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25-Apr-2021


Young people who've come out as asexual reveal what it's REALLY like to have zero attraction to others - and say they're tired of being told 'you just haven't met the right person yet' 

 

Young peope who define themselves as asexual have been sharing the often negative reactions they experience if they're open about their lack of sexual desire - including being told they simply haven't 'met the right person'.

One of the most prominent voices for the asexual community in the UK is 24-year-old Yasmin Benoit, a model and activist who wants to raise visibility of asexuality and aromanticism.

'They were, like: 'You don't look asexual, you're probably just insecure, or you must have got molested or you must be gay? Maybe you're a psychopath', said Yasmin.

Young people who've come out as asexual

I'm asexual because I got tired of it. I didn't want to become that gay senior whose auto reflexes force hand jobs on cute waiters whilst the family sits unknowingly. 21-Mar-2021

Tags: Asexual, Awareness, Coming Out, Education, Environment, Lifestyle, Policy, Portrait, Relationships, Respect, Sex, Sex Identity

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21-Mar-2021


Man arrested in attack on elderly Asian American woman who blacked out 

 

A man has been arrested in connection with a brutal attack on an elderly Asian American woman in White Plains, New York, police said Friday.

Nancy Toh, 83, was spit on and punched near the Westchester shopping center on Tuesday, police said. She hit the ground hard enough that she "blacked out momentarily," White Plains police Capt. James Spencer said in a statement.

Toh's face and hip were injured, and she possibly suffered a concussion, he said.

Man arrested in attack on elderly Asian American woman who blacked out

Woman Arrested for Coughing, Pepper-Spraying Asian Uber Driver in SF

Tags: All Rights, Arrest, Attack, Crime, Cultural, Inhumanity, Injury, Respect, Seniors, Threat, Video, Violence

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12-Mar-2021


‘I Love Lucy’: Only Lucy was Allowed to Poke Fun at Ricky’s Accent, Here’s Why 

 

Cuban immigrant, Desi Arnaz moved to America in 1934. After arriving in the US, Arnaz would create one of the most successful production companies in Hollywood, known as Desilu Productions, alongside his on and off-camera wife, Lucille Ball.

Despite becoming quite a successful businessman and actor in showbusiness, he could never escape his Cuban accent. Arnaz had issues with anyone who poked fun at him about it, even though fans found it cute. Arnaz harbored resentment to anyone who made fun of his accent while on the set— except for one person.

‘I Love Lucy’: Only Lucy was Allowed to Poke Fun at Ricky’s Accent, Here’s Why

Tags: Business, Celebrity, Comedy, Cultural, Daddy Squish, Entertainment, Etiquette, Hollywood, Latinos, Legend, Marriage, Men In Charge, Portrait, Respect, TV, TV Trivia

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06-Mar-2021


George Michael’s ex caught smashing his way into the late star’s home 

 

George Michael’s ex was busted for smashing his way into the late pop star’s London home — just days before the fourth anniversary of the singer’s Christmas Day death, according to reports.

Troubled hairstylist Fadi Fawaz, 47, was confronted Tuesday morning after breaking a window to get into the “Last Christmas” star’s empty $6.75 million home, the Sun said.

“This is my place. George wanted me to have it,” he allegedly yelled at officers who arrived at the house that Fawaz was kicked out of by Michael’s family last year, the UK paper said.

George Michael’s ex caught smashing his way into the late star’s home

Tags: Celebrity, Cultural, Emotional, Entertainment, Exploitation, Gay, Humiliation, Insecurities, Insensitivity, LGBTQ, Life Sucks!, Lifestyle, Loneliness, Loser, Men Not In Charge, Mental Health, Neglect, Preference, Rampage, Relationships, Rescue, Respect, Self-hatred, Treatment, World

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24-Dec-2020


Jhené Aiko Explains Why She Stopped Using the N-Word in Her Music 

 

There seems to be unnecessary confusion surrounding the use of the N-word, especially when it comes to crafting lyrics. This moved Jhené Aiko to give a deep explanation as to why she removed the word from her music.

Although her ability to look like multiple races has undoubtedly been beneficial to her public persona, Aiko doesn't want to abuse a privilege that she didn't ask for. So out of respect for herself, friends, and fans, she decided to stop using the N-word in her music because it could make people uncomfortable. Aiko explains that she eradicated the word from her writing process years ago, but this discussion made the news relevant.

