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For Some Black People, The Term 'Latinx' Is Another Form of Erasure 

 

A conversation-shifting hashtag #LatinidadIsCancelled, started by Afro-Indigenous (Zapotec) writer Alan Pelaez Lopez, outlines just how mestizx, white-centering, anti-Black, anti-Indigenous, and anti-queer the culture remains. (This was the first of a few examinations of anti-Blackness and Latinidad as they arose in popular culture, and the one which summed it up most cohesively.) This has prompted scholars, activists, and everyday Afro-Latinx individuals to reconsider their use of the word Latinx, as well as the "Afro-" or "Black" label placed before it, and whether ethnicity itself is enough to identify with Latinidad (a term used to describe the “shared culture” of Latinxs).

“For those who embrace Latinidad, it's a double-edged sword,” said Zaire Dinzey-Flores, a member of Black Latinas Know Collective and an associate professor of Latino and Caribbean Studies and Sociology at Rutgers University. “For those who don't fit the image that has been boosted by this term [Latinx] and this concept [of Latinidad], it almost works as a violent term… toward those of us—and I’ll say us because I’ll include myself in that—who cannot exist outside of the violence of even the production of Latin America.”

For Some Black People, The Term 'Latinx' Is Another Form of Erasure

What happened to Blatin, Blatino and Blatina for the majority and Blatinx for those whose sex identifies them? All children should be called blats or blatties until they are defined. 14-Sep-2020

Tags: Awareness, Community, Cultural, Family, History, Inclusion, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Opinion, Youth

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14-Sep-2020


Student whistleblowers expose the ‘violent’ homophobia, racism and sexual harassment plaguing schools day in, day out 

 

Submitting their stories anonymously via three Instagram accounts – dedicated to exposing anti-LGBT+ hate, racism and misogyny respectively – students have painted a damning picture of what it’s like to be a minority in the Iowa City community school district.

Black students reported being shown images of lynchings, hearing the N-word and having to endure classmates using Blackface. Multiple girls reported being sexualised, sexually harassed and even raped.

Student whistleblowers expose the ‘violent’ homophobia, racism and sexual harassment plaguing schools day in, day out

Trans woman survived ‘humiliating’ attack by mugger who sexually assaulted her after realising she was trans

Tags: Awareness, Complaint, Discrimination, Education, Environment, Fear, Hate, Homophobia, Hostility, Humiliation, Injury, Insensitivity, LGBTQ, Misconduct, Parental Crime, Profiling, Racial Tension, Racism, Rape, Safety, Sex, Social Media, Threat, Trans, Violence, Woman's Rights, Youth

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03-Aug-2020


Report: LGBTQ+ Men and Women Raped, Abused In Syrian Conflict 

 

Gay and bisexual men in Syria, along with transgender women, have been suffering horrific sexual violence in that nation during its multisided civil war, as documented in a new Human Rights Watch report.

“Since the Syrian conflict began in March 2011, men and boys and transgender women have been subjected to rape and other forms of sexual violence by the Syrian government and non-state armed groups, including the extremist armed group Islamic State (also known as ISIS),” says the report, “They Treated Us in Monstrous Ways”: Sexual Violence Against Men, Boys, and Transgender Women in the Syrian Conflict, released Wednesday. “Heterosexual men and boys are vulnerable to sexual violence in Syria, but men who are gay or bisexual — or perceived to be — and transgender women are particularly at risk.”

Naila, a 21-year-old transgender woman, said she was gang-raped in prison while a minor. “They brought the stick of a mop and they inserted it in our anus,” she said. “A strong bleeding started, and we were mutilated.”

Out

Gay Man Says Group of 7 Beat Him Unconscious While Camping

Family of Special-Ed Student Who Was Given Drugs, Sexually Assaulted by Teacher Sues School District

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Awareness, Chaos, Children, Choices, Civil War, Crime, Cruelty, Cultural, Disabled, Education, Environment, Exclusivity, Family, Hate, Inhumanity, Injury, Macho Posing, Mental Health, Rape, Sex, Teacher, Trans, Treatment, Victims, Violence, Woman's Rights, Women In Charge, World

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30-Jul-2020


The 'war on women' didn't stop when South Africa locked down over Covid-19 

 

Khayelitsha, South Africa (CNN) The shack sits just down a narrow dirt alleyway, visible from a main road in Khayelitsha, near Cape Town. This is where the suspected killer is alleged to have hidden the body of his girlfriend, packed in between a corrugated iron siding and a concrete wall, just feet away from where he lived.

