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Man sends penis pic to all passengers on plane
A man on a Southwest flight reportedly AirDropped a sexually explicit photo to all passengers on Saturday — leading to police waiting to escort him off the plane upon his arrival.
Man sends penis pic
Man, 51, is arrested for 'sexually assaulting girl under 16 on flight
Police arrest man in strangulation, attempted sex assault of teen
Passenger arrested after striking attendant
Woman is restrained and handcuffed on American Airlines
Here's exactly how restricting abortion harms public health
This week, Alabama’s governor signed the most extreme anti-abortion bill in the country, effectively banning the procedure. It’s just one of a host of new laws restricting abortion: including one by the Missouri senate which passed a bill banning abortion after eight weeks, and one signed by the governor of Georgia banning abortion after six weeks, before most people would know that they’re pregnant.
Even though they’ve been signed by the governors, the Alabama and Georgia laws are not yet in effect—people can still get legal abortions in these states. And there is still a constitutional right to abortion in the United States. However, access to safe abortion varies widely across the country: Some states have laws that restrict the number of clinics that can provide abortion services, for example, or require people to wait a certain amount of time between a counseling appointment and the procedure, which is medically unnecessary. As these laws are challenged and the abortion conversation continues, it’s important to recognize that restricting abortion can have significant repercussions for people who can become pregnant.
How restricting abortion harms public health
'Every Pregnancy Is a Risk of Harm': How Criminalizing Miscarriage Could Play Out
‘White men’s opinions are irrelevant’
Rattlesnakes are thriving here, according to a recent joint Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and University of Michigan study, which reveals that the seven species of rattlesnakes found in California are among the fastest growing animal population in state.
States with the most gun violence share one trait
Sheep sentenced to 3 years in prison for killing a woman
Fish off the coast of Florida are testing positive for ANTIDEPRESSANTS
Nine-year-old wakes up from coma after being brutally attacked by a cougar
Sloth bear kills and eats couple
Child Stabbed In The Chest By A Catfish
San Diego Humane Society to Quarantine Animals
Bear pops beach ball, leading to an ‘attack’
465 people have gotten sick after interacting with pet poultry
New CDC data show many teens suffering from poor mental health because of parents
Challenges for teens came in all forms. The data show 55 percent of high school students experienced emotional abuse by a parent or other adult in the home. That included swearing at, insulting, or putting down the student.
Ex-National Guardsman arrested 'for posting that he wanted to shoot children
Child welfare boss sent five rescued Turpin children to live with a pedophile
Hope Solo, 40, is arrested for DWI and child abuse
10 families who are swearing off Disney
If you have one of these mugs you are a loser!
Parents sue after school graduates son who can't read
HS student's head forced into boy's restroom toilet as observers laugh
'Mob attack' in high school included crying, trampled teachers and 'kids jumping off
Unanswered report of Davis Schools' bullying allegations
Michigan cop who pulled over elderly man for speeding ends up setting up his TV
Dashcam footage captured the emotional exchange where David told Officer Coates his wife is sick and their son is suffering from mental illness.
Michigan cop who pulled over elderly man for speeding ends up setting up his TV
Morgan Freeman rejects defunding the police
NYPD cop in his 40s is seen in bodycam footage chasing 15-year-old robber off Brooklyn subway train
A Year After ‘Defund,’ Police Departments Get Their Money Back
Seattle parents finally upset that district booted police from schools
Jarhead takes down airhead
Why I don't have a child: society isn't built for motherhood
I was 31 the last time I got pregnant. And after a lifetime of certainty that I did not want to be a mother, I felt an unexpected thing, cutting through the panic and the nausea: happiness.
Every morning since an intuitive nudge sent me to fetch a pregnancy test from the drugstore, my breasts oddly sore and my stomach in a low-level but constant state of turbulence, I would wake up with the thought: “I can do this. I want to do this.”
By the time I fell asleep at night, I was sure there was no possible way I could do this, this being raising a child on my own.
There has been a lot of hand-wringing about declining birth rates, the lowest in more than 30 years, across all race and class divides. We’re told millennial women “choosing” not to have children will be bad for the economy, it will be bad for the ageing baby boomer population, it will be bad for the real estate market. According to Forbes, it’s bad for older women desperate for grandchildren. But are people actually deciding to delay families, or are they finding themselves in unstable situations where the addition of a child seems unworkable? The reasons given when op-ed writers bother to ask millennials – too much debt, not enough financial security, a romantic market that is as rocky as the job market – point more to the latter.
