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Here’s why COVID-19 has a vaccine after 1 year and HIV doesn’t after nearly 40 years 

 

The rapid development of several COVID-19 vaccines has compelled numerous web commenters to accusingly ask why the same hasn’t been done for HIV, a pandemic that has lasted nearly 40 years longer than the coronavirus.

However, a closer look at the different virology of coronavirus and HIV helps explain why the former has a soon-to-be widely available vaccine and the latter doesn’t.

The aforementioned critics often claim that the lack of an HIV vaccine is due to the fact that HIV has most affected men and trans women who have sex with men, Black people, people of color, and intravenous drug users — marginalized people who tend to have less money and political power. Thus, the lack of an HIV vaccine can seem like a conspiratorial way to let these communities die off.

Here’s why COVID-19 has a vaccine after 1 year and HIV doesn’t after nearly 40 years

Tags: Coronavirus, Cultural, Death, Disease, Environment, Exclusivity, Gay, Health, Inclusion, Insensitivity, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Representation, Science, Vaccine

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29-Dec-2020


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


Is Being an Older LGBTQ+ Person as Terrifying as It Sounds? 

 

Someone asked me the other day what my favorite movie was, and I immediately said Arthur, like I always do. Then they said, “Never heard of it? When did it come out?” I didn’t answer 1981, nearly 40 years ago. At that moment I felt old, out of date, and superficially shallow.

Thus, I was not surprised by a new report from The Fenway Institute that found older LGBTQ+ adults in the state of Massachusetts have been diagnosed with depression at twice the rate of their straight, cisgender peers. It could be Massachusetts or any other state, or any other country because depression among older LGBTQ+ people is real, and no doubt much more widespread than we ever realize. I always tell people that if it could happen to me, the proverbial life of the party, it can happen to anyone. Having dealt with severe depression, and then having sought out many older LGBTQ+ people who also experienced similar circumstances, I found it remarkable that we all suffered from some sort of PTSD from our youths.

Again, not surprised that the report also found that LGBTQ+ individuals were twice as likely to fall and be injured in a fall over the past year, and I wouldn’t be shocked to hear if some of that was related to dangerous behavior about feeling alone and useless. Another woman, a lesbian, told me that she had a life-threatening operation, and has not been the same since and feels there’s nothing to live for, except her cat, who is 10. Otherwise, she is alone, without her partner who died, and without a family to take care of her. The family has made her feel shame for who she is, and she worries about being alone for the remainder of her life. Some days, she doesn’t feel like getting out of bed, and subsists on her Social Security checks, desperately afraid that she’ll end up in a nursing home left to die. We didn’t discuss it, but I’m sure she feels equal trepidation about not being able to pay the costs of round-the-clock care.

Is Being an Older LGBTQ+ Person as Terrifying as It Sounds?

Tags: Aging, Environment, Exclusivity, Exploitation, Insensitivity, LGBTQ, Loneliness, Mental Health, Neglect, No One Cares, Relationships, Seniors, Sex Identity, Survival, Suspension, Treatment, Youth

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17-Dec-2020


NY expects 170K doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine by mid-December 

 

New York expects to receive its first 170,000 doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine from the federal government by mid-December, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday as he expressed doubt about the distribution of the shot throughout the state.

“We expect, if all safety and efficacy approvals are granted, those first doses will arrive by Dec. 15,” Cuomo said during an Albany press briefing.

Since the vaccine requires two doses, a second 170,000 Pfizer doses will be delivered to the state 21 days after the first, said Cuomo.

The Empire State also expects initial allocations of drug company Moderna’s vaccine this month, Cuomo said.

On Monday, Moderna applied to the US Food and Drug Administration for emergency use authorization for its coronavirus vaccine, while Pfizer and BioNTech filed their application with the FDA earlier last month for authorization for their COVID-19 vaccine.