Prosecutors say he put 36-year-old Sibongiseni Gabada's corpse in a bag and covered it with garbage.

Gabada was missing for two weeks before her body was found. Every day people would walk past, until finally the smell of decomposing remains became stronger than the stench of the trash piled on top.

"When the people asked what is going on there. He said, 'No, it is rubbish, I am going to throw it away.' That is the kind of person he was -- an animal," says Gabada's grandmother, Mavis Gabada.

She gingerly moves forward to stare at the spot, sobbing. "Why was my granddaughter killed like a dog?" she asks.

CNN

First female athlete publicly accuses former U-M doctor of sexual assault

Kentucky Teacher Accused of Raping Teen Student, Sending Explicit Videos to Another

“I feel like the baby’s eating me.”

Scandal erupts at prestigious British university, after students accuse several members of US-style frat house of sexual assault

Former CPS football coach sexually assaulted student, prosecutors say

Tags: Awareness, Charge, Children, Crime, Cruelty, Cultural, Death, Discrimination, Education, Environment, Hate, History, Lifestyle, Men, Men In Charge, Minors, Murder, Parental Burden, Portrait, Pregnancy, Rape, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Slavery, Sports, Supremacy, Teacher, Threat, Video, Violence, Woman's Rights, World, Youth

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14-Jul-2020


National Sexual Assault Hotline sees record demand during pandemic. Many reaching out are children. 

 

Many of them call when they feel there is nowhere else to turn.

The girl whose brother was brought home by the pandemic and began to abuse her again. The victim separated from her favorite teacher after a coronavirus-related school closure. The child who urgently needed help calling 911.

As the coronavirus pandemic has engulfed the country, more children are reaching out to the Rape Abuse and Incest National Network's National Sexual Assault Hotline, which said this week it's experiencing its highest demand for services in its 26-year history. In May and June, half of visitors to RAINN's online hotline, which sees some of the most urgent cases, were minors.

"Their safety net collapsed during this period," said RAINN president Scott Berkowitz. "Normally the first people to spot signs of abuse are adults outside the immediate family. Teachers and guidance counselors and the parents of friends. Once kids were cut off from that support group, we've seen in a lot of states that reports to child abuse authorities have declined."

USA Today

Simple Plan Bassist Quits Following Sexual Misconduct Allegations

St Andrews University is hit by wave of sexual assault claims: Fraternity 'suspends two members' after 'multiple' allegations

Mass. Gymnastics Coach Charged With Rape of Teen in Stow

Man Charged With Murdering 13-Year-Old Sexually Assaulted Her Corpse Before Burning Her Body, Police Say

Tags: Accusation, Awareness, Celebrity, Child Abuse, Children, College, Domestic Violence, Education, Employment, Environment, Family, Frats, Inhumanity, Injury, Minors, Murder, Neglect, Parental Crime, Rape, Relationships, Safety, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Sports, Statistics, Students, Surge, Teacher, Termination, Violence, Women, Youth

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11-Jul-2020


Fire Island Parties, Packed With Gay Revelers, Spark Outrage and Worry 

 

Fire Island is under fire for violating social distancing guidelines over the July 4 weekend.

Clips and images of hundreds of maskless, shirtless partygoers packed on beaches and in private homes circulated on social media through influencers like journalist Chris Weidner. The posts sparked backlash and calls for more action from law enforcement.

