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A new study found a link between the number of racist tweets and real-life hate crimes in 100 US cities 

 

A recent study has found a connection in 100 US cities between the number of real-life racially motivated hate crimes and the amount of racist messages posted on Twitter.

Researchers at NYU analyzed more than half a billion tweets out of 100 cities across the US — from major metropolises to rural towns — between 2011 and 2016. They found that the amount of tweets containing targeted racism out of many cities correlated with the number of racially motivated hate crimes that were reported in those same areas.

"I think there's a sentiment in the targeted tweets that is likely related to fostering an environment for these crimes," researcher Rumi Chunara told Motherboard. "Meanwhile, having productive conversation might actually improve culture and outcomes."

Business Insider

Tags: All Rights, Attack, Discrimination, Exclusivity, Hate, Inciting Violence, Language, Politics, Racism, Social Media, Treatment, Violence

Filed under: Gay+

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26-Jun-2019


WICCAN PROFESSOR AT CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY TOLD SHE "MIGHT NOT WANT TO BE SO OVERT ABOUT BEING A WITCH" 

 

A college professor in western New York is suing the Catholic university she woks for, claiming the school discriminated against her because she is a Wiccan.

In a suit filed last month, Pauline Hoffman, a journalism professor at St. Bonaventure University in Allegany, New York, claims administrators at the 161-year-old Franciscan college pressured her to resign as dean of the communications school because they had a problem with her religion. Hoffman, 49, also alleged St. Bonaventure denied her a promotion to provost, the college's highest academic post.

She's seeking the reinstatement of her job, as well as lost wages, reimbursement of medical costs for therapy, and an unspecified amount in damages for pain and suffering.

Newsweek

Birmingham Archdiocese let children be abused and harboured paedophile priests 'to protect its own reputation'

Focus on Africa: Sex abuse scandal rocks Liberia's Catholic Church

Woman Claims Evangelical Seminary Leader Shamed Her When She Reported Campus Rape

School defies Archdiocese of Indianapolis, refuses to fire teacher in same-sex marriage

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Children, Church, Clergy, Complaint, Court, Discrimination, Education, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Fighting Back, Harassment, Hostility, Humiliation, Hypocrisy, Investigation, LGBTQ, Policy, Protest, Religion, Sex, Stereotype, Supremacy, Termination, Threat, Treatment, Victims, Violence, World

Filed under: Gay+

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22-Jun-2019


72 Philadelphia Police Officers Placed On Desk Duty Over Offensive Social Media Posts 

 

The Philadelphia Police Department has pulled 72 officers off their regular duties as authorities investigate inflammatory social media posts revealed in a database that found thousands of offensive postings by current and former officers, the city's police commissioner said Wednesday.

Police officials in Philadelphia are describing the action as the largest removal of officers from the street in recent memory.

"We are equally as disgusted by many of the posts that you saw and in many cases, the rest of the nation saw," said Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross.

It is the latest fallout since the advocacy group The Plain View Project earlier this month released thousands of Facebook posts and comments by current and former police officers that range from racist memes, to posts celebrating violence and messages containing Islamophobic themes, among other offensive material.

Since the data dump, internal affairs officials in police departments including Phoenix, St. Louis and Dallas are probing whether the distasteful and sometimes violent material should warrant disciplinary action or terminations.

npr

Tags: Action, Backlash, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Inciting Future Hate, Inciting Violence, Insensitivity, Investigation, Misrepresentation, No more Heroes, Police, Privilege, Supremacy, Termination, Threat

Filed under: Gay+

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20-Jun-2019


Ex-chauffeur claims racism and sexual harassment by mom, daughter: suit 

 

A wealthy mother and daughter living in “Grey Gardens”-like squalor subjected their personal assistant to racist slurs and sexual harassment, according to a new Westchester County lawsuit.

Shamel Thompson says he was paid $1,750 a week to chauffeur around the 28-year-old daughter, Becky Stein, and do simple housework at her and her mother’s $4 million White Plains home, which was “permeated with junk,” according to court papers.

But it turned into the job from hell, with Becky spewing the N-word at him and demanding that he wipe feces from her genitals, the suit says.

