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Gay men more likely to cheat than straight men, say psychologists 

 

"In the gay life, fidelity is almost impossible. Since part of the compulsion of homosexuality seems to be a need on the part of the homophile to “absorb” masculinity from his sexual partners, he must be constantly on the lookout for [new partners]. Constantly the most successful homophile “marriages” are those where there is an agreement between the two to have affairs on the side while maintaining the semblance of permanence in their living arrangement. [p. 208]"

Gay life is most typical and works best when sexual contacts are impersonal and even anonymous. As a group the homosexuals I have known seem far more preoccupied with sex than heterosexuals are, and far more likely to think of a good sex life as many partners under many exciting circumstances. [p.209]"

Tremr

Tags: Environment, Gay, History, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Nature, Preference, Psychology, Relationships, Representation, Science, Study, Treatment

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11-Aug-2019


Cameron Boyce's death shines a light on fatal stigma 

 

The death of Cameron Boyce, the talented Disney actor who according to his family died in his sleep following a seizure at the age of 20, resonates deeply with the experiences of so many other families who have lost their loved ones to Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP). Boyce's family has said his fatal seizure was the result of epilepsy, and while Boyce's final cause of death has yet to be determined, his tragic loss is a reminder that every year, about 1 in 1,000 people with epilepsy suddenly die. Among those whose seizures are not controlled by medicine, the rate rockets to a stunning 1 in 150.

CNN

Tags: Celebrity, Disease, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Health, Instructional, Journalism, Medical, Parental Burden, Passing, Science, Study, Video

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18-Jul-2019


MILEY CYRUS WON’T HAVE CHILDREN BECAUSE ‘THE EARTH IS ANGRY’ 

 

The "Mother’s Daughter" singer said the planet has been depleted and that she will not have children “until I feel like my kid would live on an earth with fish in the water”.

“We’ve been doing the same thing to the earth that we do to women. We just take and take and expect it to keep producing. And it’s exhausted. It can’t produce,” the 26-year-old said. “We’re getting handed a piece-of-shit planet, and I refuse to hand that down to my child.

Independent

Tags: Activism, Actor, Celebrity, Children, Choices, Entertainment, Environment, Girl Power, Music, Nature, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Population Control, Preservation, Refreshing, Representation, Saving The Environment!, Science, Survival, Woman's Rights, World

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14-Jul-2019


Does Federal Law Protect LGBTQ People? This Poll Reveals A Serious Misconception 

 

According to a new survey, almost half of all Americans wrongly believe that federal law protects LGBTQ people from discrimination. In a Reuters/Ipsos poll released Tuesday, 45% of respondents incorrectly claimed that federal anti-discrimination protections apply to LGBTQ Americans, when in fact, no such protections exist due to longstanding opposition from conservatives.

“When you talk to people across the country, regardless of where they stand on LGBTQ equality, so many don’t know that in 30 states LGBTQ people are still at are risk of being fired solely because of their gender identity or sexual orientation,” Charlotte Clymer, the Human Rights Campaign's press secretary for rapid response, told Reuters. “These things are flying under the radar for most Americans.”

Bustle

BEING GAY IS LINKED TO THESE BIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS, SCIENTISTS SAY

Years and Years star Dino Fetscher on the “vital importance” of LGBTQ representation

This Dad Gave Out Hundreds of Hugs at the Pittsburgh Pride Parade, and the Photos Are So Emotional

Africa is doing better on LGBTQ rights than you think

Christian hate-preachers plan anti-LGBTI conference during Orlando Pride

Tags: Affection, All Rights, Americans, Awareness, Biology, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Gay Rights, Hate, Health, Homophobia, Ignorance, Interference, LGBTQ, Men In Charge, Parental Pride, Perception, Policy, Poll, Pride, Religion, Representation, Science, Support, Sweet, TV Gay Swatch, World

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13-Jun-2019


Left-handed boys more likely to be gay, say scientists 

 

Scientists in Canada claim that left-handedness is one of three factors that make a boy more likely to be gay.

They also claim that having several older brothers and having other gay people in the family are also significant markers, the Daily Mail reported.

Gay men are around 34% more likely to be left-handed than heterosexual men. The report was complied by scientists at the University of Toronto.

Fraternal effect

Gay Star News

Tags: All Rights, Anatomy, Environment, Family, History, Science, Study

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11-Jun-2019


Sephora to shut U.S. stores for day of diversity training after racial incident 

 

LVMH’s Sephora beauty chain said it will close all its U.S. stores, distribution centers and corporate offices on Wednesday to conduct diversity training for employees, a move that follows a racial incident involving a Grammy-nominated singer.