Advocate

The Fourth of July Weekend Threw America's Coronavirus Failures Into Stark Relief

‘COVID Corey’ apologizes for partying on Fire Island days after coronavirus symptoms

Arizona PR exec and QAnon follower films herself trashing rack of face masks in Target while ranting 'we don't want to do this anymore' and saying 'I'm a blonde, white woman wearing a fucking $40,000 Rolex'

Harvard doctor says the US needs a mandatory mask order across ALL states to combat rise of coronavirus and prevent hospitals from becoming overwhelmed

JWoww Shuts Down 'No Mask' Haters On Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino's Birthday Pics

Expert claims Americans will wear masks for ‘several years’ due to coronavirus

Tags: Advice, Apology, Awareness, Backlash, Contagion, Contamination, Coronavirus, Crime, Desperation, Disruption, Environment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Excuses, Gay, Health, Interference, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Masks, Medical, Mental Health, No more Heroes, Overpopulation, Parties, Police, Reckless, Safety, Science, Self Interest, Selfish, Sex, Social Media, Stereotype, Threat, Video, Women In Charge

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07-Jul-2020


Marching in solidarity: This year’s Texas Pride events highlight Black queer and trans people 

 

After only a few years of being open about his sexuality, Dom Johnson wanted this summer to be a blowout celebration. For Pride, he fully expected to be part of the rainbow-splattered crowd.

Johnson envisioned himself sitting on the grass with his friends, getting sunburned, going to his favorite gay bar and spending the day “being super gay and celebrating the fact that I’m super gay.”

Instead, he’ll sit at home with a rainbow flag pinned to his shirt and tune in to Dallas Pride’s virtual celebration on his laptop. The event, initially planned for the site of the State Fair of Texas, was moved online because of the new coronavirus, which has infected and hospitalized record-high numbers of Texans this month.

“This is a tragic and traumatic time, and I never want to be the person who tries to create silver linings out of nothing, but things are so dark that the only things I can do at this moment are celebrate the small victories,” Johnson said.

Texas Tribune

Tags: Awareness, Celebration, Cultural, Politics, Pride, Social Media

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26-Jun-2020


Hulu’s Love, Victor is caught up in the mythology of white gayness 

 

In spite of the varied histories of the irreparable contributions of Black people, Indigenous people, and people of color to queer liberation and artistic production, whiteness continues to be the implied standard for LGBTQ people in film and media. Such a bar begins to coalesce into a potentially poisonous political project of homonormativity, an ideal of queerness that still subscribes to systems and institutions that privilege white, cisgender, middle class, heterosexual presenting queer people at the expense of queer and trans people who are not afforded the same liberties due to institutional and systemic injustices (coined by scholar Lisa Duggan). White gays, whatever their occasional usefulness, have long been inclined to throw others under the bus.

Polygon

Tags: All Rights, Awareness, Exclusivity, Gay, Hypocrisy, Misrepresentation, Perception, Race, Stereotype, TV Gay Swatch, Youth

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19-Jun-2020


How Did Four Young Black Boys Become Hollywood Stars During the Height of Jim Crow? 

 

As it turns out, Sunshine Sammy was a race man. Farina and Stymie too, and even Buckwheat for a minute or so.

This may be hard to fathom, considering the designation was generally applied, back around the '20s, to men who exemplified the most righteous and upstanding attributes of black people, and advocated for fair and dignified treatment. It’s also hard to fathom because, at the time, they were just young black boys.

But they were young black boys with starring roles in Hollywood, and among the most popular performers of their time. There weren’t very many blacks of any age getting any sort of featured screen time back then, at least not in roles that didn’t demean the race. Thus, these young people were heralded in the black press, and even by the NAACP, as some of the leading exemplars of blackness, well before any of them were old enough to drive.

Sunshine Sammy, Farina, Stymie and Buckwheat were the principal black characters throughout the 20-year run of the Our Gang film series. The black community treated them (respectively, Ernie Morrison, Allen Hoskins, Matthew Beard and Billie Thomas) like rock stars. But their lives were much more complicated than the movie roles ever let on. Their regard within the black community would be transformed decades later, as the Our Gang franchise lived on years after its heyday.

Pop Matters

Tags: Art, Awareness, Celebrity, Children, Cultural, Employment, Entertainment, History, Hollywood, Inclusion, Influencer, Modernization, Respect, Success

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18-Jun-2020


We could have freedom in an instant — if we organize 

 

Michael Render, better known as Killer Mike, is an Atlanta-based activist and half of the rap duo Run the Jewels.

Growing up on Atlanta’s west side, my grandparents raised me from a truthful place. I was never given the illusion that the world was good or right or fair. I was given the reality that you had to be happy and hopeful as a choice, and you had to do for yourself and for your community in the immediate, because that’s all you had.