If everyone makes it into the world safely, things that used to be taken for granted are now scarce resources one might fight and compete for. Vitally important systems like decent childcare, education and healthcare has disappeared, leaving parents to choose between inadequate choices or sacrificing untold amounts of money, time and energy to compete the limited amount of something better.
Why I don't have a child
Mom’s Super Honest Post About Being a Stay-at-Home Parent Goes Viral
'Vile-Mouthed' Son Forced to Apologize After Harassing Supermarket Employees
My Neighbors Keep Sending Their Grandkid Over to Use Our Pool Uninvited
French man accused of molesting 305 Indonesian children
The New Film Exposing Hollywood’s Child-Abuse Epidemic
Drama queen! Hilarious moment girl cries and claims father's hair-brushing hurts - before he has even started
New Jersey Homeowner Arrested For Allegedly Hosting Pop-Up Wedding
A Lakewood, New Jersey homeowner was arrested Friday by police for allegedly violating the state’s recently enacted ban on gatherings of 50 or more people.
Eliyohu Zaks, 49, reportedly hosted a pop-up wedding at his home that included more than 50 attendees, a violation of the ban enacted by Democratic New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy in an effort to curtail the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Sexual assault is a consequence of how society is organized
The Department of Education is about to release new rules about how schools must deal with sexual harassment, stalking, and sexual assault. There's a lot that's disastrous about this interpretation of Title IX, which is supposed to promote equal access to education for women.
But what's largely missing from both the rules and the flood of public criticism they are generating is a discussion about prevention. This is typical of the national discourse about sexual assault on campus and beyond, and of the broader conversations in this era of #MeToo. The singular focus on adjudication reflects two assumptions.
The first is that victims frequently fabricate claims of sexual assault; all the evidence suggests that false accusations are rare. The second is that sexual assaults happen because of "bad" or "sociopathic" people. The only way to deal with them is through punishment harsh enough to strike sufficient fear into those who commit or want to commit assaults.
But what if the most sexual assaults were “normal”? Not in the sense that it’s acceptable, but in the sense that it’s often something that everyday people do— a predictable, if awful, a consequence of how society is organized. In doing the research for our book, Sexual Citizens, that’s exactly what we found. And there’s an important consequence to this finding: we’re not going to punish our way out of these normal assaults.
Parents may object that talking about sex is awkward, or that it's the children themselves who shut down the conversations. But many parents are frequently the source of much discomfort.
When they choose words like "hoo-hoo" or "pee-pee" instead of vulva and penis, they are communicating that some body parts are unspeakably shameful. Children learn very early that sex is not something they can talk about, especially with their families.
Sexual assault is a consequence of how society is organized
MA Professor Charged With Raping Student Tried to Make Another His ‘Personal Prostitute’: Cops
Yale doctor was named 'diversity and inclusion' chair after being accused of sexual harassment, lawsuit says
Nicki Minaj’s Husband Registers As Sex Offender In California After Being Arrested For Allegedly Failing To Do So
Pet Dog Mauled Woman, Viciously Bit Arm, Euthanized
A dog viciously attacked a 23-year-old woman in Coseley, a suburban area in the north of the Dudley Metropolitan Borough, in the English West Midlands. The incident took place Sunday, local media reports said.
The dog allegedly bit the woman's arm forcing the woman to undergo surgery. The owner of the dog had to euthanize the dog following the attack.
Woman wakes up in hotel, finds snake on her arm: 'I won't be sleeping for a while after this'
Police Shoot, Kill Suspect's Dog For 'Aggressively Barking' At Them
Tiger beaten to death by villagers in India
'I Knew That Those Animals Were Going to Kill Someone': Tenn. Man Mauled to Death by Pack of Dogs
No, Your Dog Isn’t Your Baby
Excuse Me, Ma’am — Your Dog Is a Bully
Dog Mauls 10-Year-Old Girl After Jumping Fence, Boy Saves Sister's Life
Pet Dog Mauled 2-Year-Old Boy To Death, Mother Charged With Reckless Homicide
In a horrific incident, a pet dog mauled a 2-year-old to death in Louisville, Kentucky. On Tuesday, three people were indicted following the deadly dog attack.
The dog's owners — Jack Charpring Jr., 50, and Sharon Charpring, 53, — were charged with second-degree manslaughter in connection with the May 2 attack, according to Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney Jeff Cooke. The victim's mother, 25-year-old Jennifer Geiling, was charged with reckless homicide.
