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Homicides skyrocket across U.S. during pandemic, while robberies and rapes plummet 

 

In Greensboro, N.C., the violence has gotten so extreme that a shootout erupted in front of the county courthouse the other day, across the street from the sheriff’s office, leaving a 20-year-old man dead. Greensboro set a city record with 45 homicides last year, and, as of Friday, already had 54 this year.

“We’ve always had a level of gang activity,” Greensboro Police Chief Brian James said in an interview, “but it’s more prolific now. I’m not sure what’s changed, but the offenders are more bold than they’ve ever been.”

Some police commanders say the twin impacts of the coronavirus and civil uprisings against police violence caused them to redirect their officers away from proactive anti-crime programs, whether due to virus-related budget cuts or strategic redeployment of forces to handle the unrest. Other officials point to job loss and other stresses of the pandemic as fueling tension and leading to violence. And with many schools shuttered, police say, many areas have seen a rise in violence involving juveniles.

“We haven’t seen numbers like this since the ’90s,” said PERF Executive Director Chuck Wexler. “We’ve had 20 years of steady declines in crime. Is this just an aberration, or does this portend something for the future? This has been under the radar because of the pandemic, but something’s happening across the country in the most serious crimes. The next administration, they’re going to have to pay serious attention to this.”

Just sitting idle, and like my grandmother used to say, ‘Idle hands are the devil’s workshop.’ We’re seeing people dying of silliness, for no reason. A year ago, we weren’t seeing that.”

Homicides skyrocket across U.S. during pandemic, while robberies and rapes plummet

Children mimic street brutality in the playgrounds of Belarus

Tags: Chaos, Children, Choices, Crime, Cultural, Enforcement, Exploitation, Hate, Murder, Neglect, No Law, No more Heroes, No One Cares, Parental Crime, Police, Politics, Priorities, Racial Tension, Reckless, Revenge, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Statistics, Surge, Unruly Child, World, Worship, Youth

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21-Nov-2020


 

Every loss is one snitch. 05-Nov-2020

Tags: Cancellation, Celebrity, Fear, Future, Gossip, Hollywood, Politics, Privacy, Privilege, Reality, Revenge, Self Defense, Worship

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05-Nov-2020


The Church’s Black Exodus 

 

Across the country, Black Americans feel under siege from the coronavirus pandemic and raw from the police brutality fueling Black Lives Matter protests. But some are nursing another intimate wound: their church’s failure to acknowledge their pain. Many Black parishioners, especially those at multiracial institutions, bristle when they hear rhetoric from church leaders that ignores how health inequities and racism are affecting the Black community right now. Others are hurt by their church’s conspicuous silence on these issues. The result is a quiet but resolute contingent of Black church members leaving their congregation to seek spiritual healing elsewhere.

Like others I talked with, Delisha, 58, isn’t one to miss church. For the past seven years, she has made sure to be in the faithful number of a large, multicultural New Orleans congregation. But after the pandemic hit in March, she decided to attend services only via live-stream. Black people like her are disproportionately at risk for severe illness or death from COVID-19, and Delisha, who lives with her elderly mother and a daughter with asthma, has hypertension. (Delisha asked that I identify her using only her middle name, because she had not yet contacted the church about her concerns.)

What she saw on video one Sunday dismayed her. As the camera panned over the congregation, she noted that some people had masks on and some didn’t. The church did not require them. What’s more, the pastor, who is white, scolded the missing members over live-stream: “Why are y’all not here today? You scared?”

The Church’s Black Exodus

Tags: Anguish, Cultural, Exclusivity, Judgment, Outdated, Preservation, Priorities, Religion, Safety, Support, Treatment, Worship

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11-Oct-2020


People Are Calling Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Out for Their Insensitive Posts 

 

For the common non-billionaire — lacking in Gap collaborations, shapewear empires, and private jets to whisk them away from it all — the past several months have been trying, to say the very least.

But for Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, this is a time to reflect on their personal wealth. West has a reported net worth of $1.3 billion, while Kardashian is a newly-minted $900 millionaire (though West would beg to differ).

On Monday, both parties decided to take their financial privilege to the timeline. Kardashian began, posting two photos of her 7-year-old daughter North West’s “Freesian horse” (Horse twitter quickly corrected her spelling — it’s Friesian), noting that they have 14 of the breed at their Wyoming ranch. Pricing differs depending on an array of factors, but a single Friesian horse can cost more than $50,000.

