Racist Feminist: DianaBoston AKA SaelPalani AKA @joyintorah18 racist attacks using racial slurs on a Mexican Woman

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7ahKLdqTHE

 

this video is from the Mexican Woman she racially attacked

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KdpUsC_baU

 

another one in an expanding list of racist leftists

 

more on Diana Boston

https://kiwifarms.net/threads/mancheeze-diana-boston-saelpalani.15689/

 

Racist attack video 1
Racist attack video 2
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Russian feminist attacks men with bleach for crime of “manspreading” | Sheila Gunn Reid

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7epgCIHjnY

Sheila Gunn Reid of The Rebel.Media reports: Russian feminist Anna Dovgalyuk published a video of herself pouring what she says was bleach on men sitting on public transit for the crime of “manspreading.” Watch as Sheila explains the crazy reaction from feminists and the media.

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Teem Woork – Light My Fire (Eurodance)

 

Real Dream – My Love 4 You (Eurodance)

 

J.J. Power – Stay With Me (Eurodance)

 

Austin – Your Love Is Magic (Eurodance)

 

Phea – Overnight (Eurodance)

 

Estrella – Never Be Lonely (Eurodance)

 

Base Project – Setting Sun (Eurodance)

 

 

Utopia – Lesson In Love (Eurodance)

 

Heath Hunter – Walking On Clouds (1997) (Official Video) HQ

 

Heath Hunter – Everybody Everynation

 

 

Boys More Likely To Be Victims Of Teen Dating Violence Than Girls, Study Shows

VANCOUVER — Who is more likely to be victimized by teen dating violence? If you’re quick to think it’s girls, new data shows you’re wrong. In a surprising twist, recently published research indicates boys are more likely to report being victims of dating violence committed by partners who hit, slap or push them.

Researchers with the University of British Columbia (UBC) and Simon Fraser University (SFU) conducted a longitudinal study of dating violence. While reports of physical abuse went down over time, they say there is a troubling gender-related trend.

 

Five percent of teens reported physical abuse from their dating partners in 2013, down from 6 percent in 2003. But in the last year, 5.8 percent of boys reported dating violence compared to 4.2 percent of girls.

“It could be that it’s still socially acceptable for girls to hit or slap boys in dating relationships,” says lead author Catherine Shaffer, a PhD student with SFU, in a release. “This has been found in studies of adolescents in other countries as well.”

Researchers looked at data collected from three British Columbia Adolescent Health Surveys conducted over a 10-year timespan. Participants were 35,900 students in grades 7 through 12 who were in dating relationships. This is the first North American study to compare statistics for boys and girls and the first Canadian study to consider teen dating violence over the course of a decade.

Shaffer believes the overall decline in dating violence is positive. “Young people who experience dating violence are more likely to act out and take unnecessary risks, and they’re also more likely to experience depression or think about or attempt suicide,” she says. “That’s why it’s good to see that decline in dating violence over a 10-year span. It suggests that healthy relationship programs are making an impact among youth.”

Elizabeth Saewyc, senior study author and a UBC nursing professor, thinks the results tell us that teens in dating relationships need more support programs.

“A lot of our interventions assume that the girl is always the victim, but these findings tell us that it isn’t always so,” notes Saewyc. “And relationship violence, be it physical, sexual or other forms, and regardless who the perpetrator is, is never OK. Health-care providers, parents and caregivers, schools and others can protect teens from dating violence by helping them define what healthy relationships look like, even before their first date.”

 

Researchers say a study is needed to find out why boys are experiencing an increase in dating violence.

The study results were published on July 18, 2018 in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

 

https://www.studyfinds.org/boys-more-victimized-by-teen-dating-violence-than-girls-study-finds/

 

Athena Rayne Treats Fans To First IR Scene At Teens Love Black Cock

Los Angeles – If you haven’t been paying attention, Athena Rayne is becoming one of the most popular performers in the industry. Her fans love everything she does, and they will be delighted to know Athena has shot her first IR scene. Released for TeensLoveBlackCock.com, “Where Shopping Is A Pleasure” starts with Athena carrying groceries back to her apartment, when she passes by neighbor, Eddie Jaye. Athena takes him up on his offer to help carry the bags, and decides to invite him for dinner. She first wants to try on her new outfit. Eddie walks by just as Athena is pulling her pants over her curvy ass. Eddie offers to carry her groceries for a year if he can have a chance with her. Athena is more than willing to take him up on his offer, and shows exactly how neighborly she can be.

“I love this scene for a few reasons,” commented Athena. “Eddie and I both have a great sense of humor and a ton of passion; with jokes about Spaghetti-O’s and dynamic sexual chemistry, this has been one of the best shoots I’ve had to date.”

