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Without empathy the term ‘community’ is redundant 

 

This idea of belonging and imagined private utopias were characterised in the subvertive explorations of the mid-twentieth century works of David Hockney’s pictorial escapes in Domestic Scene (1963), retreats in his Cavafey poetry inspired The Beginning (1966), or differently in a more sexually liberating yet overtly violent esoteric excess William Borough’s novel Wild Boys (1971). However courageous in their time for avocation for same sex relations, in retrospect collectively they portray queer visibility as lacking in outward empathy and visibility for others. This has become confounded.

Such manifestos for a vision for a supposed utopia doesn’t widen for the inclusion for lesbians, transgender and BAME individuals. Also how does their context fit within the queer landscape of today given the lack of presence for others, especially where historically queer spaces and our representation are largely tailored and dominated by cis white gay men. This hasn’t largely been questioned to the extent till now in which Rosie Hastings and Hannah Quinlan’s practice observes and rightly exposes.

GAYTIMES

Tags: App, Choices, Community, Environment, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Preference, Relationships, Safety, Sex, Support, Unity

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27-May-2020


Bus company criticised for “offensive” decision to rebrand Pride bus to an NHS one 

 

A bus company has come under fire for attempting to rebrand their Pride bus.
Plymouth Citybus took to Twitter over the weekend to share pictures of their new rainbow bus, which has been rebranded from one showing support for LGBTQ+ Pride to one showing support for the NHS.

“Rainbows have become synonymous with hope and the NHS during the current pandemic,” they wrote, “so we thought what better way to show our thanks to our amazing NHS and key workers, than to re-brand our Pride bus to our rainbow NHS bus?”

The decision to rebrand the Pride bus has caused a divide, with many highlighting that the rainbow flag has been associated with Pride for decades, and others pointing out the often fickle nature of companies showing support for the LGBTQ+ community.

Gay Times

Tags: Advertising, Backlash, Business, LGBTQ, Overreaction, Politics, Priorities, Unity, World

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18-May-2020


I'm a black man in a Covid-19 hotspot. I don't have sympathy for people of color who won't social distance 

 

I was walking home late one night recently when I ran into them. I froze, swore out loud and backpedaled.

A group of my neighbors had taken their house party to the street. Streams of smiling people without face masks spilled into the cul-de-sac ahead of me, blocking my only route home. Never mind that we live in a viral hotspot -- predominately black DeKalb County, which has the second-highest number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in Georgia. They partied on as I waited for a path to clear.

I've been thinking about those neighbors as I read stories with civil rights advocates saying black people and brown people are facing harsher treatment by law enforcement officers for violating coronavirus safety orders.
But there's a question I never see addressed in any of those stories:

Why isn't there any moral outrage directed at those same black or brown people who refuse to take precautions that would protect their community?

CNN

Tags: Community, Coronavirus, Environment, Equality, Etiquette, Extinction, Hypocrisy, Lifestyle, Politics, Sacrifice, Safety, Stepping Up, Support, Treatment, Unity

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17-May-2020


Younger blacks and Latinos are dying of COVID-19 at higher rates in California 

 

Black and Latino Californians ages 18 to 64 are dying more frequently of COVID-19 than their white and Asian counterparts relative to their share of the population, a Times analysis of state health department data shows.

Newly released figures on the grim toll of the novel coronavirus show once again profound disparities in people’s odds of survival that fall along racial and ethnic lines. In this case, the data also belie the conventional wisdom that old age is the primary risk factor for death.

When accounting for each group’s percentage of the population, blacks and Latinos under the age of 65 had a higher share of fatalities than even older blacks and Latinos. The trend is particularly noticeable among those age 18 to 49, The Times analysis found.

LA Times

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Tags: Coronavirus, Death, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Family, Health, Lifestyle, Medical, Parental Burden, Pride, Quarantine, Race, Representation, Respect, Sacrifice, Sad, Safety, Statistics, Support, Surge, Survival, Treatment, Unity, Vulnerable, Warning

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26-Apr-2020


Omar Sharif Jr: COVID-19 Has Super-Charged LGBTQ Marginalization 

 

For generations, LGBTQ people around the globe have suffered the repressive isolation that comes from living in the closet. Locked away we were afraid to live our full and authentic lives, we held captive our innermost emotions and desires, and we feared the repercussions of coming out.

Today, one-third of the world’s population is under some form of lockdown; the consequences of coming out are just too severe. A certain degree of loneliness, desperation, and anxiety has become many of our realities. You just wish you could embrace the one you love after being denied for six weeks, try waiting 10-plus years. Quarantine is a closet that we now all share.

Today we are all in the same boat. And still today, LGBTQ people are disproportionally affected. If COVID-19 was the Titanic, LGBTQ people would be on the lower decks. The LGBTQ community has a higher percentage of underlying medical conditions among its population. LGBTQ people are more likely to live in poverty and lack access to adequate healthcare, medical leave and other basic necessities. The LGBTQ population uses tobacco 50 percent more than the general population, which could makes one’s prognosis considerably worse. To add insult to injury, LGBTQ people continue to face discrimination in many healthcare settings across the country.

