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The exodus of the wealthy from cities reveals the problems with individualism 

 

New York’s gilded Upper East Side has been rendered a ghost town. The tourists are at home; the shops are shuttered, with their shelves bereft. Many of its residents, meanwhile, are as far away from the new center of a global pandemic as their wealth can take them—in the country, by the shore, on a hilltop, virtually anywhere else.

It’s the same story all over the world: The wealthy are experiencing coronavirus differently. Some have gone to their second or third homes or to visit family members in more remote locations. (In the interests of full transparency, I have spent the past two weeks staying with my mother at her home in rural Connecticut.) Others have paid thousands for short-term rentals: In France and the UK, sleepy country towns are overrun with weekenders hunkering down for the long haul, while entire hotels in Ireland have been bought out by families fleeing cities. In the US, Airbnb saw year-on-year revenue in rural areas increased by $280 million in March 2020, or almost 30%, while revenue in urban areas fell by $75 million, according to data from AirDNA. In the same period, bookings in Manhattan and New Jersey fell by 66%, while bookings in some Cape Cod towns have soared by as much as 600%.

Commentators widely agree that this is selfish, unfair, and in some cases actively dangerous. Writing in the Atlantic, travel journalist Nathan Thornburgh warns prospective emigrants that by leaving now, “you are nakedly prioritizing your comfort and peace of mind over the physical health of others.” Even tourism officials have asked would-be visitors to stay home: “This is something I thought I’d never have to say throughout my tourism career, but please stay home at this time,” Carol Chaplin, CEO of the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority, said in a press release.

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01-Apr-2020


'Go the fuck home!': Woman repeatedly screams bloody murder, drops f-bombs on anti-abortion street preacher in Seattle 'Gayborhood'

 

It used to be that abortion-hungry types were intimidated by sign-carrying anti-abortion activists — but those days are long gone. In fact, the opposite now appears to be true.

As we've seen repeatedly over recent years, those who go public on a pro-life stance have opened themselves to far more vitriol and indeed physical harm than those espousing sociopolitically popular pro-choice beliefs.
Anti-abortion activist Matthew Wiersema was on a street corner in Seattle recently preaching the gospel and reminding passersby that abortion is murder, Pulpit & Pen reported.

Well, a woman suddenly appeared with Wiersema on the corner and began cursing at him and repeatedly screaming at him — and he recorded most of the jaw-dropping interaction and posted it to YouTube Wednesday.

"I could hear you from where I live, and I'm fucking tired of it," the woman told Wiersema, adding that "you're fucking too loud."

When Wiersema said he was trying to save people from hell and babies from being aborted, the woman unleashed a loud, lengthy, high-pitched scream at him.

"Did that feel good?" she asked him afterward. "Because that's what I hear every time I hear you talking."

When Wiersema tried to answer, she screamed again, adding that "there's a stay-at-home order that you are literally not following" and "go the fuck home, you asshole!"

The Blaze

Judges block 3 states from enforcing abortion bans pegged to pandemic

Tags: Abortion, Abuse, Celebration, Court, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Fighting Back, Laws, LGBTQ, Mama Wrecks!, Politics, Propoganda, Religion, Support, Threat, Video

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31-Mar-2020


The Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision that bodes ill for the future of civil rights 

 

Like most of the country, the Supreme Court is in coronavirus lockdown, closing its building to the public and postponing oral arguments until some future date.

Yet even as the justices seek shelter from a pandemic, they still managed to hand down five opinions on Monday. One of them, in the case Comcast Corp. v. National Association of African American Media, is a blow for the civil rights community — and a potential harbinger for civil rights cases to come.

The case involves a dispute between the cable TV company Comcast and a business that alleged the telecommunications conglomerate refused to carry its channels because it disfavored “100% African American-owned media companies.” (Comcast Corporation, the defendant in this lawsuit, is an investor in Vox Media.)

The Comcast decision, according to NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson, “is a huge step backward in our march toward achieving equal opportunity for all.” He warned that the Court’s decision will “significantly restrict the ability of discrimination victims to prove their claims under one of our nation’s premier civil rights laws.”

