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Lizzie Borden-Owned House That She Lived in After the Axe Murders of Her Family on the Market Again 


A house once lived in by famed alleged murderer Lizzie Borden is up for sale.

Currently owned by Donald Woods and Leeann Wilber, the Fall River, Massachusetts, Queen Anne house that was recently sold in 2018 is now up for grabs for $890,000, according to the Herald News.

Borden lived there with her sister Lizzie from 1893 to 1927, after purchasing the house following her acquittal for the 1892 murders of her mother and stepmother, which were committed with an ax.

Lizzie Borden-Owned House

Tags: Celebrity, Haunted, History, Legend, Murder, Real Estate, Sale



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



Sharon Stone: It’s a ‘big, fat, stupid lie’ if anyone says looks don’t matter 


Sharon Stone says that looks matter.

“You don’t even realize how much [looks] matter until they start to go,” Stone, who stars in the new Netflix drama “Ratched,” a prequel to “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” told the Telegraph in a newly released interview.

It’s a “big, fat stupid lie if anyone says that they don’t,” the Beverly Hills resident says.

She recalled one director who, “asked me to sit on his lap every day to receive direction.” Stone also remembered a male actor in the cast of the 1984 film “Irreconcilable Differences,” who once yelled in reference to her on a crowded set, “‘Would you get out of the fucking way? I can’t even see her tits!”

Sharon Stone: It’s a ‘big, fat, stupid lie’ if anyone says looks don’t matter

Tags: Beauty, Celebrity, Entertainment, Environment, History, Hollywood, Sex, Women



What if We All Just Didn't Vote? 


Former presidential candidate and low-energy American Jeb Bush had an interesting thought for us all to chew on in the lead-up to election day. During an appearance at Harvard last week, he was asked if he was voting for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, since he's already publicly ruled out voting for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. He dodged the question, but when asked what would happen if normal voters followed his lead and avoided the major-party candidates, he replied, "If everybody didn't vote, that would be a pretty powerful political statement, wouldn't it?"

What would happen if, say, a brain parasite that prevents people from voting in any way infects everyone in America from now until inauguration day 2017? And while we're imagining things, let's also go back in time and give that parasite to the Americans who already voted by mail, so now they all haven't voted either. Jeb Bush's fantasy has come to life.

What happens now, and who becomes president?

"The Constitution says somebody has to be president," said Richard E. Berg-Andersson, creator of, one of the first election-tracking websites. "You can't go around without a president of the United States."

As anyone who has watched Veep knows, if no candidate gets a majority in the Electoral College—which none of them would if no electors voted—the presidential pick would go to the House of Representatives, with each state delegation getting one vote to be doled out to any of the three presidential candidates who got the most electoral votes.

What if We All Just Didn't Vote?

Tags: Effect, History, Leaders, Policy, Politics, Psychology



Dame Diana Rigg: Avengers, Bond and Game of Thrones actress dies at 82 


Actress Dame Diana Rigg, famous for roles including Emma Peel in TV series The Avengers and Olenna Tyrell in Game of Thrones, has died at the age of 82.

Her daughter, actress Rachael Stirling, said she died of cancer, after being diagnosed in March.

"She spent her last months joyfully reflecting on her extraordinary life, full of love, laughter and a deep pride in her profession," she added.

Dame Diana also played the only woman who became Mrs James Bond. She played Tracy, who married George Lazenby's 007 in the 1969 film On Her Majesty's Secret Service.

Lazenby said he was "so sad" to hear of her death, while Bond producers Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli also paid tribute.

Dame Diana Rigg: Avengers, Bond and Game of Thrones actress dies at 82

Tags: Celebrity, History, Passing, Respect, RIP, Tribute



What If Christopher Nolan Movies Are Actually Crap? 


After the 2017 release of Dunkirk, you might have been lulled into the belief that Christopher Nolan was heading towards his peak—the final push up a quarter pipe before he launched into pure genius.

Sadly, you were wrong.

This much is crystal clear just three minutes into his much-anticipated new release, Tenet. The movie is Nolan’s least intelligible film, quickly disintegrating into an incredibly convoluted story that is as difficult to follow as it is to enjoy.

