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Michelle Obama raises eyebrows by using the word 'womxn' 


Former First Lady Michelle Obama sparked debate on an Instagram post after she 'used the term womxn' when voicing her support for abortion care.

Michelle Obama raises eyebrows by using the word 'womxn'

Apologies mee lady but wouldn't womanx/womenx be easier to pronounce? 16-May-2022

Tags: Abortion, All Rights, Children, Choices, Equality, Interference, Judgment, Parental Burden, Politics, Respect, Shame



People Are Freaking Out About the Dicks on TV


I’m just going to put it out there: I don’t watch enough television as someone who writes about pop culture. To be fair to myself though, there’s too much television to watch. One just can’t know all of the good shows on television. Nor which shows may not be good but that you should watch because … reasons. Thank god for Twitter.

The thing about Twitter is that when something good is happening on a show, someone’s going to tweet about it. And a lot. Whether it’s the fact that the plot is good, or there was just one epic scene, someone’s going to post it. Many shows, particularly on Netflix, count on this as a way that possible fans will discover the show. But sometimes it’s not the whole plot, it’s not an entire scene … it’s just … a clip. Or a still. Especially when its explicit.

People Are Freaking Out About the Dicks

Netflix cracks down on woke workers!

Tags: All Rights, Anatomy, Daddy Squish, Employment, Entertainment, Fuck Off!, Man Appeal, NSFW, Nudity, Social Media, TV



Anne Tyler insists she 'should be allowed to write from the viewpoint of a black man... 


'I’m astonished by the appropriation issue,' she told The Sunday Times. 'It would be very foolish for me to write, let’s say, a novel from the viewpoint of a black man, but I think I should be allowed to do it.'

...the viewpoint of a black man...

Grad exposes Greek life' by revealing the 'disgusting' and 'fat' ranking system

Twitter mob wants Disney actress cancelled

Birth to son likened to rape

Black Popeye's employee calls white customer

‘They’re Moving At The Speed Of Light’

Will Smith told to return his Best Actor Oscar

‘Don’t Tell Me Not to Beat My Kid’


Tags: All Rights, Award, Beauty, Career, Celebrity, College, Criticism, Cultural, Environment, Exploitation, Friendship, Hate, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Opinion, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Pregnancy, Privilege, Punishment, Representation, Science, Selfish, Sensitivity, Sex, Sports, Trans, Video, Violence, Women In Charge, Writer



Andrew Garfield rejects strict representation in acting roles 


Actor Andrew Garfield rejected the idea that people should only portray people of their own demographics and explained that it kills "emphatic imagination."

Andrew Garfield rejects...

Tags: All Rights, Art, Career, Hard Work, Hot Swatch, Representation, Talent



No One Ever Changed Their Mind Because You Called Them A “Bigot” 


The challenge of cogently addressing topics as complex as those related to representation in modern day work spaces (in print, on Zoom, or - perish the thought - on social media) is, frankly, daunting. But is counting belly-buttons and making sure corporate photos resemble a Bennetton ad the ultimate goal? What we’re seeking (in my opinion) are diverse perspectives that lead to innovation, better outcomes, and ultimately bottom-line success.

My friend and colleague, Dr. Martin Davidson from Darden School at UVA, calls it “Leveraging Difference,” which he contrasts with the old school, failed approach of “Managing Diversity.” The latter places more value on some diverse groups than others (especially more than the majority population), and has an outcome of resentment and tokenism, not innovation. Leveraging Difference, however, takes both acquired and inherent diversity into account, and includes everyone, including the straight white men that have been vilified for much of the last thirty years.

No One Ever Changed Their Mind

A gay NBA fan found 78 homophobic tweets by 40 players

John McWhorter blasts his own paper's decision to capitalize 'Black'

Middle schoolers face hate crime charges after racial attack on white students

Straight TV Hosts Make Out For $50,000

Tags: Affection, All Rights, Business, Celebrity, Challenge, Charity, Children, Cultural, Environment, Equality, Gay, History, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Representation, Sports, Training, Treatment, TV, Violence, World



Lesbian Host Slams Biden for Saying Women and Men Are Equal 


“We say, ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident’ that all women and men are created equal, endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, among them life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”

To Bruce, this was not a progressive step toward inclusion — women had basically no legal rights when the Declaration of Independence was written in 1776 — but tampering with the “sacred words” of the men who founded the United States.

Lesbian Host Slams

Lesbian cop faces demotion after she complained

...speak out

Why are so many lesbian, bi and trans women in prison?

