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Biden declines to say where he stands on BLM-backed BREATHE Act  
 

President-elect Joe Biden has been silent on his stance on the Black Lives Matter-backed BREATHE Act, despite pushes from the progressive wing of his party to pass sweeping legislation aimed at social justice reform in the first 100 days of his administration.

The BREATHE Act was introduced by Democratic Reps. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts and has been a flashpoint for BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors, who has urged Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris to meet with her soon to discuss the future of Black communities under the new administration.

Despite repeated requests for comment from Biden's transition team, Fox News did not get a response on whether his administration supports the reforms suggested in the bill, and whether he will make its passage a key priority once assuming the White House come January.

Biden declines to say where he stands on BLM-backed BREATHE Act

What Kinds of Protests Actually Work?

Tags: Activism, BLM, Enforcement, Exploitation, Fail, No One Cares, Politics, Preference, Priorities, Protest, Psychology, Reality

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24-Nov-2020


'REIMAGINE JUSTICE' BLM calls on Biden and Dems to back bill that could lead to prisons being ABOLISHED dubbed ‘love letter to black people’ 

 

The proposed bill – titled the Breathe Act – is described by Cullors as a "legislative love letter to Black people" in the op-ed.

She explained: "Practically speaking, the BREATHE Act is a landmark civil rights bill.

"It takes bold, progressive steps to build public safety systems that work for all of us, no matter what community we come from."

The legislation will provide organizations with "funds to create public safety systems uniquely tailored to their community’s needs and incentivize states to decarcerate and defund."

'REIMAGINE JUSTICE' BLM calls on Biden and Dems to back bill that could lead to prisons being ABOLISHED dubbed ‘love letter to black people’

NYPD police union chief says commuters have to defend themselves because city is doing nothing to stop violent thugs as woman who was shoved onto a subway track and run over by a train is identified

AG Barr schedules three more federal lethal injections before the Trump Administration leaves office - including a father who molested and murdered his daughter, 2, and a crack dealer who killed seven

‘Whites only’ graduation party in South Africa sparks mass protests

Tags: Activism, BLM, Cancellation, Crime, Cultural, Fail, Hate, Idiocy, Interference, No One Cares, Politics, Protest, Stunt, Termination, Terror, Torture, Violence, Why, Youth

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21-Nov-2020


Why Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis Split After 9 Years Together 

 

Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis' split came as a shock to many fans -- but things just didn't work out. News of the couple ending their engagement came on Friday, with a source sharing some insight with ET about why they broke up after nine years together.

Why Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis Split After 9 Years Together

Tags: Celebrity, Divorce, Fail, Hollywood, Lifestyle, Men Not In Charge, Struggles, Women In Charge

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14-Nov-2020


THE LGBTQ MOVEMENT FALTERED 

 

LGBTQ acceptance is eroding even among young people. What are we going to do about it?

By Adam Zivo

There is some very bad news that not nearly enough people are talking about. Acceptance of the LGBTQ community is significantly declining in the United States and has been for several years now. Almost two years ago, a national annual survey by GLAAD found that, since 2016, Americans have become much more uncomfortable with LGBTQ folks. Though the report has since become slightly dated, little research has been done on the issue since. Other statistics, such as consistent increases in anti-LGBTQ hate crimes, suggest that the problem has not abated and may even be getting worse.

Despite the seriousness of this issue, there appears to be little awareness within the LGBTQ community that its public support is eroding. This ignorance within the wider community is mirrored by a lack of serious analysis by queer leaders and researchers. That needs to change.

And let’s not fool ourselves that this is a US-only problem. While it’s unclear how much this backlash is mirrored in Canada and Western Europe (which share similar historical trajectories on LGBTQ rights), both of these regions have also seen notable increases in anti-LGBTQ hate crimes – so there is good reason to be pessimistic. However, only real research focused on social attitudes will give us clarity. For whatever reason, this research isn’t being done in earnest.

THE LGBTQ MOVEMENT FALTERED

Tags: Activism, Awareness, Community, Concern, Environment, Equality, Etiquette, Evolving, Exclusivity, Fail, Fighting Back, Gay, Health, Homophobia, Investment, Leaders, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Neglect, No more Heroes, Perception, Preservation, Reaction, Rebellion, Representation, Respect, Sex, Treatment, Violence

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12-Nov-2020


Needlessly Sexy Statue Stirs Massive Row 

 

The British have erected a statue to “mother of feminism” Mary Wollstonecraft in north London, and it is unexpectedly sexy? Rather than depicting Wollstonecraft herself, artist Maggi Hambling instead gave the world a silver lady to embody all the ladies, nude and toned and shapely. These choices have polarized the statue’s public, some of whom have wondered, Where are the “Everywoman’s” clothes? Why does she have the flat abs of a fitness influencer and a spherical topiary bush? Is this historically accurate? What is the point?

