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Case Of Parents Who Allegedly Used Cattle Prod To Punish Kids Also Involves Horrific Rape Accusations 

 

A South Dakota couple accused of giving their children drugs and shocking them with cattle prods has pleaded not guilty to the charges against them.

One of the children told investigators Lance had physically and sexually abused her—raping her at least 150 times since she was 14 years old. The teen alleged that if she refused to have sex with him, Lance would use the cattle prod or hit her or tie a dog collar around her thigh to shock her, court documents said.

Oxygen

Fla. Middle School Teacher Allegedly Admitted Sex Abuse of Minor at Party Before Mom Confronts Her

Tags: Arrest, Child Abuse, Children, Family, Hate, Humiliation, Inhumanity, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Rape, Sex, Teacher, Violence

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29-Jun-2020


Black Lives Matter co-founder describes herself as ‘trained Marxist’ 

 

“The first thing, I think, is that we actually do have an ideological frame. Myself and Alicia in particular are trained organizers,” she said, referring to BLM co-founder Alicia Garza.

“We are trained Marxists. We are super-versed on, sort of, ideological theories. And I think that what we really tried to do is build a movement that could be utilized by many, many black folk,” Cullors added in the interview with Jared Ball of The Real News Network.

It also expresses its appreciation for the work of the US Communist Party, “especially Black communists,” as well as its support for “the great work of the Black Panther Party, the American Indian Movement, Young Lords, Brown Berets, and the great revolutionary rainbow experiments of the 1970s,” Breitbart reported.

NY Post

'I'm leaving and I'm just not coming back': Fed up with racism, Black Americans head overseas

Tags: Activism, Americans, Anguish, Backlash, Change, Enforcement, Exit, Hostility, Mental Health, New World Order, Philosophy, Politics, Poverty, Protest, Racial Tension, Racism, Safety, World

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27-Jun-2020


The outrage over Split keeps growing and it won't stop
 

Split, a movie that both entertained and, in a move no one saw coming, also revealed itself, in its final moments, to be a secret sequel to Shyamalan's 2000 hit, Unbreakable. Unbreakable was the director's dark-horse follow-up to the box-office smash The Sixth Sense. Since Unbreakable was a superhero origin movie, it made sense that it would get a sequel, as most successful superhero movies do — but it had been over 15 years, so Split's connection with Unbreakable was a bona fide mic drop.

Unfortunately, Split's success wasn't the only thing moviegoers were discussing about it. Split's star (and villain), played by James McAvoy, is a person with split personalities — hence the name of the movie. Since Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) is a real condition, the question was almost immediately raised whether it's appropriate to portray someone like that as a monster.

Looper

Tags: Argument, Backlash, Etiquette, Film, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Politics, Psychology

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25-Jun-2020


Why People Are Still Cruising for Sex During the Pandemic 

 

Alan stopped cruising for sex at public parks in Southern California for a month after the COVID-19 lockdowns began on March 19th, but has since been twice. As social distancing recommendations continue, he believes it’s naïve to think that guys will just stop having sex in parks altogether. “We have animal instincts, and we have a right to indulge in our desires,” Alan, whose name has been changed for privacy reasons, explained to VICE through Squirt, a website known for its cruising listings. "Sex is the main reason why I live life right now. If I didn’t have this outlet, I don’t think I’d be around much longer,” he continued.

Vice

If we can adapt to eating crappy environmentally protected food we can abstain from sex. 20-Jun-2020

Tags: All Rights, Contagion, Environment, Etiquette, Gay, Horny, Men, Mental Health, Safety, Self Interest, Sex, Social Distancing

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20-Jun-2020


Nextdoor Ends Its Program for Forwarding Suspicions to Police 

 

Nextdoor.com Inc., the neighborhood social networking app, is discontinuing a feature that allowed users to forward their posts directly to local police departments, the company announced late Thursday. The move comes as Nextdoor faces scrutiny over its role as a platform for racial profiling, its increasingly cozy partnerships with law enforcement, and after reports that some of its community moderators were removing posts that mentioned Black Lives Matter. But the company is retaining other features that facilitate communication with police through the app, including one that allows direct messages to law enforcement.