NY expects 170K doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine by mid-December

Tags: Exclusivity, Health, Insensitivity, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Politics, Treatment, Vaccine

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02-Dec-2020


My Boyfriend Made Me Sleep On The Couch So He Could Share A Bed With His Guy Friend — Is This Normal? 

 

My Boyfriend Made Me Sleep On The Couch So He Could Share A Bed With His Guy Friend — Is This Normal?

It is not normal. Your boyfriend is an unfaithful asshole who thinks you're a pendeja. No LGBTQ explanation or courtesy needed to explain disrespect and disdain. Find the nearest dumpster and dump... or the next time his father, uncle, brother or any other friend is in town tell him you want him to take the couch so you can share a bed and get to know them better and fuck them. 13-Nov-2020

Tags: Argument, Cheating, Denial, Environment, Etiquette, Excuses, Fraud, Gay, Honesty, Insensitivity, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Misrepresentation, Self Interest, Sex, Toxic, Woman's Rights

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13-Nov-2020


A gay couple went to get a marriage license. What they got were insults. 

 

When Jarrod Harms and Kirk Bell went to the Benton County Clerk’s office in Arkansas, they weren’t expecting any trouble. The couple was going to get a marriage license.

What they got, however, was insults from an employee who used derogatory comments to express their opinion on marriage equality.

A gay couple went to get a marriage license. What they got were insults.

Tags: Employment, Environment, Gay, Hostility, Insensitivity, LGBTQ, Revenge, Safety, Threat

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31-Oct-2020


'Unlike the black community, the Latino community is incredibly diverse': Biden puts his foot in it AGAIN as Trump jumps on 'dumb' remark and claims 'Biden just lost the entire African American community' 

 

National Public Radio's Lulu Garcia-Navarro asked Biden if he would stop Cubans from being deported if he became president. It sent Biden into a confusing comment about race in America.

'And by the way, what you all know, but most people don't know, unlike the African American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community, with incredibly different attitudes about different things,' Biden said, receiving a slew of backlash for his wording.

'Unlike the black community

Kanye West Indicates That His Spoiler Campaign Is Indeed Designed to Hurt Biden

Tags: Backlash, Campaign, Celebrity, Etiquette, Future, Insensitivity, Politics, Racial Tension, Voting, Winning

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06-Aug-2020


Passenger who squeezed flight attendant’s butt & called him “gay boy” gets sent to prison 

 

An unruly passenger was just sentenced to six months in prison for the sexual assault of a male flight attendant.

The passenger, Gavin Capps, was flying with EasyJet from Manchester, U.K., to Iceland for work this past January, when he attacked the flight attendant.

Related: 4 firemen arrested for attempted sexual assault of a male teenaged volunteer

Capps had three beers on the flight and went to the front of the plane to get more, but he was sent back and told to wait for the in-flight service. When the duty-free trolley came down the aisle, Capps took 400 cigarettes from it and hid them under his seat.

Flight attendants warned him to stop causing trouble, but then he attacked.

LGBTQ Nation

“Ex-lesbian” is “thanking God” for the COVID pandemic because Pride parades were canceled

South Korea's coronavirus contact tracing singles out LGBTQ community

Petition Calls To ‘Change Symbol For NHS’ From LGBT Pride Flag

A Straight Man Thinks the Pandemic Might Have Turned Him Gay

Tags: Activism, Advice, Business, Contagion, Coronavirus, Crime, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Flag, Gay, Hate, Homophobia, Insensitivity, Interference, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Magic Splatter, Parental Burden, Pride, Prison, Privilege, Punishment, Relationships, Religion, Renewal, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Sex, Study, Travel, Violence, World, Youth

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27-May-2020


Celebrity quarantine posts are inflaming tensions between the haves and have-nots 

 

In recent weeks, Anatasia Army, 33, has kept tabs on celebrity social media exploits from the safety of her Brooklyn apartment. She saw when billionaire David Geffen shared his hope that “everyone is staying safe” in an Instagram post uploaded from his $590 million superyacht. And when comedian Ellen DeGeneres compared quarantine to “being in jail.” Most recently, she watched House Speaker Nancy Pelosi inadvertently reveal in a TV segment that she owns two industrial refrigerators, each reportedly worth $12,000.

