Errattic

Home About Us All Fuctasia_(NSFW) Games Gay+ Health/Food Movies Music Musings Photos_(NSFW) TV Wisps Preferences

Home Page > Current Page


Top Tags

$
3some
Abuse
Action
Advice
All Rights
Animation
Art
Ass
Big Cock
Bulge
Business
Camp
Celebration
Celebrity
Children
Choices
Classic
CockTease
Comedy
Compilation
Court
Cultural
Cute
Daddy Squish
Dance
Disease
Drama
Education
Employment
Entertainment
Environment
Exhibit
Family
Fantasy
Feet
Food
Fuck
Funny
Gay
Gear
Gif
Hate
Health
History
Hole
Hole Puncher
Horror
Hot Swatch
Interracial
Jock
LGBTQ
Lifestyle
Mass Appeal
Mat
Mental Health
Muscle
Music
Nature
Opinion
Parental Burden
Parental Crime
Parenting
Parody
Political
Politics
Portrait
Relationships
Religion
Representation
Respect
Re-tooled
Revenge
Romance
Sad
Safety
Science
Sex
Special Talent
Sports
Study
Support
Sweet
Tats
Threat
Tits
Toned
Tough
Toxic
Toys
Travel
Treatment
Tribute
Video
Violence
Voyeur
Weird
Women In Charge
World
Youth


Login

Create Profile
Login


This site does not claim credit for images, videos, or music, except where noted.


©2024 Errattic.com

Restricted to Adults
This site does not claim credit for images, videos, or music, except where noted.


Gay+

Welcome to Errattic! We encourage you to customize the type of information you see here by clicking the Preferences link on the top of this page.

 

Migrants are 'drinking all day,' 'having sex in the stairs' in taxpayer-funded New York hotels 

 

An employee at Row, one of New York City's best-known hotels, became a whistleblower Wednesday after he released video and photos of illegal immigrants trashing the hotel and leaving fresh food out to rot.

Rodriguez shared videos of fresh, "good food" sitting out to rot in trash bags because "the migrants don’t want to eat them."

"They said they don’t like it," he said. "This is all food that is going to waste. This is insane."

Migrants are 'drinking all day'

NYC can’t cater to migrants’ ‘cultural taste’ on food

Marco Murillo, 13, stabbed to death outside Chick-fil-A

Migrants' refusal to leave New York hotel met with outrage

Migrant crisis causes chaos in the streets

Shake Shack Founder Shutters Two Manhattan Restaurants

Block turned into illicit open-air market for migrants

How Venezuelan gang members are slipping into the U.S.

Tags: $, Americans, Burden, Business, Chaos, Crime, Cultural, Destruction, Food, Greed, Immigrants, Inappropriate, Invasion, Kidnap, NSFW, Overpopulation, Politics, Poverty, Revolt, Safety, Self Interest, Sex, Sex Worker, Slavery, Spoiled, Takeover, Terror, Threat, Toxic, Violence, Waste

Permalink

12-Jun-2024


First Affordable Housing Complex For LGBT Seniors Opens 

 

History was made on Long Island when the nation’s first suburban LGBT senior housing center opened its doors Friday.

First Affordable Housing

LGBTQ-Inclusive Affordable Housing for Young Adults

LGBTQ senior housing project vandalized with hate speech

LGBTQ seniors can struggle to find affordable housing

SF LGBTQ senior housing awaits funding

Tags: $, Aging, Charity, Future, Home, Homeless, LGBTQ, Poverty, Real Estate, Rent, Seniors, Survival, Threat, Vandalism, Youth

Permalink

29-May-2024


Children dying in Somalia as food catastrophe worsens 

 

More than 200,000 Somalis are suffering catastrophic food shortages and many are dying of hunger, with that number set to rise to over 700,000 next year.

Children dying in Somalia

Activist demanding $800,000 for every black resident

BLM-backed candidate sentenced to 22 months in prison

Girls' poisoning 'unforgivable'

Senegal arrests Islamic agitators for claiming prime minister is gay

Tags: $, Accusation, Activism, Arrest, Children, Cultural, Death, Education, Environment, Extinction, Food, Food Shortage, Gay, Hate, LGBTQ, Politics, Poverty, Prison, Religion, Support, Termination, Threat, Tour, Woman's Rights, Women In Charge, World

Permalink

22-May-2024


Britain's most evil predator met the same end 

 

He would pose as a travel photographer and then take explicit photos of his abuse which he sold on to other paedophiles. He even boasted of his vile crimes to other paedophile and wrote a 60 page guide to sexual abuse which he called 'Pedophiles & Poverty: Child Lover Guide'.

