Transgender
Deaths
Human Rights Campaign
ticker
Transgender
The website popstar.one is an aggregator of news from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint on the news if you find it unreliable.
Virgin Atlantic’s Flight100 Marks Milestone in Sustainable Aviation Fuel - gaynation.co - London - New York
gaynation.co
30.11.2023 / 01:29

Virgin Atlantic’s Flight100 Marks Milestone in Sustainable Aviation Fuel

2 min read Marking the culmination of a year of radical collaboration, Virgin Atlantic has flown a Boeing 787 from London Heathrow to New York JFK on 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) to […]

Sean Hannity Aims to Keep Opinion Out of Fox News’ Newsom-DeSantis Debate: ‘The Less of Me, Probably, the Better’ - variety.com - New York - California - Florida
variety.com
28.11.2023 / 18:39

Sean Hannity Aims to Keep Opinion Out of Fox News’ Newsom-DeSantis Debate: ‘The Less of Me, Probably, the Better’

Brian Steinberg Senior TV Editor Florida Governor Ron DeSantis squaring off against California Governor Gavin Newsom in a debate moderated by Sean Hannity? Sounds like an opportunity for another round of cable-news professional wrestling. The host hopes to keep the figure-four leg locks and piledrivers to a minimum. “It’s not going to be PBS.

Daniel Craig unrecognisable after huge transformation as he's compared to Antiques Roadshow star - www.ok.co.uk - New York
ok.co.uk
25.11.2023 / 15:45

Daniel Craig unrecognisable after huge transformation as he's compared to Antiques Roadshow star

Daniel Craig has left fans gobsmacked with his latest look, as he's compared to an Antiques Roadshow presenter following a dramatic transformation.The James Bond star looked completely different in a recent interview, sporting gold-framed circle glasses and a smart navy blue suit. Not only has Daniel switched up his wardrobe, but he's also debuted a new hairstyle, styling his hair in a side parting for a video with the magazine Esquire.

Court in Chile rejects ban on Roger Waters performing over claims of antisemitism - www.nme.com - Chile - city Santiago - Israel
nme.com
24.11.2023 / 20:23

Court in Chile rejects ban on Roger Waters performing over claims of antisemitism

Roger Waters’ upcoming concerts in the country can go ahead, despite attempts to block them over accusations of antisemitism.The former Pink Floyd bassist, who has repeatedly insisted he is not an antisemite, is set to play at the Estadio Monumental in Santiago on November 25 and 26, as part of his This Is Not A Drill Tour.But the Representative Committee of Jewish Entities in Chile had sought to stop the shows from taking place, citing what they describe as Waters’ “history of incitement to antisemitic hatred”.However, as reported by Cooperativa, the bid has been dismissed by Santiago’s Court of Appeals, who ruled that “no facts have been mentioned that could constitute a violation of the constitutional guarantees”.In response to the attempt to block the concerts, a group of over 60 Chilean artists wrote a letter to the country’s Court of Appeals, imploring them to allow the shows to go ahead.“The mentioned action, beyond its rhetorical foundation, seeks to censor in advance the criticism of the killing of children, bombings of refugee camps, hospitals, the killing of United Nations officials, among other crimes committed by the government led by the far-right Benjamin Netanyahu,” they wrote.In April, Waters won a legal battle to play a concert in Frankfurt after it was initially cancelled over claims of antisemitism.He had been scheduled to play at the publicly owned Festhalle on May 28, but Frankfurt City Council called off the performance over the musician’s views on Israel.

Martin Moszkowicz Stepping Down As Chairman Of Constantin Film; Veteran Exec To Be Replaced By Oliver Berben - deadline.com - Germany - county Oliver
deadline.com
23.11.2023 / 17:11

Martin Moszkowicz Stepping Down As Chairman Of Constantin Film; Veteran Exec To Be Replaced By Oliver Berben

Respected German industry veteran Martin Moszkowicz is stepping down as chairman of Resident Evil producer Constantin Film.

