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California high school basketball game ends in ‘racist’ chant: ‘Where’s your passport?’ 

 

A California high school basketball game ended with students from one school erupting into a chant of “Where’s your passport?” as the opposing team’s principal angrily confronts them.

The chant erupted at the conclusion of the contest between St. Joseph High School, a private school, and Righetti High, a public school located across the street in Santa Maria, according to the Santa Maria Times.

Supporters from Righetti High, the visiting team who lost 74-57, started the taunt in the final seconds of the game, according to video captured by the paper’s sports editor and posted to Twitter.

Three players on St. Joseph’s are from Puerto Rico — a US territory — and one is from France, the report said.

NY Post

Four students were suspended after racist Snapchats. They're suing the district for violating free speech.

CHICAGO STUDENTS PROTEST AFTER TEACHER ALLEGEDLY TELLS HISPANIC GIRL TO 'GO BACK TO YOUR COUNTRY'

A school called police after a kindergartner with Down syndrome pointed a finger gun at her teacher.

Tags: All Rights, Choices, Court, Disabled, Education, Environment, Exclusivity, Free Speech, Hate, Insensitivity, Mental Health, Minors, Parental Crime, Police, Politics, Privacy, Privilege, Racism, Respect, Sports, Stereotype, Threat, Treatment, Unruly Child, Youth

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13-Feb-2020


Special’s Ryan O’Connell: Stop using disabled people as ‘inspiration porn’ / Amplify by Gay Times 

 

“It’s been really, really surreal to be honest! I feel like I always believed in what we were doing and what we made, but to have people as bowled over as they are is incredibly emotional and surreal,” he says. “The messages I’ve been getting from people who are disabled, and gay, or gay and disabled, or just even not is overwhelming and I can’t wait to unpack it with my therapist!”

Written and led on screen by Ryan, the eight excellent 15-minute episodes take inspiration from his 2015 memoir, I’m Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves and features a partly-fictional version of himself. Produced by Jim Parsons of The Big Bang Theory, Special has gone global with fans from across the world going crazy for Ryan O’Connell. And while he’s game for it all, there’s a serious message as well: Giving young queer and disabled people the role model Ryan looked for, but never found.

Gay Times

Tags: Actor, Awareness, Celebrity, Disabled, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Interview, LGBTQ, Portrait, Representation, Sex, Social Media, Treatment, TV Gay Swatch

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03-May-2019


Quadriplegic fulfills lifelong dream of making porn 

 

Dreams really do come true — even for quadriplegics who want to make gay porn.

That is at least the case for Kenneth Connin, 27, who lost the use of his legs and the feeling in his arms from the biceps down when he suffered a spinal cord injury at 18 years old while competitive cheerleading, according to Gay Star News.

But the injury didn’t stop Connin, who says he always wanted to have sex on the internet, from filming his first gay porn scene with Pierce Paris, a veteran of the industry, for porn studio Himeros.

NY Post

Tags: Choices, Disabled, Equality, Freedom, Porn, Representation, Respect, Sex

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18-Jan-2019


Cruising for Inclusion 

 

Jay couldn’t wait to attend the Naked Unicorn Party, the BYOB play party capping off Butchfest, a 2013 Dallas festival celebrating “lesbians and queers who identify as tomboys, butches, studs, bois, transmen genderqueers, two-spirits, and all other identities masculine of center.” He had attended a few other queer sex events before, but as a 42-year-old trans man with a limp, his trans identity and physical disability made it difficult for him to sexually engage others.

Others often assume Jay’s disability puts him in chronic pain, but it doesn’t. And as someone who identifies as “70 percent femme/female-attracted and 30 percent butch/masculine-attracted,” he doesn’t feel welcome in queer sex spaces. At one sex party, the host pointed to him as proof of the event’s inclusivity. As a result, he often feels physically and sexually awkward at these events and usually ends up watching as a voyeur.

Slate

Tags: All Rights, Disabled, Entertainment, Environment, Gay, Humiliation, Inclusion, Judgement, Representation, Respect, Service, Sex, Support, Treatment, Unity

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25-Oct-2018


A Clerk Called the Cops on a Kid Buying Candy for Being 'Black' and 'Arrogant' 

 

Friday night started off pretty unremarkably for Jordan McDowell. The 22-year-old college student was on a quest to buy some Sour Patch Kids, so he made a stop at a local convenience store. But after perusing some of the aisles, he started to get the feeling that someone was watching him.

"She had been in the corner the whole time watching," McDowell told KRQE.

What by all accounts should have been a routine trip to the store suddenly took a scary turn: Out of nowhere, the clerk of the store called him “sketchy.” Then she picked up a phone and dialed 911.