“As part of our anti-racism work and our efforts to make Nextdoor a place where all neighbors feel welcome, we have been examining all aspects of our product,” the post read. “After speaking with members and public agency partners, it is clear that the Forward to Police feature does not meet the needs of our members and only a small percentage of law enforcement agencies chose to use the tool.”

Bloomberg

Tags: App, Business, Cancellation, Crime, Criticism, Cultural, Environment, Etiquette, Mental Health, Policy, Profiling, Racial Tension, Support

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19-Jun-2020


Canada Among Very Worst White Supremacist Countries: Report 

 

Over 11 million online users globally have been reached by more than 6,600 right-wing extremist social media pages, groups, and accounts in Canada, according to a new report by a U.K.-based think tank that studies hate and extremism.

And researchers suspect that these users have been more active during the COVID-19 lockdown and anti-Black racism protests.

“We were really struck by the high level of engagement by Canadians,” said Jacob Davey, the Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD) senior research manager and co-author of the report. “It’s clear that Canada has a well established system of right-wing extremists very much comparable to that of the U.S. and U.K., and it’s part of a global pattern.”

Davey said the current anti-Black racism movements have likely led to more activity by these voices as they try to discredit the idea that racism is a problem in Canada.

Vice

Two Iowa men arrested in brutal, 'racially motivated' assault of Black man

Tags: Arrest, Attack, Campaign, Crime, Effect, Environment, Hate, Injury, Mental Health, Racial Tension, Racism, Social Media, Statistics, Supremacy, Threat, Violence, World

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19-Jun-2020


Black Teen Found Dead, Hanging in Texas Not Victim of Foul Play, Police Say

 

On Wednesday, the Harris County Sheriff's Department in Texas, confirmed that the 17-year-old black teen found dead, hanging from a tree, was not a victim of foul play.

"Homicide investigators were able to review school surveillance cameras and found no signs of foul play in this tragic incident," a statement from the Harris County Sheriff's Department said.

Newsweek

A 17-Year-Old Who Organized A BLM Protest Had A Burning Cross Placed In His Yard, Cops Said

A family posted a Martin Luther King Jr. quote in honor of Black Lives Matter. Their town told them to take it down

Former Head of Diversity: ‘Black Lives Did Not Matter at Morgan Stanley’

White Man Tells Black Teen in Gated Community She Doesn't Belong There

Viral Video Shows Racist Getting His Ass Handed to Him at Supercuts

White man rescued by Black Lives Matter protester is former police officer

‘The Good Place’ Producer Megan Amram Apologizes for Past Offensive Tweets

Filipino American confronted for BLM message sheds light on form of genteel racism, experts say

Being Black at work right now means doing a lot of extra emotional labor

Tags: $, Beauty, Business, Celebrity, Crime, Cultural, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Hostility, Hypocrisy, Mental Health, Neighbor, Police, Politics, Racial Tension, Racism, Social Media, Suicide, Video, Violence, Women In Charge, Youth

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18-Jun-2020


Men compete to impregnate a woman on this deranged new reality show 

 

Remember when Love Is Blind was the most extreme reality TV show anyone could envisage? Getting engaged sight-unseen was just crazy and hardcore enough to make cringey and absolutely addicting entertainment…

Well, FOX has outdone itself with its newest reality show, which began airing at the end of May. Labor of Love is a game show where men compete for the privilege of impregnating a woman. Yes, you read that right. As if 2020 hasn’t already proven society is on the verge of collapse, TV execs decided America needed a dating show that sounds creepily reminiscent of The Handmaid’s Tale’s rapey, dystopian plot.