Yahoo

Cardi B hits back at accusations of homophobia and transphobia: “I support the LGBT community”

People Rip Terry Crews for Claiming 'Black Lives Matter' Could Become 'Black Lives Better'

New study reveals 'evident' racial bias in TV football commentary

Tags: $, Backlash, Celebrity, Etiquette, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Opinion, Privilege, Self Interest, Show, Social Media, Sports, World, Worship

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30-Jun-2020


San Francisco Church Sues Zoom After ‘Sickening’ Porn Shocks Bible Class 

 

An online Bible class run by one of San Francisco’s oldest churches turned sour when it started showing porn—and now the church is suing Zoom, where the meeting was being hosted.

The Daily Beast

Tags: App, Business, Education, Environment, Interference, Porn, Privacy, Religion, Tech, Theft, Threat, Worship

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14-May-2020


Two black men say they were kicked out of Walmart for wearing protective masks. Others worry it will happen to them. 

 

Kip Diggs glanced at his reflection in the rearview mirror before heading into the grocery store: a baby-blue bandanna — matching his University of North Carolina baseball cap — masked his nose, mouth and salt-and-pepper beard.

The 53-year-old Nashville marketing consultant had chosen his face covering carefully for his trip to Kroger on Sunday, his first outing since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new guidelines advising Americans to cover their faces to slow the spread of covid-19.

“As an African American man, I have to be cognizant of the things I do and where I go, so appearances matter,” Diggs said. “I have pink, lime green, Carolina blue so I don’t look menacing. I want to take a lot of that stigma and risk out as best I can.”

A recent report of a police officer following young black men who wore masks while shopping has amplified fears among people of color of being profiled as criminals or gang members. Civil rights leaders, politicians and community activists worry that concerns of racial bias will discourage black people from wearing masks to protect themselves and others, further increasing their exposure to a virus that is disproportionately infecting and killing African Americans.

Washington Post

Kyle Larson appears to use racial slur on NASCAR iRacing live stream

If you hate being considered a thug, don't celebrate them. 13-Apr-2020

Tags: Americans, Coronavirus, Environment, Fear, Health, Hypocrisy, Lifestyle, Profiling, Representation, Safety, Sports, Stereotype, Supremacy, Survival, Threat, Thug, Treatment, Worship

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13-Apr-2020


States declare churches “essential” to exempt them from coronavirus prevention measures 

 

As more states order people to stay home as much as possible and close down commerce to prevent the spread of coronavirus, some states are making sure there’s an exemption for church services.

Countries all over the world have been grappling with temporarily suspending church services, which bring hundreds, even thousands, of people together in small spaces, often touching many of the same objects.

But the desire to slow the spread of the disease is butting up against reticence to ask religious people to make sacrifices in a time of crisis.

In Florida, a stay-at-home order set to go in effect tomorrow will allow people to leave their homes to exercise, take care of pets, and attend “religious services conducted in churches, synagogues, and houses of worship.”

LGBTQ Nation

At least 70 people infected with coronavirus linked to a single church in California, health officials say

PRAYER + PEROXIDE FAKE COVID-19 TREATMENTS LEAD TO ARREST OF BRITISH NATIONAL

Tags: $, Cheating, Choices, Church, Contagion, Cure, Environment, Exclusivity, Health, Heartless, Hostility, Illness, Inhumanity, Injury, Insensitivity, Interference, Laws, Not Helping, Parental Crime, Politics, Population Control, Prayer, Preservation, Privilege, Product, Protections, Religion, Safety, Self Interest, Stereotype, Threat, Toxic, World, Worship, Wrong

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04-Apr-2020


Pastor who thinks God can change someone’s sexuality also think God will save him from coronavirus 

 

Andrew Wommack, who refused to condemn Uganda’s “Kill the Gays” bill, supports traumatising conversion therapy and claims he witnessed his son rise from the dead, referenced a section from Exodus and said it proved that God would stop the faithful from becoming sick with COVID-19.

I’ve been studying just in the last couple of days, based on all of this, was Exodus 23:25, and that verse says that you shall serve the Lord your God, and He shall take away all sickness – take all sickness away from the midst of thee,” Wommack said in the YouTube stream.

Anti-LGBT+ televangelist Andrew Wommack thinks God will ‘turn off’ cells and stop him from contracting coronavirus.
He then looked up the words “take away” in Hebrew and said they literally translate to “turn off”.

Wommack then suggested that God will turn off “whatever receptors you have in your body that make you receptive to sickness” for Christians, which will apparently prevent them from being affected by coronavirus.

