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Sha'Carri Richardson's ex-girlfriend, Janeek Brown admits abusing the Olympic track star.

Sha'Carri shared her abusive relationship with the Jamaican hurdler in an Instagram post.

The 22-year-old Olympic sprinter said she's healing emotionally from the emotional trauma, including homophobia, that she experienced in her relationship with Janeek.

Sha'Carri wrote about her emotional pain in a social media post.

"I was in a relationship with a Jamaican athlete that never cared about me from jump," she wrote.

"I was abused and stole from yet protected her from the judgment of her country & family while they dragged me. I had to deal with homophobic [sic] and so much more that I'm still healing from."

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Sha'Carri and Janeek dated for at least a year before their bitter breakup. Janeek (left) is pictured comforting teammate Megan Tapper in October 2019.

The Kingston, Jamaica native took to Instagram to deny the allegations as "complete lies."

Janeek directed a message to Sha'Carri in her native patois, warning her not to take her kindness for weakness.

"Don't take mi bomboclaath kindness fi weakness," she wrote. "Pay mi fi mi bomboclaath ting if yuh ago tek it, give mi a likkle portion." Translation: "Pay me for my [expletive] thing if you're going to take it, give me a small portion."

But in an interview, Janeek confirmed she abused Sha'Carri.

"I was abusive once that there's physical evidence of," she said. "And we moved on, and even after then I was trying to move on from that, we still got nowhere."

"Yeah, I was going through something - I was finding myself, that's why I am coming to social media, you feel me?" she said. "So yeah, it's a transformation; I'm going to find myself now. I may look different now."

Janeek, who is working through her mommy issues, said her mother pushed her into being a track & field star. She said she is done with track & field.

As for her love life, Janeek said she is working on finding herself, and if God sends her another woman, she won't make the same mistakes she made with Sha'Carri.
 




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Supermodel Cara Delevingne was rapper Megan Thee Stallion's +1 at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday in Las Vegas.

Cara, who is openly lesbian, has been linked to other female celebrities such as Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, Michelle Rodriguez, and Paris Jackson. And she once molested singer Azealia Banks onstage, according to Rhymeswithsnitch.

Cara and Megan trended on Twitter, as fans begged the model to leave Megan alone.

Fans were upset that Cara was Megan's +1 at the BBMAs. The two women were inseparable all night. Photos showed them together on the red carpet, in the audience, and at an after party.

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In one photo, Cara is seen flinging part of Megan's dress in the air. But fans were not impressed. They called Cara's devotion to Megan "embarrassing" and "cringe worthy."

One Twitter user wrote: "Can she leave Megan alone yo."

Another fan tweeted:

"I think we need to enforce a law that bans Cara Delevingne from being in the 10ft radius of any Black woman."

While another tweeted:

"Why in every piece of media I see of Megan at this awards I see Cara Delevingne 5 inches away from her."

One person wrote:

"Cara Delevingne's behavior so greatly outweighs anything embarrassing I've ever done that I think she cured my anxiety."

One angry fan wrote:

"Cara Delevingne is simply desperate to f^ck a straight Black woman. First Azealia now Megan. She's in for a rude awakening when she finds out acting like the gross version of a cool girl only works on straight white women not Black women."


 




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Sha'Carri Richardson is "healing" after breaking up with a female hurdler from Jamaica.

The 22-year-old Olympic sprinter says she's healing emotionally from trauma, including homophobia, that she experienced in her relationship with the unnamed Jamaican athlete.

Sha'Carri wrote about her emotional pain in a social media post.

"I was in a relationship with a Jamaican athlete that never cared about me from jump," she wrote.

"I was abused and stole from yet protected her from the judgment of her country & family while they dragged me. I had to deal with homophobic [sic] and so much more that I'm still healing from."

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After her victory in the U.S. Olympic trials last year, Sha'Carri credited her then-girlfriend with helping pick her hair color.

"She said it just spoke to her, the fact that it was just so loud and vibrant," Richardson told USA Today.

"She felt like [orange] was loud and encouraging and, honestly, dangerous... That's who I am. She just wanted me to be able to make a statement — let's continue to show the world I'm a force to be reckoned with."