Needlessly Sexy Statue Stirs Massive Row

Controversial nude statue of feminist icon Mary Wollstonecraft covered up with anti-trans slogan t-shirt

Tags: Anguish, Art, Celebration, Choices, Disruption, Employment, Fail, Fainting, Fear, Female Establishment, Feminism, Gagometer, Hate, Interference, LGBTQ, Sex, Trans, Women In Charge

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12-Nov-2020


Are Millennials Actually Finding Love On Dating Apps? 
 

According to some researching, as many as 83% of millennials would prefer to meet the loves of their life IRL, not on a dating app. It makes sense: There's nothing quite like an organic spark with someone you meet out in the wild.

Despite the success of dating apps, they do have their limitations. Much like social media, dating apps can create a false sense of comparison between you and the people you're swiping on. In fact, according to one study, people who haven't used dating apps at all tend to view themselves more positively than those who have. Additionally, millennials are more likely to actually feel addicted to dating apps, which could lead to dating burnout — and subsequently, far less of a chance of finding love.

Are Millennials Actually Finding Love On Dating Apps?

Tags: Addiction, Aging, App, Dating, Fail, Sex, Youth

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09-Nov-2020


Luke Evans Seemingly Splits from Rafa Olarra as Actor Unfollows Art Director on Instagram 

 

Luke Evans and Rafa Olarra have appeared to call it quits.

The actor, 41, recently unfollowed the art director on Instagram and deleted all photos of Olarra from his account. Olarra, however, still has a photo of Evans on his Instagram account from September.

"Missing this devilish smile," Olarra captioned the post, which shows Evans smiling up at the camera.

Luke Evans Seemingly Splits from Rafa Olarra as Actor Unfollows Art Director on Instagram

Gif: last one to him is a rotten egg. 28-Oct-2020

Tags: Celebrity, Daddy Squish, Fail, Gay, LGBTQ, Relationships, Termination

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28-Oct-2020


Phil Collins wants to kick his ex-wife out of Miami home: reports 

 

It’s not another day in paradise.

Phil Collins is kicking his ex-wife out of his Miami mansion, according to sources close to the singer-songwriter.

Collins, 69, plans to file an eviction lawsuit to remove Orianne Cevey, who says she isn’t going anywhere and recently changed the security codes at the home, according to TMZ.

Cevey, 46, threatened to release potentially embarrassing and false accusations against Collins if he continues with plans to remove her from the sprawling mansion, according to a source.

Phil Collins wants to kick his ex-wife out of Miami home: reports

Tags: Celebrity, Concern, Environment, Fail, Fear, Greed, Honesty, Hostility, Humiliation, Invasion, Marriage, Men Not In Charge, Mental Health, Opinion, Relationships, Safety, Seniors, Threat, Vulnerable, Women In Charge, Youth

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10-Oct-2020


Jeff Lewis Says He Was "Devastated" After Boyfriend Scott Anderson Broke Up with Him Via Text 

 

The Flipping Out designer revealed the latest on his love life during Jeff Lewis Live, sharing that he had recently spoken to Scott for the first time in almost two weeks and then spent time with him at his house last Thursday. "He was very distant and very kind of emotionally removed," Jeff recalled. "But we still had a nice time."

Scott accepted Jeff's invitation to come over again the next day. However, Scott's decision to sign a one-year lease on a new apartment only 11 days after moving out of Jeff's place and the fact that he seemed to leave early, around 9 o'clock that night, made Jeff wonder if their relationship was truly over. "I was like, 'I don't think I'm gonna see him again.' It was so strong that I blurted it out. I'm like, 'I feel like I'm not going to see you again.' He's like, 'No, I'll see you tomorrow.' I was like, 'OK,'" Jeff said. "He drives out of the gates, and then the next morning, he sends me a text...

Jeff Lewis Says He Was

Tags: Celebrity, Fail, Gay, Interview, LGBTQ, Relationships

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29-Sep-2020


Dax Shepard reveals he relapsed after 16 years of sobriety 

 

After 16 years of being sober, actor and comedian Dax Shepard revealed he has been battling an opioid addiction.

The revelation came Friday during the latest episode of his popular podcast "Armchair Expert."

"An episode I hoped I'd never have to record, but one I felt I owed to all the beautiful Armcheries who have been on this ride with me for the last couple years," Shepard said in an Instagram post announcing the episode.

In the episode, Shepard -- known for his roles on "Parenthood" -- detailed the bumps of his journey, most recently dealing with an addiction to Vicodin, the opioid painkiller. For the last eight weeks, he said, he had been "on them all day," after taking them originally for injuries.

