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Abused Teen Girl — Wife Wanted Him to 'Get It Out of His System' 

 

A married Pennsylvania couple who were both teachers were convicted of sexually assaulting a female teenage student who came forward in 2018 about her years of abuse.

PEOPLE confirms with prosecutors that on Wednesday, Nick and Ruth Baggetta were convicted of single counts of institutional sexual assault, endangering a welfare of a child, corruption of minor and furnishing alcohol to minors.

People

Spain women: Top court rules Wolf Pack gang were rapists

Cuba Gooding Jr. Accused of Sexual Assault by Blogger Claudia Oshry When She Was 16

Tags: Abuse, Alleged, Celebrity, Court, Crime, Education, Employment, Environment, Judgement, Parental Burden, Prison, Punishment, Relationships, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Treatment, Violence, Woman's Rights

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22-Jun-2019


Alabama governor signs chemical castration bill into law 

 

Republican Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey on Monday signed a bill into law that requires someone convicted of a sex offense against a child under the age of 13 to begin chemical castration a month before being released from custody.

The law requires individuals convicted of such an offense to continue treatments until a court deems the treatment is no longer necessary. It says offenders must pay for the treatment, and they can't be denied parole solely based on an inability to pay.

"This bill is a step toward protecting children in Alabama," Ivey said.
Both houses of the Alabama Legislature approved the legislation late last month, after it was put forward by state GOP Rep. Steve Hurst.

Chemical castration involves administering medication -- via tablets or injection -- to take away sexual interest and make it impossible for a person to perform sexual acts. If the person stops taking the drug the effects can be reversed.

CNN

Ariz. Teacher Who Texted 6th-Grade Boy 'I Want You Every Day' Pleads Guilty to Molesting Him

After a night of terror, she was told to keep her rape secret. ‘It was a ’70s thing’

La. Cop Allegedly Forced Woman to Sexually Abuse Her 1-Year-Old Son

Her Evangelical Megachurch Was Her World. Then Her Daughter Said She Was Molested by a Minister.

Tags: Children, Clergy, Crime, Education, Employment, Journalism, Laws, Parental Burden, Police, Protection, Punishment, Safety, Sex, Termination, Violence, Woman's Rights, Writing, Youth

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11-Jun-2019


Chanel Scurlock Is the Fifth Black Trans Woman Killed in the Last Month 

 

The body of 23-year-old Chanel Scurlock was found in a field in Lumberton, North Carolina, just after midnight on Wednesday. She is at least the ninth Black trans woman killed in the U.S. in 2019, and the fifth killed in the past month, according to the Human Rights Campaign.

Police found Scurlock, who lived in Lumber Bridge, N.C., with fatal gunshot wounds after responding to reports of gunfire in the area. They have yet to identify a suspect, though Robeson County Sheriff Burnis Wilkins told The Robesonian, a local paper, that police have "great leads.

Vice

Lesbian couple viciously beaten in homophobic attack on London bus

Court convicts 3 Germans of beating gay man to death

Detroit man charged with killing 3 people in LGBTQ community

Manager of Dallas Gay Bar Fired for Refusing to Serve Transgender Woman

GOOGLE’S LGBTQ EMPLOYEES ARE FURIOUS ABOUT YOUTUBE’S POLICY DISASTERS

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Bar/Club, Court, Death, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Hate, Hostility, Ignorance, Investigation, Judgement, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Murder, Punishment, Race, Safety, Threat, Transgender, Travel, Treatment, Victims, Violence, World, Youth

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08-Jun-2019


State lawmakers voted to force ‘chemical castration’ on sex offenders. Medical experts urge caution. 

 

A bill in Alabama awaiting the governor’s signature would require people convicted of certain sex offenses to undergo “chemical castration” as a condition of parole — a requirement meant to keep perpetrators from committing similar crimes.

The proposed law, passed by the state legislature, says a judge must order anyone convicted of a sex offense involving a child under the age of 13 to start receiving testosterone-inhibiting medication a month before their release from prison. Most offenders would have to pay for their treatment, which would be administered by the Department of Public Health, until a judge decides the medication is no longer necessary.

