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Former NY sportswriter Kat O’Brien reveals she was raped by MLB player in 2002 

 

A former New York sportswriter has revealed in an explosive emotional essay how she was raped by a Major League Baseball player in a hotel room 18 years ago.

Kat O’Brien was 22 and interviewing the unnamed player for a story about foreign-born sluggers adapting to US culture when he “moved suddenly to kiss me,” she wrote in a first-person column Sunday in the New York Times.

“I said, no, no, I don’t want that, but he pushed me over to the bed,’’ said O’Brien, a former Newsday reporter who was working with the Fort Worth Star-Telegram in Texas at the time.

Former NY sportswriter Kat O’Brien reveals she was raped by MLB player in 2002

Tags: Employment, Fear, History, Journalism, Mental Health, NSFW, Portrait, Rape, Safety, Sex, Sports, Survival, Treatment, Violence

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20-Jun-2021


Actress Rachel Griffiths reveals the REAL reason so many Australian actors are fleeing America 

 

Since the beginning of the pandemic, Australia has seen many ex-pats return home after years living in America.

And actress Rachel Griffiths, 52, believes she knows why that is - and it's not just down to Covid.

'Over the past year, as I checked in with Australian friends in the US, I kept hearing the same thing: 'I just want to come home… I've never felt more Australian.'

'It wasn't just the pandemic – it was the exhaustion of trying to make sense of that country, of living between truths and lies,' she writes.

Actress Rachel Griffiths reveals the REAL reason so many Australian actors are fleeing America

Tags: Celebrity, Choices, Environment, Fear, Freedom, Lifestyle, Politics, World

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30-May-2021


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

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27-May-2021


After permit approved for whites-only church, small Minnesota town insists it isn't racist 

 

When the church doors open, only white people will be allowed inside.

That’s the message the Asatru Folk Assembly in Murdock, Minnesota, is sending after being granted a conditional use permit to open a church there and practice its pre-Christian religion that originated in northern Europe.

Despite a council vote officially approving the permit this month, residents are pushing back against the decision.

After permit approved for whites-only church, small Minnesota town insists it isn't racist

Tags: All Rights, Church, Community, Exclusivity, Fear, Neighbor, Religion, Weird, White People

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22-Dec-2020


Lenny Kravitz Says Luther Vandross Was Lonely and Tried to Hide His Sexual Orientation 

 

Luther Vandross seemed to have it all, but according to Lenny Kravitz, the late singer struggled behind the scenes. Kravitz says Vandross was a lonely man and he tried to hide his sexual orientation from the public. The singer wanted nothing more than to live his life, but he held on to this secret until his death.

During an interview on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Patti LaBelle spoke about Vandross’ hesitance to come out. She says he told her he didn’t want to upset his mother. He also didn’t want to disappoint his female fans.

Lenny Kravitz Says Luther Vandross Was Lonely and Tried to Hide His Sexual Orientation

Tags: Career, Celebrity, Entertainment, Environment, Fear, Gay, History, Legend, LGBTQ, Loneliness, Music, Portrait, Sacrifice, Sad, Shame

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24-Nov-2020


Needlessly Sexy Statue Stirs Massive Row 

 

The British have erected a statue to “mother of feminism” Mary Wollstonecraft in north London, and it is unexpectedly sexy? Rather than depicting Wollstonecraft herself, artist Maggi Hambling instead gave the world a silver lady to embody all the ladies, nude and toned and shapely. These choices have polarized the statue’s public, some of whom have wondered, Where are the “Everywoman’s” clothes? Why does she have the flat abs of a fitness influencer and a spherical topiary bush? Is this historically accurate? What is the point?

Needlessly Sexy Statue Stirs Massive Row

Controversial nude statue of feminist icon Mary Wollstonecraft covered up with anti-trans slogan t-shirt

Tags: Anguish, Art, Celebration, Choices, Disruption, Employment, Fail, Fainting, Fear, Female Establishment, Feminism, Gagometer, Hate, Interference, LGBTQ, Sex, Trans, Women In Charge

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12-Nov-2020


Police Called to Dallas Home After Man's Bloody Halloween Display Frightens Neighbors 

 

A Dallas residence has become a hot topic after the homeowner created a bloody massacre display on his front lawn ahead of Halloween.

Steven Novak tells PEOPLE that his terrifying Halloween decor has received ample attention — both good and bad — in his neighborhood, but that he's been loving every second.

Police Called to Dallas Home After Man's Bloody Halloween Display Frightens Neighbors

Tags: Celebration, Complaint, Environment, Fear, Freedom, Halloween, Hate, Interference, Nobody's Business, Overreaction, Sensitivity

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30-Oct-2020


'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

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03-Oct-2020


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

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23-Sep-2020


'Defund the police' activist Alyssa Milano calls 911 sparking massive police presence in her quiet California neighborhood claiming an armed an gunman was on her property - but it was really a teen shooting at squirrels with an air gun 

 

Actress and 'Defund the police' activist Alyssa Milano was quick to call cops when she believed an armed gunman was on her Bell Canyon property on Sunday morning.

