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There are 9 genders and 10 sexual orientations 

 

A feature of the new textbook "provides profiles of students, including their names, sexual orientation and gender identity, and asks kids to create their own. For example, 'Kai' is 14 years old. She is gender-fluid and pansexual, according to her profile.

There are 9 genders and 10 sexual orientations

UN expert “deeply alarmed” at state of LGBTQ equality in the U.S.

Teacher Imprisoned for Refusing to Use ‘Gender-Neutral’ Pronouns

Tags: Backlash, Children, Education, Enforcement, Equality, Fail, Free Speech, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Parental Worry, Prison, Training, World

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06-Sep-2022


Lonely, Single Men’ Is on the Rise 

 

We often hear from men about this “once great” country—a country where women were handed off from father to husband not unlike a football, where we couldn’t open a bank account or see a doctor without the express permission of our husband. Well, it’s increasingly clear why the “good old days” hold such a romantic appeal to men today

Lonely, Single Men’ Is on the Rise

Men are more 'lonely and single' because women have higher dating standards

Tags: Dating, Demands, Free Speech, Loneliness, Opinion, Priorities, Relationships, Sex, Success, Takeover, Women In Charge

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16-Aug-2022


People reveal why they've turned their backs on their own PARENTS  

 

Relationships with parents can be tricky, as can be proven by these confessions from people who admit they haven't been able to forgive their mother and father for events from their childhood.

People reveal

Christians asks court to allow conversion therapy on kids

6 middle schoolers holding up letters to spell a slur

Texas resumes investigations into parents of trans children

Sixth child in US dies of unexplained hepatitis

Portuguese angered at influx of Californians who import their problems

Too many children are at risk because of their parents’ mental illness

School violence is so bad...

Graduations marred by shootings sign of continuing gun violence in America

Chris Jericho rips Florida school

Tags: Children, Choices, Contamination, Crazy People, Crime, Death, Disease, Education, Environment, Family, Free Speech, Fucking The Environment!, Gentrification, Hate, Infestation, Inhumanity, Interference, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Murder, Nature, Parental Burden, Parental Laziness, Privilege, Psychology, Relationships, Replacement, Respect, Superficiality, Surgery, Survival, Threat, Training, Treatment, Video, Violence, World

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23-May-2022


64 percent view 'cancel culture' as threat to freedom: poll 

 

A majority of Americans say they view "cancel culture" as a threat to their freedom, according to a new Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll survey released exclusively to The Hill on Monday.

Sixty-four percent of respondents said that there is "a growing cancel culture" that is a threat to their freedom, while 36 percent said they did not view it as a threat to their freedom.

Additionally, the poll found that 36 percent of Americans said cancel culture is a "big problem," while 32 percent called it a "moderate problem." Another 20 percent said it was a "small problem" and 13 percent said it is "not a problem."

64 percent view 'cancel culture' as threat to freedom: poll

Tags: Activism, Backlash, Cancellation, Free Speech, Freedom, Politics, Priorities, Social Media, Statistics, Waste

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29-Mar-2021


Porn literacy and the new frontier of sex ed 

 

With the easiest of access to adult films these days — thanks to the advent of the internet — experts say that the overwhelming majority of both boys and girls have seen some form of porn by the age of 18. This reality has been met with varied responses, socially and even legislatively. More than a dozen states have declared porn a “public health crisis,” which might be a little alarmist. However, without the right context, the adult industry — steeped in misogyny, wielding negative stereotypes — can certainly instill some unsavory values into a young person. To combat that, some schools are incorporating porn literacy classes into their sex-ed curricula.

Such an initiative can be an empowering tool that awards learners a more enlightened perspective on sex, drilling in concepts such as the need for consent alongside pleasure. But, depending on their approach, porn literacy courses could perhaps ruin the porn-watching experience, or convince kids that they should never click and fap, which also isn’t healthy.

