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Americans Just Want Immigrants for the Food 

 

In 2016, Donald Trump posed in front of a taco bowl, fresh from Trump Tower Grill, and declared “I love Hispanics!” It fooled only the very gullible. Taco bowls, while delicious, are to Mexico what unlimited salad and breadsticks are to Tuscany, and his love for one didn’t stop him from trapping hundreds of Latin migrants at border camps. Trump can eat as many taco bowls as he wants, but he’s still racist.

Unfortunately, a new survey confirms that Americans, and people all over the world, tend to have Trump’s mindset when it comes to immigrants (or just non-white people), their contributions to culture, and their food. A YouGov survey of seven European countries and the U.S. found that the “most commonly agreed benefit of immigration has been better food.” The only country that responded differently was France, where everyone was more focused on how immigrants could make their soccer team better. And while the food may be a boon, Americans at least are still worried about providing welfare to migrants, and the (unfounded) crime risk of letting immigrants into the country. Though Americans were the most accepting of any of the countries surveyed, just “one in four Americans (30%) believe [immigration] only brings benefits.” We want your food...we just don’t want you.

Americans Just Want Immigrants for the Food

Big Apple is 'near a breaking point'

500 migrants sneak across Texas border in just two hours

Indiana judge rules tacos, burritos are sandwiches

Beloved Mexican restaurant becomes the latest to shut its doors in California

‘Do you speak English or Spanish?’

Popular haircut sparks outrage across Texas

Tags: $, All Rights, Beauty, Business, Competition, Crime, Culture, Environment, Food, Fucking The Environment!, Gay, Hair, Immigration, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Overpopulation, Politics, Prices, Privilege, Representation, Respect, Restaurant, Shutdown, Support, Threat, Treatment, Unity, World, Youth

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16-Jun-2024


'Mistress Day' Is The Most Infamous Day... 

 

If you have plans for Valentine's Day, you might want to double-check your dinner reservation. Is your table for two on February 13 instead of February 14? You could find yourself out on what is known in the restaurant industry as "Mistress Day." Also called "Mistress Night" or "Paramour Night," it apparently occurs on the day before Valentine's Day. Yes, that couple seated next to you at Carbone or Olive Garden on February 13 might just not be all that they seem.

A server I interviewed remembered seeing serial cheaters taking multiple partners out during the week of Valentine's Day—all at the same restaurant. "I definitely knew him at the time, so he was semi regular and a SERIAL Valentine's offender," said the server, who worked at a popular steakhouse chain in Canada where fellow servers called February 13 "Mistresses Valentine's."

'Mistress Day'

Tags: $, Business, Celebration, Cheating, Choices, Culture, Inclusion, Investment, Marriage, Privilege, Relationships, Restaurant, Sex, Success

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11-Feb-2024


Alaska Airlines launches gender-neutral uniform 

 

"We have updated our uniform guidelines, effective today, to provide more freedom and flexibility in individual and gender expression," the airline said in a statement on Monday.

Alaska Airlines launches gender-neutral uniform

Passenger is arrested for 'masturbating FOUR times

LA County Vote To Stop Travel To Texas & Florida Over Anti-LGBTQ+ Measures

Will No Longer Address Passengers As "Ladies And Gentlemen"

Tags: Anxiety, Ban, Business, Change, Employment, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Profiling, Sex, Sex Identity, Travel, World

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28-Dec-2022


Home Depot Has Gone Woke 

 

It asks employees to literally "check" their "privilege," whether it be "white privilege," class privilege," "Christian privilege," "cisgender privilege," "able-bodied privilege," or "heterosexual privilege."

Home Depot Has Gone Woke

75% of voters say Democrats are 'out of touch' and 'condescending'

Trans organization recruiting Ukrainian refugees for sex work

Woke turns on lesbian author

Gay Ohio Teacher Fired

LGBTQ activist displaced from his home

School nurse suspended after voicing concern for 11-year-old

'Stupidly woke'

Iowa library temporarily closes after complaints about 'liberal agenda'

Tags: Business, Cancellation, Children, Criticism, Drugs, Education, Employment, Enforcement, Environment, Fashion, Gay, Home, Inclusion, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Library, Men, NSFW, Offensive, Policy, Politics, Preference, Quit, Service, Sex, Sex Work, Shutdown, Study, Support, Survival, Teacher, Termination, Trans, Video, Voting, World, Writer

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15-Jul-2022


The Teens Have Spoken: Virginity Rocks 

 

After generations of teens defied their parents, religion and society through daring acts of furtive fucking, today’s teens have flipped the script, declaring virignity the most subversive sexual act of Gen Z.

“Virginity Rocks” is the seemingly chaste new slogan teens across the country are sporting on shirts, hats, lanyards and other merch, and while some bear it ironically, the trend has also caught the attention of pro-abstinence communities.

