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All Posts Tagged as 'Confusion'

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Our hypocritical leaders refuse to obey their own COVID-19 rules 

 

Wearing a mask is important. For you and those around you. For elected officials? Not so much.

Actually, all the COVID rules are for us, not them. COVID-19, and the accompanying lockdowns, have made it painfully clear: We plebes have to follow the rules; the elites do not.

Start with California Gov. Gavin Newsom, who last week groveled for forgiveness after being caught attending a large birthday dinner at The French Laundry restaurant in Napa Valley. When pictures from the event surfaced, the hypocrisy was glaring: The governor was seen with his wife at a large table full of maskless lobbyists, all sitting in close proximity.

But, hey: You’re not the governor — so if you want to celebrate Thanksgiving in his state, remember: “No more than three households, including your own,” at the gathering, and keep your distance.

Newsom isn’t the only one to live it up while everyone suffers. Gov. Cuomo, for example, is rarely seen in a mask, yet his Twitter feed never stops harassing you to “mask up.” (And, by the way, he’s just thrilled with himself over his handling of the COVID-19 crisis, even though it resulted in more deaths than any other state and, according to The New York Times, seeded the virus throughout the country.)

Our hypocritical leaders refuse to obey their own COVID-19 rules

Cuomo CANCELS his Thanksgiving plans amid accusations of hypocrisy HOURS after saying his mom, 89, and two of his kids were coming to dinner - despite telling entire state to stay at home

Tags: Cancelled, Celebration, Choices, Confusion, Coronavirus, Enforcement, Exclusivity, Family, Holidays, Hypocrisy, Leaders, Masks, Neglect, Representation, Society, Unruly Child

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23-Nov-2020


I Want to Buy My Boyfriend an Ax for Christmas, but I’m Afraid He’ll Maim Himself 
 

I am getting a head start on the winter holidays by drawing up an early gift list, but I am stuck on one recipient in particular. My boyfriend is generally handy and especially enjoys building fires, and he has expressed interest in chopping wood for the last few fires we’ve had. Great, I thought—I can get him a high-quality ax or hatchet for Christmas. But then I started thinking about the potential for injuries. I have anxiety and know it can skew my perception of things, so I’m trying to think it through rationally. My boyfriend is very aware of safety and risk assessments in daily life, but he’s also not the most spatially aware person. He can be clumsy by himself or with others, especially after a few drinks. He’s also never been trained in any kind of ax safety. I still think he’d be delighted by this present, and part of me wants to be convinced by that alone, but another part of me thinks that even having an ax around would kick my fear of accidental injury into permanent overdrive. Should I try to muscle through the anxiety or start looking for a different present? Or is there a compromise here that would satisfy both my fears and my desire to impress with a cool gift?

—Ax Anxiety

I Want to Buy My Boyfriend an Ax for Christmas, but I’m Afraid He’ll Maim Himself

Tags: Advice, Confusion, Etiquette, Gifts, Investment, Relationships, Threat, Weird

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21-Nov-2020


Is it a red flag that the teacher I’m dating has classroom sexual fantasies? 

 

Dear How to Do It,

Given the extended period of physical distancing we’ve been experiencing, I have begun to explore online dating. Particularly, I have been looking for someone who both shares my sexual interests and is a good human being overall for the possibility of a long(er)-term relationship.

While I feel like I might have found this person recently, the fact that they are a high school teacher and have a strong interest in role-playing student-teacher and my own dating history make me wonder if this kink is a healthy outlet for someone in their position or a foreshadowing or indicator of something more sinister. While I do not want to rule out someone for “pre-crime” or “thought crime,” I also want to make sure that our sexual liaisons do not in any way contribute to their venturing (or furthering) into unethical and destructive—not to mention illegal—territory. Given your professional experience and your access to experts, I am eager to hear your input on my situation.

—Teacher’s Pet

Is it a red flag that the teacher I’m dating has classroom sexual fantasies?

Tags: Advice, Children, Choices, Confusion, Dating, Fantasy, Fear, Fetish, Pederast, Safety, Sex, Students, Teacher

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13-Oct-2020


Nico Tortorella Discusses Details of Their Polyamorous Marriage 

 

Nico Tortorella just gave fans a glimpse into their queer polyamorous marriage as well as their relationships with others. In a revealing interview with Attitude, they explained how their life is not defined by gender normative concepts but by love, loyalty, and exploration.

"I think that my own understanding of the binary of sexuality and the binary of gender has transitioned over the years,” Tortorella said, explaining they now try to educate others on the nature of their queerness rather than talk about “who I am with my family.”