Vox

Tags: All Rights, Court, Equality, Exclusivity, Interference, Laws, Leaders, Safety, Threat

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29-Mar-2020


French Montana sued for sexual battery, allegedly drugged victim 

 

A woman is suing French Montana for sexual battery, alleging she was drugged and raped in his home.

The victim, referring to herself by the pseudonym Jane Doe, is also suing Montana’s employee, Mansour Bennouna, and Coke Boy Records for assault and battery, sexual battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent hiring, supervision and retention and negligence.

In legal documents, obtained by The Blast, Doe claims the 35-year-old rapper “had a longstanding practice of inviting women to their recording sessions, or choosing women at bars, and inviting them back to the Hidden Hills house.”

Doe goes on to allege that the defendants would supply women with drinks and drugs, “with the purpose of engaging in sexual acts with them, without any regard to whether or not they consented, or were able to consent.”

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Tags: Celebrity, Court, Drugs, Environment, Macho Posing, Men In Charge, Privilege, Rape, Reckless, Sex, Violence

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27-Mar-2020


Teen with lesbian moms forced to listen to anti-LGBTQ “sermons” before school basketball practice 

 

In a lawsuit filed earlier this month, two mothers in Tennessee allege that their son’s middle school basketball coach forced kids to attend his sermons in order to stay on the team.

The lawsuit, filed by the mothers who identified themselves only as “K.K.” and “K.K.,” says that their son signed up for the school’s basketball team, but no one told him that he would have to participate in any religious instruction to be on the team.

But Coach Chuck Comer then allegedly told the students that participating in a “Teens for Christ” program was a requirement for the team. Specifically, students had to show up 30 minutes before practice in the morning on Tuesdays and Thursdays to listen to Comer “read from and interpret the Bible for approximately 30 minutes.”

Even worse, the son went to one of the sermons, which was allegedly about LGBTQ people and “sin.” The teen was forced to endure “harassment on the basis of his parents’ sexual orientation” to be on the team, the lawsuit states.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Action, Anguish, Backlash, Complaint, Court, Education, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Fighting Back, Hate, Insensitivity, Judgment, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Prayer, Privilege, Religion, Treatment, Youth

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26-Mar-2020


Jerry Falwell Jr.'s Christian University Welcoming Students Back to Campus Amid COVID-19 

 

Liberty University, a private evangelical Christian university in Virginia, is welcoming students back to campus this week despite a little something known as COVID-19.

"I was on a conference call with other college presidents and representatives from private colleges, and we listened to what other schools were doing," president Jerry Falwell Jr. said in a statement shared to the school's site this week. "Many were throwing their hands up and saying they would just close and others were going to extend their breaks. At that time, we were on Spring Break, so we had time to work on it."

This process of choosing to "work on it" ultimately resulted in the decision to "get [students] back as soon as we can, the ones who want to come back."

A report from the Richmond Times-Dispatch noted that between a few hundred to more than 5,000 students were projected to be living in Liberty dorms as classes resumed this week. The majority of those classes have moved to online formats. Staff and faculty, however, are said to be coming to work in their usual capacity.

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When faith threatens public health

Tags: Arrest, Coronavirus, Court, Education, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Health, Homophobia, Inhumanity, Insensitivity, Interference, Judgment, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Loser, Magic Splatter, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Police, Politics, Population, Privilege, Reckless, Religion, Safety, Self Interest, Sex, Students, Study, Threat, Treatment, Unruly Child, Weird, World, Worship, Wrong

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24-Mar-2020


Lesbian teen murdered after being viciously stabbed 13 times on Human Rights Day 

 

A South African lesbian teen was stabbed 13 times to death and her friend gravely injured by three men Saturday in an attack that has stunned the country, occurring on Human Rights Day.

As swathes of South Africa celebrated the establishment of the Human Rights Commission, Liyabona Mabishi, 16, was fighting for her life, Daily Voice reported.

