Popular beauty vlogger blackmailed into coming out as transgender. Her video is worth a watch.

In 2020, coming out as transgender isn’t necessarily a bombshell. Slowly but surely, people are catching on to the fact that biological sex and gender are two different things, that those two things don’t match up in some individuals, and that people are people no matter what gender they are. Of course, there are also those who don’t understand any of the above and feel the need to let other people’s identities affect them, for whatever reason. Regardless, simply announcing that one is transgender, while sometimes a surprise, isn’t headline newsworthy at this point. What is newsworthy is someone being blackmailed into coming out, which is what happened this week to YouTube star and beauty vlogger, Nikkie de Jager. Nikkie …

Popular beauty vlogger blackmailed into coming out as transgender. Her video is worth a watch.

In 2020, coming out as transgender isn’t necessarily a bombshell. Slowly but surely, people are catching on to the fact that biological sex and gender are two different things, that those two things don’t match up in some individuals, and that people are people no matter what gender they are. Of course, there are also those who don’t understand any of the above and feel the need to let other people’s identities affect them, for whatever reason. Regardless, simply announcing that one is transgender, while sometimes a surprise, isn’t headline newsworthy at this point. What is newsworthy is someone being blackmailed into coming out, which is what happened this week to YouTube star and beauty vlogger, Nikkie de Jager. Nikkie …

Popular beauty vlogger blackmailed into coming out as transgender. Her video is worth a watch.

In 2020, coming out as transgender isn’t necessarily a bombshell. Slowly but surely, people are catching on to the fact that biological sex and gender are two different things, that those two things don’t match up in some individuals, and that people are people no matter what gender they are. Of course, there are also those who don’t understand any of the above and feel the need to let other people’s identities affect them, for whatever reason. Regardless, simply announcing that one is transgender, while sometimes a surprise, isn’t headline newsworthy at this point. What is newsworthy is someone being blackmailed into coming out, which is what happened this week to YouTube star and beauty vlogger, Nikkie de Jager. Nikkie …

Popular beauty vlogger blackmailed into coming out as transgender. Her video is worth a watch.

In 2020, coming out as transgender isn’t necessarily a bombshell. Slowly but surely, people are catching on to the fact that biological sex and gender are two different things, that those two things don’t match up in some individuals, and that people are people no matter what gender they are. Of course, there are also those who don’t understand any of the above and feel the need to let other people’s identities affect them, for whatever reason. Regardless, simply announcing that one is transgender, while sometimes a surprise, isn’t headline newsworthy at this point. What is newsworthy is someone being blackmailed into coming out, which is what happened this week to YouTube star and beauty vlogger, Nikkie de Jager. Nikkie …

Harry and Meghan to step back as senior royals

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionRoyal correspondent Jonny Dymond: “It is very clear the palace is very upset about what has happened” The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced they will step back as “senior” royals and work to become financially independent. In a statement, Prince Harry and Meghan also said they plan to split their time between the UK and North America. The BBC understands no other royal – including the Queen or Prince William – was consulted before the statement and Buckingham Palace is “disappointed”. Senior royals are understood to be “hurt” by the announcement. Last October, Prince Harry and Meghan publicly revealed their struggles under the media spotlight. Image copyright Getty Images A …

Harry and Meghan to step back as senior royals

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionRoyal correspondent Jonny Dymond: “It is very clear the palace is very upset about what has happened” The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced they will step back as “senior” royals and work to become financially independent. In a statement, Prince Harry and Meghan also said they plan to split their time between the UK and North America. The BBC understands no other royal – including the Queen or Prince William – was consulted before the statement and Buckingham Palace is “disappointed”. Senior royals are understood to be “hurt” by the announcement. Last October, Prince Harry and Meghan publicly revealed their struggles under the media spotlight. Image copyright Getty Images A …

Harry and Meghan to step back as senior royals

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionRoyal correspondent Jonny Dymond: “It is very clear the palace is very upset about what has happened” The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced they will step back as “senior” royals and work to become financially independent. In a statement, Prince Harry and Meghan also said they plan to split their time between the UK and North America. The BBC understands no other royal – including the Queen or Prince William – was consulted before the statement and Buckingham Palace is “disappointed”. Senior royals are understood to be “hurt” by the announcement. Last October, Prince Harry and Meghan publicly revealed their struggles under the media spotlight. Image copyright Getty Images A …

Stormont financial package ‘falls way short’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe UK government will “strongly support” the new Stormont executive, says Boris Johnson The government’s offer for extra money as part of the deal to restore Stormont “falls way short” of what was promised, Finance Minister Conor Murphy has said. Mr Murphy was speaking after the Stormont parties met Secretary of State Julian Smith to discuss how much will be allocated. The finance minister refused to comment on how much exactly had been proposed. Earlier the prime minister said the government had made “huge commitments” as part of the deal. The British and Irish prime ministers were in Belfast on Monday to mark the return of devolution after a three-year impasse. Image …

