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'American Horror Story' and 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' Share 1 Creepy Connection 


American Horror Story fans were dismayed to learn recently that the series’ 10th season will be delayed until next year. But during the wait for a new season, devoted watchers can pass the time by rewatching old episodes. And if any of them are also fans of the old series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, they might catch sight of something that has been featured in both shows. You probably won’t be surprised to learn that in both of them, the common factor is no place you’d want to be.

The two shows have some similarities, particularly in the kinds of villains they deal with. But it turns out that they share more than that.

Many viewers feel that having their favorite Slayer show up in American Horror Story just makes sense. It turns out that this isn’t such a far-fetched idea. American Horror Story‘s creator, Ryan Murphy, has gone on the record saying that he’d love to have Gellar on the show. Gellar didn’t seem as enthusiastic about the idea, however, saying that she’s heard that the moody series shoots way past her bedtime.

'American Horror Story' and 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' Share 1 Creepy Connection

Tags: Classic, Entertainment, Fans, Fun, Support, TV, TV Trivia



Italians divided over whether Black man’s beating death was motivated by racism 


Willy Monteiro Duarte was born in Rome to parents from Cape Verde. He had just become an Italian citizen, and at 21 years old, was an aspiring chef at a hotel in a town near Rome.

All of that ended on Sept. 6 when he tried to break up a fight — and instead was beaten to death himself.

“Fascism in Italy has this history of the cult of the male body, of the strong body, of the strong myth of Rome that ruled the world and so on — a myth of domination,” said Marcello Maneri, an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Milan Bicocca who studies race and power.

“These people [the two brothers] acted like they owned the community," he said. “They wanted to patrol their territory. In the end, I think when they saw this Black guy, they thought, ‘We are the people who must control this territory, not him.’”

Italians divided over whether Black man’s beating death was motivated by racism

Community Decides That Swastika, New York Will Not Change Its Name

University of Georgia Fraternity Suspended Over Racist Group Texts


Tags: Activism, Attack, Bullying, Business, Change, Coronavirus, Death, Education, Hate, Judgment, Murder, Name, Politics, Privilege, Racial Tension, Safety, Social Distancing, Social Media, Support, Town, World, Youth



Church depicts Jesus as genderqueer with breasts, a beard and make-up so ‘everyone sees themselves in Christ’ 


The national church of Iceland has apologised for circulating a children’s Sunday school advertisement that depicted Jesus Christ as genderqueer.

The cartoon poster from the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Iceland shows a rosy-cheeked Christ with breasts, beard and make-up jumping in front of a rainbow.

Church depicts Jesus as genderqueer with breasts

Tags: Advertising, All Rights, Apology, Art, Backlash, Children, Church, Equality, Fear, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Religion, Support, Sweet



Fans Raise Money for ‘Battlestar Galactica’ Actor Michael Hogan After Serious Fall 


People are raising money online for “Battlestar Galactica” actor Michael Hogan’s medical care after he had a serious fall in February.

According to a GoFundMe page created on behalf of his wife Susan Hogan, the actor has been suffering from paralysis on his left side, memory loss and other health problems from a fall on Feb. 17 that caused bleeding in his brain. He is currently being cared for at the Berkley Care Center in North Vancouver, Canada.

“Though it is hard to imagine, I think it’s fair to say it is unlikely Michael will be able to work again. And for these past seven months, neither has Susan, given the circumstances,” the fundraiser description, written by Horgan’s neighbor Shari Ulrich, reads. “She is facing an uncertain future to navigate other than knowing that the financial demands will continue to be great.”

Fans Raise Money for ‘Battlestar Galactica’ Actor Michael Hogan After Serious Fall

Tags: $, Celebration, Charity, Family, Health, Injury, Sad, Support, TV Swatch



Adele is hit by claims of 'cultural appropriation' after showing off her seven stone weight loss in a Jamaican-flag string bikini top and bantu knots in her hair to mark cancelled Notting Hill Carnival 


Adele has been slammed for cultural appropriation after donning a Jamaican flag string bikini top to mark the cancelled Notting Hill Carnival.

In a picture shared to her Instagram, the songstress, posing in the garden of her $9.5million Beverly Hills home, wore her hair in Bantu knots leading some to slam the choice as 'insensitive'.

The hairstyle - small, coiled buns secured against the side of the head - is associated with people of African descent.