Women account for two-thirds of HIV-related arrests

Governor Introduces Ban on Transgender Student-Athletes

'I can't participate in a sport that allows biological men to compete against women'

School teacher admitted she 'totally stalked' students' so she could recruit them to an LGBTQ+ club

UPenn swimmers wanted to boycott final home meet over transgender teammate

Transgender rioter has federal case for assaulting cops dropped

Tags: All Rights, Arrest, Ban, Children, Crime, Criticism, Disease, Education, Journalism, Laws, Leaders, Lesbian, LGBTQ, News, Policy, Prison, Privacy, Protest, Sports, Teacher, Termination, Trans, TV, Video Gay Swatch, Woman's Rights



Just 4% of Hispanic or Latino people prefer the term 'Latinx 


The findings from Gallup are consistent with another survey by the Pew Research Center from 2020, where researchers found that only one in four Hispanic or Latino adults had even heard of the term "Latinx." Only 3% of them used it to describe themselves.

Just 4% of Hispanic or Latino people prefer the term 'Latinx

Twitter users pounce on LA Times opinion columnist for using the term 'Latinxs'

Can We Stop Pretending That Anybody Talks This Way?

Call 'Latinx' What It Is: Lexical Imperialism

Tags: All Rights, Celebration, Community, Cultural, Fail, Hate, Humiliation, Hypocrisy, Interference, Language, Latinos, Preference, Pride, Priorities, Privacy, Respect, Tradition, Treatment, Unity



Texas Senate Bill Drops Teaching Requirement That Ku Klux Klan Is ‘Morally Wrong’ 


In a new political low in Texas, the Republican-dominated state Senate has passed a bill to eliminate a requirement that public schools teach that the Ku Klux Klan and its white supremacist campaign of terror are “morally wrong.”

The cut is among some two dozen curriculum requirements dropped in the measure, along with studying Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, the works of United Farm Workers leader Cesar Chavez, Susan B. Anthony’s writings about the women’s suffragist movement, and Native American history.

Critics say the state is promoting an “anti-civics” education.

Texas Senate Bill Drops Teaching Requirement That Ku Klux Klan Is ‘Morally Wrong’

Moment passenger on Frontier Airlines flight to Miami calls black man the 'N' word for taking 'too long to remove his bag' before battering him in the seats

911 operator who shut down NFL pro Richard Sherman's panicked wife as she pleaded for help is under investigation for being 'combative' and 'rude'

Student arrested over Hitler quote, Boston Marathon bomber reference in yearbook

White City Council Member in Alabama Shocks Meeting With Racial Slur: ‘Do We Have A House N***** In Here?’

'White people built this country'

Queens woman who went on months-long 'anti-Asian assault spree' finally arrested

Public college stands up for free speech rights of administrator who called gays “vile”

Announcer back at Minnesota racetrack after racist rant

BLM letter urging them not to send their kids to Ivy League schools so black students can get a spot instead

Tags: All Rights, Charity, Choices, Education, Free Speech, History, Leaders, LGBTQ, Loss, Parental Burden, Politics, Preference, Racial Tension, Revolt, Sports, Support, Video, Violence, Women In Charge



Column: Why do so many Mexican Americans defend Speedy Gonzales? 


He blazed through my childhood like a sombrero-clad comet, terrorizing gringo villains in the name of us downtrodden Mexicans.

His war cry went straight from our televisions and movie screens into our hearts and minds. My family and so many others cheered on his exploits, imagining ourselves as soldiers in his brigade. Polite society told us we shouldn’t worship this bad hombre because he made Mexicans look bad. So they tried everything possible to dim his star — but we Mexicans always fought loudly against any attempts to cancel our compadre.

Of course we’re going to love Speedy — it’s not like we have a buffet of iconic animated heroes to choose from besides Dora the Explorer and Bender Bending Rodriguez from “Futurama.”

Column: Why do so many Mexican Americans defend Speedy Gonzales?

Tags: All Rights, Animation, Celebrity, Employment, History, Hollywood, Inspired, Representation



Dad says NYC DOE public schools are ‘brainwashing’ kids with woke agenda 


In 2017, our 5-year-old son came home from kindergarten and said he was studying a famous teenage transgender girl in school. I’d never heard of her, but he said her name was Jazz Jennings (formerly a boy who transitioned a few years ago and has so far had three gender reassignment surgeries.)

I knew his school was liberal, so in the beginning I didn’t worry too much. But I did tell the principal I thought it was inappropriate. He disagreed. He told me, “We would never teach something inappropriate.”

In 2018, my son and daughter were in the same elementary school, and their principal started involving parents as if they were part of the problem, too. We were told to read Michelle Alexander’s “The New Jim Crow” and Ibram X. Kendi’s book, “How to Be an Antiracist.” I read both books, and had issues with them both. Alexander argues that the war on drugs is racist. This is crazy talk because drugs were and still are devastating the black community. Kendi says that unless you’re actively pushing for “equity” all the time, you’re racist. So, for example, the city wants to abolish testing for its more competitive schools because there aren’t enough black kids passing the test. But this lowers the bar for everyone. In my opinion, this so-called anti-racism is hurting black people.