The call ignited a response that included seven Ventura County Sheriffs' vehicles, one K-9 unit, a police helicopter and one Los Angeles Fire Department team that sat down the street on standby.

In July, the left leaning activist Alyssa tweeted out to her 3.7 million followers a link, urging them to sign the 'People's Budget L.A.' that demands a 90 percent reduction in police funding.

One neighbor says, 'She can tweet those things because at the end of the day she lives behind gates in a gated community. She knows the police will come to save her. But what about all those people who don't have that luxury and live in unsafe neighborhoods? She obviously doesn't care.

'She uses her platform in hypocritical ways. Why not send your husband into the yard to find out what is actually going on before you call the police? I would guesstimate the response today from law enforcement cost tax payers thousands of dollars.'

'Defund the police' activist Alyssa Milano

Tags: Celebrity, Crime, Environment, Exclusivity, Fear, Help!, Home, Hypocrisy, Politics, Safety

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23-Sep-2020


Proud New Yorker Jerry Seinfeld - who ridiculed claims Big Apple is finished and said he’d never leave - is spotted in his Porsche outside his $32M mansion in the HAMPTONS 

 

Jerry Seinfeld was spotted in the Hamptons on Monday arriving at his $32million house in a vintage Porsche, a week after labeling a comedian who fled New York City for Florida a 'putz' and vowing never to abandon the Big Apple.

Proud New Yorker Jerry Seinfeld

Tags: Cancellation, Celebrity, Fear, Fraud, Hypocrisy, Privilege, Safety, Self Interest

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02-Sep-2020


Feminism Has ‘Gone Too Far’, Say 50 Percent of Gen Z Men 

 

Half of young men believe that feminism has “gone too far and makes it harder for men to succeed”, according to a new report from anti-extremism charity HOPE not hate.

Sam Smethers, chief executive of feminist charity The Fawcett Society told VICE News: “This data is consistent with previous Fawcett research which found that there is a significant proportion of young men who feel threatened by feminism and also that younger men are more likely than older men to describe themselves as feminists, so opinion is polarised.”

Feminism Has ‘Gone Too Far’, Say 50 Percent of Gen Z Men

Tags: Backlash, Fear, Feminism, Men, Mental Health, Relationships, Sex, Statistics, Survival, Treatment, Women In Charge

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03-Aug-2020


American Girl company is ‘disgusted’ by parody ad of a gun-wielding ‘Karen’ doll who refuses to wear face mask during the coronavirus crisis 

 

American Girl said it is 'disgusted' by an online advertisement parody that features a gun-wielding Walmart shopper dubbed 'Karen' who refuses to wear a face mask during the coronavirus pandemic.

The parody features an American Girl doll altered to wear a purple track suit, hold a semi-automatic handgun and appears to be in a Walmart store without a face mask.

'Meet Karen,' the fake image reads. 'She's an independent thinker who refuses to wear a mask in public places!'

The name 'Karen' has been used to describe entitled middle-aged white women in modern slang, but can apply to people who use their privilege to exert power in oftentimes unnecessary instances.

Daily Mail

Fury at BBC over race podcast where presenters branded white women 'Karens' and said they should 'read some books' and 'stop being so loud'

Tags: Aging, Backlash, Cultural, Fear, Hostility, Lifestyle, Politics, Racial Tension, Racism, Rampage, Video, Violence, Vulnerable, Women In Charge

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07-Jul-2020


Nobody Wants to See Your Cringey Fourth of July Celebrations 

 

Here’s the thing: Now, more than ever, nobody wants to watch a 30-part Instagram story about a summer getaway. Life is absolutely, actively not good right now for any American with a sliver of a conscience or even a hint of financial instability. While it’s hard to begrudge anyone their coping mechanisms in this moment, it’s a good time to reflect on the rote patriotism that circulates every year on the dot. Proud to be an American? In this economy? With this rate of COVID-19 resurgence? Maybe not.

Right now, celebratory Fourth of July content is the normie equivalent of Kim Kardashian’s tweet about her daughter’s new fleet of sleek, black fairytale horses.

It’s tone deaf, it’s tacky, it’s like, where’d you even get 14 horses right now—except the 14 horses are a stand-in for the audacity to plan and publicize the fact you’re on a group vacation in the middle of a pandemic.

Vice

Tags: Anguish, Celebration, Chaos, Environment, Etiquette, Fear, Hypocrisy, Opinion, Sacrifice, World

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03-Jul-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




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