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Majority of queer men and women refuse to have sex with a partner with ungroomed pubic hair, eye-opening study says 

 

An eye-opening study found that, when it comes to pubic hair, more than half of queer men and women would refuse to have sex with a partner who is ungroomed, you know, downstairs.

The study from Save.Health surveyed 1,207 people, where around 11 per cent were queer men and 11 per cent were queer women.

Around 58 per cent of queer men and 65 per cent of queer women told survey taskers that they believe grooming their pubic hair makes them more sexually attractive

To add to this, 51 per cent of queer men and 59 per cent of queer women said they were not willing to have sex with a partner who is ungroomed.

Of course, when it comes to pubic hair, the researchers stressed: “Our recommendation, in true Lizzo form, if they don’t like your natural hair, kick them out the door.”

Pink News

Tags: Beauty, Clean, Etiquette, Hair, LGBTQ, Privilege, Relationships, Sex, Statistics, Trim

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28-May-2020


Despite lockdown orders, murder rates are rising in cities across America 

 

The Police Executive Research Forum examined data on crime in 30 US cities for the period from March 16 to April 12. The law enforcement think tank found that murders increased in nine cities over the same four-week period last year.

Nashville reported the biggest bump, a 233% increase, from 4 homicides in 2019 to 14 in 2020.

Often "the victims and suspects knew or likely knew each other, or had been engaged in some type of dispute," Metropolitan Nashville Police Department spokesperson Don Aaron told Insider.

The PERF report also found varying increases in Baltimore; San Diego; Denver; Detroit; New Rochelle, New York; Charleston, South Carolina; Newark, New Jersey; and Prince George's County, Maryland.

Cities not included in the study have also seen spikes.

New York City reported 67% more homicides in April 2020 than April 2019, an "incredibly troubling" number of which resulted from domestic violence, NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea told 1010 WINS.

Insider

False news swirls around Minneapolis officer in fatal arrest

Tags: All Rights, Arrest, Crime, Death, Enforcement, Environment, Etiquette, Injury, Investigation, Lifestyle, Police, Politics, Racial Tension, Statistics, Surgery, Threat, Treatment, Victims, Violence, Warning

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27-May-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

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25-May-2020


Naked murder suspect fights with police after allegedly mutilating his gay victim’s testicles and cutting open his stomach 

 

Murder suspect Aljo Mrkulic fought police officers while naked after attempting to set fire to his gay victim’s apartment, according to a police report.

Mrkulic is facing first-degree murder, assault, and arson charges over the killing of Christopher Rodriguez in East Harlem, New York City, on Saturday.

Aljo Mrkulic allegedly mutilated his victim before attacking police while naked.

Pink News

Leaked Zoom call exposes Azerbaijani politicians’ open homophobia as they regret ‘that Hitler did not exterminate the gays’

A 66-year-old Nebraska woman sued all “homosexuals”

Gay and bi men are very horny but abstaining from hook-ups during lockdown 19 MAY 2020

Employers seek gender, sexuality details

This News Anchor Was Attacked for Being Gay, Police Say

Ellen is at “the end of her rope” after multiple accusations of being the “Queen of Mean”

Tags: Anguish, Arrest, Attack, Business, Celebrity, Celibacy, Court, Employment, Gay, Gender, Injury, LGBTQ, Murder, Police, Relationships, Sin, Statistics, Threat, Torture, Violence, World

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19-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


Black people in UK four times more likely to die of COVID-19: ONS 

 

Black people in the United Kingdom are more than four times as likely to die from coronavirus than white people, the UK's statistics office said on Thursday.

Those of Bangladeshi and Pakistani ethnicity also have a significantly higher chance of dying from COVID-19 than white people, even when adjusting for deprivation, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.