Vice

Cop uses Taser on 11-year-old girl accused of shoplifting at grocery store

An Arkansas police officer is fired after telling a group of black men 'you don't belong in my city'

KFC incident with deaf woman leads to sensitivity training

Tags: Americans, Crime, Disabled, Discrimination, Environment, Hate, Hostility, Inciting Violence, Injury, Interference, Investigation, Just Do Your Job, Parental Burden, Parenting, Parents Don't Always Rule, Police, Racism, Restaurant, Self Interest, Supremacy, Treatment, Youth

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09-Aug-2018


Pennsylvania Pediatrician Charged With Sexually Abusing More Than 2 Dozen Children 

 

Charges have been filed against a Pennsylvania pediatrician who in January was arrested for molesting more than two dozen children, in many cases while their parents were in the exam room.

Johnnie Wilson Barto was charged on Monday with sexually abusing 29 children over the course of more than 20 years, Buzzfeed reports. The 69 counts include charges of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, multiple counts of aggravated indecent assault, and multiple counts of indecent assault and endangering the welfare of children.

Jezebel

Woman Sexually Assaulted in Bathroom During Foo Fighters Wrigley Field Show

Family Allegedly Forced Woman with Autism to Live in Cage and Eat Her Mom's Ashes: Prosecutors

Utah Dad Allegedly Stabbed Infant Son to Death on Homemade Altar, Then Stashed Body in Closet

Australian Bishop Convicted of Sex Abuse Cover-Up Resigns

Tags: Abuse, Child Abuse, Children, Choices, Disabled, Employment, Environment, Family, Hostility, Hypocrisy, Inhumanity, Keep Abortion Legal, Magic Splatter, Medical, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Murder, Parental Burden, Parenting, Religion, Representation, Sex, Treatment, Violence, Wake-Up!, Woman's Rights, Women, Wrong

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31-Jul-2018


Why accessibility in the queer community is still a problem 

 

I love my queer community, I really do. There is something comforting and reassuring about a community of misfits all of whom share that familiar thread of stories of shame, ostracism and harassment.

You can exchange those frustrated looks when a cisgender person loudly asks “but how do you really know you’re that gender?” You can reminisce together about all the former crushes you used to keep secret, or about your first “gay movie.” My queer community is a little reprieve away from a world that views straight and cisgender people as the default.

So it’s all the more heartbreaking when I find myself behind rows of barriers to access that community.

I’m not only queer, but I’m also disabled and neurodivergent. I walk with a crutch most days, and I experience chronic pain. And it bumps up the difficulty level for having real-life queer friendships just a little bit.

DailyXtra

Tags: All Rights, Bio, Community, Disabled, Discrimination, Environment, Exclusivity, Gay, Health, Inclusion, Insensitivity, Lifestyle, Representation, Respect, Unity

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07-Jul-2018


LaVar Ball said wife had stroke 'so she can be quiet' 

 

For much of the past year, the Ball family had been reluctant to provide details on Tina's stroke and her road to recovery. She was featured in the reality show Ball in the Family, but a recent feature from The Washington Post shed more light on how Tina has been treated by her husband since suffering the stroke in February of 2017.

Tina defied odds in regaining the ability walk. She has been left with aphasia, which limits the stroke victims' verbal communication. According to The Post, LaVar has treated Tina's condition as a weakness, making her ditch a wheelchair so it doesn't leave marks in their house.

USA Today

Tags: Celebrity, Disabled, Feminism, Gossip, Hostility, Insensitivity, Marriage, Perception, Representation, Sports, Woman's Rights, Women

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15-Jun-2018


Four officers fired for sending homophobic texts and joking about disabled people being raped 

 

Four police officers have been canned for sending “discriminatory and offensive” messages about gay and disabled people to one another on the app WhatsApp.

The officers, whose names have not been released, belonged to the Leicestershire Police Department in the U.K. They exchanged nearly 100 messages between 2013 and 2014.

The messages, which were sent in a closed chat group set up by one of the officers, included childish phrases like “big gay bear” and “big gay purple head” and made jokes about people with disabilities being raped and other things officers of the law, or anyone for that matter, really shouldn’t be joking about.

Queerty

Tags: Abuse, Backlash, Bullying, Disabled, Employment, Idiocy, Justice, Laws, Mental Health, Parenting, Police, Self Interest, Service, Sex, Social Media, Toxic, Unruly Child

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11-Sep-2017


Queer People and People of Color React to Charlottesville Activism 

 

Rachel, a queer black woman in Charlottesville, says that the rally on August 12 "affirmed what I knew intellectually about white supremacy.... It was a physical manifestation of the ideologies that built America." But for her, the community response reminded her of the legacy of activists from generations past. "The day represented an affirmation of the black liberation traditions that I've seen in the past of community defense. It's interesting to see that in such a large way.... I read about the history of resistance, the history of sexism, fascism, and racism, but I've never been a part of it. I have stories from my family who have."

