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'If We Had a Panic Button, We’d be Hitting it.' Women Are Exiting the Labor Force En Masse—And That's Bad For Everyone 


The United States is in the midst of a crushing economic recession, COVID-19 infection rates are spiking, and thousands of schools and childcare facilities have yet to reopen in-person classrooms. The group bearing the brunt of this torrent of bad news? Women.

Between August and September, 865,000 women dropped out of the labor force, according to a National Women’s Law Center analysis of the Bureau of Labor Statistics September jobs report. In the same time period, just 216,000 men exited the workforce. Meanwhile, one in four women are considering reducing work hours, moving to part-time roles, switching to less demanding jobs, taking leaves of absence from work, or stepping away from the workforce altogether, according to an annual Women in the Workplace study published in September by McKinsey & Co. and Lean In.

“If we had a panic button, we’d be hitting it,” says Rachel Thomas, the CEO of Lean In, a gender equity advocacy group co-founded by Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg. “We have never seen numbers like these.”

Women’s decisions to exit the labor force this year will likely impact their own professional and financial goals for the rest of their lives. It’s an imprecise comparison, but studies done on students who graduate into a recessions and are then either unemployed or forced to take jobs below their qualification levels lose out on earnings compared to students who finished college amid rosier economic circumstances. The losses amount to about 9% initially, and tend not to fully dissipate until about a decade after graduation day.

'If We Had a Panic Button, We’d be Hitting it.' Women Are Exiting the Labor Force En Masse—And That's Bad For Everyone

Tags: $, Cancelled, Coronavirus, Employment, Environment, Fear, Future, Parental Pride, Parenting, Survival, Woman's Rights, Women In Charge

Filed under: Health/Food



How Do We Tell Our Friends to Leave Their Jerky Kid at Home? 


Dear Care and Feeding,

My husband and I are friends with a lovely couple. We have many things in common and enjoy hanging out with them. The problem is their kid. They have a son the same age as our younger son and the boys like hanging out with each other. At first that seemed like a great bonus to this friendship. But the longer we’ve been friends, the clearer it has become that their kid is a horrible person—rude, spoiled, insolent, a liar, and frequently downright mean to our kid (although our kid doesn’t seem to care and still wants to hang out with him). The parents do nothing to address his bad behavior. In fact, they coddle him. I know we need to mind our own business and not make comments on their objectively garbage parenting style, but can we distance our kid from theirs? Is it too weird to hang out with the parents and just never bring our own kid along? As a side note, we could leave our son with his older brother; they don’t have any other kids so we don’t really have an “adults only” option.

—Keeping My Mouth Shut Is Hard

How Do We Tell Our Friends to Leave Their Jerky Kid at Home?

Tags: Advice, Breeding, Children, Choices, Etiquette, Lifestyle, Neglect, No more Heroes, Opinion, Options, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Parental Laziness, Parental Pride, Portrait, Psychology, Relationships, Social Distancing, Treatment, Unruly Child, Women In Charge

Filed under: Health/Food



To Be a Parent Right Now Is To Be a Liar 


My four-year-old called it “the sickness.” After preschool was canceled and we all moved inside, he would look at the calendar and ask, “When do you think the sickness will end?” He doesn’t ask that anymore. Instead, when we go on a drive, once every Sunday, no stops, he’ll point out places and say, “Maybe next year we can go there.” The 7-Eleven. The library. The playground. It’s a long list at this point.

Now he’s five. His birthday was celebrated indoors. His grandma and cousins drove by, beeping. We told him it was a fun parade, but he mostly seemed confused. Pretending these activities are entertaining is familiar to parents now. We’re stuck making the best of it as the weeks turn into months, as one season becomes two. “Maybe next year,” my son will say again, his voice a whisper, a promise.


Tags: All Rights, Children, Environment, Family, Health, Parental Burden, Parental Pride, Protection, Responsibility, Support

Filed under: Health/Food



Marine who played wide receiver in college catches a three-year-old boy thrown from a burning building by his mother before she died in the fire 


A former Marine and college wide receiver was able to catch a three-year-old boy thrown from burning building by his mother, dramatic cellphone footage shows.

Phillip Blanks, 28, ran to the home in Phoenix on July 3 barefoot after hearing calls for help and was able to save Jameson Long from the flames on the third floor balcony.

He told ABC it was all 'instinct', adding: 'There wasn't much thinking. I just reacted. I just did it.'

Daily Mail

Tags: Daddy Squish, Enforcement, Environment, Heroism, Neighbor, Parental Burden, Parental Pride, Respect, Safety, Sweet, Video

Filed under: Gay+



'It Is Painful, But It Is Right': Father Ordered Son To Turn Himself In After Discovering Rape Confession 


A father in the United Kingdom who ordered his son to turn himself in after learning he admitted to raping a girl said he has no regrets after the teenager was sentenced to register as a sex offender.

