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Gabrielle Union responded to the debate over her husband Dwyane Wade's social media post in which he expressed love for his "girls" - including his son, Zion Wade.

In the post, Zion poses with his stepmom, Gabby, and his half sister, Kaavia James, 1. Zion wears a pink scrunchie on his wrist.

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Zion, who is only 12, came out of the closet during a Pride parade in Miami earlier this year. Since then, both Wade, 37, and Union, 46, have used Zion to promote themselves as LGBT allies.

So it was no surprise that Union responded to the controversy on social media.

"Looks like love to me," she wrote in a post featuring the original image. "I truly hope that everyone gets the love, support and hugs they deserve."

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But social media users fear that Union's role in pushing the agenda is more than simply supporting and loving their sons. Many say little Zion didn't exhibit feminine tendencies until Union entered the picture.

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Women fear that something more insidious is underfoot.

On Instagram.com, one user reposted the GQ magazine cover featuring an effeminate Pharrell Williams. The cover was for "The New Masculinity Issue".

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Black women fear that the already depleted pool of masculine Black men will dwindle in 30 years.

They have good reason to be concerned.

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This was a question for Democratic presidential candidates at the recent CNN presidential town hall on LGBTQ issues, held last Thursday, Oct. 10, at The Novo theater in Los Angeles.

With all the problems facing LGBT Americans, this question was at the top of their list. Why? Who takes puberty blocker medications?

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Democrats are eager to lower the price of puberty blockers to get them into the hands of as many Black boys as possible. Boys like Zion Wade, who will soon be old enough to take puberty blockers without his dad's permission (age 16).
 

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Most women are attracted to men who are macho or masculine in appearance and behavior. But certain women prefer men who are more feminine.

According to Psychology Today, macho men have exaggerated masculine traits that women find valuable. They also think macho men are more virile and make good biological fathers.

Women who prefer feminine men usually have a past history that includes physical abuse or rape. Such women consider feminine men to be more sensitive, gentler and kinder than masculine men.

"In some circumstances, masculine qualities are more valuable. In others, a more feminine partner might be the better choice. The results of 15 years of research consistently show that women prefer masculine men more for a short-term fling than for marriage, perhaps because macho men are generally less committed."

A research study by Glasgow University's Iris Holzleitner tested 500 women who rated the attractiveness of a set of male faces that had been manipulated to appear more feminine or more masculine.

Holzleitner found that, generally, women most preferred male faces that were moderately masculine.

Women also differed in their preferences according to their own attractiveness: Women who thought they were highly attractive didn't find feminine male faces very attractive at all.

Women who thought of themselves as less attractive were more attracted to men with feminine features, according to Holzleitner.

Dwyane Wade's ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches spent Mother's Day with her sons. Siohvaughn posted Instagram photos of her Mother's Day get-together with her sons, Zion and Zaire Wade and Zaire's girlfriend.

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NBA star Dwyane Wade played his final NBA game against the Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center on Wednesday, April 10.

At Wade's final home game against the Philadelphia 76ers at Miami's American Airlines Arena on Tuesday, he posed for a family portrait with his wife, Gabrielle Union, his nephew, Dahveon Morris, and children, Kaavia James Union Wade, Zion Wade, 11, Zaire Wade, 17, and Xavier Wade, 5, whom Wade fathered with a fan in California.

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Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade's holiday card sparked a backlash on Instagram.com on New Year's Day. The Miami Vice-themed holiday card shows the power couple posing with their infant daughter Kaavia James, wade's sons Zaire, 15, and Zion, 11, his nephew Dahveon Morris, 16, and the family's 5 dogs.

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Dwyane Wade had a few words for his haters in his New Year message on the last day of 2018. The 36-year-old NBA star, who will retire in 2019, wrote a lengthy message summarizing his highs and lows in 2018, including the birth of his first daughter, Kaavia James, via a surrogate.

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Actress Gabrielle Union, left, posed with Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on the red carpet at the Atlanta Screening of Union's new movie 'Breaking In' at Regal Atlantic Station in Atlanta, GA on Sunday.

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The Cleveland Cavaliers appear to be revamping their roster by trading their aging assets to appease superstar LeBron James, who still has not committed to staying with the team after this season. In all, the Cavs traded away six players in exchange for four players and one draft pick.

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The following is a list of celebrities and notables celebrating their birthdays on January 17. Happy Birthday!

Conor Cruise (23)
Dwayne Wade (36)
Ray J (37)
Lil Jon (47)
Kid Rock (47)
Michelle Obama (54)
Jim Carrey (56)
Susanna Hoffs (59)
Steve Harvey (61)
Maury Povich (79)
James Earl Jones (87)
Betty White (96)
Andy Kaufman (1949-1984)
Muhammad Ali (1942-2016)
Eartha Kitt (1927-2008)
Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790)

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NBA star Dwyane Wade has asked to move to the bench, days after his wife, author and actress Gabrielle Union, revealed he prefers kinky sex.

In an interview with DJ Sway's radio show, Sway In The Morning, Gabrielle, 45, admitted her 35-year-old husband likes to get his salad tossed.

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