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Gym Tells Guests to Stop Having Sex 

 

“So just have sex in the women’s locker room,” another commenter helpfully observed.

Gym Tells Guests to Stop Having Sex

Gay man loses seven-year battle against Belfast bakery

Palm Springs Is Going To Have A Homophobic Congressman?

BEAU BUTLER TALKS POTENTIAL THREESOME WITH ANDY COHEN

EXCESSIVE AMOUNTS OF CUM ARE CLOGGING COLLEGE SHOWER DRAINS

Tags: Celebration, Court, Damage, Environment, Etiquette, Food, Gay, Gym, Health, Judgment, LGBTQ, Masturbation, Opinion, Politics, Priorities, Privacy, Privilege, Safety, Sex, Sex Identity, Sexual Harassment, Sports, Video, World

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06-Jan-2022


Mexico refuses to allow 1,000 American Cruisers to disembark 

 

The Jalisco state health department considered allowing each of the 1,035 passengers off the MS Koningsdam, which has at least 873 crew, as long as they turned in proof of negative COVID-19 tests, Mexican news outlet Milenio reported.

But, officials soon did a u-turn over fears that the outbreak could have spread further than the 21 infected crew members.

'This option was discarded because the health protocols indicate that no one could disembark when positive cases were registered on the boat, so the decision was finally made not to disembark,' the health department said in a statement.

Mexico refuses to allow 1,000 American

'You must be from LA'

Raiders cheerleader is

Teen plunges to death off cruise ship

Intoxicated woman wanders onto Sky Harbor's tarmac

Carnival cruise ship docked in Mexico 'isn't allowing non-infected passengers to disembark'

Schoolteacher isolates in plane's TOILET for five hours

Tags: Ban, Cruise, Culture, Disease, Hostility, Laws, Lifestyle, Privacy, Punishment, Safety, Suicide, Travel, Video, Violence, World

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30-Dec-2021


The last thing kids need is cameras in their classrooms 

 

Teachers naturally bristle at the idea, which may be the point. But there’s a bigger problem with this particular brand of helicopter parenting: A camera that picks up everything teachers say to their students would also capture what students are saying to their teachers — and to each other.

Full-time monitoring of teachers in the classroom means full-time monitoring of kids — and their not-yet-fully-formed frontal lobes — in all of their unsophisticated glory.

Anyone who’s ever spent a lengthy amount of time with a tween or teen (or been one) knows that they talk first, think later and barely give any consideration to the next hour, let alone the next decade. They often say and do stupid things, and the tendency seems to compound when they’re in groups.

The last thing kids need is cameras in their classrooms

Charges dropped against ‘joking’ Queens substitute teacher who told middle school art students he’d shoot them

Two Boston cops are injured and hospitalized after being bitten and kicked in the head by group of children brawling in a school bus

Missouri school district hires its own students to ease labor shortage crunch

Oxford Community Schools plans to close all buildings on Tuesday

Tags: Children, Choices, Closed, Education, Employment, Environment, Parental Burden, Privacy, Safety, Shortage, Students, Support, Teacher, Threat, Travel, World, Youth

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13-Dec-2021


Men With These 2 Pets Are Most Likely to Cheat 

 

Infidelity can indelibly alter your relationship, turning what was once a happy coupling into one full of anger and resentment. While certain things can tip you off to a cheating partner—one too many late nights "at the office" or a phone they guard for dear life, to name a few—there's one factor you likely haven't considered factoring into your partner's faithfulness: their pets.

Men With These 2 Pets Are Most Likely to Cheat

Chicago-based record label CEO is fired after he and his wife are accused of setting up hidden cameras

Woman caught breastfeeding her hairless cat

Camels kicked out of beauty pageant for using Botox

Tags: Animals, Beauty, Cheating, Drugs, Marriage, Men, Pets, Preference, Privacy, Service, Sex, Study, Travel

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08-Dec-2021


...it's now illegal for your boss to call outside work hours 

 

"The employer must respect the privacy of the worker," including periods of rest and family time, the new law stipulates. Any violation, it continues, constitutes a "serious" offense and could result in a fine.

...it's now illegal

Activision Blizzard employees walk out

Tags: Business, Employment, Policy, Privacy, Protest, Termination

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17-Nov-2021


Parents Are Not Okay 

 

School is only just starting and already kids are being quarantined in mind-boggling numbers: 20,000 across the state of Mississippi, 10,000 in a single district in Tampa, Florida. They’re getting sick too, with hospitalizations of kids under 17 across the country up at least 22 percent in the past month, by the CDC’s count, and each new week sets pediatric hospitalization records for the entire pandemic. The rapid increase of COVID-19 cases among kids has shattered last year’s oft-repeated falsehood that kids don’t get COVID-19, and if they do, it’s not that bad. It was a convenient lie that was easy to believe in part because we kept most of our kids home. With remote learning not an option now, this year we’ll find out how dangerous this virus is for children in the worst way possible.

