Unfulfilled pledge by Trump White House on Spanish website

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‘I Had No Hair on Me’: DeRay Davis Says He Lost His Virginity at Age 11 to 2 30-Year-Old Women

Not all pedophiles are men.

In recent years there have been a wave of book series supposed to be attempts at a better written series, by an established erotic romance, than 50 Shades of Gray. Usually, these book series will introduce a form of exotic kink either similar to the bondage aspect or the D/s aspect of what was attempted in 50 Shades of Gray. I say attempted because both professionals who work with individuals in the lifestyle and actual individuals of the lifestyle will tell you that 50 Shades was not an accurate representation. Still, there
are some people who suggest that 50 Shades of Gray was pedophilia in disguise but that’s not based upon what was actually written. The abusive Mrs. Robinson relationship of the series doesn’t actually qualify as pedophilia. The primary sexual interest in mid-to-late adolescents, ages 15- 19 generally is called ephebophilia but again the Mrs. Robinson relationship of the series doesn’t qualify because the term indicates a “preference” not just a level of sexual attraction.

Going back to the other book series, you will occasionally find actually incidents of true pedophilia being used to explain either the males and/or females extremes of sexual behavior and triggers. This is another difference from the 50 Shades series as the characters in these stories actually appear to have a behavioral response and/or trigger from the previous abuse not just a kink that was developed.

In response to DeRay Davis by his own admission he acknowledged that the incident was abuse. I will contrast this with Chris Brown previous similar admission in which Brown went out of his way to attempt to normalize the incident and not acknowledge it as abuse. The differences in their responses might be based upon how many years they’re away from the incident or how their relationship partners and/or peer friends viewed the incident.


Roy Moore’s alleged pursuit of a young girl is the symptom of a larger problem in evangelical circles – LA Times

It’s hard admitting, even to yourself, when something isn’t quite right in your own family. But my truth is that my grandmother was 23 years old and my grandfather was 49 years old when they married but they had been together since my grandmother was 18 or 19. Lastly, my grandmother was at least the third woman with whom my grandfather either had a common-law, jump the broom, or State/County marriage. One of my task with our family geneology is to locate any other daughters or son’s my grandfather might have had. But my grandparents married over a hundred years ago and from what Author and College Professor Nicholas L. Syrett of University of Kansas states in his book on America’s child marriage this wasn’t uncommon back then.

The really sad thing is that this practice continues today with young girls being married, some by force, because of religious beliefs. Some because they’re pregnant and adults fear the consequences if this news gets out. This is possible because in some states all it takes is one of the parents consent for girls as young as 12 to get married.

{Most in the United States likely associate the concept of the child bride with the mores and practices of the distant past. But Nicholas L. Syrett challenges this assumption in his sweeping and sometimes shocking history of youthful marriage in America. Focusing on young women and girls–the most common underage spouses–Syrett tracks the marital history of American minors from the colonial period to the present, chronicling the debates and moral panics related to these unions.

Although the frequency of child marriages has declined since the early twentieth century, Syrett reveals that the practice was historically far more widespread in the United States than is commonly thought. It also continues to this day: current estimates indicate that 9 percent of living American women were married before turning eighteen. By examining the legal and social forces that have worked to curtail early marriage in America–including the efforts of women’s rights activists, advocates for children’s rights, and social workers–Syrett sheds new light on the American public’s perceptions of young people marrying and the ways that individuals and communities challenged the complex legalities and cultural norms brought to the fore when underage citizens, by choice or coercion, became husband and wife.}

In that world, which Moore travels in and I grew up in, 14-year-old girls courting adult men isn’t uncommon.

I use the phrase “14-year-old girls courting adult men,” rather than “adult men courting 14-year-old girls,” for a reason: Evangelicals routinely frame these relationships in those terms. That’s how I was introduced to these relationships as a home-schooled teenager in the 1990s, and it’s the language that my friends and I would use to discuss girls we knew who were in parent-sanctioned relationships with older men.


Salacious FBI file on Dr. King shows extent to which agency tried to discredit him | Richmond Free Press | Serving the African American Community in Richmond, VA

It’s no surprise to me that FBI information about Martin Luther King Jr., reportedly engaged in affairs, participated in orgies, had a love child, etc… was included in the recently released documents on President John F Kennedy. Seriously, with all of the powerful, “primarily white” men in the movie and media industry currently being accused of sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, sexual abuse and rape (for the first time that I can remember) actually being held accountable, forced to respond, investigated, etc.. Plus these men are loosing jobs, being kicked out of professional organizations, having contracts for future work voided, being investigated by the police, etc… I don’t know if it’s related but it’s quite possible that the team of advisors responsible for 45 fear his name also being brought up again, with women violating the none-disclosure, and 45 being investigated by local, state, federal or inter-national law enforcement. This is concern from 45’s advisors is even more probable considering the fact that the GOP has asked Roy Moore of Alabama to consider stepping aside and withdrawing from the election based upon reports that he was sexually inappropriate with teenage girls, at least one as young as 14, when he was in his 30’s. It’s not that I’m a conspiracy theorist but I can’t help but think that these men would consider a report on Martin Luther King Jr sexual behaviors as a great dis-traction to all of the attention that they’re currently receiving.

