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A New Jersey man was charged for detonating an explosive device at a lesbian-owned gym long considered by locals as a “safe haven” for LGBT+ people. 


Dwayne A Vandergrift Jr, 35, was charged by federal authorities on September 4 for not only causing devastating damage to the Gloucester City gym, but for unlawful possession of two destructive devices and unlawful possession of a short-barrelled rifle, according to a press release from the US Attorney’s Office for New Jersey.

At around 4am on August 26, Vandergrift tacked the explosive device on the front door of GCity Crossfit Gym, according to surveillance footage.

Sprinting off, the resulting explosion shattered the glass and desolated the door.

LGBT-owned gym and ‘safe haven for queer youth’ bombed in suspected hate crime

Tags: Arrest, Attack, Business, Destruction, Gym, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Safety, Violence



TikTok admits to censoring some LGBTQ+ content on its platform 


The infamous social media app has admitted to blocking LGBTQ+ hashtags to correspond with laws in specific countries.
In a recent report from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, it was discovered that many LGBTQ+ hashtags and content were banned from countries like Russia, Jordan and Bosnia.

The report states that “Hashtags related to LGBTQ+ issues are suppressed on the platform in at least 8 languages.”

The hashtags include “GayArab”, “I am gay” in Russian, “Gay” in Estonian, “I am a lesbian” in Russian and “Transgender” in Arabic.

TikTok admits to censoring some LGBTQ+ content on its platform

Tags: App, Business, Censor, Cultural, Differences, Laws, LGBTQ, World



TikTok 'Shadow-Banned' LGBTQ+ Hashtags in Several Languages 


TikTok has "shadow-banned" several hashtags relating to the LGBTQ+ community.

A report released by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute indicated that terms like "gay," "lesbian," and "transgender" were restricted in several languages for global users, "no matter where in the world they live."

"TikTok users posting videos with these hashtags are given the impression their posts are just as searchable as posts by other users, but in fact they aren’t. In practice, most of these hashtags are categorised in TikTok’s code in the same way that terrorist groups, illicit substances and swear words are treated on the platform. On some occasions, hashtags are categorised as non-existent, when in fact they’re tagged on videos across the platform.

TikTok 'Shadow-Banned' LGBTQ+ Hashtags in Several Languages

Gay man faces homelessness after teenage thugs who spat and hurled homophobic slurs at him every time he left the house

Gay hotel forced to remove BLM banner after anonymous complaint to city

US Marine who murdered a transgender woman was just pardoned

Gay bar raided by COVID “SWAT team” just hours after mayor changes regulations

Gay man was having the time of his life in the forest with his dating app Romeo. Minutes later, he was murdered

Ga. Man Who Was 'Beautiful Light' Is Allegedly Killed by Female Friend in Argument Over $5

Tamar Braxton's Ex-Boyfriend David Adefeso Claims He Was Physically Abused By The Singer

Tags: Activism, Advertising, App, Bar/Club, Business, Celibacy, Complaint, Denied, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Friends, Gay, Hate, Homophobia, Interference, LGBTQ, Misrepresentation, Move, Murder, Neglect, Police, Politics, Preference, Prison, Relationships, Release, Sex, Social Media, Theft, TikTok, Trans, Treatment, Violence, World, Youth



Porn producers are bringing security cameras and liaison officers to protect talent after dozens of women accused adult film star Ron Jeremy of sex attacks, as he's hit with 20 new charges, including assault of 15-year-old girl 


Porn producers are bringing in special measures to protect performers after dozens of women accused adult film star Ron Jeremy of sex attacks.

Top porn star Keiran Lee - who works with leading porn production companies such as Canadian firm Brazzers - is introducing measures including the use of CCTV cameras on set and hiring 'talent liaison officers' to help performers deal with any allegations of abuse.

Lee's production company Mr. Big is making the move in response to the ongoing court case against Jeremy.

