Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Style | Welcome to TrumpTok, a Safe Space From Safe Spaces Advertisement Supported by On TikTok, there’s always a rally, and expressing support for the president makes for good content. ByJohn Herrman May 13, 2019 The biggest American social networks predate the presidency of Donald J. Trump, some by more than a decade. All were changed by Mr. Trump’s arrival to power, joining many other Each social network has expressed its intention to be a place where people can gather, communicate and act. Their shared surprise at what it actually meant to find themselves at the center of American politics was, if we’re being generous, a failure of imagination. In 2018, just two years into the declared era of “America First,” Musical.ly, a lip-syncing app popular with young teenagers that had … [Read more...] about Welcome to TrumpTok, a Safe Space From Safe Spaces
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By Anonymous Published: April 9, 2019 0 SHARES Share Tweet Email It started with him touching my private parts and making me touch his. I was too little to even understand what was going on. PHOTO: ONLINE I am a person who is currently in his early 40’s. When I was around six-years-old, I was sexually abused, repeatedly. This is my story. At the outset, I would like to acknowledge that the inspiration to write this blog came from Nadia Jamil, the famous television actress who last year revealed the harrowing abuse she had suffered as a youngster. I, however, do not have the courage to disclose my identity or to publicly share my ordeal as she did. So by no stretch of the imagination am I trying to emulate her. She is much braver and a far better person than me. I respect her for her work and I will request all the readers to support her. I was 4 the first time I was abused sexually. I was in college when it blew out of proportion. — Nadia Jamil … [Read more...] about I was 6 when I was sexually abused, repeatedly, in my ‘safe space’
0 Post a comment Wednesday, 20 March 2019 - Community News by Sam Acourt - Kingsbridge & Salcombe Gazette @@AcourtSamantha [email protected] A local business that has been nominated for a Soldiering On Award is a place of security and fun for people on the autism spectrum. Taylored Games in Kingsbridge has been nominated for a Soldiering On – Business of the Year – Community Impact Award, which is in recognition of a business that was started by an individual from the Armed Forces community and has made a real impact to the wider Armed Forces Community.Run by husband and wife team Rachel and Adam Taylor, Taylored Games is a games shop on Prince of Wales Road, which provides a “fun, safe and engaging space for local community members to gather and play traditional table-top games like Monopoly”. When they met, Rachel was living in West Charleton and, as a long-time self-confessed geek, one of the first things Adam noticed about … [Read more...] about Business that acts as a safe space for people is nominated for an award
Honesty is what clarifies your unique value proposition; and no amount of 'selling' will have equal weight. Aimee Tariq Published 9:30 am CST, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 Photo: PhotoAlto | Frederic Cirou | Getty Images Photo: PhotoAlto | Frederic Cirou | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PhotoAlto | Frederic Cirou | Getty Images Trust (Not Sales Ability) Is of Massive Importance for Landing Coaching Clients. Here's Why. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Coaching used to be almost exclusively associated with sports, but that’s no longer the case. Today, you’ll find expert coaches in almost every field you can think of who are qualified and ready to help … [Read more...] about Trust (Not Sales Ability) Is of Massive Importance for Landing Coaching Clients. Here’s Why.
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Jeneé Osterheldt Globe Staff December 27, 2018 With every snip of the scissors and snatch of his dreadlocks, it’s evident. Andrew Johnson, standing still, body tense and shoulders round, isn’t having his hair cut.He’s being butchered.Johnson, a New Jersey high school wrestler, showed up to compete last week, but instead was forced by a referee with a racist incident in his past to have his hair chopped off or forfeit the match. Advertisement Johnson asked to push his hair back as he had done before. He had a hair cap for his locs. But it wasn’t sanctioned — something that should have been discussed well before the match when it could have been rectified. Get Metro Headlines in your inbox: The 10 top local news stories from metro Boston and around New England delivered daily. Thank you for signing up! Sign up for more … [Read more...] about Revealing the barbershop for what it is: a black man’s safe space