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Spanking Can Be an Appropriate Form of Child Discipline
Fathers telling sons to 'take care of your mother' is misogynistic. It makes women look weak
Why you're selfish if you order spaghetti
Here's How Often Men and Women Really Think About Sex
Why males pack a powerful punch
Bill Murray Speaks Out After Complaint
Man wanted for aggravated assault of young daughter
Johns Hopkins child sex abuse center hires trans professor
'Worst Cooks In America Child Killer'
'whiteness' is a disease'
A spanking is more legal than a slap because nobody walks around with a diaper on their face. 14-May-2022
The reason "they" advise you not to spank a kid is because they might get horny for you. 15-Apr-2022
New mother says she regrets having a baby 'so much'
A new mother has shared how much she regrets having her baby in a brutally honest online post, explaining that she used to be a 'vibrant and fun person but is now a shell of her former self'.
The anonymous British parent, who has a seven-month-old son, warned other women that having a baby could 'ruin your life', detailing how she struggles with sleeping and wishes she could turn back time.
'If I could hit a button and go back to a time before my son existed, without remembering him or knowing he existed, I would do it without hesitation.
'Be aware it may ruin your life'
Bloodhound in Tennessee finds missing 6-year-old girl allegedly abducted by father
Seven-year-old boy dies after being thrown to the floor 27 TIMES during judo class
Las Vegas mom-of-two, 23, is arrested on murder charges after her 5-year-old daughter died
Pals of Liza Morales call Lamar Odom’s claims about her ‘bullshit’
Jordana Brewster to pay ex-husband $5 million in divorce settlement
Tekashi 6ix9ine refuses to support homeless dad: ‘My biological father abandoned me’
Michigan high school cancels classes at its $43 million campus
Texas boy, 15, is charged with capital murder 'after shooting his mother
Woman claiming she never should have been born wins millions
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?"
Birmingham college student walked 20 miles to 1st day of work so his boss gave him his car
When a young Birmingham college student's car broke down the night before he was supposed to start a new job, he didn't panic. At least not for long.
Instead, Walter Carr walked. From Homewood to Pelham. All night. In the dark. 20 miles or more.
Police hail store clerk as 'true hero' after helping woman escape alleged kidnappers
Why don’t we talk about the choice to not have children? One filmmaker thinks she has the answer.
The decision to not have children has long been a taboo subject in our society — but Maxine Trump thinks it’s time for us to embrace the conversation.
“If you imagine going to a bar and somebody is saying to you pretty directly, ‘Are you gonna have kids,’ it’s quite an intimate question, and how do you answer that?” she said.
Trump, a documentary filmmaker (with no relation to the first family), told Mic it used to embarrass her to talk about the fact that she had no desire to have children. But that all changed as she filmed her latest movie, To Kid or Not to Kid, a documentary that dispels some of society’s most toxic myths about women who choose not to be mothers.
FEDS RAID 'MATERNITY HOTELS' WHERE TOURISTS PAID UP TO $80K TO GIVE BIRTH IN U.S.
A night on an African safari convinced this USC swim captain to come out as gay
“At any given moment, on any given day, at any given place, anything can happen.”
It’s one of my favorite quotes because it accounts for multiple positive and negative aspects in my life. Luckily, my coming out story falls on the positive side of this spectrum.
I remained in the closet for so long because I thought at any given moment my reputation and my identity would be superseded by the term “gay.” During high school, if someone I knew came out, they then had the reputation as “the gay kid.”
I worked so hard to become a well-rounded Renaissance man. I was a national high school record holder in swimming, a pianist, an Eagle Scout and a polyglot. I didn’t want all my accomplishments to vanish under the term, “the gay swimmer” or “the gay guy.”
Tony Goldwyn Opened Up About His Experience With Sexual Harassment In Hollywood
On Oct. 20, actor Tony Goldwyn tweeted his support of Lupita Nyong'o after she published a New York Times op-ed that detailed her sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein.
Goldwyn then brought up his own experience with sexual harassment.
Tom Jones Says Sexual Harassment Is Just as Prevalent in Music Industry as Hollywood
Musician Tom Jones says the alleged widespread sexual harassment in Hollywood being addressed in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal is just as prevalent in the music industry. And he knows because he’s experienced it first-hand.