Porn producers are bringing security cameras and liaison officers

Killer And Rapist Who Admitted Brutal Double Murder Was Motivated By Hatred Of Women Controversially Paroled In NY

30-Year-Old Man Charged with Attempting to Break Into Girl's Room in Anaheim

Tags: Business, Children, Lifestyle, Minors, Misconduct, Murder, Neighbor, Policy, Porn, Prison, Rape, Release, Safety, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Threat



Tekashi 6ix9ine Says He Felt ‘Ready’ to Snitch 


We all stared in confusion last September when Tekashi 6ix9ine testified against his former associates in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, implicating Cardi B and Jim Jones, among other oddities. Now, after heading home early from prison and restarting his rap career, 6ix9ine explained what was going through this his tangled rainbow head in an interview with the New York Times. Shortly after his former manager, Anthony “Harv” Ellison, was arrested for kidnapping 6ix9ine, the rapper’s lawyer got a call from federal agents saying 6ix9ine’s life was in danger. They met with the feds, who were already monitoring him. On November 18, two days after appearing on “The Breakfast Club,” he says he was scared and tired. “On Sunday, I went downstairs and I said, ‘I need to speak to your boss,’” he recalled. “I’m ready to snitch now.” The next day, he was arrested on federal charges of racketeering and firearms related to organized gang activity. He was facing up to 47 years in prison but got off with just two years; 13 months were for time spent, and four more were under house arrest. The defendants, Ellison and Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack, are currently facing life in prison. “This probably sounds sick, but I didn’t have a worry, because I wanted to testify,” 6ix9ine said. “That’s sick, right? But I wanted to tell my truth.”

“I really want this to hit home: When I was kidnapped, was I a victim?” he continued. “Did I cooperate? No. When they were stealing money from shows, did I cooperate? No. Did I have many chances to tell the police what I saw? Yes. I was following a street code that was upheld by me and that I thought was real.” 6ix9ine doesn’t worry with his new security team, which can give him “eight, 12, 22” bodyguards. Even the feds didn’t think witness protection would work. “You’re too noticeable,” he remembered them saying.

Tekashi 6ix9ine Says He Felt ‘Ready’ to Snitch

Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber respond to Tekashi 6ix9ine's claim they stole top chart spot

Tekashi 6ix9ine says there is “no difference” between him and Tupac

Tags: Business, Choices, Hip Hop, Snitching, Youth



Racist Verbal Attack on 3 Black Women at California Beach Caught on Video 


Three Black women say they were out for a morning run at Dockweiler State Beach in Playa Del Rey when they were subjected to a racist verbal attack.

Footage of a portion of the Sunday incident, which has gone viral, shows the woman in question on the phone in an attempt to get police on the scene.

"I need a paramedic," she's heard saying. "I need an ambulance. My environment has been harmed by this African Black person. … This African, Black lies!" The woman then claims that she was "just attacked" from behind, with the women heard swiftly correcting her.

Racist Verbal Attack on 3 Black Women at California Beach Caught on Video

Legal Aid’s obscene ‘racism’ charge against the Upper West Side

Hamptons brewery targeted with boycott over Black Lives Matter support

Rioters, looters could lose unemployment benefits under new bill

Cold-cocked judge becomes latest victim of senseless NYC violence

Elderly man seriously injured in attack on Manhattan subway

Brazen moment two young 'related' women get into vicious fight on jet bridge to Delta flight in NYC and delay takeoff by 40 minutes

Outrage as US Army lieutenant with 3 million followers on TikTok posts video joking about the Holocaust - prompting calls for dishonorable discharge

Horrifying moment man is knocked unconscious with a BRICK when an attacker runs up behind him in Baltimore

Tags: $, Alleged, Attack, Backlash, BLM, Business, Campaign, Cancellation, Charity, Community, Disruption, Environment, Etiquette, Fighting Back, Hate, Homeless, Injury, Laws, Misrepresentation, Police, Punishment, Racial Tension, Safety, Seniors, Social Media, Support, Travel, Unemployment, Verbal Attack, Video, Violence, War, Women In Charge, Youth



Older LGBTQ workers face special jeopardy from widespread workplace ageism 


Last June’s surprising Supreme Court decision granting LGBTQ employees protection under federal law would seem to put an end to workplace discrimination. But if you’re 50 or older, you may still experience an equally invidious form of discrimination: ageism.

According to a 2018 AARP survey, about three in five workers have experienced age discrimination in their jobs. A whopping 76 percent worried that ageism would hurt their job hunting. That fear is well-grounded. An analysis of employment data by the Urban Institute and ProPublica found that half of older workers were pushed out of jobs and 90 percent of them ended up taking a pay cut when they were finally rehired.

