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Am I a “Karen”? 

 

Dear Prudence,

I come from a state where people are generally kind and not very confrontational. I’ve also lived in cities where people are far more gruff and are very boisterous when they think someone is trying to take advantage of them. Because of this, I’ve developed a much thicker skin than most people back home. I’ve been confronting people not wearing their masks correctly in stores (masks are mandatory in my city). It stresses me out so much and has me wondering if I’m being a “Karen.” I ask to speak to managers and write strongly worded letters somewhat frequently. It got to the point recently where I realized I act like the world owes me. I’ve never yelled at a manager over store policy, but I’ve always tried to “get stuff” when things haven’t gone my way. I don’t want to be like this, but I can’t shake the very negative feelings I’ve developed when I feel like I’ve been taken advantage of. I saw so many other people letting people know when they made the smallest mistake. Sometimes people seemed genuinely sorry for what they did or were a bit oblivious. Sometimes they got really hostile. Should I always be trying to make sure that people correct their mistakes, or should I let small things go? Is it a Karen move to always ask people to correct their mistakes?

—Always Disgusted in Tunbridge Wells

Am I a “Karen”?

Tags: Advice, Enforcement, Environment, Fear, Hostility, Judgment, Psychology, Reaction, Society, Symptoms, Women In Charge

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19-Sep-2020


At least 24 million students could drop out of school due to the coronavirus pandemic, UN says 

 

The disruption to schools caused by the coronavirus pandemic constitutes a “global education emergency” that threatens to derail the education of at least 24 million students projected to drop out of school as a result, said Henrietta Fore, executive director of the United Nations Children’s Fund.

“At the height of Covid-19,” 192 countries shuttered schools, leaving 1.6 billion students without in-person learning, Fore said on a press call hosted by the World Health Organization and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. She added that now, more than 870 million students, “or half the world’s student population in 51 countries,” are still unable to return to school.

“The longer children remain out of school, the less likely they are to return,” she said. “That’s why we are urging governments to prioritize reopening schools when restrictions are lifted.”

She added that beyond education, schools around the world provide many students with a source of nutrition and immunizations.

“At least 24 million children are projected to drop out of school due to Covid-19,” she said.

At least 24 million students could drop out of school due to the coronavirus pandemic, UN says

Tags: Children, Choices, Coronavirus, Education, Environment, Fear, Health, Intelligence, Interference, Mental Health, Nature, Neglect, Outbreak, Overpopulation, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Population Control, Safety, World

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15-Sep-2020


Coronavirus cases spike among school-age children in Florida, while state orders some counties to keep data hidden 

 

One month into the forced reopening of Florida's schools, dozens of classrooms — along with some entire schools — have been temporarily shuttered because of coronavirus outbreaks, and infections among school-age children have jumped 34 percent. But parents in many parts of the state don't know if outbreaks of the virus are related to their own schools because the state ordered some counties to keep health data secret.

Coronavirus cases spike among school-age children in Florida, while state orders some counties to keep data hidden

Tags: Coronavirus, Fear, Health, Safety, Statistics

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09-Sep-2020


Santa Ana provides new data that Orange County is ‘dumping’ homeless 

 

Much of Orange County is transporting homeless people into Santa Ana, placing an unfair burden on that city to address the county’s homelessness crisis, city officials allege in court documents filed Monday.

The filing marks the city’s latest effort seeking legal relief over this issue. And this time, officials have some numbers and additional data that they hope will prove their point that many other cities in the county are “dumping” their homeless in Santa Ana.

“We now have better evidence that the county did not stop this practice. It’s just being done in other ways,” Santa Ana City Manager Kristine Ridge said.

Santa Ana officials and residents have long complained that they’ve become a dumping ground for the homeless.

Santa Ana officials said transfers from other communities have led to to a disproportionate number of homeless people in their city. From 2017 to 2019, homelessness in Orange County increased by 43 %; but in Santa Ana, homelessness increased by 77 %, according to the lawsuit. As of April 2019, more than 25 % of the county’s homeless lived in Santa Ana.

