Me Too means the Legislature must investigate lobbyist's claim against Sen. Michelle Ugenti-Rita

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'The bombshells just keep exploding at the state Capitol.

Just as the House opens an investigation into love letters sent by Rep. David Cook to a lobbyist, we learn that another lobbyist accused then-Rep. Michelle Ugenti-Rita and her then-boyfriend of soliciting her for a threesome.

The female lobbyist made the claim in 2017, after Ugenti-Rita and several other legislators accused then-Rep. Don Shooter of sexual harassment.'

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The Dark Side Of #MeToo: What Happens When Men Are Falsely Accused

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'But everything is about balance. And in the wake of the movement came stories of men who were afraid of what might happen if they were falsely accused. Not long after I told my story on Twitter, a Morning Consult poll showed that 57% of U.S. adults were equally concerned for young women and the harassment they could face as they were for young men and the false allegations they could face. Stories have since come out showing that upwards of 60% of men are afraid to mentor women at work, fearing what will happen if they meet behind closed doors without a third party present. According to research from the Pew, a majority of respondents—both male and female—said that the movement has made it harder for men to know how to interact with women in the workplace.

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Amber Heard Allegedly ‘Blackmailed’ Johnny Depp, ‘Threatened’ To ‘Lie’ About Him Every Way

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'Amber Heard reportedly blackmailed and threatened Johnny Depp if he didn’t agree to the terms of their divorce.

In 2016, the “Aquaman” star accused her ex-husband of domestic violence. Heard even went as far as sharing a photo of her bruised face alongside her court documents.

But at that time, Depp’s good friend, Doug Stanhope was already convinced that Heard was lying. In fact, he tried to expose Heard but not many people believed him. Four years later, the tables have turned and the majority of Depp’s fans are seeking justice for the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star.'

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Governor, Florida House Escalate Inquiry Into Domestic Violence Agency

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'Gov. Ron DeSantis and the Florida House on Thursday intensified an inquiry into Florida’s domestic violence agency, calling for additional investigations and issuing subpoenas over the former head of the taxpayer-backed organization’s compensation.

The governor asked state Inspector General Melinda Miguel to investigate the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence’s “exorbitant compensation payouts” and “abuse of state dollars” to determine if any criminal wrongdoing has occurred at the organization.

“Governor DeSantis will not tolerate wasteful or fraudulent spending, particularly from an organization that purports to serve the vulnerable victims of domestic violence,” Helen Aguirre Ferre, a spokeswoman for DeSantis, said in a statement.

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"Sex robots may cause psychological damage"

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'US researchers have warned that the availability of sex robots with artificial intelligence (AI) poses a growing psychological and moral threat to individuals and society.

They say the technology is escaping oversight because agencies are too embarrassed to investigate it.

The scientists want action to prevent the unregulated use of such robots.

Dr Christine Hendren of Duke University told BBC News that "the stakes were high".

"Some robots are programmed to protest, to create a rape scenario," she said.'

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Box Office Data Prove It Wasn’t Men Who Tanked ‘Birds Of Prey’

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'Hollywood has yet to learn its lesson that audiences want to be entertained, not lectured. The release of a new movie Friday, “Birds of Prey,” thrust this lesson into the spotlight when the film didn’t do as well as expected — and, of course, men were to blame.
Tracking the film ahead of release, industry experts expected it to do a healthy business, predicting it would earn at least $50 million on the opening weekend. Instead it took in far less, opening with only $33 million. As the studio grappled with what transpired and how this assured hit went sideways, some in media activist circles had little trouble coming up with a cause. It was men’s fault.

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Alabama Democrat introduces bill requiring men to get vasectomies after age 50 or after third child

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'An Alabama Democratic lawmaker is retaliating against the state's pro-life law by introducing a bill that would require all men to get a vasectomy shortly after turning 50 years old, or after the birth of their third child, according to Yellowhammer News.

State Rep. Roland Hollis filed House Bill 238 in an attempt to place reproductive restrictions on men since the state voted to criminalize abortion. Because the law in Alabama (which is not in effect due to legal obstacles related to Roe v. Wade) makes the killing of unborn children illegal, Hollis apparently believes that men should not be able to father children after a certain point in life.

"Under existing law, there are no restrictions on the reproductive rights of men," the bill's synopsis reads. "This bill would require a man to undergo a vasectomy within one month of his 50th birthday or the birth of his third biological child, whichever comes first."

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Female pedo, 22, ‘filmed herself raping boy, 14, then used abuse tape to blackmail him into selling drugs for her’

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'A FEMALE pedophile filmed herself raping a 14 year-old boy and used the abuse tape to blackmail him into selling drugs for her, police say.

