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Women slam Tampax over tweet celebrating the 'diversity of all people who bleed' amid calls for boycott 

 

Tampax has faced a backlash online after saying that 'not all people with periods are women'.

The tampon company tweeted in support of transgender people and insisted that 'not all women have periods'.

The company said: 'Fact: Not all women have periods. Also a fact: Not all people with periods are women. Let's celebrate the diversity of all people who bleed.

Women slam Tampax over tweet celebrating the 'diversity of all people who bleed' amid calls for boycott

Tags: Advertising, Backlash, Business, LGBTQ, No One Cares, Overreaction, Politics, Product, Self-hatred, Trans

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25-Oct-2020


For fifth year in a row, hate crimes rise in Orange County — and by 24% 

 

From slurs to physical confrontations, hate crimes in Orange County rose in 2019 for the fifth year in a row, and by a huge leap, 24%.

A majority of the crimes involved the perpetrator attacking the victim for his or her race, national origin or ethnicity.

Although Black people constitute less than 2% of Orange County’s nearly 3.2 million residents, they were the most targeted racial group, according to the report.

Among the hate crimes motivated by religious prejudice, members of the Jewish community were the primary targets, representing about two-thirds of 44 hate incidents, followed by Catholics, other Christians and Muslims, according to the report. Among crimes related to victims’ sexual orientation and gender identity, a majority of the cases were antigay, followed by antifemale and antitransgender.

For fifth year in a row, hate crimes rise in Orange County — and by 24%

Tags: Crime, Cultural, Hate, Homophobia, Hostility, Humiliation, Judgment, LGBTQ, Politics, Racism, Rampage, Reaction, Self Interest, Statistics, Violence

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23-Oct-2020


Brazen cop who filmed vile transphobic rap calling for Hillary Clinton’s execution while in uniform escapes firing 

 

Robert Sisco was placed on administrative leave after he posted a video of himself rapping in his car while in uniform and with his name tag on show: “There’s only two genders and Trump’s still your president / Boys have a penis and girls have a vagina.”

After the video of the New Patz cop went viral in June, town board officials sought to have him fired. However it was announced Wednesday (October 21) that a settlement had been struck with the Police Benevolent Association of New York State, a law enforcement labour union, and Sisco.

Brazen cop who filmed vile transphobic rap calling for Hillary Clinton’s execution while in uniform escapes firing

Tags: Backlash, Cultural, Hate, Hostility, Inciting Violence, LGBTQ, Men Not In Charge, Mental Health, Police, Rampage, Rap, Trans

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23-Oct-2020


How Chris Pratt became the internet’s least favorite Chris 
 

And over what I would conservatively estimate as the 59.8 trillion times the Chrises have been ranked, a loose consensus has formed on the parts of social media where media and entertainment people hang out: The top three shift around in the rankings based mostly on which one has released a movie most recently, but consistently, Chris Pratt is the worst one. Also, you can sometimes get away with acting like a visionary if you suggest a different Chris should join the roster. (Most people go for Chris Messina or Christine Baranski, but I stand by my pick of Kristen Stewart.)

So when producer Amy Berg posted a picture of the Four Hollywood Chrises to Twitter on October 17, with the instructions, “One has to go,” the internet went on doing what the internet does. It picked Pratt to go, overwhelmingly, with more than 100,000 replies.

How Chris Pratt became the internet’s least favorite Chris

Tags: Backlash, Cancellation, Celebrity, Entertainment, Hollywood, Homophobia, Hypocrisy, LGBTQ, Men Not In Charge, Politics, Preference, Religion, Representation

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23-Oct-2020


Jennifer Lawrence Confronted Anderson Cooper For Saying She Faked Oscars Fall 

 

On the list of everyone who’s wronged Jennifer Lawrence (her “Red Sparrow” accent coach, that guy who touched her dog, whoever told her “Passengers” was a good idea, etc.) is a name we’re all familiar with: Anderson Cooper.

See, Lawrence once harbored a long-held grudge against the CNN anchor for claiming she purposefully fell at the Academy Awards back in 2012 when she took home her first Oscar for “Silver Linings Playbook.”

In case you forgot about the trip seen ’round the world, while walking up to the stage during the ceremony to accept the honor, Lawrence nearly fell flat on her face after getting caught in her Dior Haute Couture ball gown.

Jennifer Lawrence Confronted Anderson Cooper For Saying She Faked Oscars Fall

Tags: Celebrity, Gay, Gossip, Journalism, LGBTQ, Portrait, TV Gay Swatch

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23-Oct-2020


Ellen DeGeneres Debuts New Look on Talk Show 

 

Ellen DeGeneres has a new ‘do!

The talk show host, 62, switched up her signature pixie haircut for a slicked back style, which she debuted on The Ellen DeGeneres Show this week.

Her fans and followers reacted to DeGeneres' drastic new look on Instagram, with a few people pointing out that the sleek style is similar to the one her wife, Portia de Rossi, rocked several years ago.