Stormont financial package ‘falls way short’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe UK government will “strongly support” the new Stormont executive, says Boris Johnson The government’s offer for extra money as part of the deal to restore Stormont “falls way short” of what was promised, Finance Minister Conor Murphy has said. Mr Murphy was speaking after the Stormont parties met Secretary of State Julian Smith to discuss how much will be allocated. The finance minister refused to comment on how much exactly had been proposed. Earlier the prime minister said the government had made “huge commitments” as part of the deal. The British and Irish prime ministers were in Belfast on Monday to mark the return of devolution after a three-year impasse. Image …

Stormont financial package ‘falls way short’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe UK government will “strongly support” the new Stormont executive, says Boris Johnson The government’s offer for extra money as part of the deal to restore Stormont “falls way short” of what was promised, Finance Minister Conor Murphy has said. Mr Murphy was speaking after the Stormont parties met Secretary of State Julian Smith to discuss how much will be allocated. The finance minister refused to comment on how much exactly had been proposed. Earlier the prime minister said the government had made “huge commitments” as part of the deal. The British and Irish prime ministers were in Belfast on Monday to mark the return of devolution after a three-year impasse. Image …

Stormont financial package ‘falls way short’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe UK government will “strongly support” the new Stormont executive, says Boris Johnson The government’s offer for extra money as part of the deal to restore Stormont “falls way short” of what was promised, Finance Minister Conor Murphy has said. Mr Murphy was speaking after the Stormont parties met Secretary of State Julian Smith to discuss how much will be allocated. The finance minister refused to comment on how much exactly had been proposed. Earlier the prime minister said the government had made “huge commitments” as part of the deal. The British and Irish prime ministers were in Belfast on Monday to mark the return of devolution after a three-year impasse. Image …

Stormont financial package ‘falls way short’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe UK government will “strongly support” the new Stormont executive, says Boris Johnson The government’s offer for extra money as part of the deal to restore Stormont “falls way short” of what was promised, Finance Minister Conor Murphy has said. Mr Murphy was speaking after the Stormont parties met Secretary of State Julian Smith to discuss how much will be allocated. The finance minister refused to comment on how much exactly had been proposed. Earlier the prime minister said the government had made “huge commitments” as part of the deal. The British and Irish prime ministers were in Belfast on Monday to mark the return of devolution after a three-year impasse. Image …

Stormont financial package ‘falls way short’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe UK government will “strongly support” the new Stormont executive, says Boris Johnson The government’s offer for extra money as part of the deal to restore Stormont “falls way short” of what was promised, Finance Minister Conor Murphy has said. Mr Murphy was speaking after the Stormont parties met Secretary of State Julian Smith to discuss how much will be allocated. The finance minister refused to comment on how much exactly had been proposed. Earlier the prime minister said the government had made “huge commitments” as part of the deal. The British and Irish prime ministers were in Belfast on Monday to mark the return of devolution after a three-year impasse. Image …

Breastfeeding Moms Emotional Encounter With Orangutan At The Oldest Zoo In The World Goes Viral

While the guys were visiting the Schönbrunn Zoo, Gemma’s boy got hungry. She sat down by the window of an orangutan enclosure to breastfeed her child and that’s when the magic happened. Image credits: Gemma Copeland “My breastfeeding experiences in public have been diverse, some people looking curious, others content and the odd negative one,” Gemma told Bored Panda. “Once I was asked to cover my little boy whilst he was feeding to which I responded by handing over a spare muslin and asking them if they minded covering their shallow-minded selves. This quickly ended the situation leaving me to enjoy my coffee and bonding with my son.” Image credits: Gemma Copeland Image credits: Gemma Copeland “I’ve been given an …

Where Christian evangelicals worship Trump more than Jesus key voters stay loyal to president

Large numbers of voters across rural Wisconsin flipped from supporting Obama to Trump now dividing lines over the president are even deeper Pastor Franz Gerber is worried that so many members of his congregation appear to idolise Donald Trump more than they worship Jesus. The preacher at the Praise Chapel Community church was among those who voted for Trump in rural Forest county, Wisconsin, which swung heavily from Barack Obama to the Republican in 2016 and so helped deliver a state that put the president in the White House. Gerber now has some regrets about his vote but what really disturbs him is an unquestioning and even aggressive adulation for Trump within his flock. It seems like there are many …

How having a son with Down’s syndrome changed rocker’s music

“For a large portion of that time we weren’t sure on a daily basis whether he was going to make it through,” Neeson adds. Two weeks into that time they had to deal with the news that Dabhog had Down’s syndrome – a genetic condition that typically affects a person’s learning abilities. “That was something else that just added to the whole very intense experience.” Around that time The Answer were releasing an album. “I would have to take myself away from the incubator for 20 or 30 minutes and do interviews to promote the album. “I had to pretty much pretend I was in a place where I was comfortable releasing good time rock ‘n’ roll music. It was …