While the man behind the brand, 27-year-old YouTuber Danny Duncan, told the New York Times he began wearing the shirts as a joke in 2017, he added that he’s glad to see fans have embraced the initially “tongue-in-cheek” slogan in different ways.

Virginity Rocks

Tags: All Rights, Awareness, Fashion, Inclusion, Sex, Support, Unity, Youth

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17-Mar-2020


A restaurant in Arizona has labeled its entire salad menu as 'My Girlfriend's Not Hungry' 

 

The tired cliché is as follows: When a heterosexual couple eats at a restaurant, the woman will claim she isn't hungry, order nothing, then pick at the man's food for the rest of the meal. To combat this fictitious scenario, some restaurants offer "My Girlfriend Isn't Hungry" menu options, which usually include additional french fries or other side dishes.

The Tipsy Coyote, however, does things a little differently — it has an entire menu of salads under the label, in an attempt to gender leafy greens.

Business Insider

Tags: Dating, Diet, Food, Humor, Inclusion, Restaurant, Women

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08-Jul-2019


Amputee who says United Airlines took his scooter battery takes battle to court 

 

A 68-year-old man with amputations says a United Airlines employee left him crawling on the floor during a vacation after a security agent stopped him from taking his scooter’s batteries onto a flight.

Now, the Canadian man will ask a judge next week for the nation’s human rights commission to hear his case.

"Having to crawl across the floor in front of my wife is the most humiliating thing that I can think of," the man, Stearn Hodge, told the CBC, calling it “pathetic.”

Stearn told the network the incident occurred two years ago, in February 2017, when he and his wife arrived at Calgary International Airport for a flight to Tulsa, Oklahoma. Before boarding, a security agent asked Hodge to remove the $2,000 lithium battery needed to power his scooter, according to the CBC.

Hodge called for an agent from United Airlines, he said, noting the airline had approved the batteries in an earlier phone call. But the United employee agreed with the agent from the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority, the CBC reported.

USA Today

Tags: All Rights, Disabled, Finance, Health, Hostility, Inclusion, Lifestyle, Reckless, Safety, Seniors, Support, Travel, Treatment

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01-May-2019


Monogamy May Be Even More Difficult For Women Than it Is For Men 

 

It’s a widely held belief that monogamy comes more naturally to women than it does to men. A lot of people subscribe to a narrative that says the sexes are just “wired” differently, with women having evolved to be monogamous and men to be promiscuous.

There’s just one problem with this line of thinking—it’s not true, according author Wednesday Martin’s latest book. In UNTRUE: Why Nearly Everything We Believe About Women, Lust, and Infidelity is Wrong and How the New Science Can Set Us Free , Martin offers a provocative read based on the latest research studies and interviews with experts in human sexuality that challenges us to think differently about women and sex. She sets the record straight on a number of false beliefs about female sexuality in particular, including when and why women cheat.

Tonic

Tags: Cheating, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Health, Inclusion, Interview, Misrepresentation, Opinion, Sex, Woman's Rights, Women

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19-Sep-2018


Why We Shouldn’t Shield Children From Darkness 

 

Twice this past fall I was left speechless by a child.

The first time happened at an elementary school in Huntington, New York. I was standing on their auditorium stage, in front of a hundred or so students, and after talking to them about books and writing and the power of story, I fielded questions. The first five or six were the usual fare. Where do I get my ideas? How long does it take to write a book? Am I rich? (Hahahahaha!) But then a fifth-grade girl wearing bright green glasses stood and asked something different. “If you had the chance to meet an author you admire,” she said, “what would you ask?”

For whatever reason this girl’s question, on this morning, cut through any pretense that might ordinarily sneak into an author presentation. The day before, a man in Las Vegas had opened fire on concertgoers from his Mandalay Bay hotel room. Tensions between America and North Korea were reaching a boiling point. Puerto Ricans continued to suffer the nightmarish aftereffects of Hurricane Maria. I studied all the fresh-faced young people staring up at me, trying to square the light of childhood with the darkness in our current world.

Time

Tags: Children, Choices, Education, Environment, Inclusion, Mental Health, Nature, Parental Burden, Politics, Program, Service, Treatment, Writing

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09-Jan-2018


Mental health services are causing trauma, rather than healing 

 

The mental health system continues to inflict trauma, violence and harm because it regards those it sets out to help as the ‘problem’ to be fixed, not the ‘customer’ it serves.

That’s the assessment of leading Victorian mental health policy adviser Indigo Daya, a survivor of childhood trauma and a former compulsory patient of mental health services, after years of working in mental health consumer roles and in government.

Daya, who is Senior Consumer Advisor in the Office of the Chief Psychiatrist in Victoria and a long-time consumer and human rights advocate, was a keynote speaker at the recent Victorian Mental Illness Awareness Council (VMIAC) conference in Melbourne.