Dad says NYC DOE public schools are ‘brainwashing’ kids with woke agenda

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Education, Environment, Freedom, History, Mental Health, Opinion, Parental Burden, Politics, Youth



After permit approved for whites-only church, small Minnesota town insists it isn't racist 


When the church doors open, only white people will be allowed inside.

That’s the message the Asatru Folk Assembly in Murdock, Minnesota, is sending after being granted a conditional use permit to open a church there and practice its pre-Christian religion that originated in northern Europe.

Despite a council vote officially approving the permit this month, residents are pushing back against the decision.

After permit approved for whites-only church, small Minnesota town insists it isn't racist

Tags: All Rights, Church, Community, Exclusivity, Fear, Neighbor, Religion, Weird, White People



An angry customer threw his drink at a fast-food worker. The next customer responded in the most amazing way 


Feroza Syed couldn't believe what she saw happen in front of her: a man threw a large drink directly at the woman working in the drive-thru window at a fast-food restaurant in suburban Atlanta.

Apparently, he didn't want ice in his drink.

When Syed pulled up, the woman, Bryanna, was soaked and crying. She was also six months pregnant.

Syed gave her a $20 tip, expressed her outrage at the man's behavior and offered to contact the police. Hours later -- and still fuming -- Syed posted about the incident earlier this month on her Facebook page and got a huge response.

An angry customer threw his drink at a fast-food worker. The next customer responded in the most amazing way

Tags: $, All Rights, Employment, Hate, Racism, Restaurant, Sad, Support



Man who was 'held under hot water' by his boyfriend 


The victim, identified by the pseudonym Zach, told BBC News his boyfriend used to have a 'heart of gold' but that his behaviour changed during lockdown.

'One night I was just getting in the shower and he stormed in, tore the shower rail off the wall, held me under the hot water, and started screaming in my face,' Zack recalled.

Man who was 'held under hot water' by his boyfriend in a case of lockdown domestic violence questions if police don't see him as being 'at risk' in the same way because he's a gay man

Tags: All Rights, Attack, Domestic Violence, Gay, Police, Relationships, Treatment, Violence, World



Please don’t call me Latinx: Why it’s not my preferred term

Ever since I emigrated to the U.S. from El Salvador, I’ve used the term Hispanic to describe my heritage. But lately, I’ve been corrected on multiple occasions about the term I use to describe myself — told that I should use the more accepted term, Latinx.

Okay, so I understand where Latinx comes from — the desire for a gender-inclusive term for people of Latin American heritage, avoiding the gendered ending of Latino or Latina. But it doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue. And besides, why Latinx and not Latin American?

At the heart of this debate lies the issue of labeling, where an outside group (or a small percentage from an inside group) decides on a term, or label, and then dictates which people fit under the larger umbrella of this label. This happens all the time, and the shadow this umbrella casts is hardly constant: its edges waver, growing and shrinking as categories shift.

I have friends who have lived in this country for decades but still refer to themselves as Mexican. I have other friends who call themselves Hispanic, or Chicana/o or just American. Should I correct all of these friends and tell them their descriptors are dated, that they are now Latinx and need to start referring to themselves as Latinx?

Please don’t call me Latinx: Why it’s not my preferred term

Tags: All Rights, Complaint, Deletion, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Latinos, Representation, Respect, Tradition, Treatment



Why some Latino essential workers remain overlooked amid racial reckoning protests 


The vast majority of Latinos living in the U.S. (around 60.6 million) are not undocumented, but 15.7% lived in poverty in 2019, a number that had been falling, but is still more than double their white counterparts, according to Census data.

Latinos also make up a large portion of the labor force in service sectors that were considered essential after the COVID-19 pandemic started (some 65%) -- like some construction, health care and food service workers -- leaving them at higher risk of being exposed to the disease without the protections typically afforded first responders and other traditional essential workers.

"Why are Latinos dying at a higher rate? Because we have no choice," said Frankie Miranda, the president of the Hispanic Federation, which supports Latino-led non-profits around the country. "We have to go to work, stock the shelves, deliver the food, be the sanitation workers, and of course we don't have the protective gear or any kind of information that can help us really navigate this. We know this for sure because our member agencies -- that were already underfunded and under-resourced -- were the ones that needed to step in and be the first responders for our communities."

When asked why he believes the Mexican community has not jumped into action and demanded racial equality following the Black Lives Matter protests, Alvarez suggested: "We are too afraid. Even if you want to do a peaceful protest, you don't want to be arrested because you can get deported."

Alvarez's case points to another situation that many Latinos say is affecting the community: lack of unity.

Why some Latino essential workers remain overlooked amid racial reckoning protests

Tags: All Rights, Cultural, Environment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Hate, Health, History, Hostility, Humiliation, Inhumanity, Judgment, Latinos, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Neglect, Opinion, Politics, Protection, Racism, Safety, Treatment, Vulnerable



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