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Homophobe slammed girl's Halloween costume and got totally owned by her dad
Surely little kids can dress as whatever they want for Halloween?
Well, one homophobe didn’t think so.
A six-year-old picked her favorite Marvel superhero, Thor, to dress as this 31 October.
Writing in the Marvel forum on Reddit, her dad wrote: ‘My youngest daughter as Thor, her favorite superhero.’
Gay Star News
Parents urged to learn signs of sexual grooming after man who abused teenage girls is jailed
Police are urging parents and teenagers to know the signs of grooming after a man was jailed for targeting girls as young as 13.
Jamie Gillett started relationships with underage teenagers and became “threatening, controlling and obsessive” when they tried to leave him.
The 21-year-old from Reigate in Surrey was a teenager himself when the offences were committed between 2012 and 2016. His victims were 13 and 14.
Teenage girl ‘raped for two years by Bolton grooming gang’
Gillet pleaded guilty to three counts of sexual activity with a child, sexual assault of a child under 13 and a breach of a sexual risk order.
Determining Jail Time for Sexual Assaulters Is an Imperfect Science—One That Often Favors Well-to-Do White Men
Taylor Swift's Instagram Post Has Caused A Massive Spike In Voter Registration
Since Taylor Swift flexed her star power Sunday with an Instagram post that encouraged her 112 million followers to register to vote, Vote.org has experienced an unprecedented flood of new voter registrations nationwide.
"We are up to 65,000 registrations in a single 24-hour period since T. Swift's post," said Kamari Guthrie, director of communications for Vote.org.
For context, 190,178 new voters were registered nationwide in the entire month of September, while 56,669 were registered in August.
Using her power for good. 11-Oct-2018
Stormy Daniels on sex with Trump: ‘I laid there and prayed for death’
Stormy Daniels appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to promote her new book Full Disclosure and that’s exactly what she did.
She told Kimmel about spanking Trump with a rolled up copy of Forbes magazine – and then demonstrated her technique on the late show comedian.
“Hang on I just want to pray for a second. Please God let him be watching right now,” Kimmel joked before the demonstration.
This smart mom got the man who raped her teenage son to confess before he went to jail
The mother of a 16-year-old gay teen in Florida was able to get the man who raped her son to confess.
According to an Flagler County Sheriff’s Office report, the victim was found unconscious on his doorstep on September 11. He was bruised on his back and bleeding, and the report said that he was “out of it.”
Leslie Jones Calls Out Kevin Hart and Katt Williams: 'Both of Them N***as Need to Keep My Name Out They Mouth'
Kevin Hart decided to drag Leslie Jones into his drama with Katt Williams, and she’s not having it. In a statement to Bossip, Jones decided to put both comedians in their place for not doing their part to help women in the industry.
Read what she said below:
Real talk both of them n***as need to keep my name out they mouth unless they using it to eat my p***y REAL TALK!! None of those n***as put me on or any woman. While he talking about Katt what did he do to put women on he didn’t help females they wasn’t on his tour F*CK THAT N***A!! At least Katt put me on his tour. Kevin could have put me on a long time ago but he never respected me or my comedy and trust I can call his card he know I can. Both Kevin and Katt was the same to women like all these n***as in this game. Sh*tty. and still is. Women have never had it good. At least Katt put women on his tour or shows. How many shows back in the day didn’t have a woman on them. Kevin that mf told me one time I would never make it.
The SNL cast member is responding to comments Hart made during a stop at The Breakfast Club on Friday. Hart called out Katt for comments he made against Tiffany Haddish on an Atlanta radio show last week. He also mentioned Jones during his rant.
Jane Fonda on Unearned #MeToo Comebacks: “Sweep the Floor at Starbucks Until You Learn!”
Several men accused of sexual misconduct during the past year might be clamoring for their comebacks after mere months—but as far as Jane Fonda is concerned, they can keep on waiting. At an event in New York promoting a new HBO documentary about her life, Jane Fonda in Five Acts, the actress emphasized that while she does have compassion for men, she rejects the idea of letting anyone accused of sexual misconduct return to power before they’ve atoned.
Amandla Stenberg Came Out as Gay After Battling 'Internalized Homophobia': 'I Was Scared'
Amandla Stenberg isn’t afraid to talk about her true sexuality, even if she had to come out twice to get there.
Stenberg graces the cover of Seventeen‘s October/November issue where she sheds more light on her decision to clarify that she is gay in 2018 after previously coming out as bisexual two years prior.
“Gender and sexuality are so fluid—it’s okay to change your mind a million times and figure out what works for you,” she said. “It’s okay to take your time… I’d been out as bisexual, and people have known I’m queer for a long time. I saw some comments that made me chuckle, like, ‘Girl, we been knew!’ But I wanted to make it very clear that I have romantic love for women.”
