All Posts Tagged as 'Respect'
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Feather - Meg Myers
Snowman - Sia
Milk (Tricky Mix) - Garbage
Aya Sato (YSMF)
All My Friends - The Revivalists
Take You Down - Illenium
The apocalypse. 28-Nov-2018
If I believed in Jesus I would presume he'd want to award his earth to the hardest working people. 27-Nov-2018
Back of My Mind - Two Feet
The Night I Danced With...
She makes him feel like that. 24-Nov-2018
Erode - Tender
Chun Wai Chan
British Comedian Offers Hilarious and Heartwarming Advice for Parents of Gay Kids
On Saturday night’s episode of The Jonathan Ross Show, British comedian John Bishop shared heartfelt words of advice for fellow parents with gay children. The 51-year-old, who has previously spoken about one of his sons coming out as gay, said, “Just love them for who they are and allow them to feel safe, and then those little digs and the little knocks and the little abuse that they subtly get that we don’t know about, perhaps won’t penetrate as deep.”
Camouflage - Lo Moon
A life for a life. 17-Nov-2018
Reflections - The Neighbourhood
A prisoner of his thoughts. 14-Nov-2018
How the First LGBTQ Mariachi Became an Outlet for Advocacy
What social power does music have? Where does that power come from?
Mariachi musicians Carlos Samaniego and Natalia Melendez found out the hard way—first through discrimination, ridicule and professional blackballing among their musician peers, then via the challenging path of advocating for the acceptance of gay, lesbian and transgender people in the mariachi world.
Jewish group says K-Pop band BTS should apologize over Nazi-style hats
Korean boy band BTS have been criticized by a Jewish human rights group for posing in headgear featuring a Nazi-style symbol.
In a statement posted on its website, the Simon Wiesenthal Center alleged that the popular K-pop group had posed in hats displaying the Death's-Head symbol of the SS -- the organization that oversaw the Nazi concentration camps.
Noting that the group were dropped last week from a planned Japanese TV appearance after one of its members wore a T-shirt that appeared to celebrate the atomic bombing of the Japanese city of Nagasaki, the center's associate dean and director of global social action, Rabbi Abraham Cooper, said that the group owed both the "people of Japan and the victims of the Nazism an apology."