Santa Ana provides new data that Orange County is ‘dumping’ homeless

KKK Flag Displayed on White House Barn Outrages Tennessee Residents

'It's vile, but this is the new norm': Urinating woman is seen 'performing sex act on a man' on Upper West Side street as the upmarket neighborhood experiences surge in crime after Mayor de Blasio moved 13,000 homeless into the area

State regulators investigate Long Island bar that promoted a Super Bowl-style betting pool on whether Chicago or New York City would have more shootings on Labor Day weekend

Tags: Bar/Club, Business, Environment, Fear, Fighting Back, Gambling, Hate, Home, Homeless, Neighbor, Racism, Safety, Sex, Supremacy, Threat, Violence, Voting, Warning, Wealth

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03-Sep-2020


Moving companies in such high demand as New Yorkers flee the city 

 

Rich Manhattanites are fleeing the city so fast because of the pandemic and deteriorating quality of life in the Big Apple that moving companies can barely keep up with them.

“It’s nuts!’’ Perry Chance of Show Up movers told The Post on Sunday. “We have four of our own trucks — but we have so many books that we had to start using U-Haul trucks!”

“The volume has increased by at least 70 percent” in the past few months, he said.

“[Clients] are mostly moving out of luxury buildings. [People] say the rich are leaving New York. Well, they are!”

“When you have an office on Park Ave, and you don’t see anyone but the less fortunate, the homeless, no more day-to-day workers, the high rent makes no sense,” explained a small-business owner at the U-Haul truck rental center on West 23rd Street in Chelsea, as he prepared for a move to Long Island.

Moving companies in such high demand as New Yorkers flee the city

Americans are fleeing urban centers like New York, New Jersey and Illinois in huge numbers and moving to remote pastures in Vermont, Idaho and Oregon during a surge of mobility sparked by the pandemic

Tags: $, Coronavirus, Destruction, Environment, Fear, Hostility, Moving, Safety, Threat, Treatment, Vandalism, Violence

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01-Sep-2020


Neighbors with hoses target fires as crews urge them to stop 

 

With California firefighters strapped for resources, residents have organized to put out flames themselves in a large swath of land burning south of San Francisco, defending their homes despite orders to evacuate and pleas by officials to get out of danger.

They are going in despite California’s firefighting agency repeatedly warning people that it’s not safe and actually illegal to go into evacuated areas, and they can hinder official efforts to stop the flames. The former head of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said the effort near a cluster of wildfires around the city of Santa Cruz is larger and more organized than he recalls in previous blazes.

“People are frustrated with the lack of resources available. People are always going to try to sneak back in, but it sounds like this is growing to a new level,” said Ken Pimlott, who retired as director of the Cal Fire in 2018. “I haven’t seen people re-engage to this scale, particularly with the level of organization.”

Neighbors with hoses target fires as crews urge them to stop

Tags: Backlash, Environmentalist, Fear, Fire, Firefighter, Home, Neighbor, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Survival, Unity

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27-Aug-2020


I’ve Suddenly Noticed My Husband Doesn’t Measure Up 

 

Dear How to Do It,

I have a recurring thought that might turn into a problem. I’m married to a man I adore, and we have an incredible sex life that I wouldn’t change for the world. Passionate, fun, multiple orgasms per session. However, while my body is overjoyed, my mind is struggling. My husband is slightly shorter than average, and his dick is slightly smaller than average as well. This is something I’ve always known and has never impacted our sex life. But I had a friend complaining about a below-average-sized lover, and it got me all in my head. Now when I look at my husband in bed, I can’t not notice that he’s smaller than what society says he should be. I never thought about it before, but it’s making me feel less attracted to him now. I find myself less inclined to give him hand jobs or blow jobs because I don’t want to think about his size. Why am I obsessing over this when I find sex with him so pleasurable? How do I get over this?

