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Hundreds of teachers claim to have seen pupils sexually abuse or harass classmates in school 


More than 1,500 teachers responded to the survey, carried out for the Radio 4's File on 4 programme, and more than half said they did not think adequate procedures were in place in their schools to deal with abuse.

It comes after schools and universities across the country have faced increasing pressure to deal with sexual abuse in schools.

The issue hit headlines after reports of sexual harassment, abuse, misogyny and assault were published by the Everyone's Invited website - an anti-rape movement recently set up in the UK.

In new figures published by the charity yesterday, the NSPCC says the hotline has received hundreds of calls since launching in April.

The charity says estimates suggest around one third of all child sexual abuse is carried out by their peers.

The website enables students from schools and universities across the country to anonymously share their accounts of sexual abuse and harassment.

Hundreds of teachers claim to have seen pupils sexually abuse

Christian nurse charged with raping comatose patient who later gave birth in long-term care facility

Ten convicted sex offenders are arrested in just one week in Texas after illegally crossing the border

Illegal Mexican immigrant's claims he was kidnapped and forced to murder student Mollie Tibbetts

Bill Cosby Denied Parole; Ex-“America’s Dad” Won’t Participate In Required Sexually Violent Predator Treatment

Woman facing more than 200 charges in a sex crime investigation

Tags: Celebrity, Charge, Children, Education, Fear, Health, Minors, Misconduct, Parental Crime, Pregnancy, Rampage, Rape, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Sexual Harassment, Threat, Video, Violence, World, Youth



Supergirl Sets Premiere Date as Superman & Lois Announces Hiatus 


The CW set a premiere date for Supergirl's sixth and final season while announcing a brief hiatus for Superman & Lois.

Supergirl Season 6 will kick-off March 30 after The Flash at 9 p.m. ET/PT on The CW, taking Superman & Lois' regular spot in the network's Tuesday evening lineup. The latter DC TV series will go on a brief hiatus...

Supergirl Sets Premiere Date as Superman & Lois Announces Hiatus

Tags: Comics, Environment, Health, Postponement, TV



Buffy’s Nicholas Brendon Is ‘Not Ready’ to Speak About Joss Whedon Allegations: ‘It’s Very Personal for Me’ 


Taking his time. Nicholas Brendon told fans that he won’t be discussing the allegations against Joss Whedon after Buffy the Vampire Slayer costar Charisma Carpenter claimed that he displayed abusive behavior on set.

'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' Cast Addresses Joss Whedon Scandal

“I’m not speaking on Joss yet,” Brendon, 49, explained in a Facebook Live video on Monday, February 15, as he prepared to undergo spinal surgery. “It’s very personal for me, so I’ll speak on that when I’m ready to speak on that because he and I had a relationship. It’s a big part of my life, a very emotional part of my life and I want to give it the proper respect and time that it deserves.”

Buffy’s Nicholas Brendon Is ‘Not Ready’ to Speak About Joss Whedon Allegations: ‘It’s Very Personal for Me’

Tags: Be Well, Celebrity, Controversy, Daddy Squish, Employment, Environment, Friendship, Health, History, Hollywood, Opinion, Privacy, Relationships, TV, TV Trivia



Here’s why COVID-19 has a vaccine after 1 year and HIV doesn’t after nearly 40 years 


The rapid development of several COVID-19 vaccines has compelled numerous web commenters to accusingly ask why the same hasn’t been done for HIV, a pandemic that has lasted nearly 40 years longer than the coronavirus.

However, a closer look at the different virology of coronavirus and HIV helps explain why the former has a soon-to-be widely available vaccine and the latter doesn’t.

The aforementioned critics often claim that the lack of an HIV vaccine is due to the fact that HIV has most affected men and trans women who have sex with men, Black people, people of color, and intravenous drug users — marginalized people who tend to have less money and political power. Thus, the lack of an HIV vaccine can seem like a conspiratorial way to let these communities die off.

Here’s why COVID-19 has a vaccine after 1 year and HIV doesn’t after nearly 40 years

Tags: Coronavirus, Cultural, Death, Disease, Environment, Exclusivity, Gay, Health, Inclusion, Insensitivity, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Representation, Science, Vaccine



Kirk Cameron under fire for hosting large caroling protests as COVID-19 cases surge: 'Unchristian' 


Kirk Cameron is facing backlash for hosting mass gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Growing Pains star corralled hundreds of people together on Sunday night to sing Christmas carols outside The Oaks mall in Thousand Oaks, Calif. Many attendees were not wearing masks or practicing social distancing, according to Instagram videos posted by Cameron, as COVID-19 cases surge in Southern California and capacity at intensive care units are at dangerously low levels.

“God Bless America!” Cameron captioned one video. “Joy over Fear.”

