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School worker claims ‘extremist’ rants against LGBT-inclusive education were ‘morally necessary’ to defend the Bible 

 

Kristie Higgs, 44, had been employed at Farmor’s School in Fairford, Gloucestershire, for seven years, but was sacked for gross misconduct in 2018 over Facebook rants about LGBT+ inclusive education.

In one post, sharing a petition from anti-LGBT+ lobbying group CitizenGo, Higgs accused schools of “BRAINWASHING OUR CHILDREN” [sic] through inclusive relationships education, claiming: “[This] means, for example, that children will be taught that all relationships are equally valid and ‘normal’, so that same-sex marriage is exactly the same as traditional marriage, and that gender is a matter of choice, not biology, so that it’s up to them what sex they are.”

Higgs described inclusive education as a “vicious form of totalitarianism”, adding: “Please sign this petition, they have already started to brainwash our innocent wonderfully created children and it’s happening in our local primary school now.”

But this week, Higgs announced that she would be taking legal action against Farmor’s School, claiming that she was subjected to discrimination and harassment on the grounds of her religious beliefs.

School worker claims ‘extremist’ rants against LGBT-inclusive education were ‘morally necessary’ to defend the Bible

Tags: Backlash, Education, Employment, Enforcement, Environment, LGBTQ, Opinion, Parental Burden, Politics, Religion, Termination, Woman's Rights

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22-Sep-2020


For Some Black People, The Term 'Latinx' Is Another Form of Erasure 

 

A conversation-shifting hashtag #LatinidadIsCancelled, started by Afro-Indigenous (Zapotec) writer Alan Pelaez Lopez, outlines just how mestizx, white-centering, anti-Black, anti-Indigenous, and anti-queer the culture remains. (This was the first of a few examinations of anti-Blackness and Latinidad as they arose in popular culture, and the one which summed it up most cohesively.) This has prompted scholars, activists, and everyday Afro-Latinx individuals to reconsider their use of the word Latinx, as well as the "Afro-" or "Black" label placed before it, and whether ethnicity itself is enough to identify with Latinidad (a term used to describe the “shared culture” of Latinxs).

“For those who embrace Latinidad, it's a double-edged sword,” said Zaire Dinzey-Flores, a member of Black Latinas Know Collective and an associate professor of Latino and Caribbean Studies and Sociology at Rutgers University. “For those who don't fit the image that has been boosted by this term [Latinx] and this concept [of Latinidad], it almost works as a violent term… toward those of us—and I’ll say us because I’ll include myself in that—who cannot exist outside of the violence of even the production of Latin America.”

For Some Black People, The Term 'Latinx' Is Another Form of Erasure

What happened to Blatin, Blatino and Blatina for the majority and Blatinx for those whose sex identifies them? All children should be called blats or blatties until they are defined. 14-Sep-2020

Tags: Awareness, Community, Cultural, Family, History, Inclusion, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Opinion, Youth

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14-Sep-2020


Call Me By Your Name director defends casting straight actors and shying away from full frontal male nudity

 

The idea that a marginalised minority should be given the opportunity to portray themselves on the big screen was dismissed by Guadagnino in a new interview with The Independent.

“I read too much Freud to be taking seriously these kind of critics, meaning that I honestly don’t believe I have the right to decide whether an actor is straight or not,” he said.

“Who am I to know what somebody is thinking of himself or herself within themselves? Yes, Armie is a straight man with a wife and children and the same can be said of Timothée. But do I ask them to swear on their sexuality, on their identities, on their desires, before I cast them? I don’t!”

Call Me By Your Name director defends casting straight actors and shying away from full frontal male nudity

Tags: Actor, Employment, Entertainment, Experience, Film, LGBTQ, Opinion, Perception, Representation, Talent

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12-Sep-2020


Henry Golding Explains Why He's Playing Gay in 'Monsoon' 

 

Henry Golding had a head-turning starring role in the blockbuster hit Crazy Rich Asians. Since, he's been reaping the rewards, knocking one project after the other out of the park. But this fall Monsoon, his latest project, releases and he's playing Kit, a Vietnamese man who returns to his home country after fleeing as a child. But Kit is gay.