In it, he wrote: "I'd hit the jackpot, a three-year-old girl as loyal to me as my dog and nobody seemed to care." He bragged online: "Impoverished kids are definitely much, much easier to seduce than middle-class Western kids."

Britain's most evil predator met the same end

Ohio Catholic priest guilty of sex trafficking boys

‘He is a monster’

Man raped underaged boys with developmental disabilities

Man tortured, drugged, beat, and sodomized 2 year old

Tags: Bi, Children, Clergy, Cruelty, Disabled, Drugs, Education, Environment, Exploitation, Gay, Hate, Judgment, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Neglect, Parental Crime, Poverty, Punishment, Rape, Religion, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Slavery, Sports, Students, Teacher, World

Permalink

29-Jul-2023


Food Stamps Should "Only Work On Healthy Items" 

 

EBT, also known as food stamps or SNAP, is a government-run program that gives individuals with low incomes a small budget every month to buy groceries. And the idea that the government should control what EBT recipients are allowed to buy is a talking point often made by conservatives who would like to see the program either reduced or cut entirely. (Trump, for example, has proposed getting rid of EBT and replacing it with preset boxes of food, in which the recipient has no choice in what they get.)

Suffice to say, Keke was ratioed pretty hard on Twitter for her suggestion — generating a lot more comments than likes.

Keke Palmer Is Facing Major Backlash

Food shortages beyond baby formula 'likely'

Carlee Russell smiles in mug shot as she’s charged with false police report

Tags: Backlash, Bullying, Cancellation, Celebrity, Diet, Environment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Food, Food Shortage, Fraud, Health, Hypocrisy, Idiocy, Ignorance, Interference, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Nobody's Business, Offensive, Politics, Poverty, Privilege, Representation, Social Media, Starvation, Threat, Women

Permalink

28-Jul-2023


Half of LGBT+ people behind on rent fear eviction in next two months 

 

Whether a person rents or owns their home is a major factor in housing instability, the think tank concluded, and LGBT+ people of colour are faring the worst as they’re more likely to be renters and not homeowners, and more likely to be behind on rent compared to all other groups.

Half of LGBT+ people behind on rent

LGBT history exhibit pulled from Missouri Capitol

Man gets beating while riding train from a complete stranger

Teen seeks ‘forever family’ after parents of 7 years disown them

‘Gayborhoods’ Lose L.G.B.T.Q. Residents in Major Cities

Big rent increase across California next month

California cities enact rent control to protect tenants

DOJ Accuses Property Mgr of Physically Harassing Gay Tenant

Renters: Know Your Rights

Tags: $, Abuse, Adoption, Cancellation, Exhibit, Greed, History, Home, Homeless, Homeless Creation, Investigation, Laws, LGBTQ, Neglect, Parental Responsibility, Poverty, Rent, Surge, Survival, Threat, Treatment, Video, Video Gay Swatch, Violence, Youth

Permalink

15-Sep-2022


LGBTQ Adults Are Facing Hunger At Almost Twice The Rate As Others, New Data Shows 

 

LGBT adults living in the U.S. are nearly twice as likely to be experiencing food insecurity during the pandemic than non-LGBT adults, according to new survey data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

Of the more than 64,000 people who responded to the bureau's latest Household Pulse Survey, just over 13% of LGBT adults reported living in a household that experienced food insecurity in the past seven days, compared to 7.2% of non-LBGT adults.

LGBTQ Adults Are Facing Hunger

American Voters Are More Likely to Say They Won’t Vote for an LGBTQ+ Candidate

Man Troubled After Learning His Boyfriend Hooked Up With His Parents

Oregon school board votes to ban Black Lives Matter, Pride signs from district buildings

Teacher quits in tears after being told she can’t misgender trans students anymore

...'torture' and 'sexual abuse' by former student who claims male staffer forced him to undress...

Texas teachers could go to jail if they don’t report trans kids’ parents for child abuse

Activision Blizzard accused of routinely deadnaming trans staff

Scotland to allow children as young as four to change gender without parental consent or knowledge

School district’s lawyer argues “male-on-male incidents” shouldn’t be considered sexual assault

Tags: $, Court, Education, Flag, Food Shortage, Gay, Laws, Library, Lifestyle, Parental Burden, Policy, Poverty, Quit, Rape, Relationships, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Statistics, Teacher, Torture, Trans, Violence, Voting, World, Youth

Permalink

14-Aug-2021


Sorry, Rihanna. I can’t celebrate billionaires – even if they are Black 

 

Rihanna’s wealth was built in what appears to be an admirable way, but no billionaire’s hands are clean. The cosmetics industry produces 120bn units of packaging every year, much of it unrecycled plastic that can take 1,000 years to decompose. Good on You, an organization that rates companies based on their impact on workers, animals, and the environment, places Savage X Fenty, Fenty’s lingerie brand, in its lowest category due to its lack of providing sufficient information about its environmental and labor practices. The brand has also been accused of deceiving customers into a monthly subscription plan, a popular strategy among large corporations.