Jhené Aiko Explains Why She Stopped Using the N-Word in Her Music

Papa John’s founder’s use of N-word not racist, according to report he commissioned

Tags: Celebrity, Choices, Cultural, Etiquette, Honesty, Inclusion, Investigation, Investment, Men In Charge, Music, Politics, Preservation, Representation, Respect, Treatment, Trending, Women In Charge, Words

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09-Dec-2020


Tom Hanks' Son, Chet Hanks, Is Getting Called Out For "Verbal Blackface" And...Yikes 

 

For the most part, Tom Hanks' family is pretty low-key.

And then there's Tom's son, Chet Hanks (the key.)

Earlier this year, Chet posted a video of himself at the Golden Globes speaking patois, and captioned it, "BIG UP FIMI WHOL FAMILY SOON COM AT DI AWARDS NA SEEN ?? ?? ?? CHUNE IN."

Chet reportedly compared his use of a Jamaican accent to using an English accent after watching "a bunch of English gangster movies," which did not go over well:

Tom Hanks' Son, Chet Hanks, Is Getting Called Out For

Tags: Celebrity, Celebrity Children, Choices, Etiquette, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Racial Tension, Respect, Youth

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06-Dec-2020


The Prom’s James Corden Under Fire For Offensive, Gay-Face Performance 

 

According to Indiewire, many critics are frustrated with Corden's overtly flamboyant performance. The actor, who identifies as straight, is said to be overplaying the femininity of his character in an effort that comes across as gay-face. Much of the frustration around this centers the fact that the film is supposed to be an uplifting queer story, but it seems as if Corden's performance gets in the way of that. While not everyone hated the performance, it seems as if the general consensus is that it's insensitive, if not overtly offensive.

With the criticism around Corden's casting at the forefront, one of the questions surrounding it is why a queer actor was not cast in the first place. There is no shortage of queer actors in Hollywood, as the industry continues to evolve and give space and access to LGBTQIA+ folks that were previously denied. Opinions differ as to whether being queer is a prerequisite to playing a queer role, but it does seem counterintuitive to cast a straight man in a queer role in a film that celebrates queer acceptance.

The Prom’s James Corden Under Fire For Offensive, Gay-Face Performance

Dudes, he's always been gay-faced. You just noticed? He's just a shitty actor. 02-Dec-2020

Tags: Backlash, Cancellation, Celebrity, Employment, Exclusivity, Fraud, Gay, Hypocrisy, LGBTQ, Parody, Respect, Victims

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02-Dec-2020


Monsoon's Henry Golding Asked The Advocate: Is It OK to Play Gay? 

 

In Monsoon, Henry Golding (Crazy Rich Asians) portrays Kit, a character that strongly resonates with his own experiences. Like Kit, Golding was born in an Asian nation and raised in the United Kingdom. He returned to his motherland as an adult feeling, oddly, like a stranger in "the place that you're meant to feel the closest to," Golding told The Advocate.

"It was putting myself back in those shoes of discovery," Golding recounted of his acting experience. He spent about three months in Vietnam for production wandering the streets of Saigon and Hanoi and, like Kit, learning the complicated history of the Vietnam-American war's legacy on a nation and its people.

However, there are several differences between Golding and Kit. The former was born in Malaysia, the latter in Vietnam, which the character's family fled as refugees after the war. Additionally, the former is straight, and the latter is gay. Kit's sexuality is not the centerpiece of the film by Hong Khaou (Lilting). But there are several sex scenes and, more importantly, a relationship that grows with Lewis (Parker Sawyers, Southside With You), an African-American man whose father fought in the war. He becomes an anchor for Kit in a place where he initially feels unmoored.

Monsoon's Henry Golding Asked The Advocate: Is It OK to Play Gay?

Tags: Actor, Celebrity, Competition, Cultural, Daddy Squish, Employment, Entertainment, Equality, Film, Gay, Interview, LGBTQ, Representation, Respect

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12-Nov-2020


THE LGBTQ MOVEMENT FALTERED 

 

LGBTQ acceptance is eroding even among young people. What are we going to do about it?

By Adam Zivo

There is some very bad news that not nearly enough people are talking about. Acceptance of the LGBTQ community is significantly declining in the United States and has been for several years now. Almost two years ago, a national annual survey by GLAAD found that, since 2016, Americans have become much more uncomfortable with LGBTQ folks. Though the report has since become slightly dated, little research has been done on the issue since. Other statistics, such as consistent increases in anti-LGBTQ hate crimes, suggest that the problem has not abated and may even be getting worse.