Richardson also posted a rainbow emoji on her Twitter feed, which prompted a plethora of rainbow tweets in her Twitter timeline.

Sha'Carri, who was raised by her grandmother, was estranged from her biological mother, who died in June of last year.

Jamaicans are notoriously anti-homosexual and LGBT+ individuals are routinely beaten or jailed if caught in the act.

For that reason, Sandrarose.com won't reveal the name of Sha'Carri's abusive ex lover.




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Dwyane Wade and his wife Gabrielle Union were among the well-heeled stars at the 2022 Met Gala in NYC on Monday.

Two years ago, Dwyane's child, Zion Wade, came out as a transgender named Zaya.

Since then, Dwyane, 40, and Gabrielle, 49, have become vocal advocates for the transgender community.

A reporter from Variety and asked them to share encouraging words for other dads of trans children.

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The former NBA star offered fatherly advice to other dads of transgender children.

Dwyane said parents should remember the moment they saw their newborn in the hospital - and the love they felt for their child. "Don't let that ever leave you," he said.

"The moment when you were in the hospital and you grabbed your daughter and you looked at your daughter, all the emotions that went through your mind and how much love filled your heart at that moment. Don't let that ever leave you — no matter what. The one thing we do as parents is we find our 'mini-mes' and we try to make them just like us, but our kids are going to be who they are, and it's our job to help mold them and try to push them in the places that they want to go."

Gabby added: "And we believe them when they tell us who they are."

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Dwyane Wade confessed he used to play dress up in his sister's clothes and heels when he was a kid.

Wade revealed his childhood explorations in a discussion about parenting on the "I Am Athlete" podcast. Wade, a father of four, said he wanted to be that parent who loves his children "unconditionally" and "selflessly".

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Wade, 40, said he and his wife, actress Gabrielle Union, realized his son Zion, 49, was different early on.

"At three years old, me and my wife looked at each other and said, 'What if? What if Zaya comes home - at the time, the name was Zion - if Zion comes home and says 'Dad I'm gay...' What are you gonna do, sir?"

Wade said:

"The reason we looked at each other is because... as kids, I used to put on heels, I used to put on, I used to do all those things. I'd try to put on, whatever my sisters wear, whatever my sisters did, I'd try to do those things. So at first, I said to myself, 'Ah no, I did that. Zion is just doing the things I did. And then it went further and further and me and my wife had to look at each other and say 'What if?'"

Wade said he looked in a mirror and prepared himself for the day that came when Zaya was 8 years old. Wade said he changed the way he spoke in the locker room and challenged his teammates to change their views on LGBT+ people.

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Wade is also father to son Zaire, 20, daughter Kaavia, 3, and son Xavier,8.

Wade revealed the name his children calls his wife behind closed doors.

"They have a mother. She's not their mother. Right? We call her bonus mom. They don't call her Gab - they call her a totally different name that her family calls her... Nicky. Everyone calls her Nicky. My wife name is Nicky..."

Wade also discussed the relationship Zaya has with his ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches.

"One day they're gonna be able to read what the hell is going on, and that's unfortunate. But, we're never putting shade on their mother. Right? We're not doing any of that. Right? We're the adults. We're the imperfect ones that have made these decisions. The only thing we're gonna do is lift them up. We're gonna lift their mother up and we're gonna lift everyone up. And that's what we all did. We all made sure at all times. No matter the situation - how ugly my divorce was... All we did is pump positive juice into the relationship that they mother would have with Zion and Zaya."

Watch the video below.
 

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Janelle Monáe came out as nonbinary during the season premiere of Jada Pinkett Smith's "Red Table Talk" web series on Facebook Watch.

Janelle, 36, previously came out as pansexual - a catchall phase for people who are sexually fluid and attracted to everyone.

Then, in 2020 Janelle flipped the script again and identified as nonbinary - another catchall term that is loosely defined as a person who does not identify as male, female, heterosexual, homosexual, or bisexual.

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On Wednesday, Janelle told Jada, her daughter Willow Smith and mom Adrienne Banfield Norris that she decided to come to terms with being nonbinary.

"I'm nonbinary, so I just don't see myself as a woman," she explained.