Sorry, Rihanna

Tags: $, Celebrity, Community, Criticism, Exclusivity, Poverty, Self Interest, Threat

Permalink

08-Aug-2021


Oscar Wilde’s reputed last words prove the iconic gay playwright kept his razor sharp wit till the very end 

 

Monday (May 25) marks 125 years since gay poet Oscar Wilde was imprisoned for “gross indecency” and sentenced for two years hard labour all for the “crime” of being gay.

Wilde, a flamboyant literary giant, found himself once again trapped inside four walls in 1900.

Exiled and penniless, he was sat in a fleapit hotel on the east bank of Paris, France. Life had replaced the cold, stone walls of his prison cell with the dull, dowry tones of floral wallpaper.

The Picture of Dorian Grey author had signed into the Maison du Perier, Due des Beaux Arts, in the Latin Quarter, under the name “Mammoth” several months prior.

The reputed last words of Oscar Wilde are as poignant as they are funny.
Part of our understanding of death is the deathbed scene. Loved ones shuffle around hospital beds as someone imparts their closing remarks of a life well-lived, sometimes imbued with wisdom or a simple expression of gratitude.

Pink News

Tags: Celebration, Celebrity, Classic, Gay, History, Let's Remember, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Portrait, Poverty, Writer

Permalink

25-May-2020


Survivors of Nigeria's 'baby factories' share their stories 

 

Aunty Kiki took them to a compound where she handed them over to an elderly woman she called "Mma" and told the girls to do whatever the woman asked of them.

"The compound had two flats of three bedrooms each, filled with young girls, some of them pregnant," says Miriam. "Aunty Kiki said it was where we'd be working."

At first, the girls thought their jobs were to clean the compound and do household chores as Aunty Kiki had led them to believe. Their new employers, however, had other ideas.

"Mma asked that we stay alone in separate rooms for that first night," Miriam explains. "We were surprised because the other girls in the compound were sharing rooms, some of which had four people in them."

Late that night, according to Miriam, a man walked into her room, ordered her to take off her clothes, held her hands tightly, and raped her.

The same thing happened to Roda, but her rapist was much more brutal.

'baby factories'

Tags: $, Abuse, Children, Environment, Fucking The Planet, Men In Charge, Minors, Overpopulation, Parental Crime, Politics, Poverty, Pregnancy, Rape, Safety, Slavery, Supremacy, Threat, Thug, Victims, Violence

Permalink

04-May-2020


Celebrity quarantine posts are inflaming tensions between the haves and have-nots 

 

In recent weeks, Anatasia Army, 33, has kept tabs on celebrity social media exploits from the safety of her Brooklyn apartment. She saw when billionaire David Geffen shared his hope that “everyone is staying safe” in an Instagram post uploaded from his $590 million superyacht. And when comedian Ellen DeGeneres compared quarantine to “being in jail.” Most recently, she watched House Speaker Nancy Pelosi inadvertently reveal in a TV segment that she owns two industrial refrigerators, each reportedly worth $12,000.

“As soon as I saw that number, I was like, ‘Oh, yeah, I could live on that,’” Army, a babysitter, says. While public displays of wealth have often elicited backlash, the coronavirus pandemic has changed the context almost overnight. A luxury kitchen appliance, Army says, “takes on a new tenor” when lines for food banks stretch for half a mile and the nonprofit hunger relief organization Feeding America estimates that an additional 17.1 million Americans may soon be struggling to eat.

The internet has provided many of us with a much-needed tether to other people and places in the midst of the pandemic, but social media is also playing another role: It has become a catalyst for anger as it exposes the growing chasm between the haves and have-nots. For every video call with a loved one, there’s accumulating evidence of unfairness as people in quarantine reveal their starkly different isolation experiences.