Ellen DeGeneres Debuts New Look on Talk Show

Tags: Celebrity, Change, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Look, TV, TV Gay Swatch, Women In Charge

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21-Oct-2020


Man drove 500 miles to kill his lesbian daughter after she came out 

 

A father threatened to kill his 19-year-old daughter when she came out to him on the phone and then drove 500 miles without stopping to confront her.

The woman, who goes to college in Narbonne in the south of France, said that she started dating another woman and was slowly coming out to her friends as a lesbian. Last week, she called her father who lives in the northeastern city of Strasbourg and came out to him.

The man, 52, would later tell investigators that he was trembling with anger when his daughter came out to him. The daughter said that he threatened to kill her during their phone conversation.

On Friday morning, he got in his car and drove all the way to her college without stopping.

Man drove 500 miles to kill his lesbian daughter after she came out

Tags: Coming Out, Fear, Hate, Hostility, Inciting Violence, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Safety, Threat, Youth

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20-Oct-2020


90 Day Fiancé: How Armando's Ex Wife Died In A Car Crash 

 

Now, the 90 Day Fiancé celeb is letting his fans know more about his late wife's car accident. He took to his Instagram (via Cheat Sheet) and explained what happened on the day of his late wife's death. He wrote, "This message is to clear up my daughter's mother's passing. I am addressing this to clear up any confusion as I did not want to go into specifics on the show but now I find it necessary." He continued, "My then-wife and I had been separated for a few months before her passing for a number of reasons, one of which was anger issues she was working on." He further told his 135K IG followers that they were trying to be friends while they were separated. He said, "During our separation we were working on rebuilding our friendship again…During the divorce proceedings and on the evening of her passing a disagreement took place over finances and I thought it would be best to leave the situation and return back to my home." However, while he was driving back, he got hit by another car from behind.

90 Day Fiancé: How Armando's Ex Wife Died In A Car Crash

Tags: Accident, Celebrity, Choices, Death, Environment, Family, Gay, Hate, LGBTQ, Marriage, Mental Health, Parental Burden, TV, TV Gay Swatch, Violence, Weird, Women In Charge, World

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19-Oct-2020


Matracia Tries to Break Free of His Demons in ‘In My Head’ — WATCH 

 

Matracia, the project of Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Dylan Matracia, has released its latest single and video “In My Head”. Matracia last appeared here in February 2019 when we featured his track “Summer Cruel” and its accompanying video, shot in Provincetown.

The new video, which was initiated pre-pandemic, was directed by John Paul Ward.

“I’ve been sober now for over two years, but this song was written during the first month of that process,” writes Matracia, who calls it a song about “being single, queer, and pursuing sex while sober. The ropes for me represent alcohol and sex as having entangled me in a negative, behavioral-feedback loop.”

Matracia Tries to Break Free of His Demons in ‘In My Head’ — WATCH

Tags: Gay, LGBTQ, Music, Talent, Video Gay Swatch

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16-Oct-2020


Texas Social Workers Can Now Refuse Services to LGBTQ+ Clients 

 

Social workers in Texas can now refuse service to LGBTQ+ clients and clients with disabilities.

In an unanimous Monday vote, the Texas State Board of Social Work Examiners changed its code of conduct to allow discrimination based on gender identity, sexual orientation, and disability.

The vote struck down protections that had already been in place. The board banned discrimination based on sexual orientation in 2010 and gender identity and expression in 2012.

The move had been recommended by the office of Republican Gov. Greg Abbott, as the code’s former nondiscrimination protections went above and beyond those offered by state law, which oversees the disciplining of social workers. The governor’s staff had urged the changes in an email last Friday, which sparked the vote just three days afterward.

The move sparked a swift condemnation. In a Q&A about the rule change — held only after the vote had taken place, Austin-based social worker Tracy Abzug slammed it, reports The Texas Tribune.

Texas Social Workers Can Now Refuse Services to LGBTQ+ Clients

Tags: Change, Choices, Cultural, Discrimination, Disruption, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, LGBTQ, Policy, Politics, Religion, Ruling, Termination

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16-Oct-2020


You’re Just Not His Tribe: Rejection and the queer community 

 

Getting older and wiser doesn’t mean you’ll face less rejection. In fact I think most of us would agree that you’ll encounter it more.

Take dating, which is primarily a social dance of rejection and attraction amongst the billions of people who’ve inhabited our planet. Technology has had an immeasurable effect on meeting and courting and coupling. At no other time in history has mankind had the ability to browse an infinite pool of potential partners each day, filtered for you by location, hobbies, fetishes, degrees, etc. I could, potentially, use Grindr’s Explore feature to place myself in Tokyo, meet a guy on the app, and be sipping warm saki with him in a week’s time. Were you to tell someone about this ten years ago, they’d side-eye you before looking back at their Blackberry.

On the flip side, dating has never brought about the sheer volume of rejection we currently face. One hundred guys can reject you on Grindr in a day—more, if you’re tenacious. Mythology suggests that the Greek poet Sappho threw herself off of a cliff due to her unrequited love for a ferryman named Phaon. Imagine if she’d been rejected one hundred times in a day? There aren’t enough cliffs in the world.