 

http://therealpornwikileaks.com/athena-rayne-treats-fans-to-first-ir-scene-at-teens-love-black-cock/

Study Shows More Women Injured By Abortions as Dangerous Abortion Pill Usage Increases

https://www.lifenews.com/2018/09/27/study-shows-more-women-injured-by-abortions-as-dangerous-abortion-pill-usage-increases/

In news that adds further evidence that home abortion is risky for women, a large Swedish study has suggested that the practice is the reason complications for medical abortion have doubled in six years.

The study, published in BMC Women’s Health, concludes: “The rate of complications associated with medical abortions [at less than 12 weeks gestation] has increased from 4.2% in 2008 to 8.2% in 2015. The cause of this is unknown but it may be associated with a shift from hospital to home medical abortions.”

The Westminster Government last month announced it plans to follow the Scottish and Welsh governments in approving the medical abortion pill for home use – a decision SPUC is fighting in the courts.

What does the study say?

The study analysed all the women who underwent abortions at Skaraborg Hospital in Sweden between 2008 and 2015 – a total of 4945 abortions.

For most of these women, medical abortion at home was the recommended procedure. Home abortion has increasingly become the norm in Sweden; by 2015, 85.2% of all medical abortions before the 9th gestational week were carried out at home – an increase of over 10% from 2008-9, when the number was 74.6%.

In the same time frame, the complication rate (bleeding, infections, and most commonly, incomplete abortions) for medical abortions before 12 weeks has increased from 4.2% to 8.2%.

Why is this?

The researchers suggest several times that the increase in abortions at home may be to blame. “There was a significant increase in the share of complications related to medical abortions…One potential reason is that the proportion of induced abortions performed at home has risen. It is likely that women who have medical abortions at home will visit our outpatient clinic in a greater extent since they do not have the direct help and support from a midwife.”

Important implications

SPUC is currently appealing a decision by a judge at the Edinburgh Court of Session to back the Scottish Government’s home abortion policy.

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Deputy Chief Executive John Deighan said: “This study appears to back what we have been saying all along – that home abortions are risky for women. Sweden is known to have very good data on abortion, and the conclusions of a large scale study like this, where home abortion has been the norm for more than a decade, are not to be taken lightly.

“We call on the Government to urgently review their decision to allow home abortion in light of this new evidence.

“We are still of the view that abortion at home is not lawful and the evidence shows the threat it poses to women’s health,” he concluded. “This latest research suggests that women taking the abortion pill at home cannot be ruled out as a factor leading to a significant increase in complications in a country where it has been extensively tried.”

LifeNews Note: Courtesy of SPUC. The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children is a leading pro-life organziation in the United Kingdom.

What the Brett Kavanaugh allegations reveal about alcohol and sexual assault

Alcohol is at play in roughly half of sexual assault cases, according to a report from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism in the United States. Sometimes it’s consumed by the victim and other times by the perpetrator.

In some cases, a person’s wish to sexually assault another person actually triggers alcohol use, the Institute’s report says. Per the U.S. government website on date rape drugs, alcohol is “the drug most commonly used to help commit sexual assault.”

The commonalities among male sexual assault perpetrators had a lot to do with their views on women, the report goes on. The assailants were mostly men who were lower in empathy, and more likely to endorse statements like “no means yes,” “women enjoy forced sex” and “all’s fair in love and war.”

 

The men were also more likely to be hostile to women. That hostility is explored in a 2011 study in the journal of Psychology and Addictive Behaviors. In tracking hundreds of newly-wed couples during the first four years of marriage, that study found that heavy alcohol consumption only made a person predisposed to hostility more aggressive. Someone low in hostility could drink alcohol without showing signs of alcohol-related aggression. Those findings were consistent with previous studies.

And yet, Decter says, there’s a long history of intoxication being used in courts to create reasonable doubt.

Section 33.1 of the Canadian Criminal Code actually prevents people from using self-induced intoxication as a defence. However, that hasn’t stopped lower court judges from using a victim’s drunkenness as a reason for acquittal.

In 2017, a Nova Scotia judge made headlines nationally after acquitting a Halifax taxi driver of sexually assaulting a passenger, writing in his ruling, “Clearly, a drunk can consent.”

More recently, an Ontario Superior Court Justice ruled in August that Cameron McCaw, a Toronto man due to stand trial for sexual assault, would be allowed to argue the defence of extreme intoxication.

“Section 33.1’s objective … is not sufficiently pressing and substantial to justify the great damage it does to fair trial interests,” Nancy Spies’ wrote before affirming that it was “of no force and effect in Ontario.”

https://globalnews.ca/news/4487944/alcohol-and-sexual-assault/?utm_medium=Twitter&utm_source=%40globalnews