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The pandemic is hitting LGBTQ families harder than straight people 

 

A recent report by the Movement Advancement Project (MAP) found that LGBTQ families are experiencing disproportionate challenges due to the pandemic.

The report, based on the results of a summer survey by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, found that LGBTQ households are experiencing greater financial strain, more unemployment, and bigger struggles to balance work and childcare than non-LGBTQ households.

The report found, for example, that 66% of LGBTQ households have experienced a serious financial problem since the pandemic began, compared to 44% of non-LGBTQ households.

It also found that 52% of LGBTQ households with children have had trouble keeping their kids’ education going, compared to 36% of non-LGBTQ households that have experienced this challenge.

Healthcare has also been a huge challenge for the LGBTQ community, with 38% of LGBTQ households reporting they were unable to get medical care or delayed getting medical care for serious issues. This compared to 19% of non-LGBTQ households.

The pandemic is hitting LGBTQ families harder than straight people

Tags: $, Children, Cultural, Education, Effect, Employment, Environment, Family, History, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Parental Responsibility, Priorities, Reckless, Relationships, Survival, Unemployment

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26-Dec-2020


Andrew Christian Uses Model of Color to Advertise 'Slave' Harness 

 

The underwear company offers both a harness and an underwear brief emblazoned with the word "slave" and uses a POC to model them.

UPDATE: Jeff White, the cofounder of Andrew Christian, told The Advocate that the images of the model will "immediately" be replaced in response to the complaint. White's full statement:

As you accurately noted in your article our "Master" and "Slave" harnesses and underwear only reference the "Master" and "Slave" terminology of the BDSM culture and has nothing to do with anything else. We sincerely apologize if anyone finds the image of the model offensive and we will replace it immediately.

Andrew Christian Uses Model of Color to Advertise 'Slave' Harness

Tags: Advertising, Cultural, Employment, Fantasy, Fashion, Hypocrisy, Indictment, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Men Not In Charge, Overreaction, Politics, Racial Tension, Termination, Unemployment

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10-Nov-2020


‘Married at First Sight’ Fans Feel Fed Up With the Current Experts 

 

Married at First Sight fans are starting to get frustrated with the Lifetime show’s so-called experts. Seasons 10 and 11 have both featured couples that seem to have nothing going for them — fans of Season 10 will probably point to Mindy Shiben and Zach Justice as an excellent example, and those watching Season 11 are currently irritated with Brett and Olivia as well as Christina and Henry. Now, after watching these two Season 11 pairs crash and burn, fans are wondering if it’s time for the series to find new matchmakers.

Married at First Sight fans are taking these mismatched couples as a sign that it’s time for Lifetime to reconsider its experts.

“How are these people getting matched!? It’s not too hard to find out when and if someone wants to have children. Ditto if they are a physically demonstrative, affectionate person or not!” posted a frustrated fan on Reddit.

“This show could be such an awesome sociological experiment but it seems some couples are just being matched for the potential reality TV drama they might create. These are real people they are messing with, in real LEGAL marriages!” they added.

“The experts don’t seem to pay too much attention to what the people are looking for in a partner. They are matching them based on their ‘knowledge’ and are failing miserably. I think it’s definitely time for a change in experts,” opined a commenter on the thread.

‘Married at First Sight’ Fans Feel Fed Up With the Current Experts

Tags: Backlash, Celebrity, Employment, Experience, Exploitation, Oops, Protest, Quackery, Safety, TV, TV Gay Swatch, Unemployment

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11-Oct-2020


Older LGBTQ workers face special jeopardy from widespread workplace ageism 

 

Last June’s surprising Supreme Court decision granting LGBTQ employees protection under federal law would seem to put an end to workplace discrimination. But if you’re 50 or older, you may still experience an equally invidious form of discrimination: ageism.

According to a 2018 AARP survey, about three in five workers have experienced age discrimination in their jobs. A whopping 76 percent worried that ageism would hurt their job hunting. That fear is well-grounded. An analysis of employment data by the Urban Institute and ProPublica found that half of older workers were pushed out of jobs and 90 percent of them ended up taking a pay cut when they were finally rehired.

Being an older LGBTQ worker can make things even worse. Out LGBTQ workers have already had to deal with much higher levels of job discrimination and wage disparities. Now, despite the promise of job protections for being LGBTQ, they are finding that the pervasive problem of ageism serves as yet another threat to their careers and financial security.

Worsening the problem is the internalized ageism that many older LGBTQ people carry. A 2015 study of 312 gay men with an average age of 61 found that many felt aging was harder due to the perception that gay men primarily value younger men. No doubt, some of that carries over into the workplace as well.

Older LGBTQ workers face special jeopardy from widespread workplace ageism

Tags: $, Ageism, Aging, Business, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Gay, Hostility, Interference, Life Sucks!, Politics, Psychology, Punishment, Self Interest, Seniors, Sex, Shame, Unemployment, Victims

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31-Aug-2020