Martin Moszkowicz to Step Down as Chairman of ‘Resident Evil’ Producer Constantin Film, Oliver Berben to Take the Reins (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Germany - county Oliver
variety.com
23.11.2023 / 14:01

Martin Moszkowicz to Step Down as Chairman of ‘Resident Evil’ Producer Constantin Film, Oliver Berben to Take the Reins (EXCLUSIVE)

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Martin Moszkowicz is to step down as chairman of the executive board of Constantin Film, the producer of the “Resident Evil” franchise and one of Germany’s leading distributors, with deputy chairman Oliver Berben taking over the role. At his own request, Moszkowicz is to let his contract expire on Feb. 29, 2024, and he will then continue to work as a producer for Constantin Film from March 1, 2024.

Nazi salutes, fireworks and disgusting abuse aimed at Jews as Greater Manchester sees '880% rise' in anti-Semitism - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Britain - Manchester - Israel
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
21.11.2023 / 18:21

Nazi salutes, fireworks and disgusting abuse aimed at Jews as Greater Manchester sees '880% rise' in anti-Semitism

A leading charity says anti-Jewish hate is now 'absolutely the worst seen' in Greater Manchester since it began keeping records. Community Security Trust (CST), which protects Britain's Jewish communities from anti-Semitism, says the problem has soared across the region following the outbreak of conflict in the Middle East on October 7.

’30 for 30′ Doc Examines Peyton Manning and 1997 Heisman Trophy Race (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Tennessee - state Washington - Michigan
variety.com
21.11.2023 / 16:53

’30 for 30′ Doc Examines Peyton Manning and 1997 Heisman Trophy Race (EXCLUSIVE)

Addie Morfoot Contributor The 1997 race for the Heisman Trophy will be explored in an installment of the 14th season of ESPN’s “30 for 30” series.” Titled “The Great Heisman Race of 1997,” the ESPN Films docu will debut on Dec. 9 on ESPN immediately following the broadcast of the Heisman Trophy Ceremony, which will air on the network. The doc will focus on the race between Peyton Manning and Charles Woodson.

Raquel Willis talks trans journey, memoir ‘The Risk It Takes to Bloom’ - qvoicenews.com - parish St. Martin
qvoicenews.com
21.11.2023 / 08:07

Raquel Willis talks trans journey, memoir ‘The Risk It Takes to Bloom’

Raquel Willis’ recently released memoir “The Risk It Takes to Bloom” delves into the intersecting challenges that she’s faced as a Black trans woman activist while embracing those identities full stop. Photo: St. Martin’s Press

New BBC thriller series compared to Quentin Tarantino’s films by fans - www.nme.com
nme.com
20.11.2023 / 17:47

New BBC thriller series compared to Quentin Tarantino’s films by fans

BBC drama Boat Story to the works of Quentin Tarantino and the Coen Brothers.Created by Jack and Harry Williams (The Tourist), the thriller series follows Janet (Daisy Haggard) and Samuel (Paterson Joseph) who stumble upon a boat filled with cocaine. The pair decide to sell the drugs and split the profits between them, only to find themselves entangled with the police and a gangster known as ‘The Tailor’ (Tcheky Karyo).Other cast members include Joanna Scanlan, Craig Fairbrass and Phil Daniels.After the first episode aired on BBC One on Sunday (November 19), with the full series available on BBC iPlayer, some viewers compared the show’s tone, and violence, to Tarantino’s work.“Thought Boat Story was really good but be warned you need a strong stomach! Bit Tarantinoesque! Good cast as well,” one viewer wrote on X.Another added: “#boatstory tonight on @BBCOne was so good. Very Coen Bros and Tarantinoesque.

‘Please Don’t Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain’ Director Paul Briganti on Directing Conan, That Soulja Boy Dance and Why Comedies Have Struggled in Theaters - variety.com - county Martin - North Carolina - city Marshall
variety.com
17.11.2023 / 22:59

‘Please Don’t Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain’ Director Paul Briganti on Directing Conan, That Soulja Boy Dance and Why Comedies Have Struggled in Theaters

Ethan Shanfeld Paul Briganti describes the first week of filming “Please Don’t Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain” as “a miserable nightmare.” The movie, which follows the “Saturday Night Live” comedy trio John Higgins, Ben Marshall and Martin Herlihy as they hunt for hidden treasure, was shot primarily in North Carolina state parks — in the sweltering summer. “There were ticks and snakes, and it was over 100 degrees and very humid. It thunderstormed a lot,” Briganti, who joined “SNL” as a director in 2016, tells Variety.

