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The new slang teens use to insult boys who are 'too nice' to girls 

 

Shannon was used to her socially awkward son being bullied by other boys at the private school he attends in Atlanta.

But when she picked him up from school in mid-January and her eighth grader told her he was being called a "simp," Shannon, who's only using her first name to protect her son's identity, didn't know what to think.

"He's telling me this and I'm driving and I'm trying to make sense of it," she said. "I'd never heard the word."
"He told me, 'It basically means that I'm just being nice to girls because I like them,'" she said. "I was like, wait, my kid is being picked on for being nice to girls?"

Her son had told her he'd recently been put in the "friend zone" by one of the girls, who made it clear she wasn't interested in dating him. They had continued to be friendly.

The new slang teens use to insult boys who are 'too nice' to girls

Tags: Bullying, Choices, Competition, Entertainment, Language, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Parental Responsibility, Warning, Women In Charge, Words, Youth

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20-Feb-2021


Help! My Aunt Says It’s a “Choice” to Be Offended by Racial Slurs. 

 

Q. Aunt wants to “get over” racial slurs: My aunt (father’s sister) and I have had a fairly acrimonious relationship since I was in my teens, mostly because of her dislike of my mother. Fast forward to Christmas of this year, when I texted my aunt and her husband to thank them for some cookies they sent me. We started talking again, exchanging memes and discussing our shared love of photography, in what I had hoped was a fresh start. Talk turned to politics eventually, because we both believed our politics aligned somewhat—me more as a leftist, and her a liberal.

However, when I mentioned that I was happy to see white people experience consequences when they used slurs such as the N-word, she said it was a “choice” to be offended by slurs like that, and how people needed to get over it. She even spelled it out. I was totally bewildered. We are both white women. I told her it was inappropriate and racist for her to write or say that word. She continued to use it, saying she should be able to because it was “just a word.” I went on to provide her with multiple sources about why it was offensive and racist. She then said how I was “looking for reasons to have contempt for her” and how she and “the family” have never understood why I’ve always hated her. This went on and on until I eventually stopped responding. However, she’s texted me every day this past week, trying to talk again like nothing’s happened. So how do I address the obvious racism with someone who thinks she’s “the most accepting and multicultural person in our family” for one, and secondly, always makes herself out to be the victim when I disagree with her on anything?

Help! My Aunt Says It’s a “Choice” to Be Offended by Racial Slurs.

Tags: Advice, Argument, Choices, Family, Judgment, Misconduct, Racism, Relationships, Segregation, Struggling, Treatment, Words

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18-Feb-2021


 

Tags: Backlash, Celebrity, Comedy, Entertainment, Free Speech, Gif, LGBTQ, Parody, Politics, Words

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02-Feb-2021


Jhené Aiko Explains Why She Stopped Using the N-Word in Her Music 

 

There seems to be unnecessary confusion surrounding the use of the N-word, especially when it comes to crafting lyrics. This moved Jhené Aiko to give a deep explanation as to why she removed the word from her music.

Although her ability to look like multiple races has undoubtedly been beneficial to her public persona, Aiko doesn't want to abuse a privilege that she didn't ask for. So out of respect for herself, friends, and fans, she decided to stop using the N-word in her music because it could make people uncomfortable. Aiko explains that she eradicated the word from her writing process years ago, but this discussion made the news relevant.

Jhené Aiko Explains Why She Stopped Using the N-Word in Her Music

Papa John’s founder’s use of N-word not racist, according to report he commissioned

Tags: Celebrity, Choices, Cultural, Etiquette, Honesty, Inclusion, Investigation, Investment, Men In Charge, Music, Politics, Preservation, Representation, Respect, Treatment, Trending, Women In Charge, Words

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09-Dec-2020


The little girl who can't stop laughing: Baby, 7 months, ALWAYS seems happy even when she's not - but it's caused by a rare condition that turned her parents' world upside down 

 

A seven-month-old girl has a rare genetic condition that means she only sleeps for four hours a day, never cries and is almost always smiling.

Fiadh Baird was born three weeks early at Melbourne Women's Hospital on April 18 this year.

Like most premature babies, she slept for the first week of her life, until she suddenly woke and screamed - non-stop, for 24 hours a day.

Her mother Galatea Young told Daily Mail Australia the crying finally ended when Fiadh was put on medication for colic and reflux.