Aljazeera

HISPANICS LOST JOBS AT HIGHER RATES DUE TO CORONAVIRUS CRISIS AND LATINO GROUPS ARE SCRAMBLING TO TRY TO FILL THE GAPS

U.S. NEWS Video shows New Jersey police using batons, pepper spray to break up crowd

Sheriff won't enforce lockdown order: 'I refuse to make criminals out of business owners' for exercising rights

CORONAVIRUS 3 McDonald's workers hurt after customer attack over coronavirus limits, Oklahoma police say

California identifies nail salons as source of coronavirus community spread, Gov. Newsom says

The beach-going Grim Reaper on his Florida protest: 'Someone has to stand up'

Tags: $, Beauty, Business, Charity, Coronavirus, Cultural, Death, Employment, Enforcement, Environment, Exclusivity, Fear, Guns/Toys, Health, Injury, Leaders, Lifestyle, Nature, Overpopulation, Police, Politics, Population Control, Protest, Race, Rampage, Restaurant, Safety, Social Distancing, Statistics, Study, Unemployment, Violence, Vulnerable, World

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07-May-2020


Child Sexual Abuse Reports Are On The Rise Amid Lockdown Orders 

 

There has been a rise in the number of minors contacting the National Sexual Assault Hotline to report abuse. That's according to RAINN, the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network, which runs the hotline.

By the end of March, with much of the country under lockdown, there was a 22% increase in monthly calls from people younger than 18, and half of all incoming contacts were from minors. That's a first in RAINN's history, Camille Cooper, the organization's vice president of public policy, tells NPR.

Of those young people who contacted the hotline in March, 67% identified their perpetrator as a family member and 79% said they were currently living with that perpetrator. In 1 out of 5 cases where the minor was living with their abuser, RAINN assisted the minor in immediately contacting police.

npr

Fla. Woman Who Lost Dad to Gun Violence in 2003 Is Fatally Shot, and Police Say She Knew Killer

Report: SFPD make grisly discovery in Outer Sunset home

Teen Allegedly Shoots Her Stepmother, Who Was 9 Months Pregnant, In The Head After Assaulting 11-Year-Old Stepbrother

Revealed: Prisoner who shocked Boris Johnson on a tour of jails when x-ray revealed he had hidden a Kinder egg stuffed with drugs inside him

Caretaker steals engagement ring from elderly woman dying of coronavirus

Tags: Abuse, Children, Drugs, Family, Guns/Toys, Investigation, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Murder, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Parental Responsibility, Prison, Quarantine, Safety, Sentence, Sex, Statistics, Support, Surge, Theft, Threat, Thug, Violence, Vulnerable, Youth

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28-Apr-2020


The pandemic isn't changing crime like you'd expect 

 

Whatever you expect the COVID-19 pandemic to do to crime rates, it's probably not doing that.

Well, not exactly. There's no single story of coronavirus and crime. Some types of crime are increasing during the pandemic, while other crime rates are falling. Crime is up in some places and down in others. It will be tempting, not least for me, to cherry-pick coronavirus-era data to "prove" how our justice system should or shouldn't change, yet as with so much of the pandemic information available to us, right now caution is more warranted than certainty.

By far the most frequent headline claim about crime rates during the COVID-19 outbreak is that they're falling. That's not wrong, but neither is it complete. A USA Today survey of 20 police departments found all but one saw criminal incidents decline in the first two weeks of March as social distancing began. Further analysis of "crime data published by 53 law enforcement agencies in two dozen states" reinforced that trend, USA Today reported, finding law enforcement "logged dramatically fewer calls for service, crime incidents, and arrests" in those two weeks than in the six weeks prior. Residential burglary, robbery, assault, and murder all decreased. (Miami has not had a homicide in six weeks, for example, a record since 1964.)

But some falling crime rates aren't necessarily attributable to change in public behavior. Shifts in policing practice are rather responsible. COVID-19 is spreading within some police departments (notably, New York, Chicago, and Detroit), and in some cities, officers have been directed to avoid unnecessary contact with the public.

The Week

A 13-year-old Burien boy fatally shot a stranger because he ‘just felt like doing it,’ sheriff’s detectives say

Race Is the Most Frequent Motivation for Hate Crimes on College Campuses

Georgia Man Killed While Jogging and Family Demands Justice for His Death

Man Accused of Killing Wife Was Allegedly Dismembering Her When Police Came to Check on Her

EXCLUSIVE: Notorious pedophile ring leader back on streets

Genetic genealogy leads to arrest of man, 71, in a 1980 cold case murder of donut shop worker, 20, who was sexually assaulted and stabbed to death in her California apartment

Girl, 16, and her 19-year-old boyfriend 'hired a hitman to murder her stepfather after he caught them having sex'