Being an older LGBTQ worker can make things even worse. Out LGBTQ workers have already had to deal with much higher levels of job discrimination and wage disparities. Now, despite the promise of job protections for being LGBTQ, they are finding that the pervasive problem of ageism serves as yet another threat to their careers and financial security.

Worsening the problem is the internalized ageism that many older LGBTQ people carry. A 2015 study of 312 gay men with an average age of 61 found that many felt aging was harder due to the perception that gay men primarily value younger men. No doubt, some of that carries over into the workplace as well.

Older LGBTQ workers face special jeopardy from widespread workplace ageism

Tags: $, Ageism, Aging, Business, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Gay, Hostility, Interference, Life Sucks!, Politics, Psychology, Punishment, Self Interest, Seniors, Sex, Shame, Unemployment, Victims





Air travel is getting even more stressful in COVID-19 times ... an American Airlines passenger had a meltdown over a medical condition and caused a huge scene.

The wild video picks up with a passenger arguing with a flight attendant, and our sources say the man was losing his cool over being told to keep his face covering on despite claims he was having trouble breathing.

The dispute gets tense and the vulgarities start flying back and forth ... and at one point, the flight attendant threatens to call the cops and tells the passenger, "I'm gonna have your ass arrested!!!"


Tags: Business, Choices, Disruption, Environment, Etiquette, Hostility, Self Interest, Threat, Travel, Video



Network Comedies’ Future Threatened By Outdated Broadcast Business Model 


It was once considered the holy grail, landing a comedy series on a broadcast network. But now studios may be walking away from the genre as the decades-old broadcast model is becoming increasingly non-viable in the streaming age.

The broadcast model, created when broadcast TV was the only game in town, is based on the studios taking the risk and reaping the rewards in success. Today, with the rise of vertical integration and streaming, it has evolved into studios taking the risk with very little or no reward to be had, especially for indies, which explains why they have been calling for changes to the antiquated financial formula.

“Downstream economics have changed drastically,” one industry insider said.

In television, networks pay a negotiated per-episode license fee to studios that produce the shows. In broadcast, for the first four seasons, the license fee is significantly lower than the cost of producing a series. The studio covers the deficit, or “deficit finances,” incurring tens or even hundreds of millions in costs before it can start to recoup some of the money spent.

Network Comedies’ Future Threatened By Outdated Broadcast Business Model

Tags: $, Business, Comedy, Entertainment, Future, Policy, Replacement, Survival



Radio broadcaster, 26, is fired for referring to Senator Kamala Harris as America's 'first colored vice presidential candidate' 


A radio station in Ohio has fired a broadcaster who described Senator Kamala Harris as the nation's 'first colored vice presidential candidate'.

Kyle Cornell, 26, made the remark on air on Wednesday night.

He was fired by WTAM 1100, a Cleveland-based station, on Thursday, after a social media backlash.

Cornell has apologized for 'making a judgement in error', and said he never intended to cause offense.

Radio broadcaster, 26, is fired for referring to Senator Kamala Harris as America's 'first colored vice presidential candidate'

MAGA hat spat: Mom claims two women stole her 7-year-old son's Trump hat and ripped up their sign outside Biden's DNC convention speech

Teen Chick-fil-A employee says she was FIRED after sharing a viral TikTok video revealing how to save money at the fast food chain - despite insisting she was 'great' at her job

Bravo removes four Southern Charm episodes where Thomas Ravenel laughs at his father not liking $5 bills because Lincoln is on the face and Kathryn Dennis shows off slave cemetery on family's plantation

NBC Sports REMOVES analyst Mike Milbury for making 'insensitive' joke that NHL players were lucky they had 'no women to disrupt their concentration' in the playing bubble

Big Brother 21's Nick, Tommy & Jessica Apologize For Racist Text Messages

A Facebook Executive Who Shared An Anti-Muslim Post Has Apologized To Employees

Tags: Apology, Backlash, Business, Cancellation, Celebrity, Employment, Overreaction, Racial Tension, Religion, Sensitivity, Snitching, Social Media, Sports, Termination, TV, Vandalism, Video, Violence, Women In Charge, Words



Black Lives Matter at odds with my religious beliefs, says Billy Vunipola 

Billy Vunipola has revealed he decided against taking a knee in support of Black Lives Matter last weekend because he considers elements of the organisation to be at odds with his religious beliefs. Discussing his controversial decision to support Israel Folau last year following the Australian’s homophobic outburst, Vunipola also admitted his views had not changed because “I’ve made my position clear”.