"I feel all of my energy. I feel like God is so much bigger than the 'he' or the 'she.' And if I am from God, I am everything. I am everything. But I will always, always stand with women. I will always stand with Black women. But I just see everything that I am. Beyond the binary. I feel like that opens you up to fall in love ... with any beautiful spirit."

Janelle, 36, coped with homosexual rumors by choosing not to come out as either lesbian or bisexual because of the impact that revelation might have on her deeply religious family.

"Somebody said, 'If you don't work out the things that you need to work out first before you share with the world, then you'll be working it out with the world.' That's what I didn't want to do," she said.

"So I thought I needed to have all my answers correct, I don't want to say the wrong thing. And also I hadn't had the necessary conversations with my family. I wasn't ready to have my family question my personal life or get calls from people who still look at me as Little Pumpkin — that's what they call me back home.

"My whole family is church, church, church and I'm just like, 'Well what does it meant to go against your whole family on this thing?' But I was ready. I needed to have those conversations. I didn't want to work that out with the world."

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Janelle, who briefly dated actress Lupita Nyong'o, said it "took me some time" to have the nonbinary conversation with her mother and father.

"I needed to talk to my dad who was just great. My sister knew already because I've been in monogamous relationships, I've been in polyamorous relationships. But I knew that I couldn't be Little Pumpkin. I couldn't be little Janelle."

 



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and Gabrielle Union's Easter photo went viral on Easter Sunday.

The photo shows the former NBA star and his wife posing with their children, daughter Kaavia James, 3, son Zaire Wade, 20, and his girlfriend, Lola.

Also in the photo are Dwyane's transgender child Zaya Wade, 14, formerly Zion, and Zaya's FtM significant other who identifies as a boy named Hudson (see photos below).

It was all too confusing for Dwyane's IG followers who tried to be open minded.

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According to a new poll, 62% of adults say they would be comfortable if their child came out to them as lesbian, gay, or bisexual.

Additionally, 24% of adolescents and teenagers now identify as transgender since 2020.

In response to Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signing a transgender treatment ban into law, Dr. Nola Ernest said "86% of transgender youth contemplate suicide, and almost half attempt it."

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An openly gay elementary school teacher in Parrish, Florida says the state's new parental rights law will impact his relationship with his 5-year-old students.
 
RELATED: Outrage as Florida Gov. DeSantis signs ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill into law
 
Gov. Ron DeSantis signed the controversial "Parental Rights in Education" bill into law on Monday, March 28. The legislation, also known as the "Don't Say Gay" law, bans teaching LGBT+ subjects, including gender identity, to minors ages 5-8.

"It really hits hard in my heart professionally and personally," Cory Bernaert told MSNBC. "Professionally, it truly makes me feel like I am not trusted as a professional."

He added that LGBT+ subjects are currently not included in the school's curriculum.

However, Bernaert says, "We should be able to have discussions, and that's what we're encouraged to do in kindergarten."

He said "my kids do have questions. They wanna know who my partner is in pictures outside of my classroom, and I should be able to speak to that."

When asked if he worries that he won't be able to talk about his gay lifestyle with the children, Bernaert said, "Absolute— you are 100% correct. That's what we do as educators: we build relationships. And in order to build relationships, you talk about your home life. You talk about what you do on the weekends. That's building community."

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He added: "It scares me to death that I'm not gonna be able to have these conversations with my [students]. 'Cause they're gonna ask me what I did on the weekends. I don't wanna have to hide that my partner and I went paddle boarding this weekend."

Bernaert said one of his students has two moms. He fears that he won't be allowed to discuss her 2 moms with the other students as a teachable moment.

"The kids are curious about her two moms. They wanna know about her 2 moms," he said. "If they go to her and ask her about her 2 moms - and she doesn't know what to say - they're gonna come to me."

The kindergarten teacher said he will follow his 5-year-old students' "discretion" and "be true and honest with them because it's who I am."

Twitter users weighed in on the subject. Some users said a teacher's job is to educate his students, not socialize with them.
 


 

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Actress Raven-Symoné and the cast and crew of her show "Raven's Home" joined LGBT+ Disney workers who walked off the job in protest of Florida's "Parental Rights in Education" bill.

The cast and crew of Raven's Home joined the protest on Wednesday after Disney CEO Bob Chapek walked back comments saying that corporate statements do nothing but divide a company and its customers.

