Month: August 2020

WATCH: MAGA ‘Karen’ Loses Her Dentures While Hurling Xenophobic Abuse At Asian Woman


A Trump supporter attending a MAGA rally in Beverly Hills, California, this weekend lost her dentures several times while hurling xenophobic remarks at an Asian woman, telling her to “go back to where her ancestors came from.”

The woman, who identified herself in a viral video as Carla after being called a “Karen” by the crowd, can be seen wearing Trump 2020 gear while unleashing a hateful, xenophobic attack at a counter-protester.

“F*ck communism,” Carla yells while struggling to keep her dentures in.

“The woman apparently has a pattern of being fired up and getting in people’s faces at these kinds of rallies,” reports TMZ, who shared an earlier video of Carla getting into heated arguments with counter-protesters.

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Ryan Murphy's 'The Prom' Netflix Film Announces Star-Studded Cast

Ryan Murphy on red carpet

Plus we finally know the release date.

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Shocking Video Shows Trump Supporters Driving Into Crowds, Firing Paintball Guns At Protesters In Portland: WATCH


Two large pickup trucks taking part in a pro-Trump procession were seen accelerating into a crowd of protesters in Portland, Oregon, on Saturday.

The pro-Trump vehicle rally, made up of hundreds of cars and trucks, gathered in the Portland suburb of Clackamas before making its way to the city center. The caravan was initially planned to circle the highways but some of its members split off and headed into downtown where Black Lives Matters protesters were gathered.

Clashes quickly occurred between the caravan members and counterprotesters in downtown Portland.

“We saw fistfights on the streets, in some cases; people in the backs of pickup trucks shooting paintballs into the crowd; other people throwing things back onto the trucks where the pro-Trump supporters were there, driving around,” Baker said.

Justin Dunlap, an independent journalist who was on the ground in Portland on Saturday, told NBC News that the “Trump car caravan was causing trouble” and that he heard reports they were pepper-spraying people. He said the scene was “super heavy.”

Video shows a Trump supporter shooting paintballs at civilians on the street while another Trump caravan member sprays the crowd with an industrial-sized can of pepper spray.

New York Times correspondent Mike Baker, shared a video showing a Trump supporter shooting paintballs at civilians standing on a downtown Portland street while another pro-Trump caravan member sprays the crowd with an industrial-sized can of pepper spray.

“Clashes. Trump people unload paintballs and pepper spray. They shot me too,” Baker wrote.

Another video shows the Trump supporters firing paintballs and pepper spray as they drove their trucks into demonstrators attempting to block their convoy.

A video shared by Benjamin Tier shows a vehicle driving at high speeds into a crowd of protesters in downtown Portland Saturday evening.

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Niecy Nash Comes Out, Gets Married, Introduces Wife to World

Niecy Nash wedding

Love truly wins.

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Actress Niecy Nash Comes Out, Introduces The World To Her Wife, Musician Jessica Betts


Congrats are in order for Niecy Nash!

The 50-year-old actress and comedian announced her marriage to musician Jessica Betts on Twitter and Instagram on Monday, sharing a stunning snap from their wedding day

The star, known for her appearances on shows like Claws, Scream Queens, and Reno 911!, wrote on Twitter: “Mrs. Carol Denise Betts.”

Betts shared the image to her own page, writing, “I got a whole Wife 👽💍.”

“The two had not publicly been known as a couple prior to the post,” reports Out.com. “Nash was not publicly known to be queer either, though she played a lesbian doctor on The Mindy Project in 2014. She notably kissed Mindy Kaling as a part of the role.”

“This marks Nash’s third marriage. She was previously married to Don Nash from 1994 to 2007, and Jay Tucker since 2011,” according to ET. “The Claws star filed for divorce from Tucker in December 2019, two months after calling it quits.”

While on the set of Claws, a queer inclusive TNT series Nash led, the pair posted a photo in 2018 where Nash referred to Betts as her “homegirl.”

The singer also played the role of Nadege in the series for at least one episode in 2018.

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Trans rugby players fight back against proposed World Rugby ban

Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images

As World Rugby considers banning trans women from women’s rugby, various trans ruggers are speaking out. In recent weeks, reports out of World Rugby — the sport’s international governing body — have pointed to an impending ban of trans women from women’s rugby.
The move caught International Gay Rugby off guard. They had been advising World Rugby on their trans policy and had believed a path to inclusion — not outright exclusion — would be the ultimate destination
The policy is important to IGR — the world’s leading LGBTQ rugby organiation — as they have members who are trans women and who would be directly effected by a ban.
Outsports teamed up with IGR to share the real-life stories of trans athletes in rugby to help people understand the truth of trans inclusion in the sport:

Isabella Macbeth plays women’s rugby in South Carolina

Shoshauna Gauvin served her country of Canada for 15 years and plays university rugby

Grace McKenzie helped create an internet ‘start-up’ against transphobia

Verity Smith lives in the UK and has been at the table with World Rugby
Joanna Harper, a trans athlete herself who has become a world thought leader and researcher into the science behind trans athletes, also shared her thoughts on the process and conclusions of World Rugby’s trans-athlete
“I think they had their minds made up, before they called the meeting,” Harper said in a powerful interview with Outsports managing editor Dawn Ennis. “It would have been nice to have seen a trans woman rugby player there, but I doubt it would have made any difference.”
Check out Outsports’ series on trans women in women’s rugby. Outsports – All Posts Read More

