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Florida Republicans Advance Bill Banning Discussion of LGBTQ People in School Under Guise of ‘Parental Rights’

Under the guise of “parental rights” and “student welfare” a Florida House committee has advanced legislation that would ban primary school discussion of LGBTQ people or topics, could require school officials to notify a parent if a student comes out as LGBTQ, bans schools from withholding that information from parents in many cases, and allows parents to sue if schools violate those policies.
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TOWIE Gemma Collins fans dub star ‘Hollywood A-lister’ in stunning new snap

Gemma Collins had fans confused she was a Hollywood A-Lister after posting a glamorous snap on social media.Showing off her the new blinds she had installed at her home, fans were immediately distracted by the star’s stunning look, with some claiming she looked like reality star Khloe Kardashian.Fans rushed to comments to heap praise on her gorgeous look.One fan gushed: "I don't think anyone is looking at the blinds Gemma!"A second wrote: “You look like Khloe Kardashian."While another agreed, writing: "Exactly what I thought."The Diva Forever star can certainly afford the glamorous lifestyle as reports show she's asking fans to fork out a whopping £555 for a 30-second personalised video message in her latest money-making venture.Fans are told that they can receive a personalised message from her 'for any occasion', but that the videos can't be used for marketing purposes.Generally, the shout-outs will each cost £55, but special extras such as 'full HD' and the removal of the logo will increase the cost.Her new business venture has rubbed some of her fans up the wrong way as they took to Twitter to hit out at the extortionate price range."WTF? £555 for a 30-second video? You would literally have to be mad to pay that," one fan fumed."I love the GC but no way would I splash that money on this! It's outrageous," another echoed.While another complained: "You'd swear she was Princess Diana!!! Even she wouldn't charge this amount."But Gemma has no qualms about splashing the cash herself.Earlier this week, the former TOWIE star revealed that she has undergone £160 anti wrinkle injections to look more "youthful."Taking to Instagram, Gemma revealed she is starting the week with a bit of self pampering – and indulging in some
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Those Lindsey Graham blackmail rumors just got kicked up five notches

People have long speculated that Donald Trump is blackmailing Lindsey Graham, and that’s why the antigay senator from South Carolina has been such a loyal lapdog to him. While there’s no evidence to support the rumors, they’ve continued to swirl for years.
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Tinder charging gay users and over 30s more to use app and 'could be breaking law'
Tinder could be in breach of UK law and found to be discriminating against young gay, lesbian and over 30 users by charging them more, according to a watchdog.An investigation by Which? has uncovered that those interested in the dating app's premium service, Tinder Plus, are being charged differently to other users.Which? asked almost 200 mystery shoppers to create real profiles and make a note of prices quoted for Tinder Plus, which includes perks such as unlimited “Likes” and “Rewinds” and the ability to undo accidental selections.The research showed some gay and lesbian users were paying more, with an average premium of more than 10% compared to bisexual users, and more than 8% compared to heterosexual users.This trend was driven by the youngest age group, with Which? finding that gay and lesbian people aged 18 to 29 paid £60.15 on average, which is 37% more than heterosexual users aged under 30 and 30% more than bisexual users under 30.When it came to age, those in the 30 to 49-year-old age bracket paid 48% more and the over 50s paid 46% more on average for a 12-month Tinder Plus subscription.Across the entire mystery shopping exercise, quotes for a year’s access to Tinder Plus ranged from £26.09 to £116.99, with 20 different prices quoted in total.The watchdog said Tinder did not make clear the full extent of how it applied personalised pricing on the app, “with no explanation to customers that their personal data could be exploited in this way”.Tinder, which is is owned by the Texas-based Match Group, said it was “categorically untrue that our pricing structure discriminates in any way by sexual preference”.It told Which? that older people did have to pay more in some countries, but said the price difference was “a
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Love Island ‘accepting applications from non-binary contestants’ in push for diverse 2022 cast
Love Island 2022 could wind up with the most diverse cast yet amid reports that non-binary applications are being accepted. The ITV2 dating series, which aired its most recent season last summer with Millie Court and Liam Reardon winning the £50,000 prize money, has long received criticism over its lack of LGBTQ+ representation. However, TV insiders claim bosses are hoping to make a change this year and are encouraging those who do not identify as either male or female to apply. A source told The Sun: ‘Producers are under more pressure than ever to make this series as woke as possible after it has previously come under criticism for its lack of diversity.‘The move could make the basic rules of the show complicated, as each coupling ceremony separates boys and girls, but they are keen to have a non-binary contestant this year. It’s all about inclusivity and breaking down boundaries.’ In response to the claims, a Love Island spokesperson told Metro.co.uk: ‘The only stipulations are that applicants are over 18, single and looking for love.’ Last year, an ITV boss addressed the ongoing diversity issue and said that including gay islanders could present ‘logistical difficulties’. Speaking to RadioTimes.com in June, Amada Stavri said: ‘In terms of gay Islanders, I think the main challenge is regarding the format of Love Island. ‘There’s a sort of logistical difficulty, because although Islanders don’t have to be 100% straight, the format must sort of give [the] Islanders an equal choice when coupling up.‘With our dating shows, such as The Cabins, there is much more sexual diversity.