Ky. Mom Who Texted 'I Am Very Scared' Has Vanished, and Professor Husband Is Charged with Murder

Man arrested after alleged domestic threats, 2-hour standoff

Tags: Arrest, Children, Coronavirus, Crime, Domestic Violence, Education, Employment, Environmentalist, Etiquette, Fear, Fluidity, Guns/Toys, Hate, History, Marriage, Minors, Missing, Murder, Nature, Parental Crime, Pederasty, Police, Protection, Racism, Release, Safety, Sex, Statistics, Training, Tread Carefully, Unruly Child, Violence, World, Youth

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27-Apr-2020


Younger blacks and Latinos are dying of COVID-19 at higher rates in California 

 

Black and Latino Californians ages 18 to 64 are dying more frequently of COVID-19 than their white and Asian counterparts relative to their share of the population, a Times analysis of state health department data shows.

Newly released figures on the grim toll of the novel coronavirus show once again profound disparities in people’s odds of survival that fall along racial and ethnic lines. In this case, the data also belie the conventional wisdom that old age is the primary risk factor for death.

When accounting for each group’s percentage of the population, blacks and Latinos under the age of 65 had a higher share of fatalities than even older blacks and Latinos. The trend is particularly noticeable among those age 18 to 49, The Times analysis found.

LA Times

Parents Hospitalized With COVID, Son Dies Alone on Sofa

A Detroit Medical Worker Died After Her Own Hospital Denied Her a Coronavirus Test 4 Times

Coronavirus: Thousands flock to beaches in California despite stay-at-home orders

Tags: Coronavirus, Death, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Family, Health, Lifestyle, Medical, Parental Burden, Pride, Quarantine, Race, Representation, Respect, Sacrifice, Sad, Safety, Statistics, Support, Surge, Survival, Treatment, Unity, Vulnerable, Warning

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26-Apr-2020


We are seeing a surge of vulnerability to violence amid pandemic: NGO CEO 

 

Gary Haugen of International Justice Mission sees an increase of violence against the vulnerable people in three areas: domestic violence, online sexual exploitation of children and human trafficking.

CNBC

Tags: Crime, Environment, Hostility, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Minors, Parental Burden, Parental Responsibility, Sex, Slavery, Statistics, Surge, Threat, Victims

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25-Apr-2020


Black Americans 'epicenter' of coronavirus crisis made worse by lack of insurance 


 

New data has revealed that the novel coronavirus kills black Americans at a disproportionately high rate. At a White House briefing Tuesday, President Donald Trump called the disparity "terrible" and a "tremendous challenge."

The insight comes as some states have released mortality data based on race and ethnicity. On average, black Americans are less likely than other groups to have health insurance, and because of other historic barriers accessing health care, may be more likely to have an underlying chronic health conditions that could put them at a higher risk for COVID-19.

"It has been disproportional. They are getting hit very, very hard," President Trump said at Tuesday’s briefing, referring specifically to the disproportionate sickness and deaths from coronavirus in black communities across the country.

ABC News

Tags: $, All Rights, Awareness, Community, Concern, Coronavirus, Discrimination, Environment, Health, Insurance, No more Heroes, Overpopulation, Parental Burden, Politics, Population Control, Poverty, Privilege, Race, Sad, Safety, Statistics

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09-Apr-2020


Baltimore’s Gangs Aren’t Going To Let Some Coronavirus Slow Them Down 

 

Social distancing may be helpful in slowing the spread of a virus, but it doesn’t do a thing in terms of gang violence because six feet is still considered a very short range when aiming a handgun. That may be the lesson coming out of Charm City as the pandemic grinds on. Private businesses and schools may be shut down, but the gang bangers still out there murdering each other with abandon. The body count in Baltimore from gang warfare is still leaving the coronavirus in the dust.

Hot Air

Baltimore man killed while streaming party on Facebook Live

Watch as heartless thief steals child's birthday balloons from outside home during lockdown

Tags: Covidiot, Crime, Environment, Guns/Toys, Hate, Inhumanity, Insensitivity, Interference, Lifestyle, Murder, No more Heroes, Overpopulation, Parental Crime, Parties, Police, Self Interest, Social Distancing, Statistics, Supremacy, Surge, Theft, Threat, Thug, Violence, World, Youth

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06-Apr-2020


Coronavirus hits poor, minority communities harder 

 

The coronavirus doesn't discriminate, but minorities and low-income families are bearing the brunt.

