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The Chechen Government Is Reportedly Kidnapping And Murdering Gay Men

The Chechen Government Is Reportedly Kidnapping And Murdering Gay Men

View this image › Chechnya’s leader Ramzan Kadyrov Natalia Kolesnikova / AFP / Getty Images ID: 10814851 Local authorities in Chechnya are behind the disappearance of more than 100 gay men from across the Muslim majority republic, a Russian newspaper reported on Saturday.The revelation came from Novaya Gazeta, a privately-owned newspaper known for its investigations. A broad range of men have been taken into custody, according to the newspaper, including two local television personalities. At least three have been killed, the paper claimed, though they were withholding the names of the victims.The aut
The Suspect In A Fatal Stabbing Traveled To New York To Attack Black Men, Police Say

The Suspect In A Fatal Stabbing Traveled To New York To Attack Black Men, Police Say

James Jackson, a 28-year-old Army veteran from Baltimore, was charged Monday with murder in the fatal stabbing of a black man in New York City, police said.The victim, identified by multiple media outlets as Timothy Caughman, 66, was stabbed multiple times following a dispute with the suspect on Monday night. Caughman then walked into a police precinct in critical condition, police said. He was transported to a hospital where he died of his injuries.Police described Jackson as a white male with blonde hair. Jackson surrendered to police early Wednesday morning, the New York Daily News reported.Jackson traveled from Baltimore to New York by bus on Friday to “target” black males according to police.“[Jackson] picked New York because it’s the media capital of the world. …
32 Everyday Things Women Do That Men Don’t Have To Worry About

32 Everyday Things Women Do That Men Don’t Have To Worry About

Note: This post is meant to reflect the experiences of many cisgender women, though we realise it can also apply to trans and nonbinary people as well. ID: 10660554 1. Carrying your keys in your hand as a “weapon” when walking alone at night.2. And turning your headphones off to make sure you’re not being followed.3. Nailing the “I’m-walking-quickly-but-not-so-quick-that-you’ll-sense-my-fear” pace when someone is behind you.4. Calling friends when alone in a taxi/Uber in order to feel safe.5. Or texting them your driver’s details “just in case”.6. Messaging them when you get home to let them know you’re OK.7. Sitting near other women on public transport to minimise the risk of being harassed/attacked.8. Avoiding bein