It’s enough to bring a parent to tears, except that every parent I know ran out a long time ago—I know I did. Ran out of tears, ran out of energy, ran out of patience. Through these grinding 18 months, we’ve managed our kids’ lives as best we could while abandoning our own. It was unsustainable then, it’s unsustainable now, and no matter what fresh hell this school year brings, it’ll still be unsustainable.

Parents Are Not Okay

Gen Z is made of zombies

I've Never Wanted Kids—People Told Me My Life Is Pointless'

No charges will be filed against South Carolina father whose 20-month-old twin boys died

Here’s what makes ‘authoritative parents’ different from the rest

Mom enrages parents with her ‘ridiculous’ babysitting request

Day care owner gets 6 years for hiding 26 kids in basement

A mother said her 14-year-old daughter was kidnapped and the mom was arrested

Daughter of Chris Daughtry arrested in road rage alongside the boyfriend who killed her

...school board president kept creepy dossier on parents

Tags: Abuse, Accident, Activism, Advice, Anxiety, Business, Celebrity, Children, Choices, Death, Education, Employment, Etiquette, Interference, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Parental Worry, Performance, Portrait, Privacy, Release, Sacrifice, Safety, Success, Tired, Treatment, Violence

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15-Nov-2021


Bosses turn to ‘tattleware’ to keep tabs on employees working from home 

 

David, 23, admits that he felt a twinge of relief when the first wave of Covid-19 shut down his Arlington, Virginia, office. A recent college graduate, he was new to the job and struggled to click with his teammates. Maybe, he thought, this would be a nice break from “the face-to-face stuff”: the office politics and small talk. (His name has been changed for this story.)

“I couldn’t have been more wrong,” David says.

That’s because, within their first week of remote work, David and his team were introduced to a digital surveillance platform called Sneek.

Every minute or so, the program would capture a live photo of David and his workmates via their company laptop webcams. The ever-changing headshots were splayed across the wall of a digital conference waiting room that everyone on the team could see. Clicking on a colleague’s face would unilaterally pull them into a video call. If you were lucky enough to catch someone goofing off or picking their nose, you could forward the offending image to a team chat via Sneek’s integration with the messaging platform Slack.

Bosses turn to ‘tattleware’

Tags: Discipline, Employment, Privacy, Tech, Treatment

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05-Sep-2021


Should I Abort My Pregnancy and Tell My Husband I Miscarried? 

 

I am happily married, financially stable, and a mom of a beautiful, feral toddler. On a drunken night I convinced myself that I did, in fact, want a sibling for my toddler—quite the 180 from my staunch stance of being “one and done!” I’m now 10 weeks pregnant with my second child and plagued with nausea, vomiting, and most of all regret. Should I terminate this pregnancy and tell all (including my husband) that I miscarried? He, his parents, and my parents are all excited about baby No. 2. I, however, am completely disappointed in myself for having a lapse in judgment and thinking I would be OK with getting pregnant again.

Should I Abort My Pregnancy and Tell My Husband I Miscarried?

Tags: Abortion, Advice, Children, Choices, Enforcement, Family, Parental Burden, Pregnancy, Priorities, Privacy, Responsibility, Safety, Woman's Rights

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13-Mar-2021


Teachers at N.J. high school made homophobic comments during Zoom class, mayor says 

 

In a group chat dated Wednesday, Dumont High School teachers appear to bash the sexual orientation and lifestyle of one of their co-workers.

“Why is that kid with the gay gym teacher?” asks one, according to a screenshot of the chat posted online.

Teachers at N.J. high school made homophobic comments during Zoom class, mayor says

Tags: Anxiety, Backlash, Choices, Employment, Enforcement, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Politics, Privacy, Segregation, Termination, Woman's Rights

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29-Nov-2020


What Happens When You Stop Masturbating For A Month 

 

I masturbate almost every day. If I’m bored or feel the urge, I will do it a couple of times a day. I figure if masturbation is so healthy, then I’ll be damned if I’m going to deny myself a dose of healthiness. And yet, while I do masturbate regularly, there have been times in my life when I haven’t. Extended periods of time, to be exact.

Week Two:
Although I never think I'm going to get agitated from sexual frustration, it does happen. During week two, the slightest thing gets on my nerves. I’m also antsy — like I have an itch I need to scratch, but just can’t. In fact, it’s not just that I can’t scratch it, but it also feels like I’m not even sure where that itch is.

While I know what’s causing the agitated itchiness and can recognize how to remedy the “issue,” I still don’t masturbate (because I'm at my parents' house). Then I get angry at myself for not giving into the urge and slipping away somewhere private. Instead, I spend time wondering why I have this hangup, and getting even more annoyed at myself.

Also, I write about sex! I tell myself I should be able to masturbate whenever I need to, and be totally cool with it! Yea, there's a lot of mental chastising going on at this point.