Variety and Jewish Life Television Partner to Broadcast ‘The State of Antisemitism’ on JLTV - variety.com - Israel - county Summit
variety.com
17.11.2023 / 21:35

Variety and Jewish Life Television Partner to Broadcast ‘The State of Antisemitism’ on JLTV

William Earl On Oct. 5, 2023, Variety announced its inaugural Antisemitism & Hollywood Summit.

Transgender Awareness Week, what you need to know - qvoicenews.com - Los Angeles - Texas
qvoicenews.com
15.11.2023 / 08:33

Transgender Awareness Week, what you need to know

Almost 50 years before “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and “Pose,” Sir Lady Java was a pioneering transgender activist fighting against a Los Angeles law that restricted drag performance. Photo: Sir Lady Java

Texas School Board Restores Cross-Gender Roles in ‘Oklahoma!’ - www.metroweekly.com - Texas - Oklahoma
metroweekly.com
14.11.2023 / 19:38

Texas School Board Restores Cross-Gender Roles in ‘Oklahoma!’

barring a transgender student from playing a male role in his high school’s production of Oklahoma! has reversed course, allowing the original casting decisions to stand.On November 13, the Sherman Independent School District board voted to reinstate the original script and cast for the musical after local community members flooded the board’s regularly scheduled meeting to defend the casting of Max Hightower, a transgender male, as the peddler Ali Hakim.According to Dallas-area ABC affiliate WFAA, more than 60 people spoke in support of Hightower and slammed the board’s decision to prohibit not only Hightower but all students from playing roles that don’t match their assigned sex at birth.Administrators had interceded after several students were cast in cross-gender roles, citing a nonexistent district policy as justification for recasting the musical.Sherman High School administrators also insisted that the musical contained “mature adult themes, profane language, and sexual content,” and the production would have to be postponed for a month while the musical was rewritten to create a more “age-appropriate version.”But local community members weren’t buying the administrators’ explanation, with speaker after speaker denouncing the recasting decision and the decision to rewrite the musical.Speakers criticized the board for caving to perceived political and social pressure to enforce rigid gender roles in school productions.“I’ve played male roles in the past and it was no big deal — and guess what, that’s theater!” one actress told the board.“Reinstate the real version of Oklahoma! and let the students sing!” said another commenter.Following the public comment section of the meeting, the board went into a private,

Daisy Edgar-Jones, Sope Dìrísù Himesh Patel join others to decide BAFTA EE Rising star award nominees - www.thehollywoodnews.com - Britain - Mauritania
thehollywoodnews.com
14.11.2023 / 14:29

Daisy Edgar-Jones, Sope Dìrísù Himesh Patel join others to decide BAFTA EE Rising star award nominees

Daisy Edgar-Jones, ??p?? Dìrísù and Himesh Patel today joined forces along with other industry experts to decide the next BAFTA EE Rising Star award nominees. The annual award which, in the past has gone to the likes of James McAvoy, Eva Green, Juno Temple, Tom Hardy, Kristen Stewart, Jack O’Connell, Will Poulter, John Boyega, Tom Holland, Daniel Kaluuya, Letitia Wright, Micheal Ward, Bukky Bakray, and Lashana Lynch, will be dished out with the other film BAFTAs early next year.Emma Mackey was awarded the honour earlier this year.Now in its nineteenth year, it stands as the only EE BAFTA Film Awards category to be voted for by the British public, reinforcing EE’s commitment to become the UK’s most personal, customer-focused brand by providing the nation with an opportunity to have their voice heard.

Marlon Wayans reveals eldest child is transgender: ‘It was a very painful situation for me’ - nypost.com
nypost.com
13.11.2023 / 17:17

Marlon Wayans reveals eldest child is transgender: ‘It was a very painful situation for me’

The Breakfast Club” podcast, the “White Chicks” star spoke openly about his child’s transition and how it has affected him. “I have a daughter that transitioned into a son,” Wayans, 51, said on the podcast. “My daughter Amai is now Kai, and so, I talk about the transition.” “Not his … their transition, but my transition as a parent, going from ignorance and denial to complete unconditional love and acceptance,” the actor continued.The Post reached out to Wayans for additional comment.