Tortorella is married to non-binary and gender fluid activist and entrepreneur Bethany C. Meyers. Although they tied the knot officially in 2018, the pair have been friends and more for almost 15 years after having met during college. Their relationship is at its core one of affirmation and loyalty.

“I mean, Bethany’s my best friend and we have been through a ton of shit together,” Tortorella said.

According to Tortorella, their relationship with Meyers has been the anchor in both their lives.

Nico Tortorella Discusses Details of Their Polyamorous Marriage

Tags: Celebrity, Confusion, Etiquette, Horny, Hypocrisy, Ignorance, LGBTQ, Preference, Relationships, Self Interest, Sex, Stereotype, Training, Treatment, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

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09-Oct-2020


1 in 3 parents don't intend to have their child get the flu vaccine this year 

 

One in three parents doesn't intend to have their child vaccinated for the flu this season, according to a new poll, despite the potential threat of a second wave of COVID-19 cases.

Health officials have increasingly emphasized the importance of vaccinations this year, in part to limit stress on the health care system during the coronavirus pandemic. If the flu is not controlled, officials say hospitals may become overwhelmed by dealing with both.

Despite this, 32% of parents say their child is "unlikely" to get a flu vaccine, according to the recent National Poll on Children's Health.

1 in 3 parents don't intend to have their child get the flu vaccine this year

Tags: Children, Choices, Confusion, Environment, Etiquette, Fear, Health, Investment, Medical, Parental Burden, Protection, Psychology, Responsibility, Safety, Survival, Toxic

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28-Sep-2020


James Roday Reclaims His Birth Name Rodriguez 

 

James Roday Rodriguez has announced his “deeply personal decision” to change his name from James Roday back to his birth name, Rodriguez. In an interview with TVLine, the Psych star explained that he had changed his name to James Roday two decades ago after facing discrimination at auditions as a young actor. “I didn’t look Latino enough,” Rodriguez said. “They basically didn’t know what to do with me.” Rodriguez admits that he has had a “strange relationship with [his] own heritage.” He ultimately came to the decision to switch back to his birth name after talking to his father about race amid a global reckoning with racial injustice.

Vulture

Tags: Celebrity, Confusion, Employment, Privilege, Race

Filed under: Gay+

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15-Jul-2020


The world isn't laughing at America -- it's pitying us 
 

It's like the Fourth of July, Bonfire Night, Diwali and Chinese New Year -- every night.

In the oppressive heat of the Covid-19 summer, US cities are suddenly reverberating with the crack and boom of fireworks that blast on into the small hours. Authorities haven't got a clue where the explosives are coming from.

It's perhaps not surprising that some people are letting off steam -- or rockets and firecrackers -- after months stuck at home under shutdowns. But the nightly cacophony is not just a nuisance to those whose nerves are already stretched to the breaking point by recent months -- they can cause injuries and house fires. In Brooklyn, troublemakers appeared to target a homeless man with a thrown firecracker.

One of Trump's big election lines in 2016 was that the world was laughing at America. That wasn't true, but now the reality is worse: A bemused world is pitying America.

CNN

Tags: Americans, Chaos, Confusion, Politics, Sad, World

Filed under: Gay+

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29-Jun-2020


JoJo Siwa responded to and dismissed accusations of blackface in one of her music videos 

 

JoJo Siwa is the latest YouTuber to face allegations of racism after some followers said a young actor in her latest music video, for her song "Nonstop," was performing in blackface.

The video, which is set in a circus, features dancers dressed up as all sorts of animals. One of the dancers, a young white girl, is seen in close-up early in the video with brown makeup and what appear to be monkey ears. The comments on the video have been disabled.

Insider

Former Mayor Resigns After Comparing BLM Protesters to Monkeys in FB Post

Bernie Ecclestone says ‘in many cases black people are more racist than white people’

TikTok Pride event shut down in minutes after homophobes and racists target LGBT+ creators with hate

Tags: Alleged, Backlash, Celebrity, Confusion, Employment, Leaders, LGBTQ, Music, Opinion, Perception, Politics, Pride Killer, Racial Tension, Racism, Resignation, Social Media, Sports, Video, World, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

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26-Jun-2020


 

I think it's a mistake to separate Christian into right or left because you all serve the same God. That action cancels your purpose. 15-Apr-2020

Tags: Confusion, Religion, Representation

Filed under: Wisps

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15-Apr-2020


9 Reasons Why Anxiety Disorders In Teens Is On The Rise 

 

Anxiety has become the most common mental-health disorder in the country. Unfortunately, it does not only affect adults.