What Happens When You Stop Masturbating For A Month

Tags: Anxiety, Awareness, Bio, Masturbation, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Privacy, Privilege, Survival

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17-Sep-2020


Users around the world report video likes have reset to zero and some fear this is the end of the app 

 

Tens of thousands of users across the globe are experiencing issues with the popular video sharing app.

Videos with thousands of likes are now shown with just zero, sparking a frenzy on Twitter where users have flocked to share their frustrations.

However, some have raised concerns that TikTok may have completely shut down, as there has been rumors in the past that it would one-day come to an end.

Shortly after reports surfaced, TikTok addressed the outage on Twitter: 'Hi TikTok community! We're aware that some users are experiencing app issues – working to quickly fix things, and we'll share updates here!'

TikTok is DOWN!

Tags: App, Business, Politics, Privacy, Social Media, World

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09-Jul-2020


Her Landlord Asked To Spend The Night With Her After She Lost Her Job And Couldn’t Afford Rent 

 

When Gail Savage’s landlord messaged asking her if she would “stay all night” with him, she assumed he’d texted the wrong number.

“I was like, He probably meant to send that to his girlfriend,” Savage, 29, told BuzzFeed News.

A single mom to 2-year-old son Salem, Savage lost her job working as a bartender at a popular Indianapolis cocktail bar and her gigs working as a burlesque performer when the state shutdown occurred on March 16. She’d let her landlord know and they’d been texting about how she was waiting for the federal stimulus check to arrive to pay her April rent, when he suddenly inquired if she could get a ride and “stay all night” with him.

“I don’t know if you meant to send that to me,” she replied.

“I did,” he wrote back, in text messages seen by BuzzFeed News.

Buzzfeed News

Tags: $, Environment, Hostility, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Poverty, Privacy, Privilege, Rent, Sacrifice, Safety, Self Interest, Threat, Woman's Rights

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14-May-2020


This toilet recognizes your butthole and uploads photos to the cloud 

 

Stanford scientists want you to boldly go where no one has gone before. Specifically, that would be into a camera-laden toilet that scans and recognizes your analprint.

According to a paper published today in the journal Nature, researchers at the storied university have devised a system for tracking defecation and urination by specific individuals over time, sending that data to the cloud, and analyzing it for the purposes of public health. It's the latest addition to a long line of smart toilets, although this may be the first one to take a picture of your asshole.

The so-called Precision Health Toilet is equipped with four cameras: the stool camera, anus camera, and two uroflow cameras. Combined, they allow the toilet to analyze users' urine and "[classify] stool according to the Bristol stool form scale using deep learning[.]"

Notably, the toilet uses a form of two-factor authentication to ensure it associates the right poop with the right person. By employing both a fingerprint scanner embedded in the flush lever, and the aforementioned "analprint scan," the researchers hoped to prevent mixups involving shared toilets.

Mashable

Tags: Instructional, Privacy, Product, Science, Social Media, Toilet

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12-Apr-2020


Just because you’re working from home doesn’t mean your boss isn’t watching you 

 

Employee monitoring software comes in many forms. It could be something as simple as Slack giving your boss access to your private messages or as complex as dedicated programs that monitor how many minutes you spend using Slack (also Facebook, YouTube, and, of course, your actual job). Some programs allow the employee to self-report time spent on various tasks, and others can record it for them. Some take screenshots of an employee’s monitor at random intervals, while others record every single key they press. Some employee monitoring features are so subtle you might not know they’re there.

The videoconferencing software Zoom, for example, used to allow hosts on its paid service to turn on something called “attention tracking.” This feature let them see if meeting attendees navigated away from the app for longer than 30 seconds during a meeting, which served as a good indication that they were looking at something else. It couldn’t see what they were looking at instead, and it could only be activated when the host was in screen-sharing mode. Zoom told Recode the feature was really meant for training purposes, when it’s important to know that people are actively watching a presentation.

Because attention tracking could be turned on without attendees’ knowledge — and because many people didn’t know the option existed until a string of reports recently raised alarm — many Zoom users felt like they were being spied on.

Vox

Tags: Business, Choices, Employment, Etiquette, Interest, Investment, Privacy, Quarantine, Responsibility, Tech, Training, Treatment

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02-Apr-2020


Californians are calling 911 on their coughing neighbors over coronavirus fears 

 

Multiple police departments in Southern California say they have been receiving more 911 calls from residents concerned that their coughing neighbor may have the coronavirus.

The phone calls have increased concurrently with the number of coronavirus cases in Riverside and San Bernardino County, the Desert Sun reported.

Sgt. Mike Casavan of the Palm Springs Police Department told the outlet on Monday that dispatchers have received at least five of these types of calls in the past week. Police Cmdr. Paul Herrera of neighboring Cathedral City said dispatchers have received similar calls.

NY Post

Tags: Choices, Coronavirus, Environment, Fear, Health, Police, Privacy, Privilege, Respect, Safety, Weird

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19-Mar-2020




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