Authorities said the child was attacked by the dog in the Chickasaw neighborhood. The child, identified as Isaiah Geiling, was rushed to Norton Children’s Hospital after he was viciously bitten by the animal. However, doctors declared him dead a few minutes after arrival. The coroner said the child died of blunt force injuries.
Dog Owner Abandons Pet For Having 'Illicit Relationship' With Neighbor's Canine
American Airlines flight attendant bitten by emotional support dog, requires five stitches
Bullying, sexual assault led to student's suicide after school staff didn't intervene: Lawsuit
A New York City high schooler who took her own life after she was allegedly bullied and forced to perform sexual acts on other students had experienced the abuse since she began attending the school, and school staff knew about it but did not intervene, a lawsuit by the girl's parents alleges.
Mya Vizcarrondo-Rios jumped 34 stories from the roof of her apartment building with her backpack still on shortly after 2 p.m. on Feb. 28, 2018, and was pronounced dead at the hospital about an hour later. She was 15 years old.
Emaciated 12-Year-Old Boy Was Shackled In Bathtub With Dog Shock Collar On Before His Death, Investigators Say
Body believed to be missing 5-year-old Utah girl found hours after uncle is charged with murder: Police
New York man accused of killing daughter-in-law added to FBI's 10 Most Wanted
'Hundreds of bugs' in child's backpack leads to Florida mom's arrest
A Florida woman was arrested last week after her children's poor hygiene at school prompted a sheriff's office inquiry revealing living conditions unfit for children.
Jessica Stevenson, 33, of Milton, was arrested Friday and charged with child neglect without causing great bodily harm. Her bond was set at $12,500.
According to her arrest report, a staffer at Bagdad Elementary School reported on three siblings who attended the school to the Florida Department of Children and Families.
The employee said she’d noticed a second-grade student wearing the same clothing for an entire week in April and that the child’s body odor was hard to ignore, the report stated
The employee questioned the second-grader as to when their last bath had been, the report stated. The student replied they did not know.
VEGAN PARENTS FACE JAIL OVER MALNOURISHED BABY: FATHER VICTIM OF A 'VEGAN AND ANTI-VAX WITCH HUNT,' LAWYER SAYS
Airline Passenger Arrested After Confrontation With Crew Over Vomit In Daughter's Seat
A Frontier Airlines passenger was removed from a flight and arrested following a confrontation with a flight attendant after she complained about vomit in her daughter's seat. A video was shared online Wednesday showing the incident that took place Saturday on the flight from Las Vegas to North Carolina.
Rosetta Swinney said her flight to Raleigh-Durham had already been delayed so staff could clean the plane but when she boarded the plane, she noticed her daughter’s seat was still dirty.
"She jumped up to say mom! ‘My hands are wet,’” Swinney told local media WTVD-TV. “She smelled it. She says 'this is vomit, mom.' So we went to look. It was on the bag, all over her shirt, her hands.”
The 53-year-old said she told the flight attendant about it but her requests were ignored following which she had a confrontation with the crew. Following the confrontation, the airline called authorities who handcuffed the woman. Swinney's 14-year-old daughter was heard crying in the video as she watched her mother getting arrested.
Teen Says Apple’s Facial Recognition Got Him Wrongfully Arrested
Sounds About Right
A New York teen suing Apple for $1 billion claims its facial-recognition system falsely linked him to a series of thefts and caused him to be arrested for a crime he didn’t commit.
The twist: an Apple spokesperson told Gizmodo that such a facial recognition system doesn’t even exist. If Apple is telling the truth, it’s possible the lawsuit filed on Monday is based on mere speculation.
But even if that is the case, the suit still serves as evidence that American citizens find it easy to believe that one of the world’s biggest tech companies uses facial recognition to keep tabs on them.
US AIRPORTS WILL SCAN 97% OF OUTBOUND FLYERS’ FACES WITHIN 4 YEARS
Woman, 76, Is Attacked by Pack of Dogs While Attending Funeral, as Owner Is Charged
A South Carolina woman has been arrested after a pack of her dogs escaped from her home and attacked a 76-year-old mourner attending a nearby funeral, PEOPLE confirms.
On Monday, five of Daisy Ann Anderson’s 17 dogs ran off from her home in Duncanthis link opens in a new tab and attacked an elderly woman attending a funeral for her brother-in-law at nearby Wood Memorial Park, local TV station WYFF reports.
The woman, who has not been publicly identified, was bending over to fix the flowers on another grave in the cemetery belonging to her deceased husband when the dogs attacked her, she told WYFF.
“I knew right away they were not friendly dogs,” she told WYFF. “They were like a wolf-pack.”