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How Homosexuals Convert Others To Homosexuality
How Homosexuals Convert Others
‘Chilling’ Details About Abuser’s Grooming of Young Men
‘I don’t like your d***’
Man Legally Changed Gender to Gain Custody of His Kids
I stopped taking the pill — now I’m gay
'De-programming' children from woke indoctrination
Therapist brags about using threat of child suicide
'It's like Nazi-era experiments'
Professor Tells Students to 'Watch Gay Porn' to Embrace their Fluidity
I'm de-transitioning after realising 'woke' culture influences impressionable teens
All five officers fired over the death of Tyre Nichols have been charged
Five fired Memphis police officers were charged on Thursday with second-degree murder over the death of Tyre Nichols - who died three days after being beaten during a January 7 traffic stop.
Demetrius Haley, Tadarrius Bean, Desmond Mills, Jr., Emmitt Martin III and Justin Smith, who are all black, are now in custody.
All five officers
Horrific bodycam video
Thousands descend amid calls by Antifa for violence
Memphis Police Chief Cerelyn Davis fired
While Europeans did engage in some slave raiding, the majority of people who were transported to the Americas were enslaved by other Africans
The overwhelming majority of slaves sold to Europeans had not been slaves in Africa. They were free people who were captured in war or were victims of banditry or were enslaved as punishment for certain crimes.
Most professional slave traders, however, set up bases along the west African coast where they purchased slaves from Africans in exchange for firearms and other goods. Before the end of the seventeenth century, England, France, Denmark, Holland, and Portugal had all established slave trading posts on the west African coast.
Americas were enslaved by other Africans
Black Lives Matter mutiny
'My Nigerian great-grandfather sold slaves'
9-year-old being sold for marriage to 55-year-old man
More than 96% of modern slavery crime reports do not result in charges
San Francisco’s $5m slavery reparations payment condemned
Child migrants racially abused and threatened with violence
Mob descends on Mindy Kaling for LIKING tweet by JK
'I read my most recent royalty cheques and find the pain goes away pretty quickly,' she responded.'
Mob descends on MK
Arab-Americans form alliance with GOP in bid to ban explicit LGBT books
Brian Cox ‘proud’ of Scotland’s gender identification law and defends JK
Kemi Badenoch appoints anti-trans JK Rowling fan
Tweet Took Mark Hamill From Beloved Actor to 'Transphobic' Enemy
Mark Hamill has said Twitter is “no place for nuance”
Trans activists canceled her over ‘Harry Potter’ fandom
Gaming forum bans all mention of ‘Hogwarts Legacy’
Cab driver, 52, beaten to death by raging teens
Porter faces gang assault and theft charges. Investigators are still looking for the three other teen girls, through to be aged 13, 15, and 16, involved.
Cab driver, 52, beaten to death by raging teens
NYC thug, 55, put on gloves to knock out diner
Gov. Hochul personally orders ARREST of NYC 'gloved beast'
Progressives have spawned a bloody war on the streets
Man steals $250 from 64-year-old victim in wheelchair
OLDER L.A. COUPLE BRUTALLY ATTACKED
Fox News Weatherman Severely Beaten
Student ‘slave auctions’ illustrate the existence of a hidden culture of domination and subjugation in US schools
“They needed another person to be in the video, and being the only Black person left in the locker room, they all turned to me,” one of the Black students said. “I made it clear I didn’t want to do it and tried to leave, but wasn’t able to.”
Clad in their underwear and with their eyes downcast, the three were paraded through the locker room and put on an auction block. At least one of the Black teens had a belt representing a noose looped around his neck.
One of the parents, Ashley Palmer, posted on Facebook that her son had been “sold” by his classmates.
Student ‘slave auctions’
Bullying of LGBTQ students on the rise
Audience member shouts racial slur during concert
Child welfare investigations are a constant threat
Speaker Among orders probe into gay activities
The 10 countries where slavery is most prevalent:
the Central African Republic.