Kirk Cameron under fire for hosting large caroling protests as COVID-19 cases surge: 'Unchristian'

Tags: Celebrity, Coronavirus, Environment, Health, Policy, Politics, Religion, Rude, Safety, Social Distancing



Here’s the real story behind Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’ 


In the Santa Cruz Sentinel, August 18, 1961, there is an account of thousands of birds raining down from the sky at 3 a.m.—crashing into homes and cars in Capitola and Pleasure Point, California just off Monterey Bay. Eight persons were reported bitten. This is the bird: Ardenna grisea, the sooty shearwater.

“The word of the bird invasion spread fast throughout the state,” notes the article, “and a phone call came to The Sentinel from mystery thriller producer Alfred Hitchcock from Hollywood.” He requested a copy of that day’s paper. After all, the famed director was adapting a particular 1952 Daphne du Maurier story into a screenplay on the subject of killer birds. And less than two years later, Hitchcock’s The Birds premiered.

Prevailing theories at the time supposed the sooty shearwaters got lost in the fog. But if flocking birds were easily confused in low visibility, which is pretty normal up and down coastal California, then shearwater invasions would be as common as passing rain. So, in order to understand what happened, first you need to know how a flock of birds—like thousands of shearwaters—fly and move together.

Here’s the real story behind Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’

Tags: Animals, Environment, Film, Film Trivia, Health, Lifestyle, Nature, Science, Study, World



NY expects 170K doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine by mid-December 


New York expects to receive its first 170,000 doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine from the federal government by mid-December, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday as he expressed doubt about the distribution of the shot throughout the state.

“We expect, if all safety and efficacy approvals are granted, those first doses will arrive by Dec. 15,” Cuomo said during an Albany press briefing.

Since the vaccine requires two doses, a second 170,000 Pfizer doses will be delivered to the state 21 days after the first, said Cuomo.

The Empire State also expects initial allocations of drug company Moderna’s vaccine this month, Cuomo said.

On Monday, Moderna applied to the US Food and Drug Administration for emergency use authorization for its coronavirus vaccine, while Pfizer and BioNTech filed their application with the FDA earlier last month for authorization for their COVID-19 vaccine.

NY expects 170K doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine by mid-December

Tags: Exclusivity, Health, Insensitivity, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Politics, Treatment, Vaccine



China Is Demanding An Apology From The ABC Over 'Racist' TV Show 

The episode in question focuses on the story of ancient Chinese Empress Wu Zetian, the only woman to ever rule China.

However, an article by China's state-controlled Global Times claims the episode had drawn outrage and condemnation from Chinese-Australians for its 'controversial content suggesting insects, rats and hair are used in normal Chinese recipes, which they believe is racism and demand for an apology.'

The article continued "In an episode of the series, ancient China Empress Wu Zetian, who is played by a white actress, is eating insects, rats, jellyfish and hair, and invites two modern visitors, the program's hosts, to join the meal."

"As the visitors act disgusted, 'Wu' explained it was 'perfectly normal' to eat insects in China in the Tang Dynasty (618-907)."

China Is Demanding An Apology From The ABC Over 'Racist' TV Show

88 Chinese puppies rescued from dog meat trade coming to New York

Tags: Animals, Food, Health, History, Lifestyle, Racial Tension, Rescue, Safety, Tradition, TV, World



Bill Maher blasts Biden's speechwriter for trying to blame ALL 254,000 COVID deaths on Trump - and says it's actually the fault of the US for being an 'incompetent' country 


Bill Maher suggested the United States' staggering number of coronavirus deaths were because its an 'incompetent country' while pushing back against a guest's claim that President Donald Trump was to blame.

Maher then interjected to argue that the United States' coronavirus-related deaths were a result of widespread blundering - not simply President Trump.

'Everybody's incompetent. It wasn't just Trump that led to those deaths,' said Maher. 'He certainly did his part, but we're an incompetent country.'

'That's true,' Meacham, 51, agreed.

'And an unhealthy one,' Maher said.

Bill Maher blasts Biden's speechwriter for trying to blame ALL 254,000 COVID deaths on Trump

Tags: Celebrity, Coronavirus, Death, Denial, Environment, Health, Hypocrisy, Interview, Life Sucks!, News, Opinion, Politics, Safety, TV





LGBTQ acceptance is eroding even among young people. What are we going to do about it?

By Adam Zivo

There is some very bad news that not nearly enough people are talking about. Acceptance of the LGBTQ community is significantly declining in the United States and has been for several years now. Almost two years ago, a national annual survey by GLAAD found that, since 2016, Americans have become much more uncomfortable with LGBTQ folks. Though the report has since become slightly dated, little research has been done on the issue since. Other statistics, such as consistent increases in anti-LGBTQ hate crimes, suggest that the problem has not abated and may even be getting worse.

Despite the seriousness of this issue, there appears to be little awareness within the LGBTQ community that its public support is eroding. This ignorance within the wider community is mirrored by a lack of serious analysis by queer leaders and researchers. That needs to change.

