Nate Parker

A street artist is plastering altered Birth of a Nation movie posters all over West Los Angeles, Ca.

The movie posters feature the slave film’s star Nate Parker with an American flag twisted into a noose around his neck. Under his image is the stylized word “Rapist” with a question mark next to it.

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Taylor Swift

Tayor Swift has opening her heart and her checkbook to Louisiana flooding victims. The pop singer donated $1 million to Louisiana flood victims, many of whom lost their worldly possessions.

She told the Associated Press that Louisiana was so welcoming to her when she toured there.

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Rupert Everett Bruce Jenner

British actor Rupert Everett spoke out about parents and clinicians giving sex hormones to confused children to help them “transition” at an early age.

Everett, who is openly gay, warned parents not to allow their children to take hormones because most gender confused children grow out of their Gender Dysphoria.

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Nate Parker

Hollywood’s latest Slave film “The Birth of a Nation” is a cause célèbre for those who are anxious to make up for shutting out black actors at last year’s Oscar Awards.

“The Birth of a Nation” is a fictional retelling of the Nat Turner Rebellion in which slaves rose up against their white oppressors.

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Bruce Jenner

This post was originally published in April..

E Network has cancelled the third season of I Am Cait. This post was originally published back in April when Radaronline.com first announced E! Network’s plans to cancel Bruce Jenner‘s poorly-rated docuseries after season 2.

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Charlotte schools

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is instructing staffers to call girls and boys “students” or “scholars” unless they are transgender.

The new policy instructs staff to stop calling students “boys” and “girls” — except transgender students who will be identified as their chosen gender.

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