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Democrat makes grovelling apology after claiming Lucifer gives gay people ‘unnatural lusts’ in relentless homophobic rant 

 

Chester is aiming to unseat incumbent congress member Al Lawson in the 18 August primary, according to Florida Politics.

After backlash bubbled against him over the homophobic tweets, he issued a lengthy apology in a Twitter statemente posted Thursday (30 July), where he stressed: “My past is not an indication of who I am today.”

He lampooned Obama for swinging his support to the community, saying that “this country has faaaaaar more important things to worry about than people ‘coming out of the closet’.”

“Wow, Satan is busy! Christians, let’s strap up for battle.”

Bottom line what in the hell do you expect to receive for announcing that you’re a man who likes men,” Chester said.

Democrat makes grovelling apology after claiming Lucifer gives gay people ‘unnatural lusts’ in relentless homophobic rant

Tags: Discovery, Employment, Etiquette, Hate, Homophobia, Leaders, LGBTQ, Misconduct, Politics, Punishment, Revenge, Termination, Words

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31-Jul-2020


Country Music Can No Longer Hide Its Problems 

 

Perhaps such cravings for the regular ol’ times explain why country music, replete with visions of barbecues and backwoods, has thrived during our stay-indoors spring and summer. Ever since America’s shutdown began, almost all styles of music have lost streaming listenership. Country’s popularity, on the other hand, has risen: The genre has averaged 11.1 percent more plays since mid-March. There are multiple theories for why this is, but what seems true in any case is that country’s love for a feeling of normalcy is alluring. As a slew of recent scandals and scuffles have demonstrated, however, not even Nashville can maintain the status quo anymore.

While pop tends to envision one big night where you transcend your boring condition, and hip-hop often touts material success turning an ordinary life into an extraordinary one, country fetishizes the day-after-day realities of homes, highways, and beer halls. There are exceptions, but typically it’s a genre in which work and family and place all are held up as things that must be defended. You can hear the fierce attachment to the familiar, for example, in the new single “More Than My Hometown,” from the hitmaker Morgan Wallen. The Tennessee singer describes a storybook romance with some woman, but when she wants to move to the city, he bids her farewell, explaining, “I can't love you more than my hometown.”

The Atlantic

Young Conservatives university group accused of racist bake sale, mocking pronouns and vile HIV discrimination

Border agency fires 4, suspends 38 for social media posts

Deliveroo rider suspended after screaming homophobic abuse at gay couple and accusing them of ‘witchcraft’

Gay bar issues grovelling apology after bartender wears Blackface coronavirus mask to work

New report paves the way for US to abandon international LGBT+ rights

Ellen DeGeneres show is hit by new bullying and racism claims as staff say they 'fired employee for attending a family funeral while another was let go after a suicide attempt'

'You're going to get your ass whooped!' Virginia trooper is being investigated after resurfaced video shows him 'terrorizing' a black motorist during a traffic stop

‘We ain’t shopping at Starbucks no more’ Protesters in Seattle gathered outside the coffee chains original store to demand the company drops funding for police federation

Bronx man, 25, charged with punching NYPD chief on Brooklyn Bridge is released from jail without bail

Tags: Accusation, Art Deletion, Business, Coffee, Coronavirus, Cowboy, Defund, Education, Employment, Gay Rights, Govt, Hate, Hostility, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Masks, Music, Police, Politics, Power, Preference, Racial Tension, Racism, Religion, Social Media, Students, Success, Termination, Threat, Unruly Child, Words, World, Youth

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17-Jul-2020


Karen Is Being Used by White Women — Here's Why They Need to Stop 

 

By definition, the archetypal Karen is a white woman who views non-whiteness as a threat and is prone to calling the authorities on people of color. (e.g., Amy Cooper, the New York woman become synonymous with white women weaponizing their privilege to impart harm on Black people; or Alison Ettel, aka #PermitPatty, who called the cops on a Black child selling water.) The modern Karen feels entitled to policing people of color, though she may not view herself as problematic — Cooper, notably, was reportedly a liberal. Although white women are often impacted by patriarchy, Karen has no understanding of how she herself upholds oppression, weaponizing it as she uses her whiteness as a tool to punish others.