Adele is hit by claims of 'cultural appropriation'

'She grew up in black culture, she's from Tottenham': Adele is defended by Naomi Campbell, Alexandra Burke and MP David Lammy after being accused of 'cultural appropriation' for wearing a Jamaican-flag bikini and bantu knots

I think a person's hair should be free to twirl and knot whichever way it pleases. No one owns shit. It belongs to God. If the Bieberette and Auntie Em can be considered black so can Adele. 31-Aug-2020

Tags: Backlash, Celebrity, Environment, Hostility, Overreaction, Politics, Pride Killer, Psychology, Racial Tension, Ridiculous, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Support, Unruly Child



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



Painters In Kenosha Are Covering Up Black Lives Matter Messages With Murals About “Love” And “Unity” 


Deshauntis stepped outside and surveyed the scene in his hometown. In the aftermath of days of protests over the police shooting of a Black man, dozens of people had come to paint the city’s boarded-up downtown in bright, colorful murals. A man was singing folk music. A local church was handing out big cups of free strawberry lemonade.

"I see the effort," Deshauntis said, tightly. He added, "I don’t really see a lot of Black people out here."

And the murals — they didn’t say “Black Lives Matter.” The message across all of downtown Kenosha, where some buildings had been scorched during the protests and others reduced to still-smoking rubble, was about love. That’s what people were painting almost everywhere: “Love is the answer.”

“I support the protests,” John, who like other people interviewed for this story asked not to have his last name used, told BuzzFeed News. “I do not support the violence and the anarchy.”

He pointed, though, to the words “No Justice, No Peace,” a common rallying cry of the Black Lives Matter movement. “I totally disagree with this,” he said. “That’s not the way it goes. Justice and peace I agree with, but when it’s worded this way, that is not the way to handle it. Otherwise we’ll continue to have anarchy.”

Painters In Kenosha Are Covering Up Black Lives Matter Messages With Murals About “Love” And “Unity”

Tags: Activism, Art Deletion, Community, Environment, Fighting Back, Safety, Support, Unity, Vandalism, Violence



‘That Little Baby Needs Justice’: Body Of Toddler Found Floating In Bayou, Foul Play Suspected 


The body of a 2-year-old girl, who disappeared from a Houston playground last week, was found submerged in a bayou over the weekend.

Maliyah “Tootie” Bass’ body is believed to have been found floating in the water on Sunday after vanishing a day earlier. The body was spotted by a jogger around 10:30 a.m. investigators said. The unresponsive child, who was rescued from the water, was pronounced dead at the scene.

“I’m highly confident that foul play is involved in this case,” Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo said in a statement.

‘That Little Baby Needs Justice’: Body Of Toddler Found Floating In Bayou, Foul Play Suspected

After beating death of MO boy, cousin asks: ‘How many people called’ state hotline?

Tags: Children, Complaint, Crime, Death, Family, Investigation, Missing, Murder, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Support, Violence



People Are Trying to Cancel a Sundance-Winning French Film They Know Nothing About 


On Aug. 20, Netflix issued an apology following a wave of backlash for its marketing materials promoting Maïmouna Doucouré's Cuties. The poster featured the French film's main characters — the titular dance troupe named Cuties — in spandex dance costumes of shorts and crop tops. The streamer's now-deleted movie description read that lead character Amy "becomes fascinated with a twerking dance crew," and in an attempt to join them, she "starts to explore her femininity, defying her family's traditions."

An uproar was immediately ignited over the poster's apparent sexualization of children, and the backlash equated Netflix's marketing with the film's intent. "We're deeply sorry for the inappropriate artwork that we used for Mignonnes/Cuties," a Netflix spokesperson said in the statement on Thursday. "It was not OK, nor was it representative of this French film which won an award at Sundance. We've now updated the pictures and description."

The damage, however, was already done. Along with accusations that Netflix was run by pedophiles, petitions went up demanding the streamer remove the film from its lineup. I should note that Cuties won't premiere in the United States until Sept. 9, so the masses currently protesting the film's release haven't actually seen it. But that hasn't stopped over 178,000 people from signing the petition or another petition with the same purpose from gaining over 336,000 signatures.

People Are Trying to Cancel a Sundance-Winning French Film They Know Nothing About

Thor: Ragnarok Actress Tessa Thompson Defends French Twerking Film ‘Cuties’

Tags: Art Deletion, Backlash, Celebrity, Cultural, Film, Overreaction, Representation, Support, Youth



Innocent woman at Brooklyn nail salon among nearly dozen shooting victims Friday 


Two people were killed and another nine were wounded on another bloody Friday in Gotham — which saw an innocent woman at a Brooklyn nail salon caught up in the surging gun violence, police said.

The latest incident of gunplay erupted just before noon near Pitkin Avenue and Logan Street in East New York, where a 68-year-old woman was struck by a stray bullet in the ankle as a group of three fired at each other on the street, cops said.