Advocate

Tags: All Rights, Celebrity, Coronavirus, Environment, Gay Rights, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Parental Burden, Perception, Population, Preservation, Protections, Quarantine, Safety, Treatment, Unity, Victims

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26-Apr-2020


Covid-19’s devastating toll on black and Latino Americans, in one chart

 

It has been clear for some time that the coronavirus pandemic is killing black and Latino Americans at disproportionately high rates, but new data from the last few days reveals just how devastating the Covid-19 crisis has been for people of color.

Starting in New York City, the American epicenter of the outbreak: Black New Yorkers are dying at twice the rate of their white peers; Latinos in the city are also succumbing to the virus at a much higher rate than white or Asian New Yorkers. The same trends can be seen in infection and hospitalization rates, too.

Mother Jones compiled data from all of the states that break out their coronavirus data by race and ethnicity. The same thing we’re seeing in New York City is happening across the country: Black and Latino Americans get infected with Covid-19 at alarmingly high rates and more are dying than we would expect based on their share of the population.

Vox

Tags: Awareness, Choices, Coronavirus, Death, Environment, Exclusivity, Fear, Health, Lifestyle, Neglect, Parental Burden, Preservation, Race, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Stepping Up, Support, Termination, Threat, Unity

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18-Apr-2020


Coronavirus is spreading a wave of vile and disgusting racism. This is how the LGBT+ Asian community is fighting back 

 

Asian LGBT+ activists spoke to the Bay Area Reporter about the current situation and the action they’re taking as they attempt to take care of themselves, as well as their communities.

Amazin LeThi is a queer Vietnamese athlete and founder of LGBT+ advocacy organisation the Amazin LeThi Foundation. She was the first out athlete to compete for Vietnam at the South East Asian Games and is using her platform to speak out against coronavirus fuelled racism.

She said: “Obviously, there has always been racism toward the Asian community, but we’ve never seen anything that has been so quick and so globally widespread as this.

“Sometimes it just feels like they just consider the whole continent of Asia, China. They just see an Asian person and because the coronavirus came from Asia, we are all part of the problem.

Pink News

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Coronavirus, Environment, Fear, LGBTQ, Misrepresentation, Politics, Racism, Respect, Safety, Supremacy, Treatment, Unity, Vulnerable, World

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09-Apr-2020


Colin Fassnidge from My Kitchen Rules offers free food to those in need amid the coronavirus pandemic 

 

Colin Fassnidge has launched an online cooking show with his wife and daughters while in lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.

And on Wednesday, the celebrity chef stepped out of his home to offer free food.

Daily Mail

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Tags: $, Business, Charity, Chef, Choices, Coronavirus, Education, Fighting Back, Food, Humanity, Representation, Respect, Super Daddy!, Supplies, Sweet, Tech, Unity

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08-Apr-2020


Outcry over racial data grows as virus slams black Americans 

 

As the coronavirus tightens its grip across the country, it is cutting a particularly devastating swath through an already vulnerable population — black Americans.

Democratic lawmakers and community leaders in cities hard-hit by the pandemic have been sounding the alarm over what they see as a disturbing trend of the virus killing African Americans at a higher rate, along with a lack of overall information about the race of victims as the nation’s death toll mounts.

Among the cities where black residents have been hard-hit: New York, Detroit, New Orleans, Chicago and Milwaukee.

“Everywhere we look, the coronavirus is devastating our communities,” said Derrick Johnson, president and CEO of the NAACP.

ABC News

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Weighed In On Why So Many Black Americans Are Dying Of COVID-19

Diamond and Silk’s Twitter account locked for breaking coronavirus misinformation rules

In These States, the Disabled Could Go to the Back of the Ventilator Line

This South Florida City Is a Looming Coronavirus Hot Spot You Haven’t Heard About

Tags: Community, Coronavirus, Disabled, Discrimination, Environment, Fake News, Health, Lifestyle, Medical, Neglect, Preservation, Reckless, Safety, Social Media, Survival, Termination, Threat, Treatment, Unity, Victims, Vulnerable

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08-Apr-2020


The Gay Community’s Obsession With Status and Looks Has Huge Mental Health Costs 

 

The queer community is one of the highest risk groups for depression, anxiety, and substance abuse. For decades, many scientists wrongly assumed that LGBTQ+ people were inherently pathological, and therefore at greater risk for mental disorder. Shortly after research based on actual surveys of LGBTQ+ people first began in the late 1990s, discrimination and stigma were revealed to be the primary detriments to LGBTQ+ mental health. Though we certainly still have a ways to go, the queer community has since gained a measure of social acceptance. Now, some LGBTQ+ mental health researchers are shifting their focus to stress that comes from within the community itself.