Irabelis Carrazana, 22, reportedly began molesting the teen last year – three years before the age of consent in Miami, where they both live.

She allegedly filmed herself raping the boy, who is now 15, before forcing him to sell drugs for her and exposing him to gangs.

Carrazana was arrested on Monday after her alleged victim told detectives she had been abusing him.

It is possible that Carrazana used the abuse footage as a blackmail to get the child to do her bidding.

She reportedly admitted to having videos of her sexually abusing him on her phone when she was questioned by detectives.'

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Not-so-happy V's Day at work

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'Overall, 56 per cent of all ages say office romances should be banned, a survey revealed.

And 37 per cent do not want people in their office dating as they reckon it would be “insensitive” to singletons and make colleagues feel “very uncomfortable”.

Besides, woke blokes are now too scared to flirt with co-workers in the wake of the #MeToo movement.

Sixty per cent fear they would be seen as predatory if they showed their feelings, the survey by online printing firm Instantprint found.'

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UK: The plight of white working class boys is a 'taboo subject' in Westminster

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'The plight of white working class boys is a 'taboo subject' in Westminster, where their poor school results are ignored, says Tory MP Ben Bradley.

Mr Bradley today told the Commons that modern society is ignoring the plight of white males from disadvantaged backgrounds.

He questioned why there is not the same outcry about academic under-performance in those communities in the way the Mansfield MP says there would be for others.'

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"VAWA Joe" snatches defeat from the jaws of foolishness

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'He was once the presumptive Democratic nominee, but on Tuesday, Joe Biden fled New Hampshire with his tail between his legs — and headed to South Carolina, where he watched his dismal results come in.

Sensing a humiliating defeat in the Granite State, Biden’s team announced the former vice president was throwing in the towel before the polls had even closed, spending Tuesday evening at a campaign launch party in Columbia, SC, about 1,000 miles away.

Biden ended up placing fifth in New Hampshire, capturing less than 9 percent of the vote and none of the state’s pledged delegates.'

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SU files response to federal Title IX lawsuit

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'Syracuse University filed a response Monday to a federal lawsuit from a former SU student who claims the university led an “inadequate and biased” Title IX investigation into a sexual assault complaint.

The plaintiff, referred to as John Doe, alleges in the November lawsuit that SU violated seven Title IX guidelines and showed extreme gender bias during the investigation because Doe was male, according to court documents.

Chancellor Kent Syverud is one of four university officials listed as defendants in the lawsuit. Also listed is Assistant Dean of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs Pamela Peter, who served as assistant dean and director of the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities at the time of the investigation.

SU submitted a request to dismiss all claims from Doe and present an oral argument in court. Doe did not have evidence that SU intentionally discriminated against him during the investigation based on his gender, the university’s response states.

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Myths about domestic violence

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'While there is much written about just what sort of person it is that abuses another, and what kind of person puts up with it, there is actually very little evidence for what can be said about the people as a group.

What we do know is that most people who abuse experienced abuse in the home (not necessarily towards themselves). People who tolerate abuse, particularly those who go back to an abuser once free of them, or who seek another abusive partner, have often been abused as a child.

Erin Pizzey, who set up the world’s first refuge for the care and treatment of battered women in Chiswick, London, UK, discovered that the women she cared for were often as violent, if not more violent, than the men they were leaving. Her first study, and many studies since, indicates a link between violence in childhood and the re-creation of violent relationships in adult life.'

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The Real Gender Gap Is 'The Boy Crisis,' and Democrats Are Making It Worse

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'President Donald Trump is working with award-winning best-selling author Warren Farrell to "Make the American Family Great Again." Farrell, a former board member for the National Organization for Women (NOW) in New York, now chairs the Commission to Create a White House Council on Boys to Men. In an interview with PJ Media, he outlined what he calls "the boy crisis" and explained how Democratic staffers in thrall to a certain type of feminism have prevented him from partnering with 2020 Democrats in his attempt to solve it.

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Christian colleges oppose Title IX due process reforms as ‘barrier’ to the truth

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'The Department of Education’s proposed Title IX regulations, which aim to improve due process for accused students, could present a “barrier” to the truth in sexual assault investigations, the president of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities said Friday.

With her comments, Shirley Hoogstra may have upstaged the highest profile speaker at the group’s Presidents Conference: Rachael Denhollander, the first woman to publicly accuse USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar of sexual assault.

The CCCU president apparently confirmed that Christian institutions see sexual misconduct much like their secular counterparts: as a disciplinary process that should favor accusers over accused students.

Moderating a panel discussion on how Christian colleges should handle Title IX cases, Hoogstra claimed that cross-examination and “in-person” hearings would discourage victims from coming forward.'

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