Trans rugby players fight back against proposed World Rugby ban

Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images

As World Rugby considers banning trans women from women’s rugby, various trans ruggers are speaking out. In recent weeks, reports out of World Rugby — the sport’s international governing body — have pointed to an impending ban of trans women from women’s rugby.
The move caught International Gay Rugby off guard. They had been advising World Rugby on their trans policy and had believed a path to inclusion — not outright exclusion — would be the ultimate destination
The policy is important to IGR — the world’s leading LGBTQ rugby organiation — as they have members who are trans women and who would be directly effected by a ban.
Outsports teamed up with IGR to share the real-life stories of trans athletes in rugby to help people understand the truth of trans inclusion in the sport:

Isabella Macbeth plays women’s rugby in South Carolina

Shoshauna Gauvin served her country of Canada for 15 years and plays university rugby

Grace McKenzie helped create an internet ‘start-up’ against transphobia

Verity Smith lives in the UK and has been at the table with World Rugby
Joanna Harper, a trans athlete herself who has become a world thought leader and researcher into the science behind trans athletes, also shared her thoughts on the process and conclusions of World Rugby’s trans-athlete
“I think they had their minds made up, before they called the meeting,” Harper said in a powerful interview with Outsports managing editor Dawn Ennis. “It would have been nice to have seen a trans woman rugby player there, but I doubt it would have made any difference.”
Check out Outsports’ series on trans women in women’s rugby. Outsports – All Posts Read More

Trans rugby players fight back against proposed World Rugby ban

Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images

As World Rugby considers banning trans women from women’s rugby, various trans ruggers are speaking out. In recent weeks, reports out of World Rugby — the sport’s international governing body — have pointed to an impending ban of trans women from women’s rugby.
The move caught International Gay Rugby off guard. They had been advising World Rugby on their trans policy and had believed a path to inclusion — not outright exclusion — would be the ultimate destination
The policy is important to IGR — the world’s leading LGBTQ rugby organiation — as they have members who are trans women and who would be directly effected by a ban.
Outsports teamed up with IGR to share the real-life stories of trans athletes in rugby to help people understand the truth of trans inclusion in the sport:

Isabella Macbeth plays women’s rugby in South Carolina

Shoshauna Gauvin served her country of Canada for 15 years and plays university rugby

Grace McKenzie helped create an internet ‘start-up’ against transphobia

Verity Smith lives in the UK and has been at the table with World Rugby
Joanna Harper, a trans athlete herself who has become a world thought leader and researcher into the science behind trans athletes, also shared her thoughts on the process and conclusions of World Rugby’s trans-athlete
“I think they had their minds made up, before they called the meeting,” Harper said in a powerful interview with Outsports managing editor Dawn Ennis. “It would have been nice to have seen a trans woman rugby player there, but I doubt it would have made any difference.”
Check out Outsports’ series on trans women in women’s rugby. Outsports – All Posts Read More

Trans rugby players fight back against proposed World Rugby ban

Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images

As World Rugby considers banning trans women from women’s rugby, various trans ruggers are speaking out. In recent weeks, reports out of World Rugby — the sport’s international governing body — have pointed to an impending ban of trans women from women’s rugby.
The move caught International Gay Rugby off guard. They had been advising World Rugby on their trans policy and had believed a path to inclusion — not outright exclusion — would be the ultimate destination
The policy is important to IGR — the world’s leading LGBTQ rugby organiation — as they have members who are trans women and who would be directly effected by a ban.
Outsports teamed up with IGR to share the real-life stories of trans athletes in rugby to help people understand the truth of trans inclusion in the sport:

Isabella Macbeth plays women’s rugby in South Carolina

Shoshauna Gauvin served her country of Canada for 15 years and plays university rugby

Grace McKenzie helped create an internet ‘start-up’ against transphobia

Verity Smith lives in the UK and has been at the table with World Rugby
Joanna Harper, a trans athlete herself who has become a world thought leader and researcher into the science behind trans athletes, also shared her thoughts on the process and conclusions of World Rugby’s trans-athlete
“I think they had their minds made up, before they called the meeting,” Harper said in a powerful interview with Outsports managing editor Dawn Ennis. “It would have been nice to have seen a trans woman rugby player there, but I doubt it would have made any difference.”
Check out Outsports’ series on trans women in women’s rugby. Outsports – All Posts Read More

Trans rugby players fight back against proposed World Rugby ban

Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images

As World Rugby considers banning trans women from women’s rugby, various trans ruggers are speaking out. In recent weeks, reports out of World Rugby — the sport’s international governing body — have pointed to an impending ban of trans women from women’s rugby.
The move caught International Gay Rugby off guard. They had been advising World Rugby on their trans policy and had believed a path to inclusion — not outright exclusion — would be the ultimate destination
The policy is important to IGR — the world’s leading LGBTQ rugby organiation — as they have members who are trans women and who would be directly effected by a ban.
Outsports teamed up with IGR to share the real-life stories of trans athletes in rugby to help people understand the truth of trans inclusion in the sport:

Isabella Macbeth plays women’s rugby in South Carolina

Shoshauna Gauvin served her country of Canada for 15 years and plays university rugby

Grace McKenzie helped create an internet ‘start-up’ against transphobia

Verity Smith lives in the UK and has been at the table with World Rugby
Joanna Harper, a trans athlete herself who has become a world thought leader and researcher into the science behind trans athletes, also shared her thoughts on the process and conclusions of World Rugby’s trans-athlete
“I think they had their minds made up, before they called the meeting,” Harper said in a powerful interview with Outsports managing editor Dawn Ennis. “It would have been nice to have seen a trans woman rugby player there, but I doubt it would have made any difference.”
Check out Outsports’ series on trans women in women’s rugby. Outsports – All Posts Read More