"From my point of view, with this particular role, it was the fact that his journey wasn’t hinged on the fact he is gay,” the straight actor told Attitude in a new cover story. "It's almost like, yes, he's a young gay man. but the bigger issue is who he is as a person".

Golding falls within a long line of straight actors taking on gay roles — often the most prominent and most lauded gay rols are taken by straight actors. Over the past decade, this has drawn increased scrutiny with both audiences and gay actors. Many have spoken about how their careers are impacted after coming out.

"What’s happened is that, when someone comes out of the closet, we celebrate them," Billy Eichner told Deadline in a recent, unrelated interview. "We applaud them. We put them on the cover of magazines. We say, thank you for living your truth, and thank you for being brave, and you’re such a role model for our gay kids. And then instantly, that actor gets taken off so many casting lists in the business." The casting lists they do stay on, for the most part, are those for gay roles or projects that want queer appeal. One argument is that if queer actors are only going to be considered for queer roles, they should be the only ones considered there.

Henry Golding Explains Why He's Playing Gay in 'Monsoon'

"May the best woman win." 10-Sep-2020

Tags: $, Celebration, Celebrity, Employment, Film, Gay, LGBTQ, Opinion, Overreaction, Politics, Success, Survival, Talent

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10-Sep-2020


Gay YouTuber Lohanthony ‘denounces’ his sexuality in favour of ‘Christian celibacy’ after finding Jesus 

 

The 21-year-old YouTuber, real name Anthony Quintal, found internet fame as a sassy, swear-y, proudly gay teenager, but his latest video was in stark contrast to his previous persona.

Lohanthony posted a video titled “Jesus delivers – surviving sexuality” on Friday, 21 August, in which he discussed “sexuality and [his] call to Christian celibacy”.

He revealed in the video that that he had struggled with alcohol and drug dependency but was now sober, and that he had been sexually abused as a young child by an “older boy”.

He added: “It’s no coincidence that through pursuing my same-sex attraction, I was also addicted to alcohol, I was also addicted to weed, I was also trying hallucinogenics, I was also addicted to money, I was addicted to views, I was addicted to attention.”

Gay YouTuber Lohanthony ‘denounces’ his sexuality in favour of ‘Christian celibacy’ after finding Jesus

YouTuber Lohanthony said that he didn't go to conversion therapy and defended 'Christian celibacy' in a new video. Experts say his rhetoric could still be cause for concern.

Tags: All Rights, Celebrity, Celibacy, Opinion, Religion, Sex, Sex Identity, Video, Video Gay Swatch, Youth

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27-Aug-2020


Doctor Strange Director Tells Fans Not to Go See Tenet or Any Other Movie in Theaters 

 

Scott Derrickson doesn't want you to see Tenet — or any other movies, for that matter — at the cinema. Friday night, the helmer behind Doctor Strange posted an ominous warning to his Twitter account, asking his followers not to attend movie theaters until the coronavirus pandemic has passed. A concern for many, Derrickson seemed to express displeasure in those Americans continuing to push for the reopening for theaters far in advance of the pandemic actually being handled by health and government officials.

"Don't go see Tenet or any other movie in theater. There, I said it," Derrickson tweeted. In a follow-up tweet, the filmmaker added that he was "speaking to my fellow Americans of course."

Doctor Strange Director Tells Fans Not to Go See Tenet or Any Other Movie in Theaters

A wedding reception spread coronavirus to 53 people, killing a woman who didn't attend the event

Tags: $, Activism, Celebration, Coronavirus, Death, Environment, Etiquette, Film, Film Trivia, Opinion, Safety, Wedding

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23-Aug-2020


Rose McGowan unleashes fury against Joe Biden, Democrats: 'You are monsters, frauds' 

 

The actress and activist, 46, who has stood behind Biden assault accuser Tara Reade and blasted Hollywood stars for their support of the Democratic presidential nominee, made her distaste for Biden loud and clear as she ripped his speech in which he described America as a "cloak of darkness" under Trump.