You’re Just Not His Tribe: Rejection and the queer community

Tags: App, Dating, Environment, Exclusivity, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Rejection, Relationships, Sex, Tech, Treatment

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16-Oct-2020


Mexican pop star Raymix is “more free and happier than ever” since coming out 

 

Name: Raymix (a.k.a. Edmundo Gómez Moreno), 29

Bio: Raymix burst onto the music scene back in 2015 with his international hit “Oye Mujer,” which has garnered over 600 million views on YouTube. Since then, he’s released two studio albums and has accumulated over 2 million monthly listeners on Spotify.

Coming out: In a video posted to his YouTube channel in June, Raymix said coronavirus paired with the Black Lives Matter demonstrations happening around the world caused him to do some serious soul searching and he was ready to share his truth. Going against the advice of his handlers, he announced to fans that he was gay.

“Can you believe that in 2020, there are people in the industry who told me not to do this video?” he said. “They told me that the audience is not ready for an artist who sings cumbia or regional Mexican music [to come out as gay]. With so much pride today, I want to tell you that I’m gay.”

Mexican pop star Raymix is “more free and happier than ever” since coming out

Tags: Bio, Celebrity, Coming Out, Cultural, Gay, Latin, LGBTQ, Youth

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16-Oct-2020


Jerry Harris Allegedly Raped A 15-Year-Old Boy In A Bathroom At A Cheerleading Event 

 

Cheer star Jerry Harris "exploited and violated" at least 10 boys, federal prosecutors alleged in a new court filing Tuesday.

The new allegations were made in a government motion for pretrial detention against Harris, who rose to fame earlier this year in the Netflix docuseries chronicling the cheerleading team at Navarro College in Corsicana, Texas.

The filing described how Harris followed the boy into an unlocked bathroom at an event "attended by dozens of responsible adults" before allegedly sodomizing him.

The documents also alleged Harris exploited the fame and money he earned from Cheer to target more minors by offering them money — sometimes more than $1,000 — to perform sexual acts over FaceTime or Snapchat for his sexual gratification.

Jerry Harris Allegedly Raped A 15-Year-Old Boy In A Bathroom At A Cheerleading Event

Tags: Abuse, Celebrity, Employment, Environment, Exploitation, LGBTQ, Minors, Parental Burden, Pederasty, Prison, Sex, Violence

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14-Oct-2020


This Small Town Is Fighting Over the Usage of Pride Flags 

 

For the past two years, rainbow banners had flown from lampposts on Main Street in the city of Heber, Utah, in celebration of Pride month. But when some residents complained that Pride and LGBTQ+ rights were political and did not represent the values or beliefs of the community, Yahoo News reports the city passed a new ordinance in August raising the costs and generally making it more difficult to continue the practice.

“It has pretty much eliminated the option of private citizens funding banners and requesting them to be hung on Main Street, unless they are able to get sponsorship from the city, the county or the chamber, and that sponsorship means some financial sponsorship,” Kelleen Potter, the mayor of Heber City and mother of two LGBTQ+ teens, explained.

The new ordinance requires any event or message promoted on the banners must be nonpolitical and not for profit. Additionally, banner applicants must first obtain sponsorship from the city of Heber, Wasatch County, or the Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce before their application will be considered by the city. In the past, residents could apply to hang banners from the city’s lampposts for a few hundred dollars as long as they were noncommercial in nature.

“As a Christian, our family believes that marriage is between a man and a woman,” one woman is quoted as saying, while others claimed the flag and, by extension, LGBTQ+ rights, were political. Potter claimed she began receiving inquiries wondering if the previous banner policy allowed banners with other allegedly similarly political messages protesting abortion or pornography or featuring symbols associated with the Ku Klux Klan or Nazis.

This Small Town Is Fighting Over the Usage of Pride Flags

Tags: Cancellation, Environment, Equality, Etiquette, Flag, LGBTQ, Neighbor, Policy, Religion, Representation

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14-Oct-2020


Gay waiter says boss punched him so hard he knocked his tooth out in violent homophobic attack – all because he wore the wrong shoes 

 

In November 2019, Emilio Branchinelli of Emilio’s Pizzeria & Ristorante in Long Island, New York allegedly punched waiter Michael Abenante so hard that a tooth flew out of his mouth.

The shocking homophobic attack was witnessed by several other staff members and was sparked by Abenante wearing black Converse shoes to work, the suit claims.

Branchinelli was enraged by the sight of them and ordered the server to buy new shoes on his break or “find another fucking job,” wrote attorney John Luke Jr. in the complaint.

But when Abenante returned with a new pair, his boss told him they were not the right shoes. “You look like a fucking homo mountain climber, are you fucking stupid?” he allegedly barked at him.

Gay waiter says boss punched him so hard he knocked his tooth out in violent homophobic attack – all because he wore the wrong shoes

Tags: Employment, Environment, Gay, Harassment, Hate, Hostility, LGBTQ, Restaurant, Violence

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13-Oct-2020




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