- Mario Lopez is under attack online after suggesting the transitioning of young children is dangerous. The actor appeared on The Candace Owens Show in June, saying:
“I am trying to understand it myself, and please don’t lump me into that whole [group]… I’m kind of blown away too. Look, I’m never one to tell anyone how to parent their kids obviously and I think if you come from a place of love, you really can’t go wrong but at the same time, my God, if you’re 3 years old and you’re saying you’re feeling a certain way or you think you’re a boy or a girl or whatever the case may be, I just think it’s dangerous as a parent to make this determination then, well, OK, then you’re going to a boy or a girl, whatever the case may be … It’s sort of alarming and my gosh, I just think about the repercussions later on.”
- Women in South Korea are rejecting marriage and motherhood in order to push back against restrictive gender roles that present women as “tool[s] simply for baby-making.”
- Former teacher, Sean Aldridge, has been found guilty of 24 counts of sexual activity with a child. Aldridge had sex with girls aged 13 to 16 between 2006 and 2012 on school premises and in his car.
- Abigail Blake sustained a broken back and neck and was left permanently disabled after being attacked by her then-partner, Sebastian Swamy. Now, she will have to go into hiding as Swamy will be released from prison after serving only six months.
- A study from George Washington University shows that women who allege child abuse often lose custody of their children. The Washington Post reports:
“In custody litigation, when mothers reported abuse — including child abuse and domestic violence — the mothers lost custody 28 per cent of the time. But when fathers alleged abuse, the fathers lost custody only 12 per cent of the time.”