NY Post

Trans Woman Accuses Chicago Police Officer of Sexual Assault

Four arrested for possible hate crime in 'mob' attack on gay couple outside of DC gay bar

Utah will investigate case of police drawing gun on child

Extremist pastor who wanted to ‘save the children’ arrested for repeatedly molesting a child

Two teens aged 14 and 16 told to 'kill themselves' in homophobic attack

Substitute Teacher Allegedly Brought Teen Student to Her Grandparents' House and Sexually Assaulted Him

Man charged in threat to kill gays at St. Louis Pride parade

Tags: $, Abuse, Attack, Celebration, Court, Discrimination, Education, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Gay, Hate, Homophobia, Hostility, Humiliation, Injury, Investigation, LGBTQ, Police, Pride, Privilege, Racism, Religion, Safety, Self Interest, Sex, Threat, Transgender, Violence, Youth

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19-Jun-2019


Patients’ Needs, Not Personal Beliefs, Come First in Health Care 

 

Since taking office, the Trump administration has launched a systematic attack on laws that exist to protect all of us from discrimination when we seek basic health care. Today, we’re taking them back to court over it.

Last month, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) resurrected a policy that allows health care providers — including hospitals, clinics, and doctors’ offices — to use their religious beliefs to withhold critical information and obstruct patient’s access to health care. In 2009, the ACLU challenged the original version of the rule. Ten years later, we filed a lawsuit to, once again, preserve access to evidence-based, nonjudgmental health care and ensure that medical standards — not religious belief — guide health care.

ACLU

The Worst Patients in the World

Tags: Abortion, All Rights, Awareness, Choices, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Health, Hostility, Inhumanity, Injury, Insurance, Interference, Judgment, Magic Splatter, Medical, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, New World Order, Parental Burden, Politics, Privilege, Protections, Religion, Treatment, Waste

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13-Jun-2019


HIV criminalization is happening in 72 countries 

 

HIV criminalization continues: a global review has found that HIV-related arrests, investigations, prosecutions and convictions have ever occurred in at least 72 countries, with recent cases occurring in 49 countries, including 14 in which the law appeared to be applied for the first time.

The HIV Justice Network’s review concerns cases in which either the criminal or similar law is applied to people living with HIV based on HIV-positive status. Either via HIV-specific criminal statutes (29 countries), general criminal or similar laws (37 countries), or both (6 countries). Such laws typically criminalize non-disclosure of HIV status to a sexual partner, potential or perceived exposure to HIV, or transmission of HIV.

HIV criminalization ‘is a pervasive illustration of how state-sponsored stigma and discrimination works against a marginalized group of people with immutable characteristics,’ says HIV Justice Network.

Gay Star News

Tags: All Rights, Choices, Discrimination, Disease, Drugs, Environment, Exclusivity, Health, Politics, Privilege, Safety, Sex, Sex Identity, Theft, World

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11-Jun-2019


Chanel Scurlock Is the Fifth Black Trans Woman Killed in the Last Month 

 

The body of 23-year-old Chanel Scurlock was found in a field in Lumberton, North Carolina, just after midnight on Wednesday. She is at least the ninth Black trans woman killed in the U.S. in 2019, and the fifth killed in the past month, according to the Human Rights Campaign.

Police found Scurlock, who lived in Lumber Bridge, N.C., with fatal gunshot wounds after responding to reports of gunfire in the area. They have yet to identify a suspect, though Robeson County Sheriff Burnis Wilkins told The Robesonian, a local paper, that police have "great leads.

Vice

Lesbian couple viciously beaten in homophobic attack on London bus

Court convicts 3 Germans of beating gay man to death

Detroit man charged with killing 3 people in LGBTQ community

Manager of Dallas Gay Bar Fired for Refusing to Serve Transgender Woman

GOOGLE’S LGBTQ EMPLOYEES ARE FURIOUS ABOUT YOUTUBE’S POLICY DISASTERS

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Bar/Club, Court, Death, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Hate, Hostility, Ignorance, Investigation, Judgement, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Murder, Punishment, Race, Safety, Threat, Transgender, Travel, Treatment, Victims, Violence, World, Youth

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08-Jun-2019


Racism Is Literally Bad for Our Health 

 

As a woman practicing medicine, raised by a first-generation immigrant father and Hispanic mother, I fit the image of an underrepresented minority. Yet my education and position belie that stereotype.

As a young girl, I remember walking in our small town in Maryland watching my Indian father’s expression harden and eyes dim as he held back from reacting to racially directed comments—shouted as we walked by—urging him to return to his “home country.”