Vunipola told The Good, The Bad & The Rugby podcast that his views were based on what he perceived to be the “burning of churches and Bibles” in the name of Black Lives Matter. There is little evidence to support the claim that the movement has burned any churches.

“What I saw in terms of that movement was not aligned with what I believe in,” said Vunipola. “They were burning churches and Bibles. I can’t support that. Even though I am a person of colour, I’m still more a person of, I guess, Jesus.”

Black Lives Matter at odds with my religious beliefs, says Billy Vunipola

Protesters burn Bibles and American flags in Portland

Catholic Churches Burned, Vandalized in Florida, California; Police Investigating Possible Link to Protests

Otter Pops faces backlash after walking back offer to donate to BLM protesters

Tags: Activism, Business, Cancellation, Opinion, Politics, Religion, Sports, Standing Up, Violence



Amazon Says They're Working to Remove 'Joe and the Hoe' T-Shirts After Outcry 


Amazon tells Newsweek they are working to remove T-shirts featuring an offensive "Joe and the Hoe" slogan that are still available to purchase on the site, despite the company saying that they would be removed following a backlash yesterday.

Amazon Says They're Working to Remove 'Joe and the Hoe' T-Shirts After Outcry

Tags: Business, Cancellation, Enforcement, Environment, Fashion, Politics, Words



Extremist Catholic Orders Antigay Cake From Black Lesbian-Owned Bakery 


A member of a right-wing Catholic organization ordered a cake with an antigay message from a lesbian-owned bakery.

David Gordon, a follower of Church Militant, commissioned a red velvet cake for $40 and a $10 tip from Good Cakes and Bakes in Detroit. He included a special "Pride" request in the online order that was anti-LGBTQ+.

“I am ordering this cake to celebrate and have PRIDE in true Christian marriage," Gordon stated, according to the Detroit Free Press. "I’d like you to write on the cake, in icing, 'Homosexual acts are gravely evil. (Catholic Catechism 2357).'"

Extremist Catholic Orders Antigay Cake From Black Lesbian-Owned Bakery

Tags: Business, Food, Homophobia, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Offensive, Words



Popular TikTok star crashes & burns after videos attacking LGBTQ people, Muslims & Jews 


Cash Baker is a popular teenage Tik Tok star, but he’s flaming out in a dramatic manner after launching multiple attacks on LGBTQ people, Muslims, Jews, and Hindus.

Baker had over 16 million fans on the platform before posting the videos denigrating other religions and the queer community and now he’s whining that he’s lost “thousands and thousands” of followers over the bigoted remarks.

“I know it’s going to make a lot of people hate me for preaching the gospel. But guys, I’m just trying to preach the truth and what the Bible says, guys,” he added. “I only do all this because I love you guys.”

Baker’s “love” included telling LGBTQ people they would burn in hell because they are sinners.

Popular TikTok star crashes & burns after videos attacking LGBTQ people, Muslims & Jews

Tags: $, Advertising, Business, Cultural, Etiquette, Hate, LGBTQ, Opinion, Politics, Racial Tension, Religion, TikTok, Video, Youth



Straight, Middle-Aged Men are Being Charged More to Use Tinder Plus 


Tinder is charging straight men over 50 almost five times more than some other users to sign up for its premium service, according to a recent investigation by an Australian consumer advocacy group.

The consumer group Choice enlisted 60 mystery shoppers to sign up for Tinder Plus—a “premium subscription plan” that gives users the ability to undo accidental swipes, change their location, and dish out an unlimited number of “likes”—and compared the rates they were offered.

"Nowhere on Tinder's website, privacy policy, or in its terms and conditions does the company say that it will charge you a different price based on your personal data," Choice's Erin Turner told the ABC. The company further alleges that Tinder's terms of use aren’t transparent enough, since users aren’t told that pricing models are dictated by the details of their personal data.

Straight, Middle-Aged Men

Tags: $, App, Business, Exclusivity, Greed, Interference, Men, Privacy, Seniors



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