Pink News

Roy Moore, who wants to ban gay sex, to represent homophobic pastor arrested for holding church services during lockdown

We Asked A Criminal Lawyer About Your Rights If You’re Pinged For The Crime Of “Being Outside”

DUP politician makes terrible non-apology after saying coronavirus is God’s punishment for same-sex marriage

Tags: Action, Activism, Choices, Clergy, Coronavirus, Environment, Fighting Back, Hate, Health, Homophobia, Insensitivity, Interference, LGBTQ, Magic Splatter, Politics, Power, Religion, Sad, Safety, Science, Unruly Child, Worship

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03-Apr-2020


Jerry Falwell Jr.'s Christian University Welcoming Students Back to Campus Amid COVID-19 

 

Liberty University, a private evangelical Christian university in Virginia, is welcoming students back to campus this week despite a little something known as COVID-19.

"I was on a conference call with other college presidents and representatives from private colleges, and we listened to what other schools were doing," president Jerry Falwell Jr. said in a statement shared to the school's site this week. "Many were throwing their hands up and saying they would just close and others were going to extend their breaks. At that time, we were on Spring Break, so we had time to work on it."

This process of choosing to "work on it" ultimately resulted in the decision to "get [students] back as soon as we can, the ones who want to come back."

A report from the Richmond Times-Dispatch noted that between a few hundred to more than 5,000 students were projected to be living in Liberty dorms as classes resumed this week. The majority of those classes have moved to online formats. Staff and faculty, however, are said to be coming to work in their usual capacity.

Complex

Survey reveals how many LGBT+ people will still date and hook-up during coronavirus

“I’ll do what I want”: Why the people ignoring social distancing orders just won’t listen

‘Corona, OK!’ Yelled College Student Before Coughing Into Cop’s Face, Police Say

Eight men arrested after hosting cocaine-fuelled orgy during coronavirus lockdown

Pastor again defies state order not to hold large gatherings. He says 1,000 people came to his church Sunday

The UK is in lockdown, but this church is suing Edinburgh because the city refused to host a homophobic preacher

When faith threatens public health

Tags: Arrest, Coronavirus, Court, Education, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Health, Homophobia, Inhumanity, Insensitivity, Interference, Judgment, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Loser, Magic Splatter, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Police, Politics, Population, Privilege, Reckless, Religion, Safety, Self Interest, Sex, Students, Study, Threat, Treatment, Unruly Child, Weird, World, Worship, Wrong

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24-Mar-2020


What The Satanic Temple is and why it’s opening a debate about religion 

 

A group called The Satanic Temple went to court in their lawsuit against the city of Scottsdale, Arizona, for religious discrimination in January 2020.

The city’s attorneys argued that they could not possibly be guilty of religious discrimination because The Satanic Temple is not a religion. This argument prompted the judge in the case, Justice David Campbell, to ask, “What is religion?”

One of the group’s political goals is to advocate for the value of the separation of church and state. Their strategy is to remind the public that if Christians can use government resources to assert their cultural dominance, then Satanists are free to do the same.

The debate over what constitutes religion is an old one. In 1961, the Supreme Court acknowledged in Torcaso v. Watkins that there are many religions like Buddhism, Confucianism and even expressions of Judaism that are just not interested in God. Torcaso v. Watkins did not define religion; it merely ruled that religion is not synonymous with theism.

The word religion lends itself to such creative legal uses precisely because it has no set definition. As religion scholar Russell McCutcheon says, religion’s “utility is linked to its inability to be defined.”

The Conversation

Tags: All Rights, Court, Environment, Fighting Back, Politics, Religion, Worship

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07-Mar-2020


Christian pundit says that Trump is “just too much of a man” for LGBTQ people 

 

Failed Republican politician and minister E.W. Jackson has finally figured out why the left doesn’t like Donald Trump: he’s “just too much of a man for them.”

He said that Trump’s manliness is too much for the “the radical feminists, the homosexuals, the trangsenders, whatever bizarre idea they have of who we’re supposed to be” on the left.

“They’re not putting up with men who stand tall, who stand up straight and say, ‘Look, this is who I am, this is what I believe, you can like it, or you can lump it, but there it is,'” he said.

Jackson went on to compare Trump to former President Barack Obama to prove his point.

“Obama was effete,” Jackson said. “Obama was light in the loafers,” he added, using a common expression for gay men.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Clergy, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Homophobia, Hostility, Interference, LGBTQ, Misrepresentation, Modernization, New World Order, Politics, Self Interest, Supremacy, Training, Weird, Worship

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10-Feb-2020


The Amish Keep to Themselves. And They’re Hiding a Horrifying Secret 

 

The memories come to her in fragments. The bed creaking late at night after one of her brothers snuck into her room and pulled her to the edge of her mattress. Her underwear shoved to the side as his body hovered over hers, one of his feet still on the floor.