Pink News

Murderer who stabbed his teen Grindr hook-up more than 100 times had ‘sinister’ chats with four other men

Tags: App, Attack, Court, Dating, Environment, Hate, Judgment, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Minors, Murder, Parental Burden, Safety, Violence, World, Youth

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24-Mar-2020


Teenager found guilty of killing two gay men and a trans woman 

 

19-year-old Devon Kareem Robinson has been found guilty by a jury of first-degree premeditated murder, assault with intent to murder and felony firearm, and will be sentenced on 13 April.

He faces a maximum penalty of life in prison with possibility of no parole.

The victims, 20-year-olds Paris Cameron and Timothy Blanchard, and 21-year-old Alunte Davis, were shot to death by Robinson on 25 May 2019 at a house party in Detroit, which was attended by approximately 15 people in total.

Prosecutors said their deaths were motivated by their identity and sexual orientation.

Gay Times

The teen killer of three LGBTQ people is convicted & now faces life in prison

Tags: Court, Cowardice, Fear, Hate, Homophobia, Ignorance, Judgment, Misrepresentation, Parental Crime, Prison, Self-hatred, Threat, Violence, Youth

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22-Mar-2020


Anti-LGBTQ Hate Groups Are Surging in the U.S. 

 

The fastest growing number of known hate groups in the U.S. are focused on opposing LGBTQ rights, according to a report released Wednesday.

Last year there was a massive 43 percent increase in the number of organizations dedicated to opposing LGBTQ equality, the advocacy group Southern Poverty Law Center found in its yearly hate group index released on Wednesday. There were 70 anti-LGBTQ hate groups operating in 2019, as opposed to just 49 for the two consecutive years prior.

These battles are not merely being fought in the courts and in Congress. Many LGBTQ people are fighting to stay alive as homophobia and transphobia spread throughout the nation. Brooks said the uptick in hate groups correlates with a general rise in targeted attacks against the members of the LGBTQ community: A 2019 report released by the Federal Bureau of Investigations found that hate crimes against LGBTQ people had increased six percent over the past year.

Vice

Judge compares gay people to paedophiles as he sues for the right to be a homophobe in public

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Tags: Action, Activism, Americans, Backlash, Court, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Homophobia, Hostility, Interference, Latin, Laws, Leaders, LGBTQ, Magic Splatter, Marriage Equality, Murder, New World Order, No more Heroes, Politics, Privilege, Religion, Safety, Treatment, Victims, Violence, World

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19-Mar-2020


Court rules people cannot define themselves as gender-neutral on passports 

 

A court has ruled that people cannot define themselves as gender-neutral on passports.

Christie Elan-Cane, who identifies as non-gendered, brought a challenge to the Court of Appeal arguing that passports should include an “X” category for individuals who identify as gender-neutral, non-binary, intersex or other.

They believe that the UK’s current passport application process, which requires individuals to identify themselves as either male or female, is “inherently discriminatory” and infringes the right to privacy.

But the appeal was dismissed by senior judges, who said the policy is not unlawful. It’s a decision Christie has described as “devastating”.

Gay Times

Tags: Awareness, Choices, Court, Environment, Gender, Judgment, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Overreaction, Protection, Safety, World

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10-Mar-2020


DABABY APOLOGIZES FOR SLAPPING WOMAN... Let's Make It Right 
 

The woman who DaBaby struck over the weekend has lawyered up, and it sounds like they're ready to have a chat with DB.

Attorney Matt Morgan tells TMZ ... "Morgan & Morgan has been retained to represent the interests of Tyronesha Laws. Ms. Laws has received DaBaby's Instagram message. We look forward to speaking Mr. Kirk."

Yeah, you know it's serious when government names start getting thrown around. Luckily, DaBaby's already made it clear he's more than ready to talk.

12:09 PM PT -- DaBaby just issued a mea culpa to the woman he hit, implying he thought the gal was a dude ... and couldn't tell the difference because she was shining a light on his face at incredibly close range.