Washington Post

Phil Murphy’s office botched staffer’s sex assault claim: panel

A 12-year-old girl who was raped and impregnated in Guam can't have an abortion because there are no providers in the US territory

14-Year-Old Victim Helps Police Bust Human Trafficking Operation

Tags: Abortion, Abuse, All Rights, Arrest, Business, Chemical Castration, Children, Employment, Environment, Human Trafficking, Laws, Mental Health, Neglect, Policy, Politics, Pregnancy, Protection, Punishment, Safety, Sentence, Sex, Sexism, Treatment, Violence, Woman's Rights, World

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06-Jun-2019


Anti-LGBTQ Sentiment Is Rising Around the World 

 

If only the greatest problem facing the LGBTQ community today were that two gay rats couldn’t get married in Alabama. For those not following the world of children’s television with great enthusiasm, the Alabama affiliate of PBS chose not to broadcast an episode of the children’s program Arthur in which Mr. Ratburn marries his longtime male friend Patrick, an aardvark chocolatier. Some people have complained that they would have difficulties explaining the content of such an episode to their children.

I agree—it could be distressing to have to explain to a child that rats are not sophisticated enough to have weddings, let alone become chocolatiers. Explaining that same-sex couples get married, however, should be a breeze. It happens every day. If your child does not understand what a wedding is, you can show them the end of nearly any Disney movie.

But the public pushback on a seemingly harmless episode of Arthur is just one instance of the discomfort that many people still feel with LGBTQ people being considered equal under law. Very recently, Trump’s Department of Housing and Urban Development proposed a rule that would allow housing that receives federal funds—such as homeless shelters—to discriminate against transgender individuals.

Bazaar

Homophobic mommy blogger apologizes to LGBT youth leader

Alabama mayor apologizes for Facebook post about killing LGBTQ community

Chris Evans says Straight Pride Parade organizers are trying to 'bury' their 'own gay thoughts by being homophobic'

CHILDLINE RECEIVED OVER 6,000 CALLS FROM YOUNG PEOPLE STRUGGLING WITH GENDER AND SEXUAL IDENTITY IN 2018

YouTube Says Homophobic Harassment Targeting a Popular Host Doesn't Violate Its Policies

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Americans, Apology, Celebration, Celebrity, Children, Court, Discrimination, Environment, Equality, Hate, Homophobia, Inhumanity, Interference, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, New World Order, No more Heroes, Parental Burden, Policy, Politics, Pride, Protections, Punishment, Racism, Religion, Safety, Social Media, Suicide, Support, Supremacy, Survival, Video, Violence, World, Youth

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05-Jun-2019


5 former Michigan Catholic priests charged with sex crimes 

 

Michigan prosecutors announced Friday that five former Catholic priests are facing sexual abuse charges as part of the state attorney general's ongoing investigation into clergy abuse going back decades.

Attorney General Dana Nessel said the priests served in dioceses in Detroit, Lansing and Kalamazoo, and that they've been charged with various counts of criminal sexual conduct. Four of them were arrested this week in Arizona, California, Florida and Michigan, and the fifth awaits extradition from India.

A sixth priest faces an administrative complaint and has had his counseling license suspended by the state, officials said.

ABC News

'Revolution' in Poland as nation confronts priestly abuse

Tags: Abuse, Child Abuse, Children, Clergy, Employment, Environment, Hostility, Inhumanity, Judgement, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Parental Burden, Punishment, Religion, Sex, Violence, World

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26-May-2019


Kenya's Judges Uphold Laws That Criminalize Gay Sex 

 

Kenya's High Court has chosen to uphold colonial-era laws that criminalize gay sex, dashing the hopes of activists who believed the judges would overturn sections of the penal code as unconstitutional and inspire a sea change across the continent.

Three judges said Friday that the laws in question did not target the LGBTQ community. They were not convinced that people's basic rights had been violated, they said.

"We are not persuaded by the petitioners that the offenses against them are overboard," one of the judges said, according local media.