Vox

Tags: $, Celebrity, Criticism, Exclusivity, Health, Heartless, Hypocrisy, Inhumanity, Insensitivity, Interference, Invasion, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Overpopulation, Parental Crime, Politics, Poverty, Preference, Preservation, Privilege, Representation, Self Interest, Self-Help, Selfish, Social Media, Spoiled, Stereotype, Supremacy, Tired, Treatment, Unruly Child, WE NEED NEW HEROES

Permalink

23-Apr-2020


Coronavirus hits poor, minority communities harder 

 

The coronavirus doesn't discriminate, but minorities and low-income families are bearing the brunt.

Why it matters: The impact of the coronavirus is reflecting the racial and socioeconomic disparities of the cities where it’s spreading and the health care system that’s struggling to contain it.

The big picture: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week called the virus “the great equalizer,” because anyone can get it. And while it’s true everyone’s at risk, New York itself is a stark illustration of just how unequal the virus’ toll really is.

The highest concentration of cases in New York City are in neighborhoods in Queens with large immigrant populations and low average incomes, according to city data analyzed by the Wall Street Journal.

And New York is not alone.

By the numbers: Nationwide demographic data aren’t available, and the quality of state and local recordkeeping varies widely. But the clear trend in preliminary data from multiple metro areas is hard to ignore.

The county that contains Charlotte, N.C. is about 33% black, but black residents make up roughly 44% of its coronavirus cases, according to the Charlotte Observer.

AXIOS

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Children, Community, Coronavirus, Death, Environment, Lifestyle, Neglect, Parental Burden, Politics, Population Control, Poverty, Preservation, Privilege, Race, Representation, Sad, Safety, Statistics, Survival, Threat, Tragedy, Treatment, Vulnerable, World

Permalink

04-Apr-2020


The Coronavirus Pandemic Is a Reminder the Rich and Powerful Won't Save Us 

 

The coronavirus pandemic has been a shock to our systems — political, social, and economic. As governments scramble to adequately respond to outbreaks of COVID-19, mandates to physically isolate ourselves from each other are impacting workers in vulnerable positions. Meanwhile, celebrities are hosting online sing-alongs, some politically powerful people have allegedly exploited the moment for financial gain, and the rich continue to deliver mind-blowing indications that their concern in a global crisis is first and foremost only for themselves.

It’s all an important reminder of something many of us felt even before this moment: The rich and powerful will not save us.

President Donald Trump, of all people, exhibited a rare display of class analysis when asked about the elite getting to the front of the line for tests, saying at a White House press conference Wednesday, “That’s the story of life.”

Trump, a poignant embodiment of the out-of-touch elite, is in this case absolutely correct. Disparities and inequities are nothing new. In this moment of crisis, we will have the chance to bear witness to how the fundamental imbalances of our world protect some and victimize others.

Teen Vogue

Tags: $, Celebrity, Coronavirus, Environment, Exclusivity, Health, Lifestyle, Nature, Politics, Poverty, Privilege, Safety, Segregation, Self Interest, Social Media, Supremacy, Survival, Treatment

Permalink

20-Mar-2020


The Staggering Number of LGBTQ Homeless Youth Demands Action 

 

As people across the Southland celebrated LGBTQ Pride Month, the results of Los Angeles’s most recent Homeless Count came in, showing a 12 percent increase in the county’s homeless population over the past year and a 16 percent spike in the city of Los Angeles. These are numbers that none of us can feel pride in.

Homelessness is the biggest social crisis in Southern California today. The homeless population spans the spectrum of age, gender, ethnicity, race, and sexual orientation and expression. But among nearly 9,000 young people under the age of 24 experiencing homelessness, a staggering 40 percent identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning, according to the Los Angeles LGBT Center.

Advocate

Tags: All Rights, Awareness, Environment, Family, Fighting Back, Homeless, LGBTQ, Neglect, Parental Crime, Politics, Poverty, Privilege, Protection, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Survival, Treatment, Youth

Permalink

08-Jul-2019


BURT REYNOLDS
LIVED OUT LAST DAYS ON FAMED ESTATE
... Thanks to Loving Landlord 
 

Burt Reynolds was able to live out his final years at his longtime Florida estate thanks to a loving landlord who helped him out of a financial crisis.

Here's the backstory -- Burt sold his home in 2015 to his friend and neighbor Charles Modica after years of money woes and a decade-long struggle to unload it, but Charles allowed him to stay there for the rest of his life ... similar to Hugh Hefner at the Playboy Mansion.

TMZ

Tags: Aging, Celebrity, Charity, Entertainment, Environment, Health, Inspired, Nature, Portrait, Poverty, Privilege, Refreshing, Respect, Service, Sweet

Permalink

08-Sep-2018




Next Page