Moms for Liberty Candidates Get Trounced in School Board Races - www.metroweekly.com - Pennsylvania - Virginia - Ohio - state Iowa - county Montgomery
metroweekly.com
10.11.2023 / 22:43

Moms for Liberty Candidates Get Trounced in School Board Races

remove from school library shelves any books with what they consider “inappropriate content,” including those that feature diverse characters or touch on issues of race, identity, gender, or sexuality.They have also sought to punish or terminate teachers who do not acquiesce to their political agenda. Some have even gone so far as to file police reports against school district librarians, alleging that by allowing students to check out certain books, they are peddling “pornography.”Campaigning on the issue of “parental rights,” the group had endorsed dozens of candidates in school board races in 11 different states, intending to oppose what its members see as an infringement on how they are choosing to raise their children and discourage school boards from adopting “woke” concepts or policies.Unfortunately for Moms for Liberty, Tuesday was not nearly as successful as they had hoped.In Virginia, MFL endorsed six candidates for office — four in the exurbs of Loudoun County, one in Prince William County, and one in Southwest Virginia’s Montgomery County.

Vatican Says Trans People Can Be Baptized - www.metroweekly.com - Brazil - USA - Argentina - Vatican - city Vatican
metroweekly.com
10.11.2023 / 00:28

Vatican Says Trans People Can Be Baptized

dubia, or questions regarding Catholic Church doctrine, submitted by Brazilian Bishop Jose Negri of Santo Amaro, inquiring about LGBTQ people and their participation in holy sacraments.The church’s Dicastery of the Doctrine of the Faith said that transgender people may be baptized, under certain conditions, and as long as there is “no risk of causing a public scandal or disorientation among the faithful.”The doctrinal office also said that “transsexuals,” as it refers to transgender people, could serve as godparents at a baptism at the discretion of a local priest, or as witnesses at a Church wedding — noting that there is no prohibition in current canonical legislation — but warned that diocesan priests should exercise “pastoral prudence” in allowing this participation.The answers to the dubia were signed by the department’s head, Argentine Cardinal Víctor Manuel Fernández, and approved by Pope Francis on Oct. 31, according to Reuters.

Texas High School Removes Trans Student from ‘Oklahoma!’ - www.metroweekly.com - New York - Texas - Oklahoma - county Dallas - county Worth - county Grayson
metroweekly.com
09.11.2023 / 21:15

Texas High School Removes Trans Student from ‘Oklahoma!’

Oklahoma!But soon after, the school’s principal called Hightower’s father to inform him of a new district policy.“He said we’re instituting a new policy where only males can play males, and only females can play females,” Phillip Hightower told Dallas-Fort Worth NBC affiliate KXAS-TV.The elder Hightower was “devastated” by the decision, noting that Max has never been treated differently because of his gender identity — until now.Aside from being absurd — cross-gender casting has been a reality in the theater world dating back centuries — the school district’s purported policy will likely prove logistically difficult if it tries to avoid cross-gender casting, in part because there’s frequently a dearth of males in high school production casting pools.Illustrating that point, the sudden policy change also reportedly cost several other cast members their roles, according to the New York Post.Max Hightower’s adult sister, Gracie, recounted the events involving her brother, writing that some female students cast as “cowboys” were told they could not participate in the play due to the school district’s decision to intervene in casting.“Many opportunities were ripped away from kids not for bad grades, not for bad behavior, not for attendance, but for something that has absolutely nothing to do with the production whatsoever,” she wrote.A group of parents, including Phillip Hightower, plan to appeal the decision to the school board. “I’m not an activist.

Texas Man Sentenced to 48 Years for Murdering Muhlaysia Booker - www.metroweekly.com - Texas - Houston
metroweekly.com
07.11.2023 / 23:11

Texas Man Sentenced to 48 Years for Murdering Muhlaysia Booker

found on a Dallas street on the morning of May 18, 2019. She had recently spoken out about being attacked by an angry mob following a minor car accident in front of a local apartment complex.Police said they identified Lyles as the suspect in Booker’s murder while investigating the deaths of a man and a woman killed in two separate shootings in the days around Booker’s death.Lyles has also been charged in those deaths.

Popular Celebrities

Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.
DMCA