Raven shared a video on Instagram which she captioned:

"In support of our LGBTQ+ family and all of those who will be damaged by the 'don't say gay bill' we the cast of Ravens Home are walking out. In todays world it is imperative that we take stands, show support, and move forward not backwards. Every family every person and every child deserves to be recognized no matter their race, gender, or sexual orientation. Education that reflects the truth and the world we live in is something we must fight for [sic]."

The "Don't Say Gay" bill, aka "Don't Groom kids" bill, prohibits teaching LGBT+ subjects such as gender identity to minor children in grades K-3.

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Gov. Ron DeSantis says the bill's goal is to "empower parents" in their children's education.

The bill's supporters say the law is important because it imposes restrictions on would-be predators who seek out teaching jobs to gain access to minor children.

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ESPN sports anchor Elle Duncan was dragged on Twitter.com for condemning Florida's so-called "Don't Say Gay" law.

Duncan, who shares two minor children with husband Omar Abdul Ali, seemed on the verge of tears as she railed against a bill designed to protect vulnerable children like her own.
 
RELATED: Florida legislature passes 'Don't Say Gay' bill
 
The bill prohibits schools from teaching children ages 5-8 how to tuck their genitals and bind their chests to treat gender dysphoria, and other gender identity issues.

Duncan and her ESPN colleagues held a moment of silence to protest Florida's Parental Rights in Education bill during the women's NCAA tournament on Saturday.

The 39-year-old Atlanta native raged against the bill, claiming the legislation is "targeting our LGBTQIA+ communities."

She said most of her colleagues planned to stage a walkout on Saturday to protest Florida's bill and similar legislation in Georgia and other states.

"We understand the gravity of this legislation and also how it is affecting so many families across this country, and because of that our allyship is going to take a front seat. And with that, we're going to pause in solidarity," Duncan said, before observing a moment of silence on the air.

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Duncan lost coveted gigs at 11ALive News and the Atlanta Hawks organization after she was arrested for drunk driving in Atlanta in 2013.

Outraged Twitter users argued that 5 year olds shouldn't be taught about sex - gay or heterosexual - because they are too young to understand adult situations.

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The Florida legislature has passed the controversial "Don't Say Gay" bill that bans teaching LGBT+ issues or gender identity in grades K-3.

Teachers can mention LGBT+ issues and gender identity in grades 4 and up, but the bill prevents them from teaching minor children who aren't old enough to understand the gay lifestyle.

LGBT+ activists, including "Proud to be gay" students, protested the bill outside the capitol building in Tallahassee and displayed transgender and LGBTQ flags.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis lashed out at reporters and accused them of distorting the bill's contents. He pointed out that the bill did not ban the word "gay," or casual discussion of LGBT issues. It only prohibits formal instruction on gay and lesbian or transgender issues to minor children.

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DeSantis said "we're going to make sure that parents are able to send their kid to kindergarten without having some of this stuff injected into their school curriculum."

LGBT+ activists are concerned that LGBT+ children will feel devalued or stigmatized.

However, Republican lawmakers in Florida argued that vulnerable children were being indoctrinated into a lifestyle that they don't understand.

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Lawmakers said parents should teach such sensitive subject matters to their children, not educators.

Pres. Joe Biden called the bill "dangerous," "deeply bigoted" and "hateful". The bill will go into effect on July 1.

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the first ever condom made specifically for gay males.

The FDA has authorized the sturdy condoms for use during anal intercourse, specifically green-lighting the condom for the LGBT+ community.

The One Male Condom was designed and manufactured by the Global Protection Corporation.

Most condoms are already recommended for anal sex, but they are required to be marketed specifically towards vaginal sex.

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The One Male Condom will be marketed specifically towards gay males. The FDA's approval is seen as a victory for sexual health by experts, since unprotected anal sex is considered the highest risk for HIV transmission.

"The FDA's authorization of a condom that is specifically indicated, evaluated and labeled for anal intercourse may improve the likelihood of condom use during anal intercourse," said FDA scientist Courtney Lias in a statement.

In clinical studies, the durable condoms prevented transfer of bodily fluids in 95% of test subjects. The study included 252 straight men between ages 18 and 54.