During an interview with the BBC Radio 5 Live’s Afternoon Edition on Thursday, the 77-year-old “It’s Not Unusual” singer reflected on the allegations surrounding Weinstein — which have spurred a movement of victims across the globe to speak out about their own sexual assaults and harassment.
“Things have always happened in the music industry as well,” Jones said. “There’s been people complaining about publicists and different things they’ve been expected to do to get a record contract, just like a film contract.”
Gay people are Grrrreat! Tony the Tiger speaks out against homophobic bullying
Kellogg’s mascots including Tony the Tiger and Snap, Crackle and Pop have ‘spoken out’ to condemn homophobic bullying.
The cereal company teamed up with LGBT charity GLAAD to stand up to bullying for Spirit Day, which is marked by schools in the US as a day to stand up to LGBTQ bullying.
PrEP activists warn new NHS trial will fail if black gay men don't take part
Sexual health campaigners are warning a newly launched trial in the UK will fail if not enough people of color take part, Gay Star News can reveal.
The new Impact study is now live, after a delayed start due to some computer problems.
The three-year trial will see 10,000 people using the Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) drug Truvada.
Marc Thompson runs Prepster, the PrEP advocacy group. He tells GSN, ‘If enough black men don’t take part, the trial won’t have been as successful as we hoped. It will create a health inequality.’
Gay Star News
James Van Der Beek Says He's Been Sexually Harassed By "Older, Powerful Men" In Hollywood
The former Dawson's Creek star tweeted his support of the women speaking their truths in light of the Weinstein allegations before launching into his own experience with sexual harassment.
LGBTQ History is Everyone’s History
The histories of people with same-sex desires and gender non-conformers and transformers are filled with incredible pain and enormous pride, of overwhelming repression and victorious rejoicing, of stifling invisibility and dazzling illumination. Throughout the ages, homosexuality, bisexuality, and gender non-conformity have been called many things: from “sins,” “sicknesses,” and “crimes,” to “orientations,” “identities,” and even “gifts from God.”
Though same-sex sexuality and gender non-conformity has probably always existed in human and most non-human species, the concept of “homosexuality,” “bisexuality,” and “transgender” identities, in fact, sexual orientation in general and the construction of an identity and sense of community based on these identities is a relatively modern Western invention.
Good Men Project
Conflicting identities: Being black and gay in Philadelphia
Terrell Green is gay, but most people see him first as black.
Women clutch their purses when standing next to him in elevators and on the street. Casual greetings usually come as a, “Wassup, brotha,” and others tell the 27-year-old he speaks “so well,” as though it’s a surprise.
Still, he claims these two identities equally, a seemingly paradoxical existence in a country where being gay can sometimes clash with expectations of being black.
“Being a black gay man,” Terrell said, “it became you cannot be a sissy. … You have to be strong.”
Black Americans’ approval of same-sex marriage has grown more slowly than that of any other racial group. In fact, last year was the first time more black Americans supported than opposed same-sex marriage — 48 percent for, 41 against, and 11 didn’t know — in polling done by the nonprofit Public Religion Research Institute. The number of black Americans who identify as LGBT also grew at a slower rate than Asians, Hispanics, and whites between 2012 and 2016, according to Gallup.
Heroes Alum Thomas Dekker Reveals He's Gay After He Says a 'Prominent Gay Man' Tried to Out Him
Thomas Dekker, best known for his roles in Heroes and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, has come out as gay.
The actor, 29, opened up about his sexuality, one week after he says someone tried to out him. “My sexual orientation once again came into question this week when a prominent gay man used an awards acceptance speech to ‘out’ me. While he did not mention me by name, the explicit details of his reference made it easy for the public and media to connect the dots,” Dekker wrote in a letter shared on Instagram and Twitter.
Though he did not name the specific person, the star was referring to Heroes co-executive producer and writer Bryan Fuller, who received the Outfest Achievement Award on July 6. In his acceptance speech, Fuller recalled an experience of trying to introduce gay characters on the now-canceled NBC show.
Colton Haynes: Hollywood Management Told Me I Couldn’t Be Gay, Forced Me to Date Women – WATCH
Colton Haynes talked about being forced into the closet by the Hollywood studio system in an interview with Andy Cohen on Cohen’s ‘Radio Andy’ show on Sirius XM. He also described being forced to go on fake dates with young female stars to put up a front.