I didn’t understand at the time what racism meant or the traumatic impact that repeated experiences could have on health. Lately I have understood it all too well.

Scientific American

Tags: Awareness, Discrimination, Disease, Environment, Exclusivity, Happiness, Hate, Health, Hostility, Inclusion, Racism, Respect, Saving The Environment!, Treatment, Unity

Filed under: Health/Food

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07-Jun-2019


How Doctors Can Stop Stigmatizing — And Start Helping — Kids With Obesity 

 

Kids with obesity face a host of health problems related to their weight, like high blood pressure, diabetes and joint problems.

Research points to another way heavier children and teens are at risk: their own doctors' bias. This prejudice has real health consequences for kids, making families less likely to show up for appointments or get recommended vaccines.

I am a family physician at a community health center in Washington, D.C., and many of my young patients have obesity. It's no surprise. Obesity is the most common chronic disease that affects children and teens in the U.S. One-third of American kids are overweight or obese.

But I often feel totally unprepared to talk about it in a way that puts kids at ease. We have to cram in a physical exam, shots and parent questions into a 15-minute appointment, and a discussion about a healthy lifestyle sometimes feels like an afterthought.

npr

Tags: Awareness, Children, Discrimination, Disease, Education, Environment, Health, Humanity, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Protections, Respect, Safety, Support, Treatment, Youth

Filed under: Health/Food

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06-Jun-2019


Goldman Sachs Sued After Firing Gay Executive 

 

An out executive fired by Goldman Sachs has now sued the banking firm, claiming he faced discrimination for being gay.

William Littleton, who led the company’s internal LGBTQ network, said he was fired after filing complaints about a discriminatory atmosphere in the workplace, according to CNBC.

Advocate

DA: Gay couples shouldn't get domestic violence protection

RuPaul on Trump’s Pride Month tweet: 'Actions speak louder than tweets'

LGBTQ millennials have bigger financial struggles than anyone else

LESBIAN COUPLE SAYS RESTAURANT CANCELED WEDDING REHEARSAL DINNER AFTER LEARNING THEY WERE GAY: 'YOUR SPOUSE IS A WOMAN?'

Tags: $, Activism, All Rights, Backlash, Celebration, Celebrity, Court, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Finance, Harassment, Hate, Homophobia, Investigation, LGBTQ, Marriage, Politics, Poverty, Pride, Profiling, Protections, Relationships, Religion, Representation, Restaurant, Safety, Study, Termination, Violence

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06-Jun-2019


Anti-LGBTQ Sentiment Is Rising Around the World 

 

If only the greatest problem facing the LGBTQ community today were that two gay rats couldn’t get married in Alabama. For those not following the world of children’s television with great enthusiasm, the Alabama affiliate of PBS chose not to broadcast an episode of the children’s program Arthur in which Mr. Ratburn marries his longtime male friend Patrick, an aardvark chocolatier. Some people have complained that they would have difficulties explaining the content of such an episode to their children.

I agree—it could be distressing to have to explain to a child that rats are not sophisticated enough to have weddings, let alone become chocolatiers. Explaining that same-sex couples get married, however, should be a breeze. It happens every day. If your child does not understand what a wedding is, you can show them the end of nearly any Disney movie.

But the public pushback on a seemingly harmless episode of Arthur is just one instance of the discomfort that many people still feel with LGBTQ people being considered equal under law. Very recently, Trump’s Department of Housing and Urban Development proposed a rule that would allow housing that receives federal funds—such as homeless shelters—to discriminate against transgender individuals.

Bazaar

Homophobic mommy blogger apologizes to LGBT youth leader

Alabama mayor apologizes for Facebook post about killing LGBTQ community

Chris Evans says Straight Pride Parade organizers are trying to 'bury' their 'own gay thoughts by being homophobic'

CHILDLINE RECEIVED OVER 6,000 CALLS FROM YOUNG PEOPLE STRUGGLING WITH GENDER AND SEXUAL IDENTITY IN 2018

YouTube Says Homophobic Harassment Targeting a Popular Host Doesn't Violate Its Policies

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Americans, Apology, Celebration, Celebrity, Children, Court, Discrimination, Environment, Equality, Hate, Homophobia, Inhumanity, Interference, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, New World Order, No more Heroes, Parental Burden, Policy, Politics, Pride, Protections, Punishment, Racism, Religion, Safety, Social Media, Suicide, Support, Supremacy, Survival, Video, Violence, World, Youth

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05-Jun-2019


Ohio City Backs Down After Catholic School Files Lawsuit Over Religious Rights 

 

The city of South Euclid, Ohio has backed down after a Catholic school filed a lawsuit challenging the city's anti-discrimination law on the grounds that it infringed on its religious freedom.