The case stems from to a petition filed in 2016 by activist Eric Gitari, with the support of organizations serving LGBTQ Kenyans. They argued that two sections of Kenya's penal code violated people's rights: Article 162 penalizes "carnal knowledge ... against the order of nature" with up to 14 years in prison, and Article 165 castigates "indecent practices between males" with the possibility of five years' imprisonment.

npr

Far-right Vox challenges Spain's acceptance of LGBT rights

Tags: All Rights, Discrimination, Environment, Hate, Homophobia, Inhumanity, Leaders, LGBTQ, Not Helping, Politics, Punishment, Safety, Treatment, Voting, World

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24-May-2019


Men and Abortion

 

Emboldened by the placement of two Conservative justices on the Supreme Court, state legislatures have begun racing to become the test case for overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade case. Alabama has passed perhaps the most extreme of these laws, effectively banning all abortions without exception. Georgia’s law appears to cover miscarriages as well as abortions. Quite a few other states have passed or are working on legislation that appear to be on-their-face violations of the Roe v. Wade decision.

I’ve noticed that, on my social media stream, so many men are as silent as they were during the peak of #MeToo. It’s understandable that men would want to step aside and let women do most of the talking, and we should. However, we shouldn’t be completely silent.

So what should we say?

The Good Men Project

Recent abortion bans will impact poor people and people of color most

Why So Many Women Choose Abortion Over Adoption

Tags: Abortion, Children, Environment, Health, Hostility, Judgement, Keep Abortion Legal, Laws, Mental Health, Opinion, Parenting, Perception, Politics, Punishment, Race, Safety, Support, Women

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20-May-2019


Portuguese officers convicted of kidnapping black youths 

 

A Portuguese court has found eight police officers guilty of kidnapping and beating up six youths from a predominantly black neighborhood in the outskirts of Lisbon.

Only one of the eight officers was sentenced to jail, while the others were given suspended sentences for various crimes, including kidnapping, assault and falsification of documents. Nine other police officers were acquitted.

Reuters

Anthony Joshua on combating racism: 'Our parents' generation has been sleeping'

Racist 'promposal' sign will lead to 'severe consequences' for Southern California students

Tags: Awareness, Education, Interview, Judgement, Kidnap, Misrepresentation, Police, Privilege, Punishment, Racism, Sports, Video, Violence, World, Youth

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20-May-2019


A Look At The Staggering Sexual Harassment Numbers In The Legal Profession 

 

A new international survey reveals that sexual harassment in the legal profession is truly at epidemic proportions. The survey, with almost 7,000 respondents, was conducted by the International Bar Association and market research company Acritas and asked both lawyers and nonlawyers in the legal profession from 135 countries questions about sexual harassment and bullying within the industry. The results are disheartening, to say the least.

Over a third of women — 36.6 percent of women and 7.4 percent of men — say they’ve been victims of sexual harassment. When in comes to bullying nearly 1 in 2 women say they’ve been a target, compared with 1 in 3 men who say the same.

Above The Law

Furious mob tie a man and his female cousins to a tree, brutally thrash them with ropes and sticks and 'molest the two women' for helping him run off with a married woman in India

At least one in three Alaska villages has no local law enforcement. Sexual abuse runs rampant, public safety resources are scarce, and Gov. Mike Dunleavy wants to cut the budget.

Third of women in survey ‘taken advantage of sexually’ while drunk or high

Sex slave driver, 57, is found guilty of keeping two Thai woman as prostitutes against their will

Father Catches Man Sexually Assaulting 13-Year-Old Son At Home

Why the Anti-Abortion Movement Stopped Making Allowances for Rape and Incest

Tags: Abortion, Alcohol, All Rights, Consent, Cruelty, Drugs, Employment, Environment, Judgement, Justice, Laws, Leaders, Police, Policy, Protections, Punishment, Rape, Safety, Sex, Sexism, Sexual Harassment, Slavery, Study, Supremacy, Threat, Violence, Woman's Rights, World, Youth

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16-May-2019


Kicked out, spat on and abused, new UK shelter helps LGBT+ homeless 

 

LONDON, May 15 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Apart from being spat on and urinated on when he slept rough in London for over a year, 52-year-old Chabahn had to contend with another daily threat: being abused and attacked for his sexuality.

Chabahn, who is gay but kept it hidden on the streets, said living with HIV was an additional burden that some mainstream shelters did not have the capacity to support him with.

"When it comes to being LGBT, the amount of discrimination on the street is rather high. There is no safety, you have to fend for yourself," said Chabahn, who declined to give his full name.