"The important thing about condoms is they don't just prevent HIV, but they prevent gonorrhea, chlamydia and syphilis," Monica Gandhi, an infectious disease doctor and medical director of an HIV clinic in San Francisco, told AFP.

She added it was surprising that the FDA authorization took so long to occur.

Draya Michele has suggested her new photo shoot made women realize they may be a little bit gay.

The 37-year-old Instagram model and Basketball Wives LA star shared new images of her voluptuous body on social media on Friday.

Draya posed seductively while wearing a bikini in a seaside swimming pool. She captioned the images: "If happy to be here was a photo."

After the images went viral, Draya's nearsighted fans speculated whether she had a Brazilian butt-lift. It's obvious to fans with 20/20 vision that her curves are natural and the result of hard work in the gym.

Later, Draya took to Twitter.com and suggested that any woman who clicks on her thirst trap photos might have to question their sexuality.

"Some of you ladies done figured out yesterday that you're a lil bit gay and that's ok!" Draya wrote on Saturday.

According to statistics, Americans who identify as LGBT+ increased from 6% to 12% since 2019. The largest increase is among women.

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Actor Hosea Chanchez (The Game) has agreed to star in and produce an all-male LGBT+ miniseries, titled Remember.

Hosea, 40, announced his new role in an Instagram post this week.

"Honored to Produce and Star in a Story so beautiful & brilliantly written by @bernarddavidjones. I can't wait for you all to see the world we've created, and what these wonderfully talented Actors/Artists have done with it. #REMEMBER is one of many new projects on my slate this year to produce and nothing makes me prouder. #GOD #Thankful #NewMemories."

According to Deadline, the series follows forgetful Jahi and his four best friends as they navigate gay relationships, unstable careers, and the ups and downs of friendship.

The series is created, written and executive produced by Bernard David Jones who also plays Jahi, a millennial who struggles with worsening memory loss.

Hosea plays Matias, a bisexual older friend of Jahi's with years of experience in the LGBT+ world. Matias has recently ended an 18-year marriage to a biological woman he truly loved.

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In real life, Hosea, the son of a single mother, revealed he was molested at age 14 by an older man he viewed as a father figure. The sexual encounters left him feeling confused and questioning his own sexuality.

"He would always tell me I was like his other son, so I can trust he's always looking for me," he said. "Further building my trust and commitment to his predatory agenda."

"A week before this day, my friend's dad was asking me what type of girls I liked and if I had sex with a girl yet. I didn't know at the time but he was trying to see where my boundaries were. He was using false hyper-masculinity as a way to sniff out my comfort level with sex and privacy."

Hosea said the man (who he later named as Issac Sanders) gave him a ride home, took a detour route and molested him.

"I hope this truth helps to stop child molesting predators from sexually assaulting more children," he said.

"Pedophiles have no place in our society they hide in the open and rape children who are afraid to speak up because of shame, guilt, fear, denial and the thought that no one will believe them. I'm doing this to help parents and young children become aware of some of the signs and better protect themselves from sexual predators."

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Photos exposing "Fresh & Fit" host Myron Gaines' secret lifestyle leaked on TikTok over the weekend.

The photos show a man who resembles Myron hugged up with a nude Caucasian fellow in bed while another nude man nestles beside them.

The photos were captioned "Now it all makes sense."

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Myron, real name Amrou Fudl, and his "Fresh & Fit" co-host Walter Weekes routinely disrespect Black women on their podcast -- and now we know why.

In one video, Myron instructed men how to respond when a woman asks to reschedule a date.

"When a girl tells you: 'Hey, let's raincheck or reschedule,' you simply respond, 'Hey, that's cool, but I'm not really a fan of flaky girls. If we go out, you're going to pay for drinks or dinner’ or whatever plans you guys had."

"Don't reinforce bad behavior with positive treatment," he said -- as if referring to training a dog.

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Myron recently went viral for disrespecting Instagram model Asian Doll after she called him "mean". She was so upset that she got up and walked off the set.

Does it all make sense now that his photos have leaked?

Can we have a civil discussion about why some LGBT+ men are so hateful towards women when a woman literally gave birth to them?
 

 
Update: Myron responds on Instagram.
 

 
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