But when the wailing was replaced with smiles and laughter at two weeks old, the 28-year-old mother sensed something was wrong.

The little girl who can't stop laughing: Baby, 7 months, ALWAYS seems happy even when she's not - but it's caused by a rare condition that turned her parents' world upside down

Tags: Children, Disease, Evolution, Health, Illness, Medicine, Mental Health, Parental Heartbreak, Science, Struggling, Survival, Words

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30-Nov-2020


 

You may delete every word new society deems morally and culturally corrupt but its a hypocritical fail to make exceptions for the illicit moneymaker. That word is the most heinous of all. Don't you think? 26-Sep-2020

Tags: Hypocrisy, It Does Not Compute, Words

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26-Sep-2020


'Latinx' Is Gaining Popularity. But New Research Says Only 3% of U.S. Hispanics Use the Gender-Neutral Term 

 

Latinx has been increasingly used by politicians, mainstream media and universities. But new research suggests the majority of people who Latinx is meant to describe have never even heard of the term.

A new study by the Pew Research Center found that only 23% of people in the U.S. who self identify as Hispanic or Latino have heard of the term Latinx. An even smaller percentage—only 3%—describe themselves as Latinx, a gender-neutral and inclusive alternative to Latino or Hispanic, particularly for people who identify as LGBTQ+.

Pew surveyed 3,030 U.S. Hispanic adults in December 2019. It is the first time the research center has asked about Latinx in particular, and the new research shows that though Latinx by far isn’t as frequently used as a way to identify in the U.S., it has grown in popularity.

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I don't use it because it sounds stupid and experimental. 13-Aug-2020

Tags: Choices, Cultural, Etiquette, History, Latinos, Representation, Words

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13-Aug-2020


William Shatner Tweets 'Cisgender' Is Used to 'Debase,' 'Harass' Him 

 

Over the weekend, Star Trek luminary William Shatner went on a tear about the word “cisgender,” claiming that it’s only used in reference to him in order to “harass” or “debase” him. And when activists tried to call him out for co-opting the word for nefarious purposes, he dug his heels with a straight white cis male victim narrative.

Shatner began to rail against the word last Monday when someone jokingly tweeted at him, “You're an old white man so you MUST be a hateful bigot, is the new bigotry the kids are all about these days.”

William Shatner Tweets 'Cisgender' Is Used to 'Debase,' 'Harass' Him

Tags: Backlash, Celebrity, Social Media, Words

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10-Aug-2020


6 Things White Kids Say About Race That Parents Should Call Out Now 

 

White parents often avoid talking openly about race with white children because of the unfounded fear that it will call attention to differences that kids wouldn’t otherwise notice. Some insist their kids are just too young for such conversations.

If parents don’t explain why these inequities exist — that they exist because of longstanding systemic racism in this country — children will assume they must be justified or “natural.”

We asked experts to share some of the problematic things white kids commonly say and how parents can respond in order to further the conversation and create a teachable moment.

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Illinois School Board Member Resigns After Calling Black People 'Animals'

Tags: Awareness, Complaint, Education, Employment, Etiquette, Lifestyle, Neglect, New World Order, Parental Burden, Parental Laziness, Responsibility, Termination, Training, Unruly Child, Words

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17-Jul-2020


 

They hope you remember what they'll never forget

Despite Trump prediction, NRA says it won't back raising age limit on assault-style guns

Fla. school officer waited outside building for 4 minutes as killings happened, sheriff says

Our youth took a stand against guns and made a dent. Let's be proud of them and help them push. 21-Feb-2018

Tags: Government, Guns, Parenting, Words, Youth

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23-Feb-2018


 

I figured it out. She called me "the little prince" because I was a dreamer. 19-Jan-2018
Between the ages of 4 and 5, my favorite aunt, baby sister, taught me how to read and write in Spanish. She started with vowel pronunciation and as the night progressed I graduated to reading latin soap comics. I don't remember all the tricks she employed that evening but I am forever grateful.

She always called me her "little prince" and I really don't understand why. 11-Jan-2018

Tags: Family, Words

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19-Jan-2018


 

Being deprived of a higher education, I decided to memorize a pocket Thesaurus in my 20s. I commenced with three words a week. 11-Jan-2018

Tags: Words

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11-Jan-2018