It’s in rebuttals to the popularization of “Karen” that’s especially instructive in revealing the ways white women using the term are bitterly ironic. The other angle to this conversation is how the term “Karen” has been argued by some to be a manifestation of the patriarchy and entirely anti-woman. British journalist Hadley Freeman argued that Karen is “mired in sexism,” since there's no equivalent nickname for racist white men. Another journalist, Julie Bindel, described “Karen” as a “woman-hating slur.” In the ensuing discourse, an uncomfortable trend arose in which white women use progressive language to shield themselves from accountability.

Teen Vogue

Tags: All Rights, Etiquette, Hate, Literatrure, Politics, Women, Words, Writing

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17-Jul-2020


Twitter engineers replacing racially loaded tech terms like 'master,' 'slave' 

 

For Regynald Augustin, a Black programmer at Twitter, the impetus for change arrived in an email last year with the phrase "automatic slave rekick."

The words were just part of an engineering discussion about restarting a secondary process, but they prompted Augustin to start trying to change Twitter's use of words with racist connections. Augustin was used to seeing the term "slave" in technical contexts. "But with 'rekick' -- I was madder than I ever thought I'd be in the workplace," he said.

First on his own and then joining forces with another engineer, Kevin Oliver, he helped spearhead an effort to replace terms like "master," "slave," "whitelist" and "blacklist" with words that didn't hearken back to oppressive parts of United States history and culture. He recounted his thoughts at the time: "This has to stop. This isn't cool. We have to change this now."

CNET

Delaware city removes whipping post once used to punish Black people from public plaza

Dr. Benjamin S. Carson Sr. Statues of George Washington and other heroes are being razed. We should be celebrating them.

‘Mad Men’ Adding Disclaimer to Episode Containing Depiction of Blackface

How can we have a conversation about race when we don't talk about it?

Silencing 'Song of the South': Why Disney's most racist film remains a cultural flash point

Tags: Art Deletion, Deletion, Education, Exclusivity, Film, History, Knowledge, Opinion, Politics, Priorities, Propoganda, Safety, Sensitivity, TV, Waste, Words

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02-Jul-2020


‘Golden Girls’ blackface episode removed from Hulu 

 

Not even “The Golden Girls” are immune to blackface backlash.

“Mixed Blessings,” a 1988 episode of the beloved comedy series, has been yanked off the content-streaming platform Hulu for its depiction of two white characters sporting darkened faces, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The episode features Michael (Scott Jacoby), the son of Bea Arthur’s Dorothy character, planning to wed African-American fiancée Lorraine (Rosalind Cash), who’s twice his age.

While Dorothy is anxious over the extreme age difference, Lorraine’s family disapproves of her marrying a white man. The two families then scheme to sabotage the couple’s engagement.

NY Daily News

Cosmetic giants removing the word 'whitening' from products, realtor association stops using the word 'master bedroom'

A Blackface Moment From "The Office" Has Officially Been Edited Out Of The Series

Tags: Activism, Advertising, Anguish, Art Deletion, Business, Comedy, History, Overreaction, Politics, Racial Tension, TV, TV Gay Swatch, Words

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28-Jun-2020


NASCAR star Kyle Larson fired for using racial slur in virtual race 

 

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Kyle Larson was fired Tuesday by Chip Ganassi Racing, completing a stunning downfall for the budding NASCAR star who uttered a racial slur during a live-streamed virtual race and then watched as nearly every one of his sponsors dropped him.

The 27-year-old Larson, in his seventh Cup season with Ganassi and considered the top free agent in NASCAR just three days ago, is now out of a job in what could ultimately be an eight-figure blunder.

"After much consideration, Chip Ganassi Racing has determined that it will end its relationship with driver Kyle Larson," Ganassi said. "As we said before, the comments that Kyle made were both offensive and unacceptable especially given the values of our organization. As we continued to evaluate the situation with all the relevant parties, it became obvious that this was the only appropriate course of action to take."

ESPN

Tags: Campaign, Employment, Idiot Slave Controversy, Sports, Words

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14-Apr-2020