Amandla Stenberg opens up about coming out as gay
Amandla Stenberg has discussed recently coming out as gay, saying: ‘I wanted to be transparent’.
The Hunger Games actress clarified her sexuality in June to Wonderland.
She said at the time: ‘I’m grateful for how being gay has afforded me this ability to experience and understand love and sex, and therefore life, in an expansive and infinite way.’
Amandla also said in June: ‘I was so overcome with this profound sense of relief when I realized that I’m gay – not bi, not pan, but gay – with a romantic love for women.’
Gay Star News
Alyssa Milano Rails Against Trump's SCOTUS Pick: "We Are in Crazy Times"
Alyssa Milano on Saturday spoke out sharply against President Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh and suggested tactics for winning what she admitted was a "tough" battle against his appointment when she stopped by Los Angeles' "Rise Up for Roe" event.
The Insatiable and Charmed actress argued that Kavanaugh puts the landmark 1973 decision Roe v. Wade in jeopardy, and said that it is "fucking absurd" that women need to fight to save it in 2018.
Kavanaugh was nominated by President Trump to fill the vacancy left by Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy when he retires in the fall. Though analysts have widely reported that it's unclear how Kavanaugh would rule on issues of abortion if appointed to office, activists including Milano point to a 2017 speech in which the judge praised late Chief Justice William Rehnquist and Kavanaugh's decision-making on a case involving a pregnant teen immigrant as proof that he will erode Roe v. Wade rights.
"We can't normalize this. This is crazy. We are in crazy times," Milano said.
‘Ride-Or-Die’ Mentality Is Killing Black Women
When I was a young girl, I fell head-first into a sexy, sometimes one-sided but always thrilling love affair with hip-hop. My love for the genre grew a lot deeper when a handsome, young rapper from Queens, New York, came on the scene: Nas.
The first song I listened to was “One Love” from Nas’ debut album “Illmatic.” In this open letter written to his incarcerated friends, Nas gives an update on what’s going on with the woman an incarcerated man has a child with. He raps “Why don’t ya lady write ya? Told her she should visit, that’s when she got hyper, flippin, talking about he acts too rough, he didn’t listen, he be riffin while I’m telling him stuff. I was like yea, shorty don’t care…”
I continued to listen to Nas. ... To all the other implied and direct musical messages that tell black women that our love for our brothers is measured in the depth of our sacrifice. ... To the implication that if we are what some call the “truest type,” then we will support and love our men to a level that may sometimes require us to ignore our own needs or safety.
How do we graduate from this?
Katie Roiphe, Moira Donegan and that list: #MeToo survives another backlash
Months into the #MeToo movement, most feminists I know are still waiting for the other shoe to drop. Few people will speak out loud a desire for a backlash that will shut down this moment of women's truth-telling about sexual abuse, but one can feel that desire gathering like a cloud, growing denser every day.
It's a miracle, really, that it hasn't happened yet. Women are people, after all, and so there are plenty of us who are hysterical or duplicitous. All it would take is one woman leveling a false accusation, or taking innocent flirting out of context, to constitute "proof" enough that women cannot be trusted and that the whole thing was a witch hunt. Yet as the weeks roll by and the number of men accused grows into what is likely the thousands now, all efforts to end the #MeToo movement have so far failed.
'PLEASE, DON'T PUT ME ON ME TOO,' BILL COSBY ASKS FEMALE REPORTER AT DINNER
Daniel Radcliffe breaks silence on Johnny Depp casting controversy
Steven Seagal Accused of Rape Following Multiple Allegations of Sexual Misconduct
DFJ has apologized for the reported ‘sex party’ event at Steve Jurvetson’s home
Seal just called out Oprah for being ‘part of the Weinstein problem’.
A 4-Year-Old 'Bride' Was Sexually Abused by Polygamists, Police Say
Eliza Dushku Alleges True Lies Stuntman Molested Her When She Was Just 12
Male Models Say Mario Testino and Bruce Weber Sexually Exploited Them
Mother Let Others Rape Her Son for Money as Part of Pedophile Gang, Police Say
Betty White's Secret to Living to 95: Vodka and Hot Dogs
Betty White, a very wise and funny lady, turned 95 years old last January. She's still doing the things she loves—starring in movies and television shows, supporting animal causes, laughing—without sign of slowing down. She's better than anyone to take wholesome life advice from, because she makes it seem like every day for the past 95 years has been the best day of her life. And her advice for longevity and good health is exactly that. As she told Parade in a new interview, her secret is vodka and hot dogs, "probably in that order."
ABC staging 'Scandal,' 'How to Get Away with Murder' crossover episodes
Annalise Keating and Olivia Pope are women who have blazed their own paths, but those paths are now going to collide.
ABC confirmed Wednesday that "Scandal" and "How to Get Away with Murder" will stage crossover episodes that will see the characters played by Viola Davis and Kerry Washington share the small screen for the first time.