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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
HGTV’s Erin Napier Is ‘Turning Off’ Instagram Comments Until 2021 After Calling Out Trolls
Erin Napier knows social media can be a dark place — and now she’s taking matters into her own hands and changing the way people can interact with her posts.
The Home Town star, 34, previously opened up about Instagram bullies having taken an emotional toll on her, and on Thursday morning she announced on that platform that she’s taking significant steps towards taming those trolls by turning off comments on her posts until 2021.
“Turning off comments till 2021 feels like a good move,” she captioned a photo of her and her husband (and HGTV co-star), Ben, 37. “It’s getting harder to shoulder every opinion from every direction at all times about everything when everyone is freaking out constantly. There’s too much noise.”
She used an analogy to explain how social media can be deceiving, and explained that commenters often react without seeing the full picture.
Sam Neill on sharing firm views on Twitter: “We really don’t need someone else shouting”
Paramore Stops Selling ‘Say Their Names’ Poster After Receiving Backlash
Marine who played wide receiver in college catches a three-year-old boy thrown from a burning building by his mother before she died in the fire
A former Marine and college wide receiver was able to catch a three-year-old boy thrown from burning building by his mother, dramatic cellphone footage shows.
Phillip Blanks, 28, ran to the home in Phoenix on July 3 barefoot after hearing calls for help and was able to save Jameson Long from the flames on the third floor balcony.
He told ABC it was all 'instinct', adding: 'There wasn't much thinking. I just reacted. I just did it.'
A Black man said he was afraid to walk in his own neighborhood. So hundreds of people joined him
Hundreds of people in a Tennessee man's community are marching by his side after he shared his fears of walking in his neighborhood because he is Black.
Shawn Dromgoole, 29, grew up in the 12 South neighborhood in Nashville, where his family has lived since 1966 when his grandmother bought a home there. They were once surrounded by other Black families, businesses and communities -- and for decades, they felt like they belonged.
But 54 years after his grandmother first moved there, Dromgoole said he felt like he couldn't even safely take a walk in his neighborhood without fearing for his life.
"Yesterday I wanted to walk around my neighborhood, but the fear of not returning home to my family alive kept me on my front porch," he wrote on May 27, in a post on the neighborhood social network app Nextdoor and on Facebook.
Elite Star Omar Ayuso Went Instagram Official With His Boyfriend
Omar Ayuso, star of Elite and our newly crowned thirst trap king, has made his relationship with his boyfriend Instagram official!
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The 1975 singer Matt Healy felt ‘pretty irresponsible’ after kissing a male fan in draconian Dubai
The singer made news in August last year while performing in the United Arab Emirates, where he flouted local anti-LGBT+ laws by kissing a male fan and appearing in front of a giant Pride flag.
While some praised the gesture, the singer also faced criticism from some local LGBT+ activists who warned that he had put the fan at risk with the gesture.
Exclusive: Mel Blanc's son shares how Bugs Bunny saved his father's life during coma
With nearly every bone broken in his body, they thought he was lost. But Bugs Bunny wasn't going to let that happen.
We're not talking an episode of Looney Tunes. This isn't fiction. This is the life of iconic voice actor Mel Blanc as told in the upcoming season of the podcast Twenty Thousand Hertz, and EW has an exclusive clip of Blanc's son Noel Blanc recounting his father's nearly fatal experience.
13-Year-Old Boy Who Made Bow Ties to Help Animals Get Adopted Is Now Making Masks for Coronavirus
Darius Brown has been using his sewing talents to help animals get adopted, but now the 13-year-old is relying on those skills to help humans fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Darius — who is best known for his organization Beaux and Paws, where he dresses shelter animals up in homemade bow ties so they shine while seeking adoption — has recently shifted his production from the pet accessory to masks for health care workers.
‘I just want to talk to someone’ – how coronavirus is increasing isolation among older LGBTQ people
Coronavirus is having a particularly negative effect on older members of the LGBTQ community.
Older people already experience high levels of loneliness and social isolation, but that issue can be even more prevalent among those in the LGBTQ community, who are more likely to not have children and lack family networks.
Now, with lockdown and social-distancing measures in place as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s worried that the problem will become even worse, as visits from loved ones or carers become even less frequent or stop altogether.
Opening Doors London is the largest charity providing information and support to LGBTQ people over the age of 50 in the UK. They’ve had to halt hundreds of face-to-face visits to ensure the safety of their older members and volunteer supporters.
“For some of our members, seeing their befriender or going to one of our groups is the only time in the week that they get to be around other LGBTQ people and feel part of a community who appreciates them for who they are,” explains Befriending Coordinator Meghan Herring.
“Having to suspend our face-to-face activities, we knew that it would be hard on a lot of people. One of our members said, ‘I just want to talk freely to someone to help give my brain a break. I really need to rest it more but my thoughts have nowhere to go’.”
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.
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey pledges $1 billion donation to fight coronavirus
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Teenager in lockdown spends his time 3D printing protective shields for health workers
Tyler Perry Leaves Massive $21,000 Tip For Atlanta Restaurant Employees
Celebrities keep saying, ‘We’re all in this together.’ But Lady Gaga isn’t so sure
Ex-NFL safety Myron Rolle now on front lines of coronavirus pandemic: 'I’m happy to be able to join the fight'
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.”
Tom Holland Doing a Shirtless Handstand Is Proof He's Spider-Man in the Gym Too
Tom Tags His Celebrity BFFs to Try the Challenge For Themselves
Don Lemon Bursts Into Tears While Discussing Friend & Co-Worker Chris Cuomo's Coronavirus Diagnosis
CNN anchor Don Lemon got emotional Tuesday night while talking with his friend and fellow news anchor Chris Cuomo, who has tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
After discussing what people can do if they cannot pay their mortgages or rents with colleague Bianna Golodryga on CNN Tonight with Don Lemon, the host started to tear up.
“I said I wasn’t going to do this,” Lemon, 54, said wiping away tears with a tissue.
“He’s probably at home laughing at me,” the host joked before explaining how close he is with his colleague.
“Chris and I are really good friends, we live near each other,” adding, “anyway, he’s not here, and we have this great relationship.”
Winter Party Volunteer Ron Rich Dies in Global Pandemic
50 residents of California nursing home test positive for coronavirus
Piers Morgan's youngest son Albert, 19, has been suffering from 'mild coronavirus symptoms'... as GMB host tells the 'whining' public to 'man up' during lockdown
New Jersey ER Doctor Dies One Week After Exhibiting COVID-19 Symptoms
'Star Wars' Actor Andrew Jack Dies Of Coronavirus Complications
1,400 members of NYPD have tested positive for coronavirus
12-year-old Belgian girl becomes Europe’s youngest known coronavirus death
Michigan college student dies of coronavirus weeks before graduation
Captain of aircraft carrier with growing coronavirus outbreak pleads for help from Navy