Simply put, the white man has a history of projecting their crimes on to the black man by accusing the black man of lusting after the white woman while in fact it was the white man who was lusting after, and raping, the black girl and woman.


The FBI released files containing allegations about the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s political and personal life, documents collected during a time when the FBI used it’s surveillance and tried to discredit the civil rights leader.

A newly released secret FBI dossier on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. alleges that the noted civil rights leader was “a slow thinker” who had ties to the Community Party, used the Southern Christian Leadership Council as “a tax dodge,” and engaged in a string of extramarital affairs and sex orgies that produced a love child.

(BTW This Suicide Letter was released unredacted a few years ago) FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover made headlines by calling Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. the “most notorious liar in the country.” Hoover made the comment in front of a group of female journalists ahead of King’s trip to Oslo where he received the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize, becoming the youngest recipient of the prize. While Hoover was trying to publicly discredit King, the agency also sent King an anonymous letter threatening to expose the civil rights leader’s extramarital affairs. The unsigned, typed letter was written in the voice of a disillusioned civil rights activist, but it is believed to have been written by one of Hoover’s deputies, William Sullivan. The letter concluded by saying, “King, there is only one thing left for you to do. You know what it is. … You are done. There is but one way out for you. You better take it before your filthy, abnormal fraudulent self is bared to the nation.”


Was Power-Posing Guru Amy Cuddy Shamed by Scientists Because She’s a Woman?

Psychologist are often tasked with the impossible, to study, hypothesis, research and prove that which is unseen. Intelligence, Motivation, Motives, Prejudice, Empty, Morals, and Power are but a few examples of topics Psychologist research. Intelligence test, which generally have a lot of statistical data, have been found to be biased. But the majority of states have required, historically, that an intelligence test be given in determinations of eligibility for students age 3-21 to receive Special Educational services within the local School Systems. Intelligence test continue to be used, after decades of revisions via new research. One of the problems found with intelligence testing was the actual language used within the test.

The language was problematic because even though the majority of the students in the U.S.A. speak English as people in the Americas speak a different English than that used in England so different regions of the USA speak different dialects.

Back to the topic at hand, have women especially Cuddy been made the poster child of “bad” research even though more men than women research has been found to be unrepeatable.

As Cuddy made the rounds in the media, collecting public accolades for her game-changing science, a fight was brewing in her field. By the end of 2011, a movement had emerged among psychologists to re-examine prior work. Statistics-minded critics pointed out that standard ways of setting up experiments and analyzing the results had some major flaws, and that the research literature seemed all but guaranteed to be infected with a rash of false-positive conclusions. Cuddy’s work, like that of many other scientists, would fail to replicate in larger studies.


Investor ‘Dr. Doom’ who appears on Fox Business pens shockingly racist screed — and stands by it | Raw Story

The misinformation, omissions and outright lies commonly referred to as the history of the world has another victim. The victim is an old #WhitePrivilege man, called Dr. Doom -Marc Faber, a Swiss investor, of Fox News Business who is supposed to be an expert in investment. (Personally, I doubt he is really an expert because a true expert in investment would have amassed millions and not need to take a position working for others.) Back to the point, Dr. Doom has so embrace the #WhitePrivilege afforded him as to not question if the evidence lives up to the hypothetical facts. He has used his platform on Fox News Business to make Prejudice statements in a newsletter that is a formal publication of his J.O.B. In this newsletter he uses the distortions of the history he has embraced to attack the business acclaim of Africans as well as the African diaspora. Additionally, he purposes the Confederacy was correct in their views on slavery. He offers no apology.

My only response to this support of institutional racism is that it is documented that after various African countries won freedom from colonization that in an effort to ensure that the country would not become Communist European governments and USA actively worked against these governments. They attempted to unstabilized the governments by assassination of rightful leaders and/or providing training and gun as well as funds to rebels groups in order to overthrow elected officials.

The author of an influential investing newsletter admits he may be racist for defending slavery and white supremacy.

Marc Faber, a Swiss investor and who appears on financial TV as “Dr. Doom,” attacked “liberal hypocrites” and expressed plainly racist views in his most recent, print-only Gloom Boom & Doom Report newsletter, reported Business Insider.