"You have to become a very good actor and you have to be someone that you are not."

Thomson Reuters

YouTube star Riyadh Khalaf calls out LGBT bullying

The stunning toll of Boy Scout sex abuse: More than 12,200 reported victims

Sexual abuse survivors sue the Vatican over predatory U.S. priests

Catholic school music director sought sex with undercover cop posing as teen: affidavit

The Latest: Bishop says church was not trying to hide files

Tags: All Rights, Arrest, Awareness, Book, Children, Counter, Court, Education, Employment, Environment, Fear, Finance, Hate, Health, Homeless, Homophobia, Interview, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Portrait, Preservation, Protection, Punishment, Religion, Safety, Sex, Stepping Up, Support, Survival, Threat, Video, Violence, World, Youth

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16-May-2019


School Bus Driver Receives No Jail Time After Raping 14-Year-Old Student 

 

There was no doubt after his guilty plea that the former school bus driver had raped a 14-year-old girl.

But because there was only one victim, and the accused had no prior arrests, the judge in the case said the man didn’t deserve to be sent to prison. Instead, Jefferson County, New York, Judge James P. McClusky sentenced the man, Shane M. Piche, to 10 years’ probation, according to the Watertown Daily Times.

The punishment did not sit well with the victim’s mother.

People

Teen beheaded classmate in jealous rage over girlfriend: prosecutors

Oklahoma mother charged in 5-year-old son's scooter death flees to Mexico, police say

17-year-old charged with murder in fatal stabbing of Brooklyn teen

Georgia Woman Sentenced to Death for Starving Stepdaughter, 10, and Burning Her Body in Trash Can

Tags: Children, Crime, Education, Employment, Environment, Judgement, Murder, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Prison, Privilege, Protections, Psychology, Punishment, Rape, Relationships, Ridiculous, Sex, Treatment, Violence, Youth

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01-May-2019


Texas Couple Held Girl as Slave for 16 Years, Called Her 'Dog' and 'Worthless' 

 

A Texas couple who held a young girl from West Africa as a slave for 16 years were each sentenced Monday to seven years in federal prison, PEOPLE confirms.

A press release from federal prosecutors states Toure and Cros-Toure must pay $288,620.24 in restitution to their victim, who managed to escape in 2016.

A federal jury convicted the defendants of forced labor, conspiracy to commit alien harboring, and alien harboring on January 11 following a four-day trial.

Now, as a consequence of their convictions, both defendants, who are citizens of Guinea and lawful permanent residents of the United States, may lose their U.S. immigration status and be deported after they complete their sentences.

People

Tags: Abuse, Children, Environment, Inhumanity, Injury, Parental Crime, Prison, Punishment, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Slave Labor, Slavery, Violence

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23-Apr-2019


RICKY ADAMS: OHIO MAN WHO STOPPED CHILD ABUSER MOLESTING 5-YEAR-OLD BOY DIES 

 

An Ohio man who made national news after he was arrested for attacking a 17-year-old male who was allegedly molesting a 5-year-old boy has died.

Ricky Adams, 20, was charged with felony assault after he walked in and allegedly found the teenager with the child’s penis in his mouth in March. Following Adams' arrest, a GoFundMe page was set up by his uncle Jeff Cook to raise money for his legal fees as a sign of support, which went on to attract more than $40,000 in donations.

The Eastlake Police Department said the cause of death is still unconfirmed but signs point to a suspected drug overdose, reports WOIO.

Newsweek

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Children, Environment, Fighting Back, Finance, Humanity, Mental Health, Passing, Punishment, Sad, Sex, Super Daddy!, Support, Violence, Youth

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23-Apr-2019


40-year-old man sues parents for throwing out his porn collection 

 

A man is suing his parents after they destroyed his porn collection.

The plaintiff, named Charlie, lived with his parents in Michigan, Indiana for 10 months.

He had just gotten over a divorce. The lawsuit states he did work around his parents’ home in exchange for rent.

A domestic situation then forced him out in August 2017.

A few months later, his parents drove to his home in Indiana to give him some belongings.

Only one thing was missing: his $29,000 porn collection.

Gay Star News

Tags: Court, Finance, Judgement, Parental Burden, Porn, Punishment

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16-Apr-2019




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