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The actress is not quiet and this is just inviting her to speak more about their relationship.
November 21, 2020
Take him outta the plane and go to the hotel. Try and sober him up. He’d better put on a show.
November 21, 2020

It is a really bad look for her and her brand.

I am almost positive this permanent A+ list singer solo and in a group didn't know that her clothing line publicity team was sending free swag to a racist pedophile influencer who has argued in favor of se.x with children of any age. It is a really bad look for her and her brand.

I am almost positive this permanent A+ list singer solo and in a group didn’t know that her clothing line publicity team was sending free swag to a racist pedophile influencer who has argued in favor of se.x with children of any age.

It is a really bad look for her and her brand.

Beyonce

Ivy Park x Adidas “Drip 2” collection

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The Politically Correct Defense of Gender Identity is Concealing Much Worse

We’re told over and over that it’s purely hypothetical to suppose that any man would ever use gender identity activism or laws to sanction unethical or criminal behavior. As if we were speculating about angels dancing on pinheads.

This is false. We’re having it proved again, this very month.

National Geographic’s gender issue is a case in point. Featured in one of its photo spreads are Alok Vaid-Menon and Cherno Biko.

Vaid-Menon wrote an essay describing little girls as “kinky,” in seeming allusion to the idea that child se.xual abuse could be consensual or desired, and you can read it here.

Cherno Biko’s essay appearing to confess to the rape of a trans man, a female living as a man, for the purpose of impregnation is the reason why I first started writing here at FPIW, and you can find links to both versions of that essay here.

Then there’s the women’s march. Except that it’s neither just for women, nor even just about us.

What started as a simple idea has been taken over by a strain of se.x industry activism merged with transgender ideology, and summed up flawlessly by the fact that Janet Mock has insisted that the platform include so-called “se.x workers’ rights.”

The march platform was in fact changed to call for the liberation of the prostituted from exploitation, and Mock demanded that it be changed back to reflect the political interests of the se.x industry. A group representing the interests of se.x industry survivors has been banned from the march following this incident. – Source

 

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