Despite the seriousness of this issue, there appears to be little awareness within the LGBTQ community that its public support is eroding. This ignorance within the wider community is mirrored by a lack of serious analysis by queer leaders and researchers. That needs to change.

And let’s not fool ourselves that this is a US-only problem. While it’s unclear how much this backlash is mirrored in Canada and Western Europe (which share similar historical trajectories on LGBTQ rights), both of these regions have also seen notable increases in anti-LGBTQ hate crimes – so there is good reason to be pessimistic. However, only real research focused on social attitudes will give us clarity. For whatever reason, this research isn’t being done in earnest.

THE LGBTQ MOVEMENT FALTERED

Tags: Activism, Awareness, Community, Concern, Environment, Equality, Etiquette, Evolving, Exclusivity, Fail, Fighting Back, Gay, Health, Homophobia, Investment, Leaders, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Neglect, No more Heroes, Perception, Preservation, Reaction, Rebellion, Representation, Respect, Sex, Treatment, Violence

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12-Nov-2020


Collin Martin responds to his team walking off following homophobic slur 

 

Earlier this year, the San Diego Loyal team walked off the field in support of their openly gay teammate Collin Martin after he was subjected to a homophobic slur from an opposing player.

At the moment the team walked off the field, Collin said he felt “distraught” adding: “I was just embarrassed that my sexuality had anything to do with the outcome of a game or us forfeiting it, so to me it was really a bit too much to handle. And I was just pissed that we had to deal with this!”

Collin Martin responds to his team walking off following homophobic slur

Tags: Celebrity, Employment, Environment, Homophobia, Hostility, LGBTQ, Respect, Standing Up, Support

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11-Nov-2020


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

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31-Oct-2020


Michael Keaton Reveals the Best Batman Ever 

 

Michael talks about spending time in Montana during the pandemic, getting people out to vote, his new film The Trial of the Chicago 7, working with Aaron Sorkin and Larry David, rumors about playing Batman in The Flash movie, and he reveals who he thinks is the best Batman ever!

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Tags: Celebrity, Comics, Cute, Daddy Squish, Entertainment, Film, Film Trivia, Funny, History, Interview, Movie Trivia, Politics, Respect, Video

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21-Oct-2020


‘BATTLESTAR GALACTICA’ CAST ON HOW THEY’RE STILL A BIG FRAKKIN’ FAMILY, EVEN AFTER ALL THESE YEARS 

 

Back in April as part of SYFY’s special Battlestar Galactica on-air marathon, Tricia Helfer (Number Six) held a virtual panel with Katee Sackhoff (Starbuck), Jamie Bamber (Apollo), James Callis (Gaius Baltar), Grace Park (Boomer), Aaron Douglas (Chief Tyrol), Tahmoh Penikett (Helo), and Alessandro Juliani (Gaeta) to reminisce about their time on the show.

While some one-on-one interviews aired during the marathon, the footage from this virtual reunion hasn’t been shared until now. Read on to learn what the cast talked about — including who got everyone in trouble at real-life bootcamp.

‘BATTLESTAR GALACTICA’ CAST ON HOW THEY’RE STILL A BIG FRAKKIN’ FAMILY, EVEN AFTER ALL THESE YEARS

Tags: Genius of Art, History, Relationships, Representation, Respect, Sweet, Tribute, TV, TV Trivia

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13-Oct-2020


Dame Diana Rigg: Avengers, Bond and Game of Thrones actress dies at 82 

 

Actress Dame Diana Rigg, famous for roles including Emma Peel in TV series The Avengers and Olenna Tyrell in Game of Thrones, has died at the age of 82.

Her daughter, actress Rachael Stirling, said she died of cancer, after being diagnosed in March.

"She spent her last months joyfully reflecting on her extraordinary life, full of love, laughter and a deep pride in her profession," she added.

Dame Diana also played the only woman who became Mrs James Bond. She played Tracy, who married George Lazenby's 007 in the 1969 film On Her Majesty's Secret Service.

Lazenby said he was "so sad" to hear of her death, while Bond producers Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli also paid tribute.

Dame Diana Rigg: Avengers, Bond and Game of Thrones actress dies at 82

Tags: Celebrity, History, Passing, Respect, RIP, Tribute

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10-Sep-2020




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