What If Christopher Nolan Movies Are Actually Crap?

Tags: Art, Celebrity, Film, Film Trivia, History, Hollywood, Questionable, Talent




Tags: Art, Gay, Gif, History



Elvis Presley’s Graceland vandalized with ‘Black Lives Matter’ graffiti 


Graceland is all shook up.

Elvis Presley’s estate was vandalized with “Black Lives Matter” and “Defund the Police” graffiti overnight into Tuesday.

The protest slogans were found spray-painted in black and orange on the stone wall surrounding the King’s mansion, a signature Memphis landmark and major tourist draw, local newspaper The Commercial Appeal reported.

“Abolish ICE” and “Fuck Trump” were also among the spray-painted phrases.

The graffiti covered up many of the hundreds of tributes to the music icon handwritten by fans on the wall over the years.

Elvis Presley’s Graceland vandalized with ‘Black Lives Matter’ graffiti

Tags: Art Deletion, Choices, Destruction, Environment, History, Jealousy, Parental Crime, Rampage, Safety, Unruly Child, Vandalism, Youth



John Muir Is Canceled. Who’s Next? 


The cancel culture has now reached into every nook and cranny of life. Eskimo Pie, the chocolate-covered ice-cream treat that has been around for a century, will be renamed after critics said the name was insensitive. What’s next?

We have a partial answer. Last week, we celebrated the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service.

The Sierra Club is “celebrating” the event in an unusual way. It is dumping any association with John Muir, the “father of the national parks” who founded the Sierra Club back in 1892.

Michael Brune, the Sierra Club’s executive director, tells members that “it’s time to take down some of our own monuments.” Brune says members must now “reexamine our past and our substantial role in perpetuating white supremacy.”

In an interview with the California Sun, Donald Worster, a professor and noted biographer of Muir, says the attack on Muir is completely devoid of context:

He saw the effects of white immigration and the diseases that came along, wiping out whole populations; the presence of alcohol and its effect; trade relations that were not good for the Indians. He wrote a diatribe against the white invasion. He said this is something the government should be up here doing: taking care of and protecting these people from being exploited, from being hurt and dying from all this. . . . It wasn’t just the Indians who got him saying unflattering things. The white population, the people who were invading — the frontier types, the miners — he thought they were uncouth, savage, brutal, dirty, given over to alcohol. His writings are full of those descriptions. Nobody gets upset about that.

John Muir Is Canceled. Who’s Next?

Tags: Cancellation, History, Overreaction, Priorities, Sensitivity



Rose McGowan accuses director Alexander Payne of sexual misconduct 


Rose McGowan accused director Alexander Payne of sexual misconduct in a series of tweets posted yesterday (August 17).

The actor and whistleblower made allegations of an incident that occurred when McGowan was 15 years old.

“Alexander Payne,” she tweeted. “You sat me down & played a soft-core porn movie you directed for Showtime under a different name. I still remember your apartment in Silverlake. You are very well-endowed. You left me on a street corner afterwards. I was 15.”

Rose McGowan accuses director Alexander Payne of sexual misconduct

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Tags: Abuse, Accusation, Celebrity, Children, Clean, Denial, Drugs, History, Hollywood, Minors, Misconduct, Murder, Music, Politics, Porn, Rape, Sex, Sex Worker, Sexual Abuse, Slavery, Violence, World, Youth



Comedian Randy Rainbow Apologizes for Past Racist and Transphobic Tweets 


Rainbow wrote at least 20 tweets portraying Black people in a negative light, often generalizing that they were rowdy, dangerous criminals.

Rainbow also retweeted a tweet from rapper Kanye West in which he used the n-word, writing above it “U sound like my grandmother!”

Latinos were also referred to as lazy criminals. In one painful attempt at ironic humor, Rainbow wrote: “Thank god I’m not Mexican, or all this laziness of mine might elicit some offensive ethnic stereotyping. People can be cruel.”

Rainbow also made fun of Asian people, specifically pointing out their small stature, and even commenting on the size of their penises.