Her ripped dresses, the clothespins that bent apart on her apron as another brother grabbed her at dusk by the hogpen after they finished feeding the pigs. Sometimes she’d pry herself free and sprint toward the house, but “they were bigger and stronger,” she says. They usually got what they wanted.

As a child, Sadie* was carefully shielded from outside influences, never allowed to watch TV or listen to pop music or get her learner’s permit. Instead, she attended a one-room Amish schoolhouse and rode a horse and buggy to church—a life designed to be humble and disciplined and godly.

Cosmopolitan

2 Mass. Priests Suspended Amid Decades Old Abuse Complaints

French trial exposes how church covered for predator priest

Senators demand review of Army Reserve sexual assaults

Tags: Abuse, Americans, Children, Choices, Church, Clergy, Court, Crime, Cruelty, Discrimination, Environment, Exclusivity, Fear, Hate, Human Trafficking, Ignorance, Inhumanity, Investigation, Judgment, Lifestyle, Macho Posing, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Military, Minors, Parental Crime, Population, Portrait, Preservation, Privilege, Protections, Rape, Religion, Safety, Sex, Sin, Supremacy, Threat, Victims, Violence, Woman's Rights, Worship, Youth

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19-Jan-2020


Notable Christian songwriter says he's no longer a believer: 'I'm genuinely losing my faith ... and it doesn't bother me' 

 

Marty Sampson — an Australian worship music songwriter known for his work with Hillsong — said, "All I know is what's true to me right now, and Christianity just seems to me like another religion at this point."

Sampson wrote in a since-deleted Instagram post that "I'm genuinely losing my faith...and it doesn't bother me...like, what bothers me now is nothing...I am so happy now, so at peace with the world.. it's crazy." It also appears he's cleared his Instagram account of all posts.

Sampson added, "How many preachers fall? Many. No one talks about it. How many miracles happen. Not many. No one talks about it. Why is the Bible full of contradictions? No one talks about it. How can God be love yet send 4 billion people to a place, all coz they don't believe? No one talks about it. Christians can be the most [judgmental] people on the planet — they can also be some of the most beautiful and loving people...but it's not for me. I am not in anymore."

The Blaze

Tags: Celebrity, Denounce, Entertainment, Music, Religion, Social Media, Worship

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13-Aug-2019


The stories of penis gods and the people who worship them 

 

Sexual organs are very important to the human race. They bring life, they bring pleasure, they can be symbols of our oppression and liberation.

These pieces of our anatomy occupy so much of our thoughts and feelings that we begin to warp the world around us. Just look at London’s Gherkin or China’s Guangxi New Media Center.

The penis is inescapable.

This has been true throughout time, so it’s completely unsurprising that humans worshiped deities dedicated to the phallus. But these penis gods are not crude symbols from a bygone era; their plethora of stories look deep into our obsession about dick.

Gay Star News

Tags: Anatomy, Dedication, Environment, History, Spiritual, Worship

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14-Jun-2019


An Unhealthy Obsession with Avoiding Sin 

 

Nowadays, having scruples means making good, moral choices. But as historian Joanna Bourke writes, in the first half of the twentieth century, scruples represented an unhealthy obsession with avoiding sin. Examples of scruples can be found among Protestants, Jews, and Muslims, but Bourke writes that in the U.S. and Britain, the phenomenon was most common among Roman Catholics.

Bourke writes that scrupulous people might worry that they had profaned rosary beads by touching them with dirty hands. Some feared that breathing represented stealing air that didn’t belong to them.

Mahoney spent days before each confession cataloging her sins, and then shook uncontrollably in the confessional box.

Surveys of Catholic students in the 1940s and ‘50s found that a quarter of those in high school, and one in seven in college, were scrupulous. One woman named Priscilla O’Brien Mahoney described her own scruples, which began when she was a child in the 1920s. During her First Communion, she was gripped by terror that she might fail to confess a sin:

JSTOR Daily

Roman Catholic diocese suspends priest accused of misconduct

LI Catholic deacon accused of decades-old sex abuse

W.Va. Catholic diocese releases more accused priests' names

Most gay Americans believe in God, but are far less likely to go to church

Tags: Abuse, Church, Clergy, Employment, History, Investigation, Judgment, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Psychology, Religion, Science, Sex, Sin, Study, Violence, Worship, Youth

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28-May-2019




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