"Give people light. Those are words for our time. The current president has cloaked America in darkness for much too long. Too much anger. Too much fear. Too much division," Biden said on Thursday night.

"You are the season of darkness. @JoeBiden @dnc You are monsters. You are frauds. You are the lie," McGowan reacted on the social media platform.

"What have the Democrats done to solve ANYTHING? Help the poor? No. Help black & brown people? No. Stop police brutality? No. Help single mothers? No. Help children? No. You have achieved nothing. NOTHING. Why did people vote Trump? Because of you motherfuckers," she wrote.

Rose McGowan unleashes fury against Joe Biden, Democrats: 'You are monsters, frauds'

'I would shut it down': Joe Biden says he would start second lockdown to fight coronavirus pandemic if scientists recommend as he slams Trump for not working to 'fix the virus'

'Kamala is a hypocrite - she saw an opportunity to seize a position of power and took it.' Biden accuser Tara Reade claims Harris 'turned a blind eye to sex assault victims' after saying she 'believed' women who came forward against former VP

Rapper Ice Cube Calls Out Democrats After Convention: 'What's in It for the Black Community?'

Joe Biden faces new plagiarism accusation after viewers claim lines from his DNC acceptance speech sound suspiciously similar to those written by late Canadian politician Jack Layton

Tags: Celebrity, Coronavirus, Fraud, Hypocrisy, Opinion, Plagiarism, Politics, Quarantine, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Social Media, Speech, Woman's Rights

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22-Aug-2020


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

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20-Aug-2020


Bruce Springsteen Calls Lana Del Rey “Simply One Of The Best Songwriters In The Country” 

 

Bruce Springsteen called Lana Del Rey “simply one of the best songwriters in the country” on the most recent episode of his From His Home To Yours DJ series on SiriusXM. For the last few months of lockdown, Springsteen has been taking over his own E Street Radio station to play songs that he likes, and on his latest he played Del Rey’s 2012 track “American,” which calls out Springsteen himself: “Springsteen is the king, don’t you think/ I was like, hell yeah that guy can sing.”

Bruce Springsteen Calls Lana Del Rey “Simply One Of The Best Songwriters In The Country”

Tags: Celebrity, Music, Opinion, Preference, Radio, Respect, Talent

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16-Aug-2020


Bo Derek Opens Up About Her 18-Year Romance with John Corbett — and Why They Have No Plans to Marry 

 

Derek, 63, and Corbett, 59, first began dating in 2002. “It was just an attraction, a comfort,” she said of their meeting.

“He makes me laugh all the time. He’s full of life, full of joy. I became attracted to him and I still am. We take things day by day and I think we are still there,” she added of the former Sex and the City star. “We’re starting to get a little more settled.”

Corbett has echoed Derek’s views on marriage in the past, telling the Huffington Post in 2016 that the secret to a successful relationship is not getting married at all.

“Don’t get married,” he said. “I have a lot of friends that get divorces. It becomes this whole thing. I think the secret is just enjoy being together.”

Bo Derek

Tags: Celebrity, Marriage, Opinion, Relationships

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15-Aug-2020


A Black Marxist Scholar Wanted to Talk About Race. It Ignited a Fury. 

 

Adolph Reed is a son of the segregated South, a native of New Orleans who organized poor Black people and antiwar soldiers in the late 1960s and became a leading Socialist scholar at a trio of top universities.

Along the way, he acquired the conviction, controversial today, that the left is too focused on race and not enough on class. Lasting victories were achieved, he believed, when working class and poor people of all races fought shoulder to shoulder for their rights.

