One of the stars of children's television network Nickelodeon has opened up about his "transgender journey". Michael D Cohen, who plays the character Schwoz on Henry Danger, told Time magazine that he physically transitioned from a woman to a man in his 20s after identifying as male his whole life. First transgender woman in the world undergoes vaginal construction with fish skin NZ Herald apologises for 'offensive' transgender comic strip Feminism's final frontier: The battle for transgender inclusion "I was misgendered at birth," Cohen said. "I identify as male, and I am proud that I have had a transgender experience - a transgender journey." "In my experience, I was born male. What my body said about it was irrelevant," Cohen added. "No matter how hard I tried, it was not up for negotiation. Believe me, it would have been so convenient if I was actually a woman." Cohen played female roles as an actor until he was 25. At that point he underwent medical treatment and began to … [Read more...] about Nickelodeon star Michael D Cohen reveals he’s transgender
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Lindsay Schnell USA TODAY Published 7:20 PM EDT Mar 18, 2019 President Donald Trump’s support among white evangelicals has dropped nearly 10 percentage points since taking office in January 2017, according to new data from the Pew Research Center released Monday. Roughly seven-in-10 white evangelical Protestants, or 69 percent, approve of the way Trump is handling the job, according to Pew’s latest polling from January. This is down from 78 percent who approved of him shortly after he took office. Trump has been a divisive figure within the evangelical community, with some prominent evangelicals — like Jerry Falwell, Jr., the president of Liberty University — staunchly defending Trump and his policies. More: Trump is the best friend the religious right ever had in the Oval Office Others, like founder of Living Proof Ministries Beth Moore, who has a large following of mostly female evangelicals, openly oppose … [Read more...] about Most white evangelicals support Trump’s plan for a border wall
In an interview with Men’s Health, British actor Charlie Hunnam specifically heaped praise on noted Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson when discussing his new role in Netflix’s Triple Frontier, where he plays a former Special Forces operative. READ MORE: Jordan Peterson’s Daughter Posts Bikini Photo to Prove Good Health He went on further by comparing the Special Forces “mentality” to Peterson’s way of thinking. “I love the message that he promotes, which is "take your life seriously." Carry as much responsibility as possible. I think in his words he says, ‘pick up the heaviest thing that you can and carry it’”, Hunnam added. Twitter uses remained at loggerheads over the actor’s remarks, with some posting a spate of sarcastic messages about Hunnam being a Peterson fan. So Charlie Hunnam is a fan of Jordan Peterson? … [Read more...] about Twitter at Odds After UK Actor Reveals He is ‘a Big Fan of Jordan Peterson’
Every town and village has its quirks and local "in-jokes" which make it unique. And while there is a trend for adding humorous slogans to "welcome" signs in the US, we tend to be a little more straight-laced in the UK. But we say bums to that, and have come up with a slogan for some of Surrey's towns and villages to celebrate the things that make us smile, and groan, about living there. Check out our suggestions for your area, listed in no particular order: Read More Living in Surrey is Ace Banstead Slogan: The Colman's mustard lot lived here for a bit One of Banstead's claims to fame is that the Colman (mustard) family lived here from 1890 to 1923. Although they didn't have much to do with the villagers, according to Banstead History Research Group, as they were tucked away in the expanses of the Nork and Great Burgh Estate. It's still a cool fact though. Caterham Slogan: The retirement capital of Surrey Either Caterham's population is ageing faster than the rest of Surrey or it's … [Read more...] about If your town or village had a slogan, this is what it would be
opinion Jerry H. Goldfeder and Lincoln Mitchell Opinion contributors Published 5:30 AM EDT Mar 14, 2019 One more thing about Michael Cohen’s House testimony before we move on. Beyond the many unsettling charges against President Donald Trump, he made one startling prediction: if Trump loses his reelection bid, “there will never be a peaceful transition of power.” On the face of it, it might seem a bit wild-eyed to assert that orderly presidential succession may be threatened. Not one of 10 defeated incumbents in 58 presidential elections refused to hand over the keys to the White House — from President John Adams, who lost to Vice President Thomas Jefferson in 1800, to George H. W. Bush, who was ousted by then-Governor Bill Clinton in 1992. Yet, given how Trump has already blown through the norms of governance in previously unimaginable ways by attacking the judiciary, Congress and the free press — as well as the increasing … [Read more...] about Will Trump go for a coup or a peaceful transition if he loses in 2020?