“As soon as I saw that number, I was like, ‘Oh, yeah, I could live on that,’” Army, a babysitter, says. While public displays of wealth have often elicited backlash, the coronavirus pandemic has changed the context almost overnight. A luxury kitchen appliance, Army says, “takes on a new tenor” when lines for food banks stretch for half a mile and the nonprofit hunger relief organization Feeding America estimates that an additional 17.1 million Americans may soon be struggling to eat.

The internet has provided many of us with a much-needed tether to other people and places in the midst of the pandemic, but social media is also playing another role: It has become a catalyst for anger as it exposes the growing chasm between the haves and have-nots. For every video call with a loved one, there’s accumulating evidence of unfairness as people in quarantine reveal their starkly different isolation experiences.

Vox

Tags: $, Celebrity, Criticism, Exclusivity, Health, Heartless, Hypocrisy, Inhumanity, Insensitivity, Interference, Invasion, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Overpopulation, Parental Crime, Politics, Poverty, Preference, Preservation, Privilege, Representation, Self Interest, Self-Help, Selfish, Social Media, Spoiled, Stereotype, Supremacy, Tired, Treatment, Unruly Child, WE NEED NEW HEROES

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23-Apr-2020


We Are Living in a Failed State 

 

The virus should have united Americans against a common threat. With different leadership, it might have. Instead, even as it spread from blue to red areas, attitudes broke down along familiar partisan lines. The virus also should have been a great leveler. You don’t have to be in the military or in debt to be a target—you just have to be human. But from the start, its effects have been skewed by the inequality that we’ve tolerated for so long. When tests for the virus were almost impossible to find, the wealthy and connected—the model and reality-TV host Heidi Klum, the entire roster of the Brooklyn Nets, the president’s conservative allies—were somehow able to get tested, despite many showing no symptoms. The smattering of individual results did nothing to protect public health. Meanwhile, ordinary people with fevers and chills had to wait in long and possibly infectious lines, only to be turned away because they weren’t actually suffocating. An internet joke proposed that the only way to find out whether you had the virus was to sneeze in a rich person’s face.

The Atlantic

Tags: Americans, Coronavirus, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Heartless, Insensitivity, Interference, Mental Health, New World Order, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Parental Responsibility, Perception, Politics, Poverty, Preference, Preservation, Safety, Supremacy, Threat, Treatment, Unruly Child, Writing

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21-Apr-2020


The Gay Community’s Obsession With Status and Looks Has Huge Mental Health Costs 

 

The queer community is one of the highest risk groups for depression, anxiety, and substance abuse. For decades, many scientists wrongly assumed that LGBTQ+ people were inherently pathological, and therefore at greater risk for mental disorder. Shortly after research based on actual surveys of LGBTQ+ people first began in the late 1990s, discrimination and stigma were revealed to be the primary detriments to LGBTQ+ mental health. Though we certainly still have a ways to go, the queer community has since gained a measure of social acceptance. Now, some LGBTQ+ mental health researchers are shifting their focus to stress that comes from within the community itself.

Men of color were more likely to perceive what we call gay community stress. Single men were more likely to experience it, as well as men who described themselves as more feminine, men with fewer socioeconomic resources, and men who didn't feel particularly attractive. We also found that younger men compared to older men were more stressed, and that bisexual men were less likely to experience this type of gay community stress.

them.

Tags: Community, Environment, Exclusivity, Hostility, Insensitivity, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Racism, Study, Treatment, Unity

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08-Apr-2020


Campuses shutter for coronavirus, leaving some LGBTQ students with nowhere to go 

 

When she heard that her university campus would be shutting down after spring break due to the coronavirus pandemic, Alexis feared her life could fall apart.