Mic

Tags: Challenge, Mental Health, Parental Crime, Pregnancy, Priorities, Relationships, Sex, TV, Weird

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18-Jun-2020


The 'Best of Nextdoor' Account Is Trying to Make the Site Less Racist 

 

A social media network that is a combination of Facebook, Craigslist, and neighborhood watch, Nextdoor is a platform known for its "Karen problem," and hosting busybodies more worried about property than Black people, as one VICE story showed.

Jenn Takahashi, a public relations professional, started Best of Nextdoor in 2017 when she was living in the quiet neighborhood of Glen Park in San Francisco. At the time, she was working for a PR agency and found the job very stressful. For some reason, she told VICE, browsing the silliness on Nextdoor brought her peace.

"I had this one neighbor that would complain about someone rearranging her lawn gnome every single day at 4 p.m. on the dot," she remembered. Nonsense like this, she said, "was a reminder for me to not sweat the small stuff." Later, she'd start Best of Nextdoor, a Twitter account and website meant to capture moments like these. When submitting, users are reminded to keep the subject matter light and funny. But after Takahashi saw Nextdoor's initial statement supporting Black Lives Matter, she felt a responsibility to comment.

Vice

Tags: Action, Activism, All Rights, Business, Choices, Cultural, Environment, Equality, Etiquette, Investment, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Neighbor, Representation, Respect, Sacrifice, Social Media, Treatment, Unity

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16-Jun-2020


Shut down all police movies and TV shows. Now. 

 

For a century, Hollywood has been collaborating with police departments, telling stories that whitewash police shootings and valorizing an action-hero style of policing over the harder, less dramatic work of building relationships with the communities cops are meant to serve and protect. There’s a reason for that beyond a reactionary streak hiding below the industry’s surface liberalism. Purely from a dramatic perspective, crime makes a story seem consequential, investigating crime generates action, and solving crime provides for a morally and emotionally satisfying conclusion.

The result is an addiction to stories that portray police departments as more effective than they actually are; crime as more prevalent than it actually is; and police use of force as consistently justified. There are always gaps between reality and fiction, but given what policing in America has too often become, Hollywood’s version of it looks less like fantasy and more like complicity.

Washington Post

Police TV show Live PD delays new episodes and Cops halt season premier amid protests against police brutality over the death of George Floyd

Rachel Lindsay Says She’ll Cut Ties With ‘The Bachelor’ Unless ‘Embarrassing’ Diversity Issues Are Fixed

'Dance Moms' Star Abby Lee Miller's New Lifetime Series Canceled After Resurfaced Racist Comments

Tags: $, Chaos, Civil War, Entertainment, Exclusivity, Film, Hospital, Inciting Future Hate, Invasion, It Does Not Compute, Mental Health, TV, Unemployment, Weird

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06-Jun-2020


Hammer-wielding woman arrested after screaming racist tirade at Latino couple 

 

Dr. Lia Francoand and her husband, Arturo Cordovez, recorded a terrifying encounter with a woman yelling a racist tirade at them, telling them to "go back to your (expletive) country!" KPRC's Phil Archer reports.

NBC News

Tags: All Rights, Environment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Judgment, Mental Health, Politics, Racism, Supremacy, Threat, Treatment, Video

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28-May-2020


Grindr is not a cure for coronavirus anxiety 

 

In moments of great anxiety, it is not uncommon for me to embark on late-night Grindr sessions. My fraught relationship with the ubiquitous gay dating app goes back several years, and doesn’t include a whole lot of actual dates, frankly. The endless grid of headless torsos and explicit usernames usually don’t want dates; they want “pics.” The whole exhausting experience often concludes with me staying up way too late on a weeknight, and uninstalling the app in shame.

But I keep coming back, addicted to the slot machine-like feel of the app, which LGBT researcher Jack Turban defines as the psychological concept of variable ratio enforcement. In his 2018 piece for Vox examining Grindr’s impact on the mental health of gay men, Turban says Grindr awards its users for clicking at unpredictable levels, and that’s one of the most effective ways to reinforce human behavior. In other words, Grindr works like a slot machine: once in a while you score, but more often, you fail — sending endless inquiries into the digital abyss.