TMZ

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09-Mar-2020


A 14-Year-Old Girl With Disabilities Was Raped On Her School Bus After The Driver Ignored Previous Abuse, A Lawsuit Says 

 

A 14-year-old student with intellectual and physical disabilities was allegedly sexually assaulted over a period of nearly two weeks by other special needs students on a school bus before the driver or any other adult intervened, according to a lawsuit.

The girl's mother sued her daughter's school district in Georgia federal court Tuesday. The lawsuit alleges that the Fulton County School District (FCSD) discriminated against the girl, who is referred to as "Jane Doe" in the filing to protect her privacy, "through its deliberate indifference to the sexual assaults and rape she endured" and by failing to provide safe transportation for her.

Buzzfeed News

Tags: Abuse, Children, Court, Disabled, Education, Employment, Environment, Men Not In Charge, Mental Health, No more Heroes, Parental Burden, Rape, Safety, Sex, Treatment, Unruly Child, Violence

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08-Mar-2020


What The Satanic Temple is and why it’s opening a debate about religion 

 

A group called The Satanic Temple went to court in their lawsuit against the city of Scottsdale, Arizona, for religious discrimination in January 2020.

The city’s attorneys argued that they could not possibly be guilty of religious discrimination because The Satanic Temple is not a religion. This argument prompted the judge in the case, Justice David Campbell, to ask, “What is religion?”

One of the group’s political goals is to advocate for the value of the separation of church and state. Their strategy is to remind the public that if Christians can use government resources to assert their cultural dominance, then Satanists are free to do the same.

The debate over what constitutes religion is an old one. In 1961, the Supreme Court acknowledged in Torcaso v. Watkins that there are many religions like Buddhism, Confucianism and even expressions of Judaism that are just not interested in God. Torcaso v. Watkins did not define religion; it merely ruled that religion is not synonymous with theism.

The word religion lends itself to such creative legal uses precisely because it has no set definition. As religion scholar Russell McCutcheon says, religion’s “utility is linked to its inability to be defined.”

The Conversation

Tags: All Rights, Court, Environment, Fighting Back, Politics, Religion, Worship

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07-Mar-2020


R. Kelly’s lawyer blasts law that bars people with STD’s from having sex 

 

R. Kelly‘s lawyer says Brooklyn federal prosecutors should drop some of their sex crimes charges against the disgraced singer — because a state law prohibiting people with sexually-transmitted diseases from having intercourse is “unconstitutional.”

In a motion filed in Brooklyn federal court Monday, Kelly’s lawyer argues for dismissal of several counts against the singer that are based on a New York law that says it is a criminal offense for someone who knows they have an “infectious venereal disease” to have hook up with another person.

Steve Greenberg, Kelly’s lawyer, argues that the New York law, which has as been on the books since 1943, is an invasion of privacy that “makes it illegal to have private, consensual sexual intercourse.”

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Tags: Abuse, Celebrity, Choices, Complaint, Consent, Court, Crime, Disease, Exclusivity, Health, Laws, Lifestyle, Music, Privacy, Privilege, Sex, Threat

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02-Mar-2020


LBGTQ groups: South Carolina law is putting students at risk 

 

A new federal lawsuit says that South Carolina is fueling a climate of discrimination in schools and putting students at risk. At issue is a law requiring teachers in sex education classes to avoid mention of relationships other than heterosexual ones unless discussing sexually transmitted diseases. The lawsuit now aims to change that. The lawsuit filed by several groups including The National Center for Lesbian Rights and Lambda Legal says the state's Comprehensive Health Education Act violates the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment. The state Attorney General has issued an opinion stating that a court would likely conclude the law is unconstitutional.

The Public's Radio

A judge refused to recognize pro-trans law in a hate crime case. That’s judicial misconduct.

GOP Lawmaker Whines About Being Labeled a ‘Homophobe’ After Filing Horrific Anti-Gay Bill: VIDEO

Tags: All Rights, Children, Choices, Court, Discrimination, Education, Hate, Inclusion, Laws, Leaders, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Neglect, Parental Burden, Politics, Self Defense, Sex, Training, Trans, Treatment, Violence, Youth

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27-Feb-2020




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