Mic

Tags: All Rights, Awareness, Education, Environment, Free Speech, Parental Burden, Politics, Porn, Representation, Responsibility, Safety, Sex, Treatment, Youth

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10-Feb-2020


INDIA IS CRACKING DOWN ON ECOMMERCE AND FREE SPEECH 

 

WHEN IT COMES to cracking down on tech giants, India is on a roll. The country was the first to reject Facebook’s contentious plan to offer free internet access to parts of the developing world in 2016. Since December, Indian policymakers have taken a page from China’s playbook, enacting sweeping restrictions in an attempt to curtail the power of ecommerce behemoths like Amazon, and pushing proposals that would require internet companies to censor “unlawful” content, break user encryption, and forbid Indian data from being stored on foreign soil. In the past week alone, Indian officials have demanded that Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey come before Parliament to answer accusations of bias, called for a ban on TikTok, and opened an investigation into claims that Google abused its Android mobile operating system to unfairly promote its own services.

For all its good intentions, India’s tech backlash could backfire, with potentially dire consequences for all tech companies—big and small—operating in India, not to mention free speech online. “There is an element of nationalism which is creeping into tech policy in India,” said Apar Gupta, executive director of the Internet Freedom Foundation, a digital-rights group. Gupta says this has resulted in a number of India-First-style tech policies being rushed through the government using the much quicker executive notification process rather than seeking parliamentary approval, which could have resulted in laws that would be more comprehensive and enforceable.

Wired

Tags: All Rights, Backlash, Business, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Finance, Free Speech, Laws, Politics, Protections, Relationships, Religion, Tech, World

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14-Feb-2019


Yelp can't be forced to delete your terrible, mean comments, court rules 

 

While Yelp will forever be a battleground of hot takes and battles between business owners and customers, the site won a legal skirmish that, for now, protects it from liability over negative reviews.

Mashable

Tags: Action, All Rights, Bullying, Business, Environment, Free Speech, Inclusion, Program, Respect, Restaurant, Treatment

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05-Jul-2018


Support For Marijuana Legalization Reaches All-Time High: Gallup Poll 

 

A new Gallup poll finds the highest level of public support for marijuana legalization since the organization first posed the question almost five decades ago.

In the survey released Wednesday, 64 percent of Americans favor making marijuana legal ? up four percentage points from last year and 52 points from 1969, when Gallup began taking the public pulse on the issue.

Huffington Post

Tags: All Rights, Choices, Disease, Drugs, Free Speech, Health, Mental Health, Nature, Population, Product, Science, Support, Treatment

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26-Oct-2017


Why States Should Ban Guns From Political Rallies 

 

Some of the neo-Nazis and white supremacists, and as well as number of protesters within the Antifas group, openly carried assault rifles during the events in Charlottesville. The governor has said the police were outgunned at the event. Given the hate-filled speech and the ensuing physical violence, it is remarkable that no shots were fired. We were a trigger-pull away from a bloody shootout with semi-automatic weapons.

Some have suggested that the First Amendment right to congregate and to speak one's mind — no matter how repugnant the content of the speech — conflicted with the Second Amendment right to bear arms at a political rally. The problem with this is that, while the courts have unambiguously affirmed the former, there is no Constitutional right to bear arms at a political rally.

Time

Tags: All Rights, Choices, Confusion, Environment, Free Speech, Guns, Hate, Health, Laws, Lifestyle, Military, New World Order, Politics, Reckless, Tragedy

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22-Aug-2017


41% of U.S. adults have been harassed online 

 

Cyberbullying continues to be a major problem. In fact, four in ten U.S. adults say they've been harassed online.

According to a new study from the Pew Research Center, online abuse is as rampant as ever, despite efforts by major tech companies like Facebook and Twitter to cut back on trolling and bullying.

The study, which was conducted among 4,248 U.S. adults, revealed name calling and embarrassment as the most common forms of online harassment.

Among those who've been harassed, about 18% of U.S. adults said they have been the target of severe behaviors such as physical threats, stalking and sexual harassment. About 66% said they witnessed harassing behavior online -- not surprising since much of the bad conduct occurs on public social media platforms.

CNN

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, App, Argument, Choices, Community, Environment, Free Speech, Mental Health, Politics, Program, Respect, Science, Social Media, Tech, Treatment, Unruly Child

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11-Jul-2017