A UK newspaper column advises:
The questionWhat would I do? I might tell my 4yo that the leash is the punishment for a girl not behaving, and that when she gets a little older, I will explain the horrors of lesbianism.
We live in a family-oriented neighbourhood in the heart of our city. Dozens of kids ride bikes, play soccer and so on while adults chat and watch. Last summer, one of my neighbours (with three sons) told me he saw a woman walking her girlfriend on a leash. I told him he must have been fantasizing. Sure enough, a woman with long dreads and multiple piercings (I’d seen her before; she rents a basement apartment on the street) came around the corner walking her girlfriend on a leash. We’ve seen it many times since then, in the middle of the day. My four-year old daughter asked me why the lady was wearing a leash. I told her that she was pretending to be a dog and that the other lady was playing the owner. My daughter loves inventing her own play scenarios and easily accepted my explanation. This has been going on since last summer, so it’s obviously a happy, long-term relationship. But I don’t love having to explain S&M role-play to my four-year old and would appreciate if the dog-walking happened after, say 9 p.m. What would you do?
That's right. Large-breasted women are so discriminated against in North Korea they try to shrink or hide their boobs in order to boost their social standing, according to the South Korean daily JoongAng Ilbo as cited by Korea watcher Robert Koehler.We capitalists are better because our women are proud to show off their surgically enhanced breasts. That and the fact that we do not eat our kids:
North Korea's patriarchal society apparently views nature's generosity with suspicion, defectors told JoongAng Ilbo.
The bigger your breasts, the more likely you'll be considered a slut, the women reportedly said, because you're seen as strutting your stuff — as if morality determines that development. ...
"Boob jobs" are popular in South Korea, where the people are the most cosmetically enhanced in the world, Cain said, who is based in Seoul, and they're also becoming a hot item for the new affluent women of China, Vietnam and Indonesia.
A starving man in North Korea has been executed after murdering his two children for food, reports from inside the secretive state claim.Here is a British woman you will want to avoid:
A 'hidden famine' in the farming provinces of North and South Hwanghae is believed to have killed up to 10,000 people and there are fears that incidents of cannibalism have risen.
The grim story is just one to emerge as residents battle starvation after a drought hit farms and shortages were compounded by party officials confiscating food.
Lisa confessed she 'hopes to find a man who is wiling to embrace her asexuality'.I have switch to using the more inclusive term LGBTQIA.
While she is willing to extend intimacy to levels of cuddling, she finds the act of sex itself completely repellent. ...
Speaking about her first sexual experience Lisa said: 'I was in a relationship with someone I trusted who was wonderful, but I saw it as a chore and I didn't want to do it. ...
'I'd love to be in a loving relationship and settle down,' she said.
'But the extent of intimacy would be cuddling.'
When asked about her hopes for the future and finding a man to settle down with, Lisa's reply reveals her fears. 'I'm an asexual vegan who doesn't want kids - I'm thinking crazy cat lady.'
'I want to get married and have a house - but no sex.'
For most American women, it doesn't take much to trick them into taking their clothes off:
A California man has been charged with blackmailing over 350 women into sending him nude photos after hacking into their Facebook, Skype and email accounts.The LGBTQIA lobby is trying to stir up some controversy about the football super bowl, and so USA Today has this confusing story:
Karen 'Gary' Kazaryan, 27, is accused of hacking into the victims’ accounts and changing their passwords, locking them out of their own online accounts.
He then searched emails or other files for naked or semi-naked pictures of the victims, as well as other information, such as passwords and the names of their friends. He then posed online as the women, sent instant messages to their friends - and, somehow, persuaded those friends to get undressed so that he could view and take pictures of them.
Even when the victims discovered that they weren't actually speaking with their friends, Kazaryan was frequently able to use the photos he already had to blackmail the victims to strip on camera.
He allegedly posted nude photos of some victims on their Facebook pages when they failed to comply with his demands.
NEW ORLEANS — When four members of the San Francisco 49ers made an anti-bullying video in August for the "It Gets Better Project," they were hailed as trail blazers — big, strong athletes in a game bathed in testosterone and homophobia, who were prepared to take on the narrow minds of the NFL locker rooms.Note how the USA Today insists on misquoting Brooks. He said, "Oh, that. It was an anti-bullying video, not a gay video". You can watch the anti-bullying video for yourself, and decide whether it is a gay video.
But two of the players who took part in the video — linebacker Ahmad Brooks and nose tackle Isaac Sopoaga — strangely denied making the video. Then, when shown the video, they said they didn't realize the aim of the production was to fight the bullying of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender teens.
The players were asked about the video Thursday because teammate Chris Culliver made derogatory remarks about gays in a media day interview with radio personality Artie Lange.
At first, Brooks and Sopoaga, approached by USA TODAY Sports, denied being part of the project.
"I didn't make any video," Brooks said. "This is America and if someone wants to be gay, they can be gay. It's their right. But I didn't make any video."
CULLIVER APOLOGIZES: Niners' defender backs off homophobic remarks
When told USA TODAY Sports had seen the video and he was in it, Brooks replied, "I don't remember that. I think if I made a video, I'd remember it."
He was shown the video on an iPhone.
"Oh, that. It was an anti-bullying video, not a gay (rights) video," he said.
When told that studies show that the majority of teens who are bullied are harassed over sexual identity issues, Brooks thought for a second.
"I know that. I know that," he said. "Okay, you're right and I'm wrong. Are you from one of those New York newspapers?"
Brooks is right and wrong at the same time. He was tricked. He just made a statement against bullying and said nothing about gays. The term "anti-bullying" has become a code word for pro-LGBTQIA propaganda. It slips thru because everyone is against bullying. Even the local California public schools now all have anti-bullying programs.
The US Supreme Court is hearing cases challenging man-woman marriage, and the briefs in favor are here and here. Here is an Oregon intolerance story:
A Gresham baker is the subject of a state investigation after he refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.Yes, he probably will be penalized for his beliefs because they stand in the way of illiberal liberals.
Did Sweet Cakes owner Aaron Klein violate the law when he told the couple that he couldn’t sell them a cake because “they were abominations to the Lord?”
That’s what Oregon Attorney General's civil enforcement officers are looking into after one of the brides-to-be filed a complaint on Jan. 28. ...
“If I have to be to, I guess, be penalized for my beliefs, then I guess, well, that’ll be what it is,” he said.