important to distinguish it from other forms of aggressive behavior or typical childhood conflicts.

Obviously every child who bullies comes from different circumstances and has different reasons for this behavior. There is no one profile of a bully, as each child who engages in this conduct has a unique set of challenges. But there are many common traits and experiences among bullies, and examining them can be beneficial.

Huffpost

Tags: Bullying, Children, Environment, Family, Hostility, Lifestyle, Parental Crime, Psychology, Threat, Training, Unruly Child, Violence, Youth

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30-Aug-2019


Pennsylvania man convicted for making 'gun-like hand gesture' toward neighbor 

 

A Pennsylvania Superior Court ruled Tuesday that a man committed a crime when he made a "gun-like hand gesture" toward his neighbor during a spat, saying the man "risked an altercation" with his actions.

WTAE-TV reported Manor Township resident Stephen Kirchner, 64, was charged last year for summary disorderly conduct after making the gesture toward a neighbor who subsequently called the cops. Kirchner was found guilty.

The Blaze

Tags: Argument, Crime, Environment, Hostility, Judgement, Lifestyle, Punishment, Sentence, Threat

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