Men of color were more likely to perceive what we call gay community stress. Single men were more likely to experience it, as well as men who described themselves as more feminine, men with fewer socioeconomic resources, and men who didn't feel particularly attractive. We also found that younger men compared to older men were more stressed, and that bisexual men were less likely to experience this type of gay community stress.

them.

Tags: Community, Environment, Exclusivity, Hostility, Insensitivity, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Racism, Study, Treatment, Unity

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08-Apr-2020


Irony: Hate Crimes Surge Against Asian Americans While They Are On The Front Lines Fighting COVID-19 

 

There have been a lot of encouraging stories about peoples’ acts of generosity and kindness during the COVID-19 crisis. Unfortunately, human nature has its bad side too and the crisis has brought out some of our worst qualities including xenophobia, racism and, in some cases, violence.

Hate crimes against Asian Americans and Asian immigrants in the United States have been surging. It has ranged from verbal harassment to denial of services to physical attacks. There is no way to know, but President Trump’s insistence on calling COVID-19 the “China Virus” certainly doesn’t help. It is true that the Chinese government acted abysmally, for example, initially denying that the virus could be transmitted person to person. But China is hardly a democracy and the Chinese people were the victims rather than the perpetrators of this cover-up.

In fact, Asian Americans and Asian Immigrants to the U.S. deserve our thanks for their role in responding to the COVID-19 crisis. First of all, they are vastly over-represented among the front line medical workers who are treating those who have been infected. Seventeen percent of doctors, 9 percent of physician’s assistants and nearly 10 percent of nurses in the United States are of Asian descent.

Forbes

Tags: Action, All Rights, Employment, Environment, Equality, Heartless, Hostility, Ignorance, Interference, Karma, Leaders, Medical, Parental Crime, Racism, Respect, Ridiculous, Safety, Self-hatred, Support, Supremacy, Survival, Treatment, Unity, Unruly Child

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05-Apr-2020


 

If you truly believe that God will grant you immunity from this pandemic, you shouldn't waste that superpower in church... use it to save people. Last I checked, God doesn't live in a church. He's in the heart you must've misplaced. 04-Apr-2020

Tags: Environment, Religion, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Unity

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04-Apr-2020


Pride Organizations Around The World Will Come Together For A Virtual Global Pride 

 

The COVID-19 crisis has led to hundreds of cancelled Pride celebrations around the globe—but the LGBTQIA community has found a way to celebrate anyway. This week, international Pride organizations announced Global Pride, a 24-hour virtual celebration that will take place on June 27.

Global Pride is the result of a collaboration between InterPride, a global federation of Pride organizations, and the European Pride Organisers Association.

“Events will be about bringing together Pride organizations and the broader LGBTQIA community around the globe,” says Interpride co-president Andrew Baker. “Pride organizations have been invited to express interest in producing or providing content to the event, and it will be a mixture of both live speeches, dialogue, engagement pieces, performances by musicians, queer artists, and other entertainers.”

Forbes

Tags: Celebration, Coronavirus, Entertainment, Environment, LGBTQ, Media, Pride, Sweet, Unity, World

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03-Apr-2020


A gay sex club has taken its naked party online and proved more popular than ever 

 

A UK gay sex club has responded to coronavirus by taking its popular naked party online – and it’s proved a massive hit.

While many workers are resorting to online video conference services for their regular meetings, sex club promoter Jamie HP decided to put the same tech to a more enjoyable use.

SBN, which stands for ‘stark bollock naked’, holds regular Sunday afternoon parties in a club in Vauxhall, south London. Usually up to 600 guys strip off for the event.

However, yesterday (29 March) 3,000 attended the online equivalent, Jamie told GSN.

Meanwhile it seems the communities who use online cruising sites and hook-up apps are policing the coronavirus quarantine for themselves.

GSN

Tags: Business, Entertainment, Gay, LGBTQ, Safety, Sex, Social Media, Unity, World

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30-Mar-2020


LGBTQ people are more vulnerable to coronavirus for three reasons 

 

On 11 March, more than 100 LGBTQ organisations released a joint open letter to healthcare providers and mainstream media outlets to make them aware that queer people are at greater risk of contracting the coronavirus.

Dr. Scout, Deputy Director for the National LGBT Cancer Network, states: “As the spread of the novel coronavirus a.k.a. COVID-19 increases, many LGBTQ+ people are understandably concerned about how this virus may affect us and our communities.

“The undersigned want to remind all parties handling COVID-19 surveillance, response, treatment, and media coverage that LGBTQ+ communities are among those who are particularly vulnerable to the negative health effects of this virus.”

The letter continues to say that LGBTQ people are vulnerable because of three specific factors.

Gay Times

Can You Go Outside In A Quarantine? Experts Explain What It Really Means

If you spread coronavirus you'll probably be tracked down

Tags: Children, Choices, Contagion, Disease, Environment, Health, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Medical, Nature, Politics, Profiling, Quarantine, Safety, Science, Sex, Threat, Travel, Unity, Victims, World

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13-Mar-2020




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