Comedian Randy Rainbow Apologizes for Past Racist and Transphobic Tweets

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Tags: Apology, Backlash, Cancellation, Celebrity, Comedy, Gay, History, LGBTQ, Oops, Racism, TV Swatch



HBO Max puts a trigger warning on Western spoof Blazing Saddles and advises viewers of the 'racist language and attitudes' in the 1974 classic 


HBO Max have begun showing a warning before the classic Western spoof Blazing Saddles, alerting viewers to the 1974 film's 'racist language and attitudes' throughout.

'This movie is an overt and audacious spoof on classic Westerns,' Stewart says in the newly added intro.

'It's as provocative today as it was when it premiered back in 1974.'

Richard Pryor initially was up for Little's role, but was turned down for his controversial stand-up material. The comedian, however, stayed on board and contributed to the writing.

The situation is similar to that of Gone With The Wind, which was pulled from HBO Max not long after the streaming service was introduced, due to outcry over its outdated and racist story and themes.

HBO Max puts a trigger warning on Western spoof Blazing Saddles and advises viewers of the 'racist language and attitudes' in the 1974 classic

Tags: Art Deletion, Controversy, Cultural, Education, Entertainment, Film, History, Hollywood, Overreaction, Racial Tension



'Latinx' Is Gaining Popularity. But New Research Says Only 3% of U.S. Hispanics Use the Gender-Neutral Term 


Latinx has been increasingly used by politicians, mainstream media and universities. But new research suggests the majority of people who Latinx is meant to describe have never even heard of the term.

A new study by the Pew Research Center found that only 23% of people in the U.S. who self identify as Hispanic or Latino have heard of the term Latinx. An even smaller percentage—only 3%—describe themselves as Latinx, a gender-neutral and inclusive alternative to Latino or Hispanic, particularly for people who identify as LGBTQ+.

Pew surveyed 3,030 U.S. Hispanic adults in December 2019. It is the first time the research center has asked about Latinx in particular, and the new research shows that though Latinx by far isn’t as frequently used as a way to identify in the U.S., it has grown in popularity.

New Research

I don't use it because it sounds stupid and experimental. 13-Aug-2020

Tags: Choices, Cultural, Etiquette, History, Latinos, Representation, Words



These Bugs Bunny stamps are the first in US postal history to show drag 

The US Postal Service has celebrated Bugs Bunny’s status as a genderfluid icon with two stamps showing him in drag.

As one of the greatest American cartoon characters of all time, the carrot-munching Bugs has influenced generations of kids.

And his zany Looney Tunes cartoons often showed him dressing up as a woman to trick his adversary Elmer Fudd. In a few instances, the two even got married and lived together.

Now the US Postal Service has marked the 80th anniversary of his official screen debut with a series of 10 designs.

And two of them feature Bugs in drag.

These Bugs Bunny stamps are the first in US postal history to show drag

Tags: Animate, Classic, Comedy, Dedication, Drag, Gay, History, LGBTQ, Post Office, Tribute



Homophobe Billy Graham to Replace White Supremacist Statue in D.C. 


Well, we wouldn’t exactly call this an upgrade…

A statue of Charles Aycock, the 50th governor of North Carolina who was a strong proponent of white supremacy at the turn of the 20th century, has been standing at the National Statuary Hall at the Capitol since 1932.

However, last month House Democrats proposed the removal of “racial intolerance” statues from Capitol in light of the Black Lives Matter protests and activists’s staunch efforts to erase systemic racism. Speaker Nancy Pelosi responded to these demands by calling for the removal of Confederate statues in the National Statuary Hall Collection — which houses 35 of the 100 statues collected in D.C., two representing each state — and for them to be returned to their home states. The North Carolina legislative committee has now approved a replacement statue: that of homophobic preacher Billy Graham, one of the most famous Christian evangelists in history, having died in 2018 at the age of 99.

Homophobe Billy Graham to Replace White Supremacist Statue in D.C.

Tags: Art Deletion, Dedication, Hate, History, LGBTQ, Politics, Religion, Replacement, Representation



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