Dax Shepard reveals he relapsed after 16 years of sobriety

Tags: Addiction, Alcohol, Drugs, Fail, Medical, Psychology, Relationships, Sobriety, Threat

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25-Sep-2020


'Black Widow,' 'West Side Story' shift to 2021 as Hollywood's COVID struggles continue 

 

The good news is Marvel superhero fans can look forward to three movies in 2021. The bad news: No "Black Widow" anytime soon.

Thanks to the nation and film industry's continuing struggles with COVID-19, Disney has shifted its movie-release calendar again, most notably kicking Scarlett Johansson's solo "Black Widow" movie from a planned Nov. 6 release to May 7, 2021.

There's quite a bit of movement overall in the Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Angelina Jole-led "Eternals" is being delayed from Feb. 12 to Nov. 5, 2021, while "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings," starring Simu Liu as the Marvel martial-arts master, moves two months, from May 7, 2021, to July 9.

'Black Widow,' 'West Side Story' shift to 2021 as Hollywood's COVID struggles continue

In other words we shall see them before we retire or die and we may have to resort to "street art" to repay the debt. If this means more narcissistic starving artists auditioning in front of my window, I'm out. 23-Sep-2020

Tags: Art, Art Deletion, Cancellation, Entertainment, Fail, Hollywood, Reality, Release, Threat

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23-Sep-2020


The 2020 Emmy Awards Were the Least-Watched Ever 

 

Oh, Schitt: The TV audience for Sunday night’s virtual Emmy Awards fell to 6.1 million viewers, easily making it the least-watched in Nielsen ratings history. Despite some really good reviews, the Jimmy Kimmel–hosted event managed to drop about 13 percent below the low-water mark set by last year’s hostless Emmys, which averaged 7 million same-day viewers on Fox, according to Nielsen. Ratings for awards shows have been trending way down in recent years, along with everything else on traditional TV, but the 2020 Emmys also had to contend with unprecedented sports competition.

It’s worth keeping in mind that in addition to the historic trends (i.e., Netflix) bringing down ratings for linear TV nearly across the board, the Emmys have become increasingly disconnected from the shows people who watch broadcast TV are most into. Not a single broadcast network TV show was honored last night, with most of the awards going to a basic cable comedy a lot of people watched via Netflix (Pop TV’s Schitt’s Creek) and a pay-cable drama (HBO’s Succession.) As Crupi also noted last night, before today’s ratings came in, “Given that the broadcast now functions as a three-hour infomercial for the streaming services and premium cable networks that are gobbling network TV’s lunch, it’s probably for the best that relatively few people are watching.”

The 2020 Emmy Awards Were the Least-Watched Ever

Tags: Award, Cancellation, Celebration, Entertainment, Fail, Hollywood, Outdated, TV

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22-Sep-2020


Bill to Strip Badges from ‘Bad Officers’ Fails to Pass in State Legislature 

 

A bill that would allow “bad officers” to be permanently stripped of their badges failed to pass the California Legislature on Monday as state lawmakers could not muster enough support to pass one of the year’s top policing reform bills.

The measure would have created a way to decertify officers found to have committed serious misconduct. The bill got a late boost from celebrity Kim Kardashian West, who tweeted that the measure is needed so officers are held accountable if they break the law.

But the bill could not overcome vehement objections from law enforcement organizations that the proposed system is biased and lacks basic due process protections. Five states currently have no way of decertifying poor police officers — California, Hawaii, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Bill to Strip Badges from ‘Bad Officers’ Fails to Pass in State Legislature

Tags: Fail, Laws, Police

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02-Sep-2020


Grindr Is Nobody's Friend 

 

Since it was shuttered in early 2019, the LGBTQ-themed website Into, launched by Grindr, has frequently been positioned as a media casualty, evidence of the shambolic state of queer publishing (and perhaps the shambolic state of media, period). A sprawling 2019 Buzzfeed article by former Into managing editor Trish Bendix used her layoff as a jumping-off point to explore the state (as well as history and apparently bleak future) of LGBTQ media. More recently, a piece in Mel (a site launched by Dollar Shave Club, which is a fact I would like you to keep in your head while you read this), contextualized the disintegration of Into within a bigger picture of upheavals and downsizing at such queer and queer-adjacent outlets as Out, The Advocate, Instinct, them, and Mic.

It is not absurd to survey the landscape and report back that the earth has been scorched. It has been. It’s curious to witness a queer-media drought at a time when queer people are more visible (and perhaps more numerous, at least in terms of those who are out) than ever. In the absence of extensive data, we can only guess whether the problem is overall reader apathy, disinterest in reading about niche queer content, or issues with the specific content that has been published. None of the sites mentioned were doing consistent blockbuster numbers, regardless of whatever upswings or momentum they may have achieved via editorial tinkering.

Jezebel

Tags: $, App, Business, Community, Employment, Entertainment, Fail, Journalism, LGBTQ, Media, Modernization, Representation

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05-Mar-2020