Reuters

Americans who suffer abuse because of their skin colour 'show higher levels of inflammation which could lead to cancer, heart disease or dementia'

Restaurant Uses N-Word On Customer’s Receipt, Says He Spelled Name Out That Way

Tags: All Rights, Anguish, Business, Celebrity, Disease, Employment, Environment, Hate, Medical, Mental Health, Profiling, Racism, Restaurant, Science, Shop, Study, Training

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03-Jun-2019


An Unhealthy Obsession with Avoiding Sin 

 

Nowadays, having scruples means making good, moral choices. But as historian Joanna Bourke writes, in the first half of the twentieth century, scruples represented an unhealthy obsession with avoiding sin. Examples of scruples can be found among Protestants, Jews, and Muslims, but Bourke writes that in the U.S. and Britain, the phenomenon was most common among Roman Catholics.

Bourke writes that scrupulous people might worry that they had profaned rosary beads by touching them with dirty hands. Some feared that breathing represented stealing air that didn’t belong to them.

Mahoney spent days before each confession cataloging her sins, and then shook uncontrollably in the confessional box.

Surveys of Catholic students in the 1940s and ‘50s found that a quarter of those in high school, and one in seven in college, were scrupulous. One woman named Priscilla O’Brien Mahoney described her own scruples, which began when she was a child in the 1920s. During her First Communion, she was gripped by terror that she might fail to confess a sin:

JSTOR Daily

Roman Catholic diocese suspends priest accused of misconduct

LI Catholic deacon accused of decades-old sex abuse

W.Va. Catholic diocese releases more accused priests' names

Most gay Americans believe in God, but are far less likely to go to church

Tags: Abuse, Church, Clergy, Employment, History, Investigation, Judgement, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Psychology, Religion, Science, Sex, Sin, Study, Violence, Worship, Youth

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28-May-2019


MADONNA SAYS GIVING PHONES TO OLDER CHILDREN ‘ENDED HER RELATIONSHIP WITH THEM’ 

 

Madonna has said giving phones to her two eldest children had a hugely negative impact on her relationship with them.

Despite having given 22-year-old Lourdes and 18-year-old Rocco phones when they were in their early teens, Madonna does not plan on doing the same for her 13-year-old son David.

"I'm going to stick that one out for as long as possible, because I made a mistake when I gave my older children phones when they were 13," the Madame X star told Vogue.

"It ended my relationship with them, really."

Independent

WHO's Screen Time Guidelines For Babies & Kids Under 5 May Be A Game-Changer For Parents

Tags: Advice, Awareness, Celebrity, Children, Entertainment, Environment, Music, Parental Burden, Relationships, Science, Social Media, Tech, Warning, Youth

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07-May-2019


Sex robot brothel to open in Japan as more men seek bisexual threesomes 

 

A brothel where clients can have sex with impressively realistic robots is set to open its doors in Japan.

The LumiDolls hotel in Nagoya, in the country’s Aichi Prefecture, follows three other venues in Barcelona, Turin and Moscow.

LumiDolls will launch the sex house initially offering four different types of models.

The company’s boss Sergi Prieto says it will give people the chance to carry out their ‘wildest fantasies’.

An hour with a sex robot at the Nagoya’s brothel costs ¥13000, the equivalent of $116,50. A sex robot costs approximately $1,500, depending on the model.

Gay Star News

Tags: Bi, Club/Bar, Entertainment, Environment, Lifestyle, Science, Sex, Sex Worker, Tech, World

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29-Apr-2019


Academic claims she's discovered anal suppository 'cure' for homosexuality 

 

A Kuwaiti academic claims she discovered an anal suppository ‘cure’ for homosexuality.

Mariam Al-Sohel appeared on Scope TV to explain how her gay cure medicine based on Islamic prophecy works.

‘I discovered therapeutic suppositories that curb the sexual urges of boys of the third gender,’ she said. ‘As well as the fourth gender, which is butch lesbians.’

The ‘third gender’ is feminine gay men, according to Al-Sohel.

She then continued: ‘This is all science, so there’s nothing to be ashamed of.

‘The sexual urge develops when a person is sexually attacked. And afterwards it persists because there is an anal worm that feeds on semen. It feeds on sperm.

‘So what I did was to produce suppositories, which are to be used by certain people at a certain time. It cures those urges by exterminating the worm that feeds on sperm,’ she said.

Gay Star News

Tags: Drugs, Environment, LGBTQ, Misrepresentation, Science, Sex, Treatment, Weird, World

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24-Apr-2019


These students have developed technology to protect their high schools during a shooting 

 

In the era of mass shootings, some high school teens are taking their safety into their own hands.

Two groups of high school students have been recognized in a nationwide contest for developing contraptions that would increase safety during a school shooting.

A team from Owensville High School in Owensville, Missouri, designed a simple auxiliary steel lock that would add an extra layer of protection to classroom doors.

And students from Richland Two Institute of Innovation in Columbia, South Carolina, devised an electromagnetic system that remotely locks doors and covers windows to seal off classrooms from threats.

