Gillette ad shows man teaching transgender son how to shave

A new Gillette ad released last week Thursday features a transgender man shaving for the first time. Samson Bonkeabantu Brown, a Toronto-based artist, shares the personal on-camera experience with his father, who coaches him through the significant life moment. “Now, don’t be scared,” his father warns. “Shaving is about being confident.” “Growing up, I was … Continue reading "Gillette ad shows man teaching transgender son how to shave"

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Anthony Weiner complained about sex offenders in district before scandal

Here’s another thing that gets a rise out of Anthony Weiner: other perverts. Long before the former Queens congressman earned himself a rap sheet for trading X-rated messages with a 15-year-old girl, he was getting hot and bothered about sex offenders living in the congressional district he represented. Weiner’s office repeatedly called the NYPD’s Sex … Continue reading "Anthony Weiner complained about sex offenders in district before scandal"

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De Blasio a hit with Republicans for all the wrong reasons

Mayor de Blasio’s run for president is turning out to be a huge hit — with Republicans. The mayor ranks among the top most-talked-about Democratic 2020 primary candidates online, but the majority of the Web chatter is coming from conservatives mocking his quixotic run. Even though he’s basically dead last in the polls, de Blasio … Continue reading "De Blasio a hit with Republicans for all the wrong reasons"

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‘Jeopardy!’ champ James Holzhauer dominates in 28th win, has over $2.1M

There’s no rest for the victorious. Click Here: On Monday night, while the rest of America reeled from Memorial Day celebrations, James Holzhauer obliterated his rivals on the way to his 28th straight “Jeopardy!” win. The 34-year-old from Las Vegas emerged from the match with $130,022 — just shy of his the $131,127 record he … Continue reading "‘Jeopardy!’ champ James Holzhauer dominates in 28th win, has over $2.1M"

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De Blasio wants over three times more teen criminals freed without bail

Mayor Bill de Blasio hopes to “more than triple” the number of teens who are released from city jails with no bail on charges as serious as armed robbery, assault and burglary, The Post has learned. Click Here: New guidelines from the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice will also “significantly” expand the number of adults … Continue reading "De Blasio wants over three times more teen criminals freed without bail"

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Woman donates blood plasma twice a week to go shopping

A self-confessed shopaholic has made more than $3,000 donating her plasma to fund her retail therapy habit. Carisa Barker, 20, has spent a year visiting a clinic twice a week to donate the protein-rich liquid found in blood in exchange for cash to bankroll her shopping sprees. The student and part-time nanny makes $280 a … Continue reading "Woman donates blood plasma twice a week to go shopping"

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Navy pilots spotted UFOs flying at hypersonic speeds: report

Some US Navy pilots reported spotting UFOs while training over the East Coast in 2014 and 2015, they said in a recent New York Times report. The pilots told the paper they saw “strange objects” with “no visible engine or infared exhaust plumes” reaching at least 30,000 feet and flying at hypersonic speeds almost daily … Continue reading "Navy pilots spotted UFOs flying at hypersonic speeds: report"

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Red Sox’s Dustin Pedroia ‘not sure’ he’ll be able to play baseball again

Dustin Pedroia’s attempts to rehab his knee might have hit a final snag. On Monday, the longtime Red Sox second baseman announced at a news conference he’s “not sure” if he’ll ever be able to play baseball again. The presser came hours after the team moved Pedroia to the 60-day injured list, with the 35-year-old … Continue reading "Red Sox’s Dustin Pedroia ‘not sure’ he’ll be able to play baseball again"

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Six wounded in two separate Brooklyn shootings hours apart

Six people were injured – one critically – in two separate Brooklyn shootings just hours apart on Monday night, police said. Three men were struck in the first shooting at about 6:50 p.m. at a cookout outside NYCHA’s Pink Houses on Hemlock Street and Stanley Avenue in East New York, cops said. A 42-year-old victim … Continue reading "Six wounded in two separate Brooklyn shootings hours apart"

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Mom critically injured when family tossed from log flume

A woman was critically injured when her family was tossed from an amusement park log flume in California. The unidentified woman was with her husband and their 10-year-old son at Castle Park in Riverside on Saturday when the ride malfunctioned and their log flipped, throwing them into water. Fire officials believe it crashed because water … Continue reading "Mom critically injured when family tossed from log flume"

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