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Florida Vouchers Channel Millions to Anti-LGBTQ Religious Schools 

 

A state-funded voucher program in Florida that helps students attend private schools sent $129 million to schools with anti-LGBTQ policies last year alone, an Orlando Sentinel investigation has found.

The money went to pay tuition for 20,800 students at 156 private Christian schools with homophobic or transphobic stances, and “that means at least 14 percent of Florida’s nearly 147,000 scholarship students last year attended private schools where homosexuality was condemned or, at a minimum, unwelcome,” the Sentinel reports. Thousands of schools participate in the program, which has been in existence for 20 years.

Eighty-three schools have policies denying admission to students known to be LGBTQ and providing for expulsion if their identity is found out. Another 73 “call being gay or transgender a biblical sin but do not explain how those views play out in admissions or student discipline decisions,” according to the paper.

Advocate

Tags: $, Charity, Education, Environment, Funding, Hate, Investment, LGBTQ, Misrepresentation, Parental Burden, Safety, Scam, Treatment, Youth

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27-Jan-2020


'Physically assaulted by a teacher': 6-year-old boy's family demands answers 

 

A 6-year-old child was allegedly grabbed by the neck and thrown to the floor by his own teacher in the middle of the day at school and now his family is demanding answers.

Monique Alexander says that her son, 6-year-old Chance Hill, can be a handful to take care of sometimes but that what allegedly happened to him at Butterfield Ranch Elementary School in Chino Hills, California, at the hands of his own teacher is unacceptable.

"The principal called me, around 2:30 (p.m.), and said your son was physically assaulted by a teacher, and another one of the teacher's peers witnessed it," Alexander told ABC News’ Los Angeles station KABC during an interview.

ABC News

Tags: All Rights, Alleged, Children, Court, Education, Employment, Environment, Investigation, No more Heroes, Parental Burden, Privilege, Safety, Threat, Treatment, Violence

Filed under: Gay+

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26-Jan-2020


NC Pastor Charged With Over 100 Sex Crimes 

 

A pastor in North Carolina has been charged with over 100 sex crimes involving three children, according to local authorities. Fifty-eight-year-old Rodney Luffman, pastor at Open Arms Outreach Ministries in Elkin, NC, was arrested at his home in Eastern Wilkes County last week, and has since been charged for a decades-long litany of sex offenses against minors that began around 20 years ago.

Time reports that Luffman is accused of abusing three victims, dating back to the late 1990s. At the time of the alleged crimes, the victims were between four and 15 years old. Det. Amanda Boyd with the Wilkes County Sheriff’s Office told news outlets that the department believes the crimes continued for around 16 years. Luffman currently remains in prison on $1 million bail, and it is unclear whether or not he is represented by council.

IBT

15 year sentence demanded for former coach in French child sexual abuse case

Tags: Abuse, Children, Clergy, Education, Employment, Environment, Hypocrisy, Lifestyle, Parental Burden, Politics, Sentence, Sex, Sports, Stereotype, Violence, World, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

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24-Jan-2020


A major church and state case ignites ungodly amounts of debate at US Supreme Court 

 

Few topics arouse the passions of Americans like god and government and whether the twain shall meet.

This was demonstrated by the many “friend of the court” briefs filed ahead of tomorrow’s hearing at the US Supreme Court, where the justices will consider arguments on a major case that could have implications for the separation of church and state.

A flurry of 44 filings—a number rivaled only by similarly contentious cases on inflammatory issues like gun rights, abortion, or immigration—urged the court to consider the cultural consequences of the matter. The justices’ decision will either hamper religious freedom or erode the precious barrier between church and state, depending on which side the brief writers support.

Quartz

Tags: Americans, Choices, Court, Education, Environment, Funding, Judgement, Laws, Politics, Religion, Tax

Filed under: Gay+

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21-Jan-2020


Lesbian left covered in her own blood after two men brutally beat her  

 

A 20-year-old lesbian attacked by two men this past weekend and left covered in her own blood. This is the fifth time she has been attacked and now she’s afraid to leave her home.

Charlie Graham was walking in the street in Sunderland in northern England at 12:50 a.m. on Saturday when she was punched in the back of the head by one of the assailants.

Related: Teen who attacked couple in horrific hate crime walks away with no prison time

“I got hit from behind by a fist to the back of my head, then I hit the ground, hurting my legs and face,” she told the Daily Star. Police said that she told them that the attackers called her anti-gay epithets.

LGBTQ Nation

Gay couple attacked with tear gas in their home after being blackmailed

High school baseball players caught harassing a local gay couple & calling them slurs

Missouri Republican wants to jail librarians who allow drag queens to read books to kids

Tags: Attack, Books, Disease, Drag, Education, Environment, Hate, Homophobia, Laws, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Students, Threat, Violence, World, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

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17-Jan-2020


Texas man allegedly called for ‘all the black people’ to be shot at NJ school 

 

A college student in Texas who called for “all the black people” to be shot at a New Jersey high school is facing upgraded charges for suggesting the sick stunt, prosecutors said.