"I would do the same thing again. I would have to because that is my moral standing on it. It is painful, but it is right," Jonathan Evans, 47, said of telling his 18-year-old son Jack to turn himself in to police, according to British outlet The Mirror.

The attack took place in January 2019 in Pontypool, Wales, but the victim never reported the rape to police. Jack Evans' parents learned about the attack after he sent an apology to the victim two months later via text, according to the BBC.


Tags: Arrest, Etiquette, Parental Pride, Parental Responsibility, Rape, Sex, Violence, Youth

Filed under: Gay+



13-Year-Old Boy Who Made Bow Ties to Help Animals Get Adopted Is Now Making Masks for Coronavirus 


Darius Brown has been using his sewing talents to help animals get adopted, but now the 13-year-old is relying on those skills to help humans fight the coronavirus pandemic.

Darius — who is best known for his organization Beaux and Paws, where he dresses shelter animals up in homemade bow ties so they shine while seeking adoption — has recently shifted his production from the pet accessory to masks for health care workers.


Tags: Coronavirus, Humanity, Medical, Men In Charge, Parental Pride, Representation, Respect, Special Talent, Support, Sweet, Youth

Filed under: Gay+



Teenager in lockdown spends his time 3D printing protective shields for health workers 




Tyler Perry Leaves Massive $21,000 Tip For Atlanta Restaurant Employees

Celebrities keep saying, ‘We’re all in this together.’ But Lady Gaga isn’t so sure

Ex-NFL safety Myron Rolle now on front lines of coronavirus pandemic: 'I’m happy to be able to join the fight'

Tags: $, Celebrity, Employment, Environment, Fighting Back, Humanity, Interview, Medical, Parental Pride, Pride, Quarantine, Respect, Restaurant, Special Talent, Sports, Stepping Up, Support, Sweet, Tech, Video, Youth

Filed under: Gay+



This 7-year-old is making and delivering care packages to the elderly shut in by the coronavirus 


Cavanaugh Bell is a 7-year-old on a mission: "To help other people and let them know that I got their back," he told CNN.

At a time when senior citizens must stay in to avoid the coronavirus, the spirited boy in Gaithersburg, Maryland, decided to make them care packages.

"The packages include toilet paper, some flushable wipes, hygiene products and a bunch of food," he said.

'She's my best friend'

The idea came when Bell realized his 74-year-old grandmother is in a high-risk age group for coronavirus.


Tags: Action, Charity, Children, Choices, Coronavirus, Environment, Etiquette, Fighting Back, Health, Heroism, Humanity, Lil' Daddy Squish, Parental Pride, Representation, Respect, Safety, Sweet

Filed under: Health/Food



Coronavirus-panicked dad locks son out of house after spring break trip 


Two weeks ago, Matt Levine’s immediate concerns centered on where to find the best happy hour and coolest DJ. Now, he just wants his coronavirus-panicked dad to let him back in the house.

While residents in his hometown of Nanuet, NY, were hunkering down to avoid corona, 21-year-old Matt and his friends from Springfield College in Massachusetts hit up spring break in South Padre Island, Texas — and stayed there against the advice of his father, Peter Levine.

“I spoke with him every day and told him that maybe they should come home,” Peter, 52, and a salesman, told The Post. “I was aggravated. The news here was getting worse and worse. Matt sent me pictures of him and his friends congregating outdoors and listening to live music. It’s the scene you would not want to be in.”

Finally, Peter told Matt and his buddies that they could not stay at the family home after the trip, as they’d planned. “His grandparents live here and there is no need to expose them to god knows what he had been exposed to!” Peter explained.

NY Post

Miami Resident, Winter Party Attendee Israel Carreras Dies of COVID-19

Tags: Action, Backlash, Contagion, Coronavirus, Death, Environment, Etiquette, Family, Gay, LGBTQ, Parental Pride, Parties, Respect, Responsibility, Safety, Unruly Child, Youth

Filed under: Health/Food



Student: My mom is the only one in our Trump-loving family who supports me as gay 


LGBT+ people are increasingly celebrating their allies but some may only have one ally in their family.

That’s the story one gay student has shared on Reddit earlier today and it’s generating a lot of love for his mom.

‘Anxiouscharlie’ posted this message along with the cute photo of him and his mom:

‘My mom and I. I come from a Trump-loving conservative “Christian” family.

‘She is the only who supports me as gay. She’s as big of a Bernie fan as I am, followed me to CA, encourages me to date boys, and is moving to Mexico City with me after college.


Tags: All Rights, Celebration, Family, Gay, LGBTQ, Parental Pride, Politics, Pride, Support, Treatment, Youth

Filed under: Gay+



Just A Bunch Of Awesome Parents Supporting Their Kids During Pride 


People in the LGBTQ community don’t always have the support of their families. But there are many parents who embrace their LGBTQ kids.

During Pride Month, countless parents attended parades and other celebrations with their LGBTQ children or participated in their honor. Here are some uplifting photos of supportive parents at Pride events around the world...


