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Family Guy follows ‘transphobic’ episode by taking aim at ‘network TV gays’

Family Guy has mocked “network TV gays” in its latest episode just weeks after it came under fire for its treatment of a trans character. In the latest episode, titled ‘Disney’s The Reboot’, Family Guy imagines that the network was bought by Disney, which means the long-running show is due a shake-up. The episode charts an imagined reboot called Lois which focuses on the family living in an alternative version of reality where the focus is on Peter’s wife. For the most part, the episode takes cheap shots at feminism by depicting...
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Halsey received rape threats after her ground-breaking performance with a female dancer

Halsey has revealed that “all hell broke loose” after she performed her single ‘Without Me’ with a female dancer. The singer-songwriter said that she suffered a fierce backlash after appearing on The Voice in 2018 alongside dancer Jade Chynoweth. “People were going, ‘What is this lesbian garbage on my TV?'” she told The Sunday Times. “My phone number leaked, my email leaked. People were texting me things like, ‘I’m going to rape you straight.’ Heinous stuff.” The 25-year-old said the response was the perfect example of society’s double standards, explaining:...
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Students are campaigning against a gay club that doesn’t even exist, claiming it will ‘push homosexuality’ on them

A group of students in Georgia are trying to ban a support group for gay people that doesn’t even exist yet. The students – who clearly have nothing better to be doing – have launched a campaign opposing the formation of a Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) at their school after two students decided they wanted to set one up. Mason Rice, who is one of the students trying to set up the GSA at Fannin County High School, spoke to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution about need for a GSA. “I feel like...
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Sex education in Ghana causes anti-LGBT backlash, despite having no LGBT content

New sex education guidelines for schools in Ghana have been released and religious anti-LGBT+ activists in the country are calling them “satanic” – despite the fact that there is no LGBT content. The guidelines for Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) were released by the the Ghana Education Service (GES) outlining appropriate topics for sex education for students aged four to 17. According to Human Rights Watch, LGBT+ people living in Ghana suffer discrimination and abuse in public and in private, and are still living under colonial-era law which prohibits gay sex....
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