—Little Problem

I’ve Suddenly Noticed My Husband Doesn’t Measure Up

Tags: Advice, Anatomy, Fear, Humiliation, Interference, Pride, Relationships, Self Interest, Sex, Treatment, Women In Charge

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03-Aug-2020


Rats Plague Outdoor Seating at NYC Restaurants 

 

New York City restaurant owners already struggling with limited business are now facing another issue: rats.

With indoor dining put on hold indefinitely due to COVID-19, outdoor dining is the only other option, aside from takeout and delivery, restaurant owners like Giacomo Romano have to keep their business afloat. But the owner of Ciccio, an Italian restaurant in SoHo, says the sanitation of a nearby park is contributing to a recurring problem of rats.

Father Fagan Park is small and inviting to skateboarders and people who want to relax outdoors, but it's also attracting huge rats. Romano says he has appealed to city leaders for help.

NBC

Bay Area restaurant cited for employees not wearing masks

Michigan Businesses Required To Deny Entry To Customers Refusing To Wear Masks

Tags: Animals, Clean, Contamination, Coronavirus, Environment, Fear, Health, Masks, Nature, Pests, Policy, Politics, Restaurant, Safety, Terraforming

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10-Jul-2020


Fears over domestic abuse when football comes home 
 

With the Premier League returning tonight, the first football game kicking off this week, people will be watching the games from their homes due to the pandemic. There are fears this could increase tensions within households, resulting in incidences of domestic abuse.

In response to this, the Cannock Chase Council’s community safety partnership has teamed up with local partners including Staffordshire Police, New Era (domestic abuse service), the Staffordshire Commissioner’s Office and local authorities across Staffordshire to deliver some messages around the issue.

The new campaign ‘Football is coming home’ raises awareness of the support services available for both victims and perpetrators during these unprecedented times.

Express and Star

Tags: Crime, Domestic Violence, Environment, Family, Fear, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Relationships, Sports, Support, Survival, Violence, World

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17-Jun-2020


New syndrome in kids could change fate of schools reopening in fall, Cuomo says 

 

The growing number of New York children diagnosed with a serious inflammatory syndrome possibly connected to COVID-19 may impact whether schools reopen in the fall, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Sunday.

Health officials are investigating more than 120 cases of pediatric multi-system inflammatory syndrome in New York, according to the governor.

“This is a syndrome that we are only just discovering,” Cuomo said. “I think the numbers are going to be much, much higher.”

The illness, which causes the inflammation of blood vessels, has been identified in children across 16 states and at least five countries, according to Cuomo. At least three children have died in New York, health officials have said.

Symptoms of PMIS include a persistent fever, rash, abdominal pain and vomiting. Parents should call their pediatrician immediately if their children exhibit symptoms.

Pix11

Doctors raise hopes of blood test for children with coronavirus-linked syndrome

Tags: Awareness, Children, Contagion, Coronavirus, Death, Discovery, Education, Environment, Fear, Health, Illness, Medical, Parental Burden, Responsibility, Statistics, Study, Threat, World

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17-May-2020


Doctors Come Under Attack in India as Coronavirus Stigma Grows 

 

Katdare’s experience is one of the more dramatic in a phenomenon that has become common in India lately: health-care workers being subjected to violence and abuse as they try to contain the virus. Assaults have been reported across the country as people panic about catching the disease from medical workers or being stigmatized for having contracted it themselves.

Bloomberg

Tags: Attack, Backlash, Employment, Environment, Fear, Health, Hostility, Ignorance, Injury, Interference, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Neglect, Outbreak, Politics, Rejection, Safety, Survival, Treatment, Unruly Child, Violence, World

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13-Apr-2020


Being Locked Down Is Scary but Unlocking Is Scarier 

 

Now, more than a month later, as Italy begins to consider what the brave new world coexisting with coronavirus looks like, the protective bubble of the lockdown feels like a pretty safe place.