“Adolph Reed and his ilk believe that if we talk about race too much we will alienate too many, and that will keep us from building a movement,” said Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, a Princeton professor of African-American studies and a D.S.A. member. “We don’t want that — we want to win white people to an understanding of how their racism has fundamentally distorted the lives of Black people.”

A contrary view is offered by Professor Reed and some prominent scholars and activists, many of whom are Black. They see the current emphasis in the culture on race-based politics as a dead-end. They include Dr. West; the historians Barbara Fields of Columbia University and Toure Reed — Adolph’s son — of Illinois State; and Bhaskar Sunkara, founder of Jacobin, a Socialist magazine.

“An obsession with disparities of race has colonized the thinking of left and liberal types,” Professor Reed told me. “There’s this insistence that race and racism are fundamental determinants of all Black people’s existence.”

A Black Marxist Scholar Wanted to Talk About Race. It Ignited a Fury

Tags: All Rights, Backlash, Cancellation, Cultural, Etiquette, Free Speech, Judgment, Men In Charge, Opinion, Overreaction, Politics

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14-Aug-2020


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

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14-Aug-2020


Photo appears to show Jerry Falwell Jr. with zipper down and arm around a woman 

 

“How is this Jerry Falwell Jr. photo even real?” tweeted Meghan McCain. “Also if you're running the largest Christian university in America maybe don't put photos of yourself on social media with your pants undone on a yacht - with random women in bad wigs. So gross, so hypocritical.”

Photo appears to show Jerry Falwell Jr. with zipper down and arm around a woman

Tags: Education, Men In Charge, Oops, Opinion, Photos, Religion, Social Media

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04-Aug-2020


We’re Witnessing the Total Breakdown of Discourse 

 

June’s wave of protest songs and statements of solidarity with Black Lives Matter among artists, activists, journalists, celebrities, and brands in and around hip-hop and beyond spoke to the ability of the community at large to mobilize around important issues. We’ve seen leaders called to the floor for their records on policing, organizations like the “Washington Football Team” reckoning belatedly with historical insensitivity, and renewed calls for representation in film, publishing, and journalism. Overdue milestones are being met.

But the summer has been marred by avoidable squabbles in the hip-hop community. J. Cole got into it in June with Chicago rapper and activist Noname, after he released “Snow on tha Bluff,” in which he criticizes an intelligent woman he believes to be lording knowledge over men who desperately need it.

When news broke that Megan Thee Stallion had been shot during a night out with Kylie Jenner and Tory Lanez, the internet exploded with jokes, reinforcing Noname’s frustrations just a few weeks prior. Model, author, and actress Chrissy Teigen landed in hot water by cracking wise about Meg twerking on Twitter.

Cam’ron weighed in on Instagram, saying “Tory saw that dick and started shootn,” parroting vile rhetoric that portrays trans women as deceitful figures who prey on unsuspecting cis straight men.

We’re Witnessing the Total Breakdown of Discourse

Tags: Backlash, Celebrity, Entertainment, Feud, Gossip, Hate, Hip Hop, Hostility, Insensitivity, Opinion, Politics, Segregation, Social Media, Threat, Trending

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03-Aug-2020


There’s nothing good on TV 

 

In Dragon Ball Z, the popular anime series of the late ‘80s / early ‘90s, they have this thing called — hand to God — the Hyperbolic Time Chamber. Go into the Hyperbolic Time Chamber and you’ll experience a whole year’s time in a single day. On the show, friendly but aggressively jacked warriors essentially used it to cram for exams, squeezing in a few years’ worth of training into a weekend. That used to be a sweet idea to me: if I had one of those, I would hop in, not to get shredded but to watch TV. Four months into pandemic-induced isolation, that’s not as appealing anymore. I finally have all this time to watch TV, and I never know how to spend it.

There’s nothing good on TV

Tags: Business, Entertainment, Opinion, Quarantine, Scarcity

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03-Aug-2020




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