The comment from Kenneth Petersen, 21, of Stephenville, came in a group chat organized by a student at Northern Burlington Regional High School who was discussing senior pranks in May 2018, the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office said Wednesday.

NY Post

Shocking video shows man making swastika from MTA flyers inside subway station

Virginia Capital on Edge as F.B.I. Arrests Suspected Neo-Nazis Before Gun Rally

Tags: Action, Arrest, Education, Environment, Guns, Hate, Invasion, Investigation, Mental Health, Minors, Parental Burden, Privilege, Psychology, Punishment, Racism, Safety, Self Interest, Students, Supremacy, Terror, Threat, Violence, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

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16-Jan-2020


Mother Files $5.5 Million Lawsuit After Son Is Bullied Over 50 Cent Friendship 

 

The mother of a Brooklyn teen is blaming 50 Cent for the merciless bullying of her son, and is now suing the Department of Education for $5.5 million.

Myasia Dickerson believes her 14-year-old son Davian Fraser’s friendship with 50 Cent has made him a target, the New York Daily News reports. Now, Dickerson has filed a claim against the city, accusing Williamsburg Charter School of not protecting her son after he was regularly attacked by fellow students.

After the students learned about Fraser’s relationship with the rapper at the beginning of the school year, some of them started to harass him. “It caused a big uproar in the school,” Dickerson told the outlet. “The kids started to follow my son around, tried to put him on Snapchat, tried to take videos of him. They were following him to the train station.”

During Fraser’s lunch break on Dec. 16, four classmates came up to him near a stairwell and started punching him. “He was attacked from behind as he tried to walk away," Dickerson said. “He was punched in the head and then the student proceeded to fight him and then he slammed my son’s head onto the ground.”

Complex

Tags: $, Bullying, Celebrity, Court, Education, Environment, Harassment, Lifestyle, Parental Burden, Social Media, Threat, Treatment, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

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14-Jan-2020


Gymnastics Coach Allegedly Sexually Abused Teen Student In Front Of His Own Child 

 

A San Antonio gymnastics and cheerleading coach has been accused of sexually abusing his teen student — once while his own child was playing in the same room where the alleged assault took place.

Robert Thomas Kotara, 33, is facing a charge of sexual assault of a child after one of his longtime students, now 18, reported the coach had been regularly having sex with her since she was 16 years old, police said, according to the San Antonio Express-News.

The sexual abuse allegedly began when Kotara asked the 16-year-old to help supervise a sleepover at the cheer gym for other students, according to court documents obtained by KENS. But after the teen arrived at the gym, she told authorities Kotara asked her to accompany him on an errand and drove her to a hotel instead, where he allegedly plied her with alcohol and sexually assaulted her.

Oxygen

Legion of Christ accused abuser removed from priesthood

Tags: Abuse, Children, Choices, Church, Education, Employment, Environment, Hate, Hypocrisy, Men In Charge, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Religion, Sex, Students, Treatment, Violence, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

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14-Jan-2020


Christian school expelled student over a 'gay' rainbow cake, family says 

 

A Christian school in Louisville expelled a student last week after her family said school officials discovered the girl had celebrated her birthday with a rainbow-themed cake.

USA Today

Tags: All Rights, Education, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Hostility, Interference, Parental Burden, Politics, Protections, Students, Supremacy, Termination, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

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14-Jan-2020


Calif. Mom Says She Was Brutally Beaten While Going to School Principal About Daughter’s Bullying 

 

California police are investigating an attack outside a high school where a mother alleged she’d been beaten by teens who were bullying her daughter.

Police were called to James Logan High School last Tuesday morning just before 9 a.m. after they received a report of a “fight in progress,” Union City Police Lt. Steve Mendez tells PEOPLE.

“We were told multiple people were involved in the fight,” he says.

People

Tags: All Rights, Bullying, Education, Environment, Hostility, Parental Burden, Safety, Violence, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

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13-Jan-2020


Connecticut board votes to reinstate 'Redmen' mascot at high school 

 

"We stopped letting it be about the students and doing what's right. And people can be mad about the process and people can be mad about losing whatever it is they think they're losing. But the people who are directly impacted have spoken and we chose not to listen to them," said board member Hoween Flexer, NBC Connecticut reported.

NBC News

Tags: Education, Entertainment, Environment, Judgement, Laws, Politics, Race, Sports, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

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10-Jan-2020


Delaware GOP Chair Resigns After Facebook Comment That ‘Faggots Cannot Handle Reality’ 

 

Chris Rowe, the chair of Delaware’s New Castle County Republican Committee resigned on Friday after using an anti-gay slur on Facebook. “Faggots cannot handle reality,” said Rowe in response to a follower’s comment.

