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All Posts Tagged as 'Survival'

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The data is in: men are too fragile to wear Covid-19 masks. Grow up, guys 

 

Last week, our social media feeds were flooded by the image of Dr Anthony Fauci, the top US infectious disease expert, telling US senators that the country was “going in the wrong direction”. The image had a vivid, layered power. Not only did it feel like a national death knell, but Fauci’s appearance – in an imperial-red face mask emblazoned with the insignia of baseball’s Washington Nationals – seemed to signal another culture war. Fauci was making a comment about how to maintain one’s masculinity while wearing a face mask.

Fauci apparently isn’t the only one anxious about face masks impeding his masculinity. The shock jock Joe Rogan, known for his massive following of male listeners, recently suggested that only “bitches” wear masks. Donald Trump Jr was photographed at a packed party in the Hamptons, like a baddie from a John Hughes film, conspicuously sans mask.

The Guardian

Horror Fans Are Coping With Pandemic Better Than Average Person, New Study Suggests

Tags: Coronavirus, Environment, Health, Horror, Masks, Maturity, Men In Charge, Outbreak, Politics, Psychology, Survival, Unruly Child, Vulnerable

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03-Jul-2020


Christina Ricci divorcing James Heerdegen after alleged domestic battery incident 

 

It’s over for Christina Ricci and James Heerdegen.

Ricci, 40, filed for divorce on Thursday morning, just days after she called the cops when Heerdegen allegedly attacked her in their home, Page Six has confirmed. Heerdegen wasn’t arrested by the Los Angeles Police Department but Ricci obtained an emergency protective order against him.

Page Six

Tags: Celebrity, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Environment, Survival, Treatment, Woman's Rights

Filed under: Gay+

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02-Jul-2020


National parks are being overrun by invasive species 

 

Wearing headlamps and muck boots, the band of volunteer conservationists trudges into dark forests in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and surrounding communities, turning over leaves and shining lights on tree trunks. Their quarry is a tiny frog called the coqui. No bigger than a quarter, the coqui makes an ear-splitting call as loud as a lawn mower: Ko-kee! Ko-kee! It takes special know-how and fortitude to home in on a frog in a blackened forest ringing with frog calls. But the coquistodores are efficient cutthroats. When they find a coqui, they catch it, and drench it in citric acid, killing it.

MSN

Tags: Animals, Ecology, Effect, Environment, Fucking The Environment!, Interference, Nature, Science, Study, Survival, Terraforming, Threat

Filed under: Health/Food

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27-Jun-2020


The untold truth of The Omen

 

Released in 1976, The Omen is one of the most renowned occult films of all time. The chilling tale of Damien (Harvey Spencer Stephens), the son of the devil, has continued to thrill and terrify audiences to this day while going on to become quite a successful franchise, with sequels, a remake, a TV series, and even novels. It's also pretty much ruined the name "Damien" for parents everywhere.

Looper

Tags: Film, Film Trivia, History, Survival

Filed under: Gay+

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18-Jun-2020


Fears over domestic abuse when football comes home 
 

With the Premier League returning tonight, the first football game kicking off this week, people will be watching the games from their homes due to the pandemic. There are fears this could increase tensions within households, resulting in incidences of domestic abuse.

In response to this, the Cannock Chase Council’s community safety partnership has teamed up with local partners including Staffordshire Police, New Era (domestic abuse service), the Staffordshire Commissioner’s Office and local authorities across Staffordshire to deliver some messages around the issue.

The new campaign ‘Football is coming home’ raises awareness of the support services available for both victims and perpetrators during these unprecedented times.

Express and Star

Tags: Crime, Domestic Violence, Environment, Family, Fear, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Relationships, Sports, Support, Survival, Violence, World

Filed under: Health/Food

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17-Jun-2020


Black Google manager: “My education and elocution cannot save me from these situations” 

 

I’ve been largely silent on these events at work over the past two weeks, as I have been trying to process and reconcile the best way to move forward. The compounding occurrence of these events, on top of the COVID-19 quarantine, have personally been traumatizing, as they have been for many of us. On top of that, I have been processing these events through the eyes of my children, as well as my own experiences.

