The Republican-run state government of Florida is stepping up efforts to redefine legal and policy terminology in a campaign to censor free speech concerning sexuality.
“New York City’s eviction court – the venue of a landmark same-sex relationship decision long before Obergefell v Hodges – is now the source of a legal opinion that comes down clearly on the side of polyamorous unions. The decision came in the case of West 49th St., LLC v. O’Neill, decided by New York Civil Court Judge Karen May Bacdayan, concluded that polyamorous relationships are entitled to the same sort of legal protection given to two-person relationships.”
LOS ANGELES — A controversial California federal judge ruled on Friday against Visa’s request to be dismissed from a lawsuit alleging it “conspired” with MindGeek to profit from CSAM.
The Utah State Board of Education has approved official guidelines for how to ban books and other material from school libraries, amidst a moral panic stoked by religiously inspired activists seeking to cleanse education of “pornography.”
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The Independence day of America is cursed this year. Robert E. “Bobby” Crimo III, 22, has been arrested for the possible killing of 6 people in 41 at Westleigh Road in Lake Forest after being spotted by North Chicago police. The 4 July parade has 6 people dead after the wild shooting and dozens injured as well.
Federal legislation introduced this month could offer not just clarity, but also a legal remedy for survivors of stealthing. One bill introduced last month would explicitly name stealthing as a form of sexual violence and create a legal pathway for victims to sue perpetrators for damages and relief.
In May, she announced she would like to run for the provincial election as a Liberal. Seems like a perfect fit – a highly intelligent, passionate, and experienced woman who has served the community for years. However, the Ontario Liberals were not so liberal, which shows you how thick judgement runs toward sex workers. According to Northern Ontario News, they rejected Sayers on an excuse that she used her social media “too often.” Bogus! Even more bogus… wait until you hear who did get the bid.
The justices, in a 5-4 decision, granted a request by NetChoice and the Computer & Communications Industry Association, which count Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) and YouTube as members, to block the law while litigation continues after a lower court on May 11 let it go into effect.
Tom Basile, who bills himself as “the host of ‘America Right Now’ on Newsmax Television, an author and a former Bush administration official,” penned an op-ed on Friday for the Washington Times where he minimizes the effect gun control and other policies may have in curbing repeated occurrences of mass violence.