The AP reports: “New Castle County Republican Party Chairman Chris Rowe said he agreed to resign after GOP chairwoman Jane Brady called him Wednesday and asked him to step down from the appointed position. Rowe told The Associated Press that he made the decision ‘begrudgingly and only under duress.'”

Towleroad

Alleged Christian domestic terrorist regularly posted anti-LGBTQ content online

Arizona Republican introduces bill to ban the word “homosexuality” from public schools

Arizona senator drops plans to ban the word “homosexuality” from schools

Tags: Abortion, All Rights, Backlash, Education, Employment, Hate, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Opinion, Policy, Politics, Religion, Sex, Social Media, Termination, Terror, Threat, Violence, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

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10-Jan-2020


What Today’s Teen Boys Really Think About Sex, Toxic Masculinity, and #MeToo 

 

Conversations around toxic masculinity, consent, and the ways boys are taught about sex and relationships are extremely prevalent today. How have these conversations affected boys’ real lives? Or are they still dealing with the same trappings of masculinity and rape culture that they were 10 years ago?

Boys still brag a lot about how they “never cry.”

Brené Brown calls emotional vulnerability the secret sauce that holds relationships together. So, if we cut boys off from the ability to feel or express that, we’re basically cutting them off from the ability to have, establish, and engage in healthy relationships.

I started noticing how often boys used ‘hilarious’ or something being ‘funny’ — those were the words they used — when what they really meant was that something was disturbing, that it violated their morals, that it was reprehensible, that it disgusted them. Hilarious or funny were a default position. If you see something as hilarious when you don’t know how else to respond to it, then you won’t be targeted or mocked.

It’s another way that boys are disconnected from what they truly feel. Their heads are disconnected from their hearts. Among other things, that also undermines their compassion for the target of whatever is hilarious, which, in a situation of sexual misconduct, is a girl. I noticed some of the really high profile assault cases with high school boys as the perpetrators. What those boys said when people said, “How could you have done this horrible thing?” They’d say, “Well, we just thought we were being funny. We thought it was hilarious.”

Fatherly

How to Talk to Boys About Porn, Consent and Sex, According to Boys & Sex Author

Tags: Awareness, Education, Environment, Lifestyle, Men, Nature, Parental Burden, Sex, Study, Writing, Youth

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09-Jan-2020


Black students say a teacher compared them to monkeys in front of their classmates. Now their parents are suing. 

 

A lawyer for the students, who attend Longwood High School on Long Island, filed a notice of claim, the first step to filing a lawsuit, on Tuesday. He later announced in a news conference that the group would sue their school district for $12 million.

The notice, which has been reviewed by Insider, said that a teacher took a photo of four black students, aged 16 to 18, standing behind one another during a field trip to the Bronx Zoo in November 2019

The notice alleges that the teacher later included the photo in a slideshow shown in class with the caption "monkey do," alongside a photo of a gorilla.

Business Insider

Oregon man charged with hate crimes for allegedly beating 70-year-old woman from India

Tags: $, Action, Backlash, Court, Discrimination, Education, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Hostility, Humiliation, Insensitivity, Parental Burden, Politics, Privilege, Racism, Reckless, Safety, Students, Treatment, Youth

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09-Jan-2020


Second LGBT student joins suit against Fuller Theological Seminary after getting expelled for entering into same-sex marriages 

 

Last November, a student at Fuller Theological Seminary — the nation's largest interdenominational seminary — sued the school for discrimination after she was expelled for marrying another woman. Now, another former student is joining the lawsuit.

In the amended complaint filed Tuesday, Nathan Brittsan, an American Baptist Churches USA pastor, joined Joanna Maxon in requesting the school award them more than $1 million each to compensate for damages, Christianity Today reported.

Paul Southwick, the attorney representing Maxon and Brittsan, is arguing that Fuller is required to comply with Title IX, which bars federally funded educational programs from discriminating based on sex. However, religiously affiliated schools are often granted exceptions from Title IX regulations in order to accommodate for religious freedom.

"It's a very important case at this time in our nation's history," Southwick said, according to Christianity Today. "This case could set an important legal precedent that if an educational institution receives federal funding, even if it's religiously-affiliated, even if it's a seminary, that it's required to comply with Title IX prohibitions on sex discrimination as applied to LGBT individuals."

The Blaze

'Death to Gays' Pastor: Fires Ravaging Australia Because It Banned Me

Televangelist Jim Bakker tells followers they aren’t saved unless they worship Donald Trump

Tags: All Rights, Court, Discrimination, Education, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Homophobia, LGBTQ, Nature, Politics, Religion, Termination, Treatment, World

Filed under: Gay+

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07-Jan-2020




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