And let’s not fool ourselves that this is a US-only problem. While it’s unclear how much this backlash is mirrored in Canada and Western Europe (which share similar historical trajectories on LGBTQ rights), both of these regions have also seen notable increases in anti-LGBTQ hate crimes – so there is good reason to be pessimistic. However, only real research focused on social attitudes will give us clarity. For whatever reason, this research isn’t being done in earnest.


Tags: Activism, Awareness, Community, Concern, Environment, Equality, Etiquette, Evolving, Exclusivity, Fail, Fighting Back, Gay, Health, Homophobia, Investment, Leaders, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Neglect, No more Heroes, Perception, Preservation, Reaction, Rebellion, Representation, Respect, Sex, Treatment, Violence



Keke Palmer Is Facing Major Backlash After Tweeting That Food Stamps Should "Only Work On Healthy Items" 


EBT, also known as food stamps or SNAP, is a government-run program that gives individuals with low incomes a small budget every month to buy groceries. And the idea that the government should control what EBT recipients are allowed to buy is a talking point often made by conservatives who would like to see the program either reduced or cut entirely. (Trump, for example, has proposed getting rid of EBT and replacing it with preset boxes of food, in which the recipient has no choice in what they get.)

Suffice to say, Keke was ratioed pretty hard on Twitter for her suggestion — generating a lot more comments than likes.

Keke Palmer Is Facing Major Backlash After Tweeting That Food Stamps Should

Tags: Backlash, Bullying, Cancellation, Celebrity, Diet, Environment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Food, Health, Hypocrisy, Idiocy, Ignorance, Interference, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Nobody's Business, Offensive, Politics, Poverty, Privilege, Social Media, Threat, Women



Why some Latino essential workers remain overlooked amid racial reckoning protests 


The vast majority of Latinos living in the U.S. (around 60.6 million) are not undocumented, but 15.7% lived in poverty in 2019, a number that had been falling, but is still more than double their white counterparts, according to Census data.

Latinos also make up a large portion of the labor force in service sectors that were considered essential after the COVID-19 pandemic started (some 65%) -- like some construction, health care and food service workers -- leaving them at higher risk of being exposed to the disease without the protections typically afforded first responders and other traditional essential workers.

"Why are Latinos dying at a higher rate? Because we have no choice," said Frankie Miranda, the president of the Hispanic Federation, which supports Latino-led non-profits around the country. "We have to go to work, stock the shelves, deliver the food, be the sanitation workers, and of course we don't have the protective gear or any kind of information that can help us really navigate this. We know this for sure because our member agencies -- that were already underfunded and under-resourced -- were the ones that needed to step in and be the first responders for our communities."

When asked why he believes the Mexican community has not jumped into action and demanded racial equality following the Black Lives Matter protests, Alvarez suggested: "We are too afraid. Even if you want to do a peaceful protest, you don't want to be arrested because you can get deported."

Alvarez's case points to another situation that many Latinos say is affecting the community: lack of unity.

Why some Latino essential workers remain overlooked amid racial reckoning protests

Tags: All Rights, Cultural, Environment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Hate, Health, History, Hostility, Humiliation, Inhumanity, Judgment, Latinos, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Neglect, Opinion, Politics, Protection, Racism, Safety, Treatment, Vulnerable



Domino’s delivery worker caught on camera rubbing ice cream on crotch 


A Domino’s delivery man in England was caught on a doorbell camera rubbing a pint of ice on his crotch before giving the frozen treat to his customer, according to reports.

Domino’s delivery worker caught on camera rubbing ice cream on crotch

Tags: Choices, Crime, Etiquette, Health, Mental Health, Misconduct, Sex, Threat, Toxic, World, Wrong



'I had to find the bravery, emotionally and physically, to just be naked': Finn Wittrock on mental health, nudity and starring Netflix's no.1 show in the world, Ratched 


As Ratched becomes the number one show in the world on Netflix, I zoom into Finn’s getaway in a remote farm in New Mexico - having escaped LA with his wife, Sarah and their one and half year-old child – to talk mental health, body image, stereotypes and why talking about childhood trauma is so important…

How have you coped with the lockdownexperience?

It's been hard. I haven't worked since February and it's been like a Groundhog Day experience – every single day is the same. Having a kid is good because it gives me a schedule, which otherwise might be bad for me not to have because I don't know if I would ever go to sleep or ever wake up. But that is also hard because there's no break.

'I had to find the bravery, emotionally and physically, to just be naked'

Tags: Celebrity, Coronavirus, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Fear, Health, Hollywood, Hot Swatch, Interview, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Portrait, Success



‘The Batman’ UK Production Halted After Robert Pattinson Tests Positive For Coronavirus – Update 


With filming on Matt Reeves’ The Batman having resumed only three days ago after pausing 5 1/2 months ago, the UK production at Warner Bros. Leavesden has stopped again after one of the people on the production turned up positive with COVID-19.

Deadline has confirmed that star Robert Pattinson is the member of the production team who tested positive for the virus.

‘The Batman’ UK Production Halted

Tags: Cancellation, Celebrity, Coronavirus, Film, Health, Safety, World



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