It has required some long and difficult conversations with my son, in particular, as I motivate/drag him over the finish line of his fourth grade year in an online learning environment that he openly despises. While we share many personality traits, his skin is darker and his hair coarser. Because of this, he will likely not be given the same leadway I have had to learn to navigate the complex racial environment of the United States and the world.

Fast Company

Tags: All Rights, Children, Choices, Cultural, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Parental Burden, Politics, Preservation, Racial Tension, Safety, Survival

Filed under: Gay+

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16-Jun-2020


 

I am for equality and respect for all. I think mathematically and look for truth so I can fully assess the chaos and decipher it. I don't stand for causes but I regard everyone. The bad eggs are stopping the community from moving forward because they are the problem. You have every right to peacefully protest for our rights but if you don't acknowledge or condemn the problem you might become the problem. The bad eggs represent everything that destroys a community, making it difficult for cops to enforce peace which leads to overreaction, until it becomes a pattern. The people who cross the community bridge for an honest life are the ones being punished for bad egg action. They represent the superficial gods you worship and I think you need to acknowledge them, for history's sake. The future will ask. Empathy doesn't start with somebody else, it starts with you. 03-Jun-2020

Tags: Americans, Equality, Humanity, Hypocrisy, Idolatry, Myself, Politics, Racism, Reality, Representation, Respect, Responsibility, Saving The Environment!, Social Media, Support, Survival, Treatment, Unity, Violence

Filed under: Wisps

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03-Jun-2020


'In Survival Mode': The Pandemic Is Devastating the Black LGBTQ Community 

 

After the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Aiden James Nevils started getting followed. Nevils, who lives in Pittsburgh, is required by Pennsylvania’s statewide regulations to wear a face covering while entering essential businesses, such as drug stores, pharmacies, and laundromats. But when he goes to the grocery store in his blue-and-white-patterned mask, he has noticed lingering stares from other shoppers or security guards who trail closely behind as he’s picking up food for the week.

As a Black man, Nevils says he is viewed as “inherently dangerous,” a reality that's reinforced by centuries of racial biases that send the message that people of his skin color are “wrong, bad, or a menace to society.” Being a transgender man and having his face partially obscured by a mask only reinforces that stigma, he said. It’s essentially four strikes in a game where Black people barely get one chance to swing and miss.

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected nearly every facet of American life, but perhaps no community has been affected as profoundly as Black LGBTQ people. People who live at this intersection of identity are not only more likely to face higher levels of scrutiny during a crisis in which racial minorities, especially Asian-Americans, are reporting a dramatic increase in hate crimes. They are vulnerable to the novel coronavirus in every conceivable way: from dramatic job loss to unique risks of infection that have yet to be adequately recognized by governmental authorities.

Vice

The Coronavirus Is Deadliest Where Democrats Live

The Pandemic Is Exposing the Limits of Science

Tags: All Rights, Community, Coronavirus, Cultural, Death, Environment, Etiquette, Fear, Illness, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Neglect, Politics, Population, Science, Statistics, Survival, Threat

Filed under: Gay+

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25-May-2020


New coronavirus cases across the world jump by the most ever in a single day, WHO says 

 

The number of newly reported coronavirus cases worldwide hit a daily record this week with more than 100,000 new cases over the last 24 hours, according to the World Health Organization.

Almost two-thirds of the cases were reported in just four countries, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said during a press conference Wednesday at the agency’s Geneva headquarters. “We still have a long way to go in this pandemic.”

The majority of new confirmed cases are coming from the Americas, followed by Europe, according to WHO’s daily report. The U.S. reported 45,251 new cases on Tuesday, according to the agency. Russia had the second-most reported cases Tuesday at 9,263, according to WHO.

CNBC

Tags: Contagion, Coronavirus, Death, Environment, Etiquette, Health, Illness, Poor, Population, Safety, Statistics, Support, Surge, Survival, Threat, Warning, World

Filed under: Health/Food

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20-May-2020


Deadly rabbit disease found in Palm Springs; 1st-time disease is found in CA 

 

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced that a rabbit found dead in Palm Springs tested positive for Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease. The disease does not affect humans or other animals, but it is highly contagious and often lethal to both wild and domestic rabbits

It's the first time the disease has been ever been found in California, according to CDFW officials.