Why it matters: The impact of the coronavirus is reflecting the racial and socioeconomic disparities of the cities where it’s spreading and the health care system that’s struggling to contain it.

The big picture: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week called the virus “the great equalizer,” because anyone can get it. And while it’s true everyone’s at risk, New York itself is a stark illustration of just how unequal the virus’ toll really is.

The highest concentration of cases in New York City are in neighborhoods in Queens with large immigrant populations and low average incomes, according to city data analyzed by the Wall Street Journal.

And New York is not alone.

By the numbers: Nationwide demographic data aren’t available, and the quality of state and local recordkeeping varies widely. But the clear trend in preliminary data from multiple metro areas is hard to ignore.

The county that contains Charlotte, N.C. is about 33% black, but black residents make up roughly 44% of its coronavirus cases, according to the Charlotte Observer.

AXIOS

Doctors say India must prepare for an 'onslaught' as one of Asia's biggest slums reports first coronavirus death

Bodies are being left in the streets in an overwhelmed Ecuadorian city

Early Data Shows African Americans Have Contracted and Died of Coronavirus at an Alarming Rate

‘Children in a dog cage’: how coronavirus puts Asia’s most vulnerable at greater risk of homelessness, human trafficking

‘We could get wiped out’: American Indians have the highest rates of diseases that make covid-19 more lethal

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Children, Community, Coronavirus, Death, Environment, Lifestyle, Neglect, Parental Burden, Politics, Population Control, Poverty, Preservation, Privilege, Race, Representation, Sad, Safety, Statistics, Survival, Threat, Tragedy, Treatment, Vulnerable, World

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04-Apr-2020


Don Lemon Bursts Into Tears While Discussing Friend & Co-Worker Chris Cuomo's Coronavirus Diagnosis 

 

CNN anchor Don Lemon got emotional Tuesday night while talking with his friend and fellow news anchor Chris Cuomo, who has tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

After discussing what people can do if they cannot pay their mortgages or rents with colleague Bianna Golodryga on CNN Tonight with Don Lemon, the host started to tear up.

“I said I wasn’t going to do this,” Lemon, 54, said wiping away tears with a tissue.

“He’s probably at home laughing at me,” the host joked before explaining how close he is with his colleague.

“Chris and I are really good friends, we live near each other,” adding, “anyway, he’s not here, and we have this great relationship.”

People

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50 residents of California nursing home test positive for coronavirus

Piers Morgan's youngest son Albert, 19, has been suffering from 'mild coronavirus symptoms'... as GMB host tells the 'whining' public to 'man up' during lockdown

New Jersey ER Doctor Dies One Week After Exhibiting COVID-19 Symptoms

'Star Wars' Actor Andrew Jack Dies Of Coronavirus Complications

1,400 members of NYPD have tested positive for coronavirus

12-year-old Belgian girl becomes Europe’s youngest known coronavirus death

Michigan college student dies of coronavirus weeks before graduation

Captain of aircraft carrier with growing coronavirus outbreak pleads for help from Navy

Tags: Actor, Celebrity, Children, Coronavirus, Daddy Squish, Death, Diagnosis, Doctor, Employment, Environment, Family, Gay, Health, Home, Illness, Journalism, LGBTQ, Military, Police, Relationships, Seniors, Statistics, Sweet, World, Youth

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01-Apr-2020


EXCLUSIVE: Ritzy celebrity enclaves like Beverly Hills and Bel Air are hit hardest by coronavirus with number of cases higher than most other neighborhoods in LA county 

 

The mansion-lined celebrity hotspots of Los Angeles have been hit hard by coronavirus, the latest figures reveal.

Data published by LA County Public Health shows the wealthy enclaves in LA County have hundreds of cases, higher than most other neighborhoods in the area.

In total LA County has recorded 2,.474 cases, 44 deaths and 492 hospitalized

And the figures show celebrity filled areas like Beverly Hills, Brentwood, West Hollywood, Santa Monica and the Hollywood Hills all have a high number of cases.

Daily Mail

Tags: Celebrity, Contagion, Coronavirus, Environment, Exclusivity, Lifestyle, Statistics, Threat

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31-Mar-2020




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