She wasn’t able to afford campus housing this semester and is living instead in a nearby homeless shelter. But she depended on her school’s health and fitness center for daily showers and her school’s library for quiet study time.

“My whole life revolves around the university, and the university is closed,” said Alexis, a 34-year-old trans woman and student at the University of Eastern Michigan. (A university spokesperson told Vox that campus dining halls are still open for “grab and go” meals in accordance with a Monday order from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer; however, other services like the rec center are closed.)

When her school decided to shift to online classes, which meant finding a public space to study and attend classes, she knew that wouldn’t be possible in the shelter. She also knew that other public spaces would likely soon close to promote social distancing. She worried she may have to move back home with her father, who doesn’t support her transition and doesn’t use her name or correct pronouns.

“My relationship with my parents is not good, particularly my dad,” Alexis said. “My parents in general are just not very accepting of me, but [being] trans is kinda like the straw that broke the camel’s back.”

Vox

Tags: All Rights, Education, Environment, Family, Inclusion, Insensitivity, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Neglect, Politics, Portrait, Representation, Safety, Support, Survival, Treatment, Victims, Youth

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18-Mar-2020


Gay Guys With Small Penises Share Their Hookup Horror Stories 

 

“Are you hung/XL”?

If you’re a queer guy, chances are that question has shaped a good chunk of your Grindr experience. Sure, it’s a casually posed enquiry. But the question reinforces the stigma surrounding penis size – particularly in male-male hook-up culture – that drives many men to feel ashamed, embarrassed or undesirable.

When it comes to penis size in male-male hook up culture, individuals can end up afraid of dating, put off sexual activity and in some cases abstain from sex altogether to remove themselves from the risk of being shamed, or feeling shamed. Yet, penis size-shaming continues to be broadly presented as a joke in popular culture, as this recent Guardian article surmised so well.

So in the interest of smashing the stigma and humanising the situation, here are four men with smaller penises who have told VICE the reality of their experience, and how it feels to be discriminated against.

“I asked if everything was OK, and my hookup said: ‘Only men with big cocks can fuck me’”

Vice

Tags: Anatomy, App, Celibacy, Dating, Discrimination, Environment, Exclusivity, Gay, Hate, Hostility, Insensitivity, LGBTQ, Men Not In Charge, Mental Health, Rejection, Relationships, Sex, Size, World

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06-Mar-2020


The gay men risking their health for the perfect body 

 

Jeff Ingold, from LGBT charity Stonewall says it is "crucial" that we see more diverse representations of gay and bisexual men with different body types in the media.

"Not only would this help gay and bi men see themselves reflected in what they watch, it would also help break down harmful stereotypes that affect gay and bi men's body image and self-esteem."

But as it is, Jakeb says he still gets people online telling him they "wouldn't leave the house if they looked like me".

"I didn't go on pride marches and have bricks thrown at me to have the community we've got now," he says.

"We have equality, but we're horrible to each other."

BBC

Tags: Beauty, Bullying, Dating, Environment, Exclusivity, Gay, Hostility, Humiliation, Hypocrisy, Insensitivity, Lifestyle, Media, Men, Mental Health, Relationships, Representation, Sex, Social Media, Support, Surgery, Survival, Treatment, World

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30-Jan-2020


LA LGBT Center eliminates free STI screening after funding cuts 

 

The LA LGBT Center has said that county budget cuts are forcing it to end free STI screenings.

In an announcement posted to their site yesterday, the LA LGBT Center said that the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (DPH) cut testing and treatment funding to the center by $1 million from 2019 to 2020.

The DPH ended funding for testing at the center’s Jeffrey Goodman Special Care Clinic as part of the funding cuts.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: $, Center, Disease, Environment, Funding, Govt, Health, Illness, Insensitivity, LGBTQ, Medical, Neglect, Politics, Safety, Sex, Treatment

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28-Jan-2020




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