Teen Vogue

Tags: All Rights, Anguish, Bullying, Choices, Community, Concern, Dedication, Disabled, Discrimination, Education, Environment, Exclusivity, Fear, Feud, Free Speech, Govt, Homophobia, Hostility, Magic Splatter, New World Order, Parenting, Political, Racism, Social Media, Stepping Up, Support, Threat, Unity, Violence

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28-Aug-2017


Donald Trump gets a daily briefing all about how great he is 

 

Any former Capitol Hill intern is familiar with the concept of a clip book, which young staffers compile, every day, to give their bosses a sense of how news outlets are covering them. This is a standard practice for Democrats and Republicans alike. Indeed, once upon a time when I was an intern in Chuck Schumer’s office, my responsibilities included assembling a daily package of news articles that contained any mention of him.

But the purpose of that document — and of nearly all clip books — was for the senator and his senior aides to get an accurate portrait of how he was being covered in the press. Like any normal human being, Schumer preferred to read positive coverage of himself to negative, but the goal of the exercise was to help ascertain what was actually going on in order to inform future decision-making.

That is not Donald Trump’s goal. He, by contrast, seems to just want to hear that people think he’s doing a great job even though the best evidence we have is that people do not, in fact, think he’s doing a great job.

Vox

Why the First Lawsuit Against Trump’s Trans Troops Ban Is So Ingenious

Tags: Business, Choices, Dedication, Disabled, Exclusivity, Govt, Ignorance, Irony, Lifestyle, Magic Splatter, Mental Health, New World Order, Perception, Political, Privilege, Reckless, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Unruly Child, Weird, World

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09-Aug-2017


Deaf, gay, and A-OK: Nothing’s gonna kill Dickie Hearts’ Pride vibe! 

 

Pride season is upon us, and this year we’re ringing it in by spotlighting the folks who make us proud to show up to work each day–the artists, activists, performers and personalities who make our community shine.

Dickie Hearts is a deaf actor and filmmaker based in Los Angeles. In 2015, his short film “Passengers” won the Best Filmmaker title at the Disability Film Challenge. Earlier this year, he appeared on Netflix’s hit series “Grace & Frankie,” where he played a hearing impaired young man. Follow him on Instagram @dickiehearts and on Twitter @DickieHearts.

Describe your first Pride.

Queerty

Tags: Celebration, Celebrity, Community, Disabled, Entertainment, Inclusion, Inspired, Interview, Pride, Respect, Support, Tribute, Youth

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10-Jun-2017


Nyle DiMarco slams Jimmy Fallon and Jamie Foxx for promo he says mocks hearing impaired 

 

Nyle DiMarco is accusing Jimmy Fallon and Jamie Foxx of being disrespectful of hearing impaired people.

DiMarco, the first LGBTI champion in the history of ABC’s Dancing With the Stars, took to Twitter to slam the host of NBC’s The Tonight Show and the Oscar winning actor for a recent promo.

The spot last week showed Foxx jokingly pretending to translate host Fallon’s comments into sign language.

DiMarco tweeted: ‘It is straight up disrespectful to make up sign language.
Everything is in gibberish. How was this allowed? Where’s the cultural sensitivity. Not comedy when you make fun of others.’

Gay Star News

Tags: Abuse, Anguish, Backlash, Bullying, Celebrity, Disabled, Discrimination, Entertainment, Opinion, Political, Protest, Respect

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30-May-2017


Disabled, gay, and single: Josh Galassi is ready to mingle this Pride season 

 

Pride season is upon us, and this year we’re ringing it in by spotlighting the folks who make us proud to show up to work each day–the artists, activists, performers and personalities who make our community shine.

Josh Galassi is a PR professional and occasional Queerty contributor living with cerebral palsy. He’s currently based in Kalispell, Montana. (“It is about 45 minutes from Glacier National Park for the geography challenged,” he says). Recently single, 26-year-old Josh says he’s feeling sad but trying to look on the bright side as Pride season heats up.

Describe your first pride.

Queerty

Tags: Celebration, Community, Dedication, Disabled, Entertainment, Environment, Family, Inclusion, Lifestyle, Opinion, Political, Pride, Respect, Social Media

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29-May-2017


Gay Marine helps change history 

 

He was the first American injured in the Iraq War, hit by an exploding land mine that broke his left leg, caused long-term nerve damage in his right hand, and so severely impacted his right leg that it had to be amputated to save his life. He had been in Iraq for only three hours.

While those injuries were severe, they were not the only things tormenting Marine Eric Alva while he served his country. As a gay man, had his sexuality been known, he would have been discharged from the Marines.

Alva was the final of three speakers for the academic year’s last Faculty of Arts and Sciences Diversity Dialogues, “Overcoming Obstacles: Managing Complex Intersectionality.”

“It’s an interesting story, the intersectionality of my life,” said the retired staff sergeant. “I am a gay man. I am a United States Marine. … I am also disabled and I am also Hispanic.”

Harvard Gazette

Tags: Celebrity, Disabled, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, History, Inclusion, Military, Political, Pride, Respect, Service, Support, Tribute

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07-Apr-2017




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