Tags: All Rights, Celebration, Environment, Equality, Family, Inspired, Parental Pride, Politics, Pride, Respect, Support, Sweet, World

Filed under: Gay+



LGBTQ+ Athletes Star in Powerful New Nike Film for Pride Month 


Nike returns with a short film featuring several larger-than-life LGBTQ+ athletes for its BeTrue campaign during Pride month.

The film is a call to encourage athletes who dare to compete, whether or not they are on a level playing field with the other athletes in their sport. Professional athletes like WNBA star Sue Bird probably know a thing or two about the ways women are treated on and off the court, versus their male counterparts.

“For female athletes in a league that’s trying to grow in the U.S., the ‘rules’ we’re following are geared toward men,” Bird of the Seattle Storm, told Out on Wednesday. “So that might be the WNBA versus the NBA, and some of the ways they view us, or the standards they want to have. Things have always been done a certain way, and it’s never been thoughtful for different groups of people, so how can you succeed in that world?”


Gay Son Takes His Proud Dad to L.A. Pride

NYC park steps to become city’s largest Pride flag

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Awareness, Business, Celebration, Environment, Equality, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Film, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Parental Pride, Pride, Sports, Video

Filed under: Gay+



Does Federal Law Protect LGBTQ People? This Poll Reveals A Serious Misconception 


According to a new survey, almost half of all Americans wrongly believe that federal law protects LGBTQ people from discrimination. In a Reuters/Ipsos poll released Tuesday, 45% of respondents incorrectly claimed that federal anti-discrimination protections apply to LGBTQ Americans, when in fact, no such protections exist due to longstanding opposition from conservatives.

“When you talk to people across the country, regardless of where they stand on LGBTQ equality, so many don’t know that in 30 states LGBTQ people are still at are risk of being fired solely because of their gender identity or sexual orientation,” Charlotte Clymer, the Human Rights Campaign's press secretary for rapid response, told Reuters. “These things are flying under the radar for most Americans.”



Years and Years star Dino Fetscher on the “vital importance” of LGBTQ representation

This Dad Gave Out Hundreds of Hugs at the Pittsburgh Pride Parade, and the Photos Are So Emotional

Africa is doing better on LGBTQ rights than you think

Christian hate-preachers plan anti-LGBTI conference during Orlando Pride

Tags: Affection, All Rights, Americans, Awareness, Biology, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Gay Rights, Hate, Health, Homophobia, Ignorance, Interference, LGBTQ, Men In Charge, Parental Pride, Perception, Policy, Poll, Pride, Religion, Representation, Science, Support, Sweet, TV Gay Swatch, World

Filed under: Gay+



Boys can wear skirts, girls can wear pants for school uniforms in Mexico City 


‘We are announcing something very simple but for us very transcendent. I think the times have passed in which girls have to wear a skirt and boys have to wear pants,’ Sheinbaum said.

‘Boys can wear skirts if they want and girls can wear trousers if they want.’

According to her comments, the new policy will come into effect immediately. It does away with the old policy stating ‘just as the skirt is the basic garment of a girl’s daily school uniform, so trousers are for boys’.

Sheinbaum, who is a member of the left-wing political Morena party, described the policy as ‘a condition of equality, of equity’.

Education Minister Esteban Moctezuma supported Sheinbaum’s decision. He also suggested other states in the North American country may soon follow suit.

Gay Star News

Tags: All Rights, Children, Education, Environment, Fashion, Modernization, Parental Pride, Preference, Sex Identity, Support

Filed under: Gay+



Anime Did Not Make My Son Gay


No, anime did not make my son gay. He’s bisexual, anyway. Anime didn’t “do” that to him either. I won’t link to certain places online that contain ludicrous opinions about how children can be “made” gay (or on the spectrum of LGBTQ) because of the friends they choose, the toys they play with, or the entertainment they enjoy. I won’t give those ignorant people more traffic. My son watched lots of shows, including anime. He is bisexual. My daughter watched lots of shows, including anime. She is straight. A study of n=2, but if you want to get into the latest science of why homosexuality is a natural expression of humanity, check out this article based on a TED talk by James O’Keefe. Back to anime.

When my children were young, I returned to college and befriended a group of geeks who introduced me to anime and manga. I distinctly remember seeing manga once in high school on Long Island in the ’90s: A Chinese exchange student brought in an oddly thick and small comic book. When I asked him about it, he explained that in Asia comics were books called “manga” and, even though cartoons were mostly for children in America, that wasn’t the case in Asia, where manga and “anime” were created for all age groups. I remember the cover looking a bit racy and he bashfully explained that this particular manga was definitely not for kids.

Geek Mom

Tags: Animate, Bi, Discovery, Entertainment, Environment, Gay, History, Parental Burden, Parental Pride, Parenting, Portrait, Sex, Sex Identity, Standing Up, Youth

Filed under: Gay+



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