As a teenager, that meant splitting my time between being an aspirational weed dealer and a social organizer, mediating conflicts between boys from rival high schools. The boys got trades and became photographers, U.S. servicemen, lawyers and, as I did, rappers and businesspeople. Nobody died, even as guns and crack swept through Atlanta. Because we were active in organizing, we developed a deeper sense of morality and responsibility to the community.

Washington Post

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Awareness, Celebrity, Environment, Equality, History, Music, Opinion, Politics, Social Media, Video

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17-Jun-2020


George Floyd had ‘violent criminal history’: Minneapolis police union chief 

 

The head of the Minneapolis police union says George Floyd’s “violent criminal history” needs to be remembered and that the protests over his death are the work of a “terrorist movement.”

“What is not being told is the violent criminal history of George Floyd. The media will not air this,” police union president Bob Kroll told his members in a letter posted Monday on Twitter.

Floyd had landed five years behind bars in 2009 for an assault and robbery two years earlier, and before that, had been convicted of charges ranging from theft with a firearm to drugs, the Daily Mail reported.

NY Post

Tags: Americans, Awareness, Civil War, Crime, Police, Portrait, Social Media, Violence

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04-Jun-2020


The Democratic silence on antifa is dangerous 

 

There is a disturbing silence from leaders of the Democratic Party over those gangs of black-masked leftist thugs shutting down free speech and beating people to the ground with clubs at Berkeley.

We've seen such leftist violence before, and we saw it again just the other day at a protest in Berkeley, when the city police backed off and the thugs who call themselves antifa swarmed peaceful protesters of the right.

It's all over the internet, young men of the hard left in black masks, black gloves, armed with clubs, hunting down prey who dare speak their minds.

What's striking about all this is the silence.

Chicago Tribune

Tags: Abuse, Activism, All Rights, Awareness, Environment, Etiquette, History, Hypocrisy, Justice, No Law, No more Heroes, No Punishment, Politics, Preference, Safety, Self Interest, Terror, Threat, Thug, Unruly Child, Victims, Violence, Youth

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03-Jun-2020


A study examined the death certificates of LGBTQ teen suicide victims. This is what they found. 

 

LGBTQ youth who die by suicide are more likely to have been bullied, according to a new study published in JAMA Pediatrics.

LGBTQ youth are both more likely to be bullied and more likely to report suicidal thoughts and behaviors than cisgender, heterosexual youth. A team of researchers set out to determine if the two high rates are related.

The researchers examined death records for teens from 2003 to 2017, examining both the coroner’s or medical examiner’s report and police reports about the suicides. Since the records don’t always say how a decedent identified, the researchers looked for keywords describing how their families saw them, if they had a same-sex boyfriend or girlfriend, or if they were taking steps toward a transition.

Overall, they counted around 3% of the nearly 10,000 suicide records they had access to as LGBTQ. The researchers note that this is probably an undercount – there may have been LGBTQ youth whose death certificates and police reports didn’t mention their gender identity or sexual orientation in any way.

LGBTQ Nation

Religion can make gay youth more likely to commit suicide

Tags: Awareness, Bullying, Environment, Hate, Hostility, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Parental Burden, Politics, Religion, Safety, Suicide, Violence, Vulnerable, Youth

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26-May-2020


Men, Porn Isn't Ruining Your Sex Life 

 

So why does porn continue to take the blame for our sexual woes? Because while that above scenario doesn’t reflect the way our country treats science, and science education, it is a pretty good description of how we handle sex. In many parts of the country, sex education is completely absent; where it does exist, it’s often abstinence-only or abstinence-plus?—?giving some time to condoms and contraceptives but relying heavily on shame-based messaging.

Even in the best-case scenario, American sex education focuses almost exclusively on what can go wrong during sex, rather than on how to make it go right: Thanks to taboos around adolescent sexuality, pleasure is a dirty word in sex education targeting those under 18. Given this environment, it’s not shocking that young (and not so young) people might turn to porn for some lessons in sexual pleasure; yet somehow it is porn alone that manages to take the blame for imbuing us all with an unhealthy attitude toward sex.

MEL Magazine

Tags: Awareness, Education, Environment, Parental Responsibility, Sex, Talk

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20-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




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