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#BetterthanChickfilA: what to eat when you crave both chicken and equal rights

News that the chain is still donating money to anti-LGBTQ organizations is disappointing but its also an opportunity Were living in an age where we are questioning everything, says cookbook author defended their discriminatory position: We intend to stay the course We know that it might not be popular with everyone. But time passed and newly released tax filings showed that Chick-fil-As foundation gave more than $1.8m to a trio of groups with a record of anti-LGBTQ discrimination in 2017, an increase from the previous year. Chick-fil-As appeal is unique…

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Facebook Suit Reveals Ukrainian Hackers Used Quizzes to Take Data from 60,000 Users

Two Ukrainian men used online quizzes to lure more than 60,000 Facebook users into installing malicious browser extensions that exfiltrated their profile data and friends lists to offshore servers, according a federal lawsuit the company filed late Friday. The men, Andrey Gorbachov and Gleb Sluchevsky, allegedly used the browser extensions to overlay their own advertisements onto Facebooks news feed when their victims visited through the compromised browsers. The company doesnt offer a motive for the data-scraping, but it may have been used to work friends names into the ad copy,…

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Georgia man charged with murder after fatally shooting 19-year-old who knocked on the wrong apartment door

According to police, Banks and his girlfriend recently moved into the building and Banks, still unfamiliar with the area, knocked on what he thought was his apartment door. PENNSYLVANIA JUDGE SENTENCES WOMAN TO LIFE IN PRISON FOR MURDER OF ADOPTIVE DAUGHTER: ‘EVIL ATTRACTS EVIL’ Banks had reportedly made an error, approaching the door of 32-year-old Darryl Bynes instead. According to the police account, the pair had a short conversation before Bynes went inside, grabbed his gun and shot Banks as he tried to get away, WSB-TV reported. Trending in US Read more:…

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The Broad City Finale Was Just About Perfect

NEWSLETTERS The Daily Beasts Obsessed Everything we cant stop loving, hating, and thinking about this week in pop culture. By Clicking "Subscribe" you agree to have read the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy This week: Crying through the Broad City finale. Freaking out over an Us fan theory. The Elton John biopics gay panic. Avengers: Endgame trying my last nerve. But Chris Evans remains perfect. Adele and J.Laws big night out. The Broad City Finale Was Just About Perfect On Thursday night, Abbi and Ilana had one last adventure.…

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The Danger of Calling Mike Pence a ‘Decent’ Man

Joe Biden should have taken Ms. Fernbachers advice: by not saying anything at all. broke Gay Twitter by calling his successorBidens would-be competition in 2020, Pete Buttigieg, did run afoul of the Fernbacher Edict, however. The South Bend, Indiana mayorwho is just the second gay man to ever run for commander-in-chiefWashington Blade that Pence is a super nice guy who just so happens to occupy a different reality than the rest of us. If decent implies moral fortitude and nice suggests kindness, Pence is neither of those things. He is…

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Leopard Cub Learns to Walk After Being Paralyzed from Car Accident

Leopard Cub Learns to Walk Again After Being Paralyzed In this miraculous video, this paralyzed leopard cub learns to walk again! This leopard cub was unfortunately involved in car accident and was paralyzed because of it. Only 7 months old, this leopard cub was taken in by a local wildlife center in Junnar, India. The wildlife center took x-rays and discovered that there were spinal injuries that were affecting the cub’s limbs. The veterinarians were able to help this leopard cub walk again through regular physiotherapy sessions. Try not to…

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This Is For You When Youre Feeling Unsettled In Life

To the you who feels unsettled, or the you who feels uncertain. To the you who feels stuck, or the you who feels unheard. To the you who doesn’t know how to make your dreams come true, or the you who doesn’t know what to do when your dreams do come true. To the you who is struggling silent battles, and the you who feels like you are falling behind. To all of you: here is what I hope for you. I hope you don’t make your big decisions based…

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Black women are fed up with Khloe Kardashian’s tweets about Jordyn Woods

The internet on Friday was awash with reactions to the very public exchange betweenKhloe Kardashianand Jordyn Woods. The dominating attitude was in defense of Woods, and Black women on Twitter especially didn’t hold back criticism of Kardashian. In an interview on Jada Pinkett Smith’s Red Table Talkon Friday, Woods defended reports that with Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend, . Woods admitted to being drunk at a party with Thompson and that he kissed her on the lips, but she said he “didn’t make any moves” and denied reports that she had given him…

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Making A Commitment Is About More Than Staying Faithful

Making a commitment is about more than staying faithful. It’s about more than deleting dating apps and turning down strangers at the bar. It’s about more than making a promise to stay with this person and only this person. Making a commitment is about putting effort into your relationship, fighting for your relationship, making (reasonable) sacrifices for your relationship. It’s about sensing a problem and coming to compromises. It’s about having the courage to deal with issues as soon as they arise instead of sweeping them under the rug and…

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Senators team up for bipartisan net neutrality ‘working group’ amid pressure

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) and Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) announced on Wednesday they formed a “working group” to try and craft a bipartisan net neutrality proposal. The announcement comes as net neutrality advocate groups have begun to ramp up pressure on Sinemathe only Democratic senator who did not originally cosponsor the Save The Internet Acta bill that would undo the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) repeal and restore the 2015 Open Internet Order. While Sinema did not originally cosponsor the bill, she could still vote for it if it got to…

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