The lockdown was never intended to give people immunity from COVID-19. The purpose is to stop the disease from being transmitted person-to-person. But the coronavirus is not like an Angel of Death that passes by and never returns. As long as it is still out there, it could be passed around again when people begin mingling, making everyone just as vulnerable as they were when this whole ordeal began.

Over the past few weeks, uneasy routines have now become comfortable habits. Going out for essential supplies is no longer an enticing excuse to leave the safety of my apartment. The ordeal to glove up, mask up and then wipe everything down quickly takes the fun out of getting out of the house. And as the days get warmer, there is a genuine fear of taking off a layer and exposing any skin at all.

The Daily Beast

Tags: Coronavirus, Environment, Etiquette, Fear, Future, Health, Perception, Post, Safety, World

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12-Apr-2020


College Made Them Feel Equal. The Virus Exposed How Unequal Their Lives Are. 

 

The political science class was called “Forced Migration and Refugees.” Students read accounts of migrants fleeing broken economies and seeking better futures, of life plans drastically altered and the political forces that made it all seem necessary.

Then suddenly, the subject matter became personal: Haverford College shut down and evicted most students from the dormitories as the coronavirus spread through Pennsylvania.

Like many college courses around the country, the class soldiered on. The syllabus was revised. The students reconvened on a videoconferencing app.

But as each logged in, not everyone’s new reality looked the same.

One student sat at a vacation home on the coast of Maine. Another struggled to keep her mother’s Puerto Rican food truck running while meat vanished from Florida grocery shelves. As one young woman’s father, a private equity executive, urged the family to decamp to a country where infections were falling, another student’s mother in Russia couldn’t afford the plane ticket to bring her daughter home.

NY Times

Yale students are using the coronavirus crisis as an excuse to lower standards

Tags: $, Cheating, Demands, Education, Environment, Family, Fear, Lifestyle, Poverty, Priorities, Privilege, Safety, Struggling, Students, Support, Survival

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05-Apr-2020


Nowhere to go: Some inmates freed because of coronavirus are 'scared to leave' 

 

John Mele is one of roughly 700 inmates who were released from county jails in New Jersey to address the growing novel coronavirus pandemic. But when he was handed two bus tickets and freed, he said he was frightened, not relieved.

"I was scared to leave," Mele told CNN. "There ain't too much sh** that I'm scared of. I'm scared of heights and I'm scared of going to something I don't know about."

He said he was given five minutes notice last Thursday after he was told he was leaving the jail three months earlier than his sentence for breaking into a fishing store. He had no place to go and no assurances that he was healthy.

"No temperature check. Nothing. They gave me two bus tickets," Mele said. He was steered toward a homeless shelter, but said he refused, concerned the virus would be spreading inside the cramped housing complex.

"I'm telling you the honest truth, if I had to go to a homeless shelter, I'm going back to jail.

CNN

Child rapist ordered released to keep him safe from coronavirus

Tags: Backlash, Coronavirus, Environment, Fear, Health, Pederast, Policy, Politics, Portrait, Prison, Release, Safety, Struggling, Threat, Treatment

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04-Apr-2020


Mexico murder rate reaches new high as violence rages amid Covid-19 spread 

 

Mexico’s homicide rate raced to a new record in March, as violence raged even as Covid-19 spread across the country and authorities urged the population to stay home and practise social distancing.

Mexico registered 2,585 homicides in March – the highest monthly figure since records began in 1997 – putting 2020 on track to break last year’s record total for murders.

The surge in killings comes as federal and state officials put resources into containing the Covid-19 crisis and confront the prospect of an already sluggish economy falling even further – potentially deepening the misery for the more than 40% of the population living in poverty.

The Guardian

Tags: Coronavirus, Environment, Fear, Hostility, Lifestyle, Quarantine, Safety, Statistics, Violence, World

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03-Apr-2020




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