She said a big challenge for the consumer movement is that the system still sees the general public as its ‘customer’ and its aims to be about public safety and a sound economy, rather than the health and recovery of the people it treats. (See her slides below.)

Croakey

Tags: Advice, Education, Environment, Ignorance, Inclusion, Mental Health, Opinion, Study, Treatment, Video, Writing

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23-Nov-2017


Mayonnaise is disgusting, and science agrees 

 

For much of the past year, I have fought a one-sided battle with a popular fast casual restaurant chain that we’ll call “Ready.” Unlike most restaurants, Ready doesn't make sandwiches, assemble salads, or otherwise perform acts of cookery upon customer request. Instead they sell nominally healthy, whole-ingredient-based pre-made soups, salads, and sandwiches. Because I’m lazy and impatient, I’m Ready’s perfect customer and not just because Ready has a location in Popular Sciences’ building. They also have another four locations (including one that sells beer) along my commute. So you'd think that Ready sandwiches would be a regular part of my nutritional rotation. But they aren't, because Ready’s sandwiches are disgusting.

The problem is that Ready saturates almost every sandwich with a miasma of mayonnaise. When Ready doesn't use mayonnaise, they use a yogurt dressing which is mayonnaise for people who are ashamed that they're eating mayonnaise. The shame is justified, the yogurt dressing is not. Sometimes Ready uses a less vile condiment, like a whole grain mustard—a condiment with dignity. But when they do, the powers that be cannot allow its presence to go unmolested. No, the mustard gets mixed in with mayonnaise in an abomination called mustard-mayo. Mixing Sriracha with diarrhea doesn’t improve the presence of the latter. Why would adding mustard to Satan's sauce improve the situation?

Popular Science

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Argument, Choices, Clean, Dedication, Diet, Environment, Food, Health, Inclusion, Inspired, Justice, Killer, Lifestyle, Opinion, Product, Regiment, Restaurant, Science, Stepping Up, Support, Warning, Waste, Weight

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31-Oct-2017


Clothing Swaps Can Be a Lifeline for Queer and Trans People 

 

Last year Wiley, a trans man, organized a large clothing swap among his friends and community. Although it wasn’t exclusive to queer and trans people, most of the attendees were queer or trans. According to people who came to the swap, what happened there was magical.

Years before, when he was starting to dress in a masculine style, Wiley struggled to afford new clothing, but received a donation of masculine clothing from a trans woman. Now that he had more clothing, he was happy to pass these items on to other butch and masculine-of-center people. The clothing swap included clothing for fat people, a group that often struggles to find comfortable clothing. Books and beauty products were added to the exchange. Wiley himself even acquired a beloved Dave Matthews Band long-sleeved T-shirt. The leftover clothing was donated to worthy causes, like the Boys and Girls Club.

Racked

Tags: All Rights, Choices, Clothes, Community, Inclusion, Inspired, Program, Respect, Sex Identity, Stepping Up, Support, Unity

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17-Oct-2017


We Don’t Know Nearly Enough About LGBTQ Health. A Massive New Study May Change That. 

 

By studying LGBTQ people specifically, researchers can uncover health issues specific to sexual and gender minorities that haven’t been previously detected because nobody has bothered to look. Further, by conducting a large-scale study that seeks to recruit as diverse a population as possible, problems that may disproportionately affect part of the community in a certain region, or may predominantly occur in other subpopulations, may become more apparent. Health concerns faced by gay black men in Dallas may be quite different from those of gay white men in San Francisco, for example, and a study solely focused on one may miss something important happening with the other.

Slate

Tags: Community, Disease, Environment, Health, History, Inclusion, Program, Science, Study, Treatment

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14-Aug-2017


This wristband uses sonar tech to help legally blind people walk around 
 

Both FitBit and Apple Watch have experienced periods of plummeting sales within the last year or so, perhaps because their fitness-tracking functions and other perks — although cool — are frankly unnecessary to most. But that’s not to say that wearables can’t change lives. Engineers recently invented a wristband that helps people with blindness get around using sonar technology.

Mic

Tags: Choices, Disease, Environment, Health, Inclusion, Product, Program, Science, Support, Tech

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04-Aug-2017


The New Buy-Sexual? Straight Men Who Are Gay For Pay 

 

We assume that these men are gay, or at the very least bisexual, and simply in denial about their sexuality. However, we now know that one subset of these men—straight men who enjoy getting paid for such sex—can, indeed, be heterosexual. It is not the sex that turns them on, it is the money! They have eroticized money, and the sense of value they derive from being admired and paid for performing sex acts with men.

Good Men Project

Tags: Advice, Choices, Dedication, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Finance, Inclusion, Lifestyle, Men, Mental Health, Opinion, Porn, Self Interest, Service, Sex, Treatment, Video

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31-Jul-2017




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