Officials say they found the black-tailed jackrabbit among 10 other dead rabbits at a property in Palm Springs.

Officials worry that the disease could significantly impact wild rabbit populations in California, particularly endangered species, as all rabbit, jackrabbit, hare and pika species are likely susceptible.

"Unfortunately, we may also see impacts to species that depend on rabbits for food, as rabbits are a common prey species for many predators," said CDFW Senior Wildlife Veterinarian Deana Clifford.

KESQ

Tags: Animals, Death, Disease, Environment, Extinction, Health, Nature, Survival, Terraforming

Filed under: Health/Food

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14-May-2020


One in three gay men feel unsafe at home during coronavirus 

 

Almost a third of gay and bisexual men report feeling vulnerable at home during the new coronavirus pandemic, with Brazilians particularly concerned, a global survey found on Tuesday, highlighting its wider mental health impacts.

According to research conducted by the U.S.-based gay social network Hornet for the Thomson Reuters Foundation, 30% of almost 3,500 respondents, which included transgender men, said they felt physically or emotionally unsafe in their own homes.

"Think of how it feels to be 21 years old and living with a family that is unsupportive and constantly haranguing you about marrying a woman," said Alex Garner, senior health innovation strategist at Hornet.

Yahoo

LGBTQ Americans are getting COVID-19, anti-gay bias is making it worse for them

Coronavirus: Auckland bar owner rages at Jacinda Ardern over alert level 2 rules, makes bizarre 'gay dungeon' claim

Tags: Awareness, Bar/Club, Business, Contagion, Coronavirus, Environment, Family, Gay, Hate, Health, Homophobia, Hostility, Illness, LGBTQ, Overpopulation, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Parental Responsibility, Parents Don't Always Rule, Politics, Privilege, Rampage, Relationships, Safety, Self Defense, Statistics, Support, Survival, Treatment, Victims, Vulnerable, World, Youth

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12-May-2020


 

If you are offended by law enforcement and hate arrest, do not run, resist or have a conniption fit ... stop the committing of the crimes. (Don't go near it, smell it or drink it.)

The double Rs killed my nephew. That advice doesn't work for the parents or the children...it only helps quicken our obliteration. 12-May-2020

Tags: Community, It Does Not Compute, Support, Survival, Training, Tread Carefully

Filed under: Wisps

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12-May-2020


 

Sometimes I feel all sexuality is based upon what a cis privileged man needs. 07-May-2020

Tags: Empowerment, Humanity, LGBTQ, Life, Men, Myself, Psychology, Sex Identity, Survival, World

Filed under: Wisps

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07-May-2020


VIDEO OF GIANT HORNET ATTACKING MOUSE EMERGES FOLLOWING REPORTS OF 'MURDER' SPECIES IN U.S. 

 

A video of a giant hornet attacking a mouse has emerged following news a "murder" species has invaded the U.S.

In the clip, the hornet pursues the mouse for roughly a minute, remaining attached as the mouse attempts to bat it off. The mouse gets weaker and eventually gives up. At which point the hornet flies off and the mouse lies still breathing heavily.

Newsweek

NY Times

Tags: Animals, Attack, Environment, Hostility, Nature, Survival, Terraforming, Threat, Video, Warning, World

Filed under: Health/Food

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07-May-2020


Where the virus is spreading fastest 

 

In addition to keeping an eye on the tragic, and climbing, numbers of total coronavirus cases and deaths across the U.S., it's important to watch how those trends are playing out over time at the state level.

Why it matters: Rising, or falling, numbers of cases is one of the key metrics for determining where mitigation efforts are working and when the economy can begin to reopen.

The Trump administration's reopening guidelines detail that in order to start lifting restrictions and reopening the economy, a state needs to report 14-day trends of fewer cases or fewer positive tests (though local officials do get some leeway in adjusting the metrics).

Not a lot of states meet that criteria.
Our chart compares each state's seven-day average of new cases from Monday and the seven-day average from a week prior, April 27. Comparing the averages of two dates helps smooth out a lot of the noise in how states sometimes inconsistently conduct and report tests.

Axios

Tags: Charts & Grafts, Contagion, Contamination, Environment, Health, Science, Statistics, Surveillance, Survival

Filed under: Health/Food

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06-May-2020




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