CNN

TO PREVENT SCHOOL SHOOTINGS, TEXAS LEGISLATORS WANT TO FOCUS ON MENTAL HEALTH

NO GUNS FOR TEACHERS, AMERICAN EDUCATORS SAY, DEMAND MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES INSTEAD

Tags: Dedication, Discovery, Education, Environment, Fighting Back, Guns/Toys, Mental Health, Parental Pride, Preservation, Program, Protection, Respect, Science, Standing Up, Treatment, Violence, Youth

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26-Mar-2019


LGBTQ adults are younger, poorer than general U.S. population, study finds 

 

An estimated 4.5 percent of U.S. adults identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, and they tend to be younger and poorer than the population at large, according to an analysis of polling data released on Tuesday.

The Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law examined previously released results from the Gallup Daily Tracking survey and went deeper into the data, enabling a more detailed demographic picture of the adult U.S. LGBTQ population of roughly 11.3 million people.

The institute found Washington, D.C., had the highest percentage of LGBTQ people at 9.8 percent and North Dakota had the lowest at 2.7 percent.

NBC News

Tags: Environment, Finance, Gay, History, Lifestyle, Science, Study

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07-Mar-2019


Did Michael Jackson Abuse Because He Was Abused? 

 

When Amanda Robson’s husband, Wade, first told her that he had suffered years of childhood sexual abuse at the hands of Michael Jackson, she grew worried for the safety of their son. “Is there any confusion as to what is appropriate in how you love [him]?” she says she asked Wade, in the HBO documentary Leaving Neverland.

Her concern, that as an alleged victim of molestation her husband may have been a threat that spread that evil to another generation, reflects a view so embedded in the culture that it rarely merits much discussion. But the “cycle of abuse,” as it’s often understood, is nothing less than psychological Lysenkoism: the belief, in the absence of clear, empirical evidence, that lived abuse tends to propagate across generations and reproduce itself in specific ways. The facts about the “intergenerational transmission of maltreatment,” as scholars call it, are very complicated, and while there’s some truth to the idea as it’s generally portrayed, there’s also a fair amount of falsehood.

Slate

D.L. HUGHLEY IF YOU GIVE MICHAEL JACKSON A PASS ... You're Blinded by His Talent

2 New Zealand Radio Stations Drop Michael Jackson Music After 'Leaving Neverland'

Tags: Abuse, Celebrity, Child Abuse, Education, History, Music, Opinion, Psychology, Science

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05-Mar-2019


More than a third of millennials share Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's worry about having kids while the threat of climate change looms 

 

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez made headlines last week when she suggested that some young Americans are concerned about having children because of the threat that climate change could pose to future generations.

"Our planet is going to hit disaster if we don't turn this ship around ... there's scientific consensus that the lives of children are going to be very difficult," Ocasio-Cortez said on Instagram Live. "And even if you don't have kids, there are still children here in the world, and we have a moral obligation to leave a better world for them."

The 29-year-old New York progressive went on to say young people are grappling with the question: "Is it OK to still have children?"

Business Insider

Tags: Anguish, Children, Choices, Education, Environment, Family, Fear, Parental Burden, Parenting, Protections, Safety, Science, Stepping Up, Study

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04-Mar-2019


The Big Problem With ‘Biblical Literacy’ 

 

America is, quite famously, a nation founded on the principle of freedom of religion. As a result it is easy to understand why many people would be uncomfortable with certain kinds of religious practices (mostly notably prayer) and education in public schools. A little over a week ago President Trump tweeted his support for the introduction of Biblical literacy classes in schools, drawing attention to efforts by a variety of Christian groups to put the Bible back on the high school agenda.

Following Trump’s statement there was a flurry of media coverage of the issue. Fox News reported that “at least six states, Florida, Indiana, Missouri, North Dakota, Virginia and West Virginia have introduced legislation this year pushing for public schools to offer Bible literacy classes,” noting that these classes would be electives. (The Indiana bill is not actually a Bible course bill at all. It demands that the previously existing world religions electives class has to include a conversation about the Bible).

There is a strategy here: Project Blitz, an initiative sponsored by the Congressional Prayer Caucus Foundation, the National Legal Foundation and the WallBuilders ProFamily Legislative Network, has been orchestrating the push to create these bills.

As prominent SMU religious studies professor Mark Chancey has written, it’s actually already legal to teach the Bible in schools, so in some sense these bills are unnecessary. Courses like the one Trump is tweeting have been around for a century. Chancey told The Daily Beast that “it is important to recognize that Bible course bills and their sponsors may have different motivations…sometimes a bill is clearly about more than just biblical literacy, and that's definitely the case with Project Blitz bills.” Other measures that Project Blitz has called for includes the promotion of the motto “In God We Trust,” the introduction of a “year of the Bible” and the limiting of the rights of same-sex couples and transgender people. Chancey told me, “Project Blitz is weaponizing Biblical Literacy for the cultural wars.”

The Daily Beast

Tags: Bullying, Education, Environment, Exclusivity, History, Insensitivity, Interference, Judgement, Magic Splatter, Parental Crime, Privilege, Program, Racism, Reading, Religion, Science, Self Interest, Sex, Supremacy, Threat, Violence

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10-Feb-2019




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