According to the National Institute Of Mental Health, almost 32 percent of adolescents have an anxiety disorder.

However, the troubling part of this statistic is that anxiety is only becoming more prevalent as the years go on, increasing 20 percent since 2007.

So, why is anxiety in teens on the rise?

Your Tango

Tags: Anxiety, Breeding, Confusion, Environment, Family, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Neglect, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Priorities, Sad, Social Media, Struggling, Support, Treatment, Vulnerable, Youth

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05-Apr-2020


'Our 13-year-old was brainwashed into thinking she’s transgender': Parents accuse school of secretly allowing girl to attend ‘radicalising’ mentoring sessions that convinced her that she was really a boy 

 

A school has been accused of secretly allowing a 13-year-old girl to attend ‘radicalising’ mentoring sessions that convinced her that she was transgender.

Ashleigh and Ged Barnett allege that until the one-to-one sessions began last September, their daughter appeared comfortable in her body and showed little interest in transgender issues.

But they say she had changed completely by November, sporting a short haircut and talking about feeling that she was really a boy.

They were confused by the transformation until they met her headteacher to discuss another matter and learned that their daughter had been having weekly sessions with the head of the school’s LGBT group.

Mrs Barnett said: ‘The school didn’t think it was fit to tell us. We are her parents, but responsibility to care for our child has been taken away. The attitude is that it’s the child’s choice and it’s got nothing to do with us.

‘Children at 13 or 14, especially girls, are sometimes not happy in their own bodies – that’s what puberty does to you. They are very vulnerable. It only takes one person with an agenda to plant a little seed that they are “in the wrong body”.’

Daily Mail

Tags: All Rights, Backlash, Children, Confusion, Court, Development, Education, Effect, Environment, Experimentation, Fighting Back, Health, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Parental Burden, Politics, Safety, Sex Identity, Treatment, World, Youth

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15-Mar-2020


From snake oil to science: I peddled 'clean' eating, wellness — until I learned the facts 

 

Marketing that organic food is cleaner is all around us. Just take a look at the campaign “Skip the Chemicals.” It encourages consumers to fear the scary-sounding names of chemicals and adopt a better-safe-than-sorry attitude toward their food. Ultimately, though, it steers consumers toward more costly organic foods, although there is no evidence that organic foods are more nutritious.

The “Dirty Dozen” list is another marketing ploy. Not only did I have this list stuck to my fridge at home, I also encouraged my clients to download and share it. Using pesticide residue data from the USDA, it ranks food by the levels of detected pesticides to generate a list of the top 12 fruits and vegetables consumers should avoid in their conventional versions.

Take strawberries, which topped the list in 2018. The USDA published test results on tens of thousands of nonorganic fruit and vegetable samples across the country. Most of the samples of strawberries showed residues of at least one kind of pesticide and, in one sample of strawberries, 22 different pesticide residues were detected — but that doesn’t mean the pack of strawberries you buy at the grocery store will have 22 pesticides.

USA Today

Tags: Confusion, Diet, Effect, Environment, Health, Life Expectancy, Lifestyle, Nature, Neglect, Parental Burden, Safety, Science, Study, Terraforming, Treatment, World

Filed under: Health/Food

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06-Feb-2020


 

We are getting very close to becoming the burp nation. 04-Nov-2019

Tags: Americans, Assholes, Bullying, Confusion, Environment, Hope, Humanity, Mental Health, Politics, Quackery, Respect, Responsibility, Society, Stereotype, Treatment, World Peace

Filed under: Wisps

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04-Nov-2019


 

The only thing we are successfully cleansing is social media. Who's going to talk for the environment? 14-Jul-2019

Tags: Confusion, Environment

Filed under: Wisps

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15-Jul-2019


People Are Furious After Dermatologist Tells Woman to Stop Wearing Sunscreen Because It’s ‘Too Greasy’ 

 

You would think that by now, the vote on whether or not to wear sunscreen would be just about unanimous. Research shows that SPF is a vital step in protecting against harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays that can cause skin cancer and premature aging. So you can imagine that if a dermatologist told you that you could ditch the sunscreen, you might be a bit confused.

“Recently I went to a dermatologist for the 1st time and while discussing my skincare routine, he told me to not wear sunscreen because they're all too greasy and that Asians have a very low chance of getting skin cancer,” she wrote in her post.

Health

Tags: All Rights, Confusion, Employment, Health, Medical, Misrepresentation, Nature, Race, Reckless, Safety, Science, Sun, Sunscreen, Treatment

Filed under: Health/Food

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30-May-2019




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