Haiti spirals towards anarchy
Brooklyn Judge Agrees to Resign
‘If you had money, you had slaves’
Joe Manganiello finds out he's descended from slaves
Manganiello had known that his great-grandmother was a survivor of the Armenian genocide and his great-grandfather was a German officer, but he had never been able to find out his identity. Until Finding Your Roots. That officer's name was Karl Wilhelm Beutinger, and he already had a wife and three kids back in Germany, one of whom—his eldest son, Manganiello's great uncle—grew up to be a Nazi SS officer during World War II.
Joe Manganiello finds out
Migrants are 'drinking all day,' 'having sex in the stairs' in taxpayer-funded New York hotels
An employee at Row, one of New York City's best-known hotels, became a whistleblower Wednesday after he released video and photos of illegal immigrants trashing the hotel and leaving fresh food out to rot.
Rodriguez shared videos of fresh, "good food" sitting out to rot in trash bags because "the migrants don’t want to eat them."
"They said they don’t like it," he said. "This is all food that is going to waste. This is insane."
Migrants are 'drinking all day'
NYC can’t cater to migrants’ ‘cultural taste’ on food
Marco Murillo, 13, stabbed to death outside Chick-fil-A
Children dying in Somalia as food catastrophe worsens
More than 200,000 Somalis are suffering catastrophic food shortages and many are dying of hunger, with that number set to rise to over 700,000 next year.
Children dying in Somalia
Activist demanding $800,000 for every black resident
BLM-backed candidate sentenced to 22 months in prison
Wells Fargo VP faces charges after peeing on a woman during a flight
Shankar Mishra, a former vice president for the Indian subsidiary of Wells Fargo, was arrested on Saturday after a search by police and was charged with sexual harassment, obscenity, and "insulting the modesty of a woman."
...peeing on a woman
I’m Never Going To Let Anti-LGBTQ Discrimination Happen On My Watch
Charles Barkley reflected on his passion for LGBTQ advocacy this week, vowing never “to sit back and let discrimination happen on my watch.”
Appearing on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Wednesday, the basketball legend recalled the time he convinced the NBA to move its 2017 All-Star Game out of Charlotte in response to North Carolina’s passage of House Bill 2.
“I think anytime you’re Black, you’ve got to stand up for other people,” he said. “Black people know what discrimination is like. If you’re in a position of power, you’ve got to always stand up against discrimination. I’ve been blessed.”
I’m Never Going To Let...
When Charles Barkley caught flak from Black community
Woman says 'rushed' gender reassignment treatment left her suicidal
Keira Bell is taking the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust to court over the treatment she received for gender dysphoria, a condition where a person experiences distress due to a mismatch between their biological sex and their gender identity.
The 23-year-old, who used to identify as a boy, said the puberty-delaying drugs and testosterone prescribed to her have irreversibly damaged her physical and mental health.
Ms Bell started receiving treatment, including hormone blockers, after "roughly three sessions" at the Tavistock Centre. She says at the time she had "no doubt" she wanted to become a boy.
Ms Bell described her decision to transition as a teenager as a "coping mechanism" and says there was "no real investigation" into the other mental health issues she was going through at the time.
Gender reassignment treatment left her suicidal
More than 50% of trans and non-binary youth in US considered suicide
Why detransitioners are crucial to the science of gender care
When My Chinese Trans Identity Gets Lost in Translation
Gender dysphoria should be treated like anorexia
Michelle Yeoh reveals she wants, but doesn't need, an Oscar
Michelle Yeoh, star of the hit action film "Everything Everywhere All at Once," has been named 2022's Icon of the Year by Time.
Michelle Yeoh reveals she wants
‘Please Kiss Me’
According to the K-pop crooner, the “Old Town Road” singer did at least say “hi” and offer a quick compliment to Holland, who says he attempted to keep the conversation going. “Lil Nas X told me I have a good hairstyle,” he said. “I told him, ‘Give me a kiss’ or something like that. ‘Please kiss me!’ But, no …”
‘Please Kiss Me’