Like many people, I have struggled with my mental wellbeing during the coronavirus pandemic. In a recent poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation, nearly half of Americans said the crisis has negatively impacted their mental health. Early on, I attempted to cure my quarantine despair with Grindr, despite the obvious futility of the endeavor. While I had no intentions of actually meeting up with strangers in the midst of a worldwide pandemic, I still logged onto the app religiously, looking for an escape from my loneliness. Of course, being unable to actually meet up with anybody only increased my feeling of isolation, worsening the vicious cycle.

Outsports

Tags: Anguish, App, Coronavirus, Fear, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Loneliness, Mental Health, Sex, Vulnerable, Youth

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26-May-2020


'In Survival Mode': The Pandemic Is Devastating the Black LGBTQ Community 

 

After the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Aiden James Nevils started getting followed. Nevils, who lives in Pittsburgh, is required by Pennsylvania’s statewide regulations to wear a face covering while entering essential businesses, such as drug stores, pharmacies, and laundromats. But when he goes to the grocery store in his blue-and-white-patterned mask, he has noticed lingering stares from other shoppers or security guards who trail closely behind as he’s picking up food for the week.

As a Black man, Nevils says he is viewed as “inherently dangerous,” a reality that's reinforced by centuries of racial biases that send the message that people of his skin color are “wrong, bad, or a menace to society.” Being a transgender man and having his face partially obscured by a mask only reinforces that stigma, he said. It’s essentially four strikes in a game where Black people barely get one chance to swing and miss.

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected nearly every facet of American life, but perhaps no community has been affected as profoundly as Black LGBTQ people. People who live at this intersection of identity are not only more likely to face higher levels of scrutiny during a crisis in which racial minorities, especially Asian-Americans, are reporting a dramatic increase in hate crimes. They are vulnerable to the novel coronavirus in every conceivable way: from dramatic job loss to unique risks of infection that have yet to be adequately recognized by governmental authorities.

Vice

The Coronavirus Is Deadliest Where Democrats Live

The Pandemic Is Exposing the Limits of Science

Tags: All Rights, Community, Coronavirus, Cultural, Death, Environment, Etiquette, Fear, Illness, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Neglect, Politics, Population, Science, Statistics, Survival, Threat

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25-May-2020


Woman Who Allegedly Killed Wife With Wine Chiller Apprehended 

 

Mayra Gavilanez-Alectus, a 48-year-old New Jersey woman, was arrested on by federal authorities and Houston police on Wednesday and charged with the murder of her wife.

Rebecca Gavilanez-Alectus, 32, was found dead on May 17 in a bedroom of the Brick, N.J., home she shared with her spouse. A "cylindrical container used for the purpose of chilling wine" was the murder weapon, according to officials quoted by NJ.com.

Advocate

Tags: Arrest, Crime, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Marriage Equality, Mental Health, Murder, Violence

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25-May-2020


Concern over Pattinson and The Batman is rapidly growing
 

Is Robert Pattinson going... batty?

Fans are taking to social media to voice their concern following the publication of an in-depth piece in GQ entitled, "Robert Pattinson: A Dispatch from Isolation." In it, the actor describes his existence kicking around the London apartment in which he's hunkered down while production on The Batman is paused due to the coronavirus outbreak.

That concern is twofold: for the movie, and for the actor himself. As far as the film goes, it appears that Pattinson isn't exactly following the kind of workout and exercise regimen that one might expect from the star of a highly anticipated superhero movie. He revealed that his trainer left him with a Bosu ball and a weight that have basically been gathering dust in the corner since his quarantine began. "I think if you're working out all the time, you're part of the problem," Pattinson said. "You set a precedent. No one was doing this in the '70s. Even James Dean — he wasn't exactly ripped."

Looper

Tags: Celebrity, Environment, Fear, Film, Investment, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Quarantine, Safety, Social Media

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15-May-2020




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