“You can’t even get your nails done,” one police source quipped.

Innocent woman at Brooklyn nail salon among nearly dozen shooting victims Friday

80-year-old grandfather dies after vicious beating in grocery store bathroom; surveillance video leads to suspect arrest

Husband is left paralyzed after being hit by stray bullet when he insisted on walking to the store with his new wife to hold her umbrella in gentrified Brooklyn as gun violence in NYC spirals out of control

LA cops slam onlookers who mocked three transgender women as they were attacked and robbed on Hollywood Boulevard

JoJo removes Tory Lanez from her album Good To Know after Megan Thee Stallion accuses rapper of shooting her

Palm Springs police investigating two shootings over the span of 8 hours

Halle Berry and Michael B. Jordan offer support to Megan Thee Stallion after she reveals details of shooting

Trump offers to send in the National Guard after cops declare a RIOT in Portland on the 86th consecutive night of unrest as BLM protesters clash with police and smoke bombs are set off

Ken Cuccinelli: Portland protesters 'crossed the residential line,' vows no options off the table

Tags: Cancellation, Celebrity, Crime, Environment, Guns, LGBTQ, Murder, No Law, Parental Crime, Police, Privilege, Seniors, Support, Theft, Trans, Violence, Youth



Montauk Brewing Faces Firestorm Over Black Lives Matter Support 


The sign, which said, "The founders and team at Montauk Brewing Company support the movement with all our heart. Black Lives Matter," was written in chalk by Montauk Brewing Company founder Vaughan Cutillo. "We have donated to and will continue to donate to support organizations that support the cause. Come as you are."

The words have incited fury among some who charge that the brewery does not support police. A Facebook page created Wednesday, Defund Montauk Brewing Company has more than 13,000 members, many of whom are posting the words "Back the Blue". "This group is to bring awareness," the page said. Montauk Brewing Company, the page said, made a "poor decision by supporting an anti-American terrorist group."

Members of the group are posting in support of businesses pulling the brew from their taps.

"There will be no Montauk Brewery Company items sold here! Back the Blue!" Timothy Nickels wrote.

Montauk Brewing Faces Firestorm Over Black Lives Matter Support

Tags: Activism, Backlash, BLM, Cancellation, Police, Social Media, Support, War



Kevin Hart Meets Up With Ellen DeGeneres After Defending Her Amid Toxic Work Place Allegations 


Lending an ear. Kevin Hart met up with Ellen DeGeneres for lunch after defending the talk show host amid her toxic workplace allegations earlier this month.

“This hate shit has to stop. Hopefully it goes out of style soon,” he wrote.

Kevin Hart

Tags: Cancellation, Celebrity, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Relationships, Support



Howard Stern’s advice to Ellen DeGeneres: ‘Just be a prick’ 


Well, it’s worked for him!

Howard Stern has weighed in on Ellen DeGeneres’ seeming fall from grace, saying that if he were in the talk show host’s shoes, he would “change [his] whole image.”

“I’d go on the air and be a son of a bitch,” he said Monday on SiriusXM’s “Howard Stern Show.” “People would come on and [I would] go, ‘Fuck you.’ Just be a prick.”

Howard Stern’s advice to Ellen DeGeneres: ‘Just be a prick’

Tags: Advice, Celebrity, LGBTQ, Support



Poll reveals 61% of black Americans want the police to remain in their neighborhoods - despite calls to defund them 


The findings come in a poll by Gallup which also found that 61% want the police presence in their neighborhoods to remain the same despite calls to defund and reform policing across the country.

The majority of black Americans want to retain their local police force and for officers to spend the same amount of time in their neighborhoods as they currently do.

The poll suggests that roughly equal proportions of black Americans would also like the police to spend more time in their area (20%) as those who would like them to spend less time there (19%).

The figures are relatively similar to those in other demographics with 71% of white Americans and 67% of all U.S. adults wanting to retain the status quo, including 71% of white Americans.

Poll reveals 61% of black Americans

Tags: Community, Police, Statistics, Support



Ashton Kutcher praises Ellen DeGeneres, and fans are not having it 


Ashton Kutcher has waded into the great celebrity debate of the moment: Whether Ellen DeGeneres is a monster boss with Miranda Priestly-like iciness, or a relatively kind and misunderstood trailblazer who's being unfairly blamed for the alleged actions of her producers.

In a series of tweets, the former Two and a Half Men star, who has appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show several times, lent his support to the embattled daytime talk show host.

Ashton Kutcher praises Ellen DeGeneres, and fans are not having it

Tags: Backlash, Celebrity, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Support, Women In Charge



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