The city announced earlier this week it would not apply the law to the Catholic school after refusing for months to say whether the statute would require the school to operate against its religious beliefs, according to an Alliance Defending Freedom news release.

The Lyceum sued the city in April, arguing the law would violate its religious rights by raising the prospect of penalties for its beliefs about marriage and gender identity. The school suggested its admissions and employment policies could place it at risk under the ordinance.

The school upholds the Catholic beliefs that marriage is between a man and woman, sex should be reserved for marriage, and a person's gender is determined at birth. Students and faculty are expected to abide by these beliefs, and students who disagree with the teachings can be denied admission or expelled.

Free Beacon

Bethesda Pastor Condemns DC Catholic School's Recognition of LGBT Unions

Tags: $, Backlash, Bullying, Discrimination, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Homophobia, Hypocrisy, Interference, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Politics, Protest, Religion, Self Interest, Wrong

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29-May-2019


Kenya's Judges Uphold Laws That Criminalize Gay Sex 

 

Kenya's High Court has chosen to uphold colonial-era laws that criminalize gay sex, dashing the hopes of activists who believed the judges would overturn sections of the penal code as unconstitutional and inspire a sea change across the continent.

Three judges said Friday that the laws in question did not target the LGBTQ community. They were not convinced that people's basic rights had been violated, they said.

"We are not persuaded by the petitioners that the offenses against them are overboard," one of the judges said, according local media.

The case stems from to a petition filed in 2016 by activist Eric Gitari, with the support of organizations serving LGBTQ Kenyans. They argued that two sections of Kenya's penal code violated people's rights: Article 162 penalizes "carnal knowledge ... against the order of nature" with up to 14 years in prison, and Article 165 castigates "indecent practices between males" with the possibility of five years' imprisonment.

npr

Far-right Vox challenges Spain's acceptance of LGBT rights

Tags: All Rights, Discrimination, Environment, Hate, Homophobia, Inhumanity, Leaders, LGBTQ, Not Helping, Politics, Punishment, Safety, Treatment, Voting, World

Filed under: Gay+

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24-May-2019


Trump administration announces rollback of health care regulations protecting LGBTQ people 
 

The Health and Human Services Department (HHS) announced Friday that it is proposing a rule that would change a regulation under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that expanded anti-discrimination protections to transgender individuals.

The new regulation would change the 2016 rule that banned discrimination -- on the basis of sex and against trangender people -- by health care providers that receive federal funding.

In a release announcing the proposed change, HHS pointed to a Texas judge's December 2016 injunction that kept the Obama-era rule from being implemented. U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor sided with the state of Texas and other plaintiffs who argued that the Obama rule would force health care providers and insurers to enable transgender people to be treated and get coverage for gender transitions and abortions, despite their religious beliefs or against their medical judgment.

CBS News

Tags: All Rights, Bullying, Choices, Discrimination, Environment, Hate, Health, Hypocrisy, Inhumanity, Interference, LGBTQ, Medical, Policy, Politics, Protection, Religion, Respect, Safety, Too Many Rules, Transgender, Treatment

Filed under: Health/Food

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24-May-2019


Passenger felt 'fat shamed' on Qantas flight despite exit-row rules 

 

A passenger is claiming that Australian airline Qantas "fat shamed" him after asking him to move from an exit row due to his size.

A Qantas crew member "belittled" Darren Beales in front of his fellow passengers, according to Beales' account of the incident to Australia's Today.

She said that if passengers are "disabled" or "require an extended seat belt," airline regulations wouldn't allow them to sit in an exit row.

The situation embarrassed him. "I was just seeing everyone around me looking to find out what was going on," he recounted to 9 News.

Beales didn't know that those who needed seat-belt extensions couldn't sit in exit rows. However, Qantas lists this rule on its website.

USA Today

Tags: All Rights, Discrimination, Environment, Hostility, Perception, Respect, Travel, Treatment, World

Filed under: Health/Food

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23-May-2019




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