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Tags: Celebration, Celebrity, Contagion, Coronavirus, Family, Gif, Holiday, Neighbor, Parody, Priorities, Safety, Social Distancing, Threat

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21-Nov-2020


Jonathan Bennett to star in Hallmark’s first ever gay Christmas film 

 

The film, which premieres 22 November on Hallmark, will follow Brandon (Bennett) and his husband Jake (Brad Harder) as they visit Brandon’s parents for the holidays, during which they are “anxiously awaiting a call about the adoption of their first child.”

Michelle Vicary, EVP, Programming, said in a statement: “Our holiday table is bigger and more welcoming than ever. This year’s movies reflect our most diverse representation of talent, narratives, and families, including The Christmas House featuring a storyline about a gay couple looking to adopt their first child, and starring Jonathan Bennett in an ensemble cast.

Jonathan Bennett to star in Hallmark’s first ever gay Christmas film

Tags: Celebration, Christmas, Entertainment, Gay, Holiday, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Representation, TV, TV Gay Swatch

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24-Sep-2020


 

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19-Sep-2020


'The Karen' is set to be the most popular Halloween costume of 2020: Party-goers splurge on blonde wigs, 'I Want To Speak To The Manager' t-shirts and $180 face masks to transform into enraged white woman 

 

With Halloween 2020 less than two months away, many Americans are beginning to plan topical outfits to celebrate the occasion.

And while the year has brought no shortage of newly famous figures - from Tiger King's Carole Baskin to White House Coronavirus Task Force Doctor Anthony Fauci - it seems that many will simply be dressing up as a nondescript suburban white woman.

According to an article published in Vice on Wednesday, 'Karen' costumes are set to be the most popular Halloween outfits of 2020.

'The Karen' is set to be the most popular Halloween costume

Tags: Celebration, Costume, Halloween, Holiday, Surge

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16-Sep-2020


Mayor Lori Lightfoot says she doesn’t expect ‘mass crowds of trick-or-treating’ this Halloween 

 

On what should have been an epic year for Halloween lovers, with the annual celebration of costumes and candy falling on a Saturday, it seems the coronavirus will be playing the final trick on those seeking treats in Chicago.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot said the city’s looking at how to best celebrate the holiday and doesn’t expect it to look like years past. Lightfoot said the city is working on plans to recognize and celebrate Halloween, but in a way that’s “consistent with the public health guidance.”

Mayor Lori Lightfoot

Halloween candy slide may help trick-or-treating stay socially distanced

Tags: Celebration, Children, Choices, Coronavirus, Halloween, Holiday, Parental Burden, Policy, Safety, Youth

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10-Sep-2020


One Million Moms has launched a boycott against “all things Hallmark” after the network dared to acknowledge the existence of LGBT+ people in its holiday movies. 

 

On July 15 the Hallmark Channel announced 18 new movies for the festive season, and while none of them had LGBT+ main characters, the channel promised that more queer storylines, characters and actors would be on the way.

One Million Moms responded by declaring an oh-so-predictable boycott of literally everything produced by Hallmark, including the TV channel, wrapping paper, greetings cards and Christmas ornaments.

Pink News

Tags: Choices, Entertainment, Holiday, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Politics, Protest, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Threat, Woman's Rights

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27-Jul-2020


Sleep is for privileged white people, popular magazine says — so now activists call for 'rest reparations' 

 

Teen Vogue published an article last week alleging sleep is indicative of systemic racism.

Now some activists are calling for "rest reparations" in the form of sabbaticals and time off from work and other strenuous activities.

What are the details?

The article, titled, "Black Power Naps is Addressing Systemic Racism in Sleep," reveals the Black Power Naps initiative, which alleges that African Americans typically have shorter life spans when compared to their white peers.

Black Power Naps — created by writers Navild Acosta and Fannie Sosa — insists that black lives are shorter than white lives because blacks experience "generational fatigue" simply on the grounds that they are African American.

The Blaze

Tags: Cultural, Disease, Employment, Environment, Hate, Health, Holiday, Policy, Racial Tension, Treatment

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17-Jul-2020


The white-washing of Santa Claus 

 

For starters (spoiler alert) Santa Claus is an imaginary character—not real. The jolly guy in the goofy red suit is an American icon of popular culture. Although portrayed as magical—he’s mythical. The Santa story is a fabled fairy-tale—not true. A lavish legendary yarn. The roly-poly male with the white beard is a fictional character. Flying reindeer, a toy manufacturing center at the North Pole, and hardworking elves—not real. And Mrs. Claus is imaginary as well.

Aisha Harris penned a 2013 article on Slate about growing up black in a world with a white Santa Claus. Harris writes, “Seeing two different Santas was bewildering. Eventually I asked my father what Santa really looked like. Was he brown, like us? Or was he really a white guy? My father replied that Santa was every color. Whatever house he visited, jolly old St. Nicholas magically turned into the likeness of the family that lived there.”

My list of solutions: 1. Make Santa’s skin the colors of the rainbow, 2. Stop lying to kids about Santa being real and do away with him, 3. Be inclusive and respectful of an African-American Santa, a Hispanic Santa, an Asian Santa, a Native American Santa, a multiracial Santa, an African Santa or a Santa Claus of any color, race, ethnicity, culture.

Record Herald

Tags: Cultural, Headstart, Holiday, Politics, Racial Tension

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05-Jul-2020


How to survive the holidays when your family doesn't know you're gay 

 

No one wants to spend Christmas in the closet, but for many people, it’s a fact of life. Even though I am very publicly queer, some of my extended family members have opted out of processing that message. I rarely see them, but when I do, everyone pretends I’m not gay. While I’m a big fan of coming out, for some folx, coming out can be emotionally or physically dangerous. Trying to spend quality time with people who don’t acknowledge your identity can be alienating and painful. I asked some of my most trusted mental health experts how we can deal with spending the holidays with family who don't know you're gay.

Identify what your choices are...

The first thing you need to know is that you have choices. “I think one of the most important things is to decide whether or not you want to spend time with family members who don't know,” says Stefani Goerlich, a Detroit-based psychotherapist. “Not everyone is ready to come out to their relatives, but for those that are ready, being forced back into the closet for the holidays can be an incredibly painful experience.”

Mic

Tags: Advice, Celebration, Environment, Family, Holiday, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Psychology, Relationships, Safety, Treatment

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19-Dec-2019


Not All Sheros Wear Capes 

 

The War on Christmas has a new hero. A shero, if you will.

Shelby Gash, a 24-year-old in Lenexa, Kansas, made a giant penis out of Christmas lights on her roof. “Sorry neighbors..I felt the need to make a giant dick on the roof ‘tis the season!” Gash wrote on Facebook.

I so appreciate this need. In these dark times, a glowing dick can bring so much joy.

Jezebel

Tags: Celebration, Entertainment, Environment, Holiday, Social Media

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13-Dec-2019


 

Happy, safe Memorial Day. 27-May-2019

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19-Dec-2018


 

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17-Dec-2018


 

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17-Dec-2018


 

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