You're in luck ladies: Lamar Odom is back on the market. The former NBA star denies reports he is dating an unclockable male-to-female transgender.

Odom seemed to confirm reports he was dating Australian trans model and actor Daniiellè Alexis last week.
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But sources tell TMZ they are "just friends" and the 2-time NBA Champion has "no problems with the transgender community".

Speculation ran rampant when Alexis posted selfies of them together on Instagram. In one image, Alexis appears to blow a kiss at the former L.A. Laker star.

In one post, Alexis called Odom: "One of the most beautiful humans I've met."

According to TMZ, they met in June when Odom was in LA to attend the BET Awards.

A source claims Odom was out shopping when a car pulled up and Alexis jumped out and asked for a photo. Odom got in the car to take photos with Alexis.

TMZ's sources said Odom has "no issue with Alexis being a transgender woman", but "there's simply no romantic spark between them" because he is strictly heterosexual.

An Ontario, Canada, high school is defending a male-to-female shop teacher who wears abnormally large breast prosthetics to class.

Kayla Lemieux, who identifies as a transgender woman, said the prosthetic breasts are part of the gender transition process. Lemieux also wears a blond wig and a miniskirt to class.

Lemieux went viral on Twitter and after students posted photos and videos online.

Oakville Trafalgar High School administration defended Lemieux by warning parents and other teachers who complained.

The school warned that criticism of Lemieux is considered discrimination under the Ontario Human Rights Code.

"We strive to promote a positive learning environment in schools consistent with the values of the HDSB and to ensure a safe and inclusive environment for all students, staff and the community, regardless of race, age, ability, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, cultural observance, socioeconomic circumstances or body type/size."

Ontario news outlets also defended the teacher, saying that while "the teacher is wearing a prosthetic chest piece of some kind," criticism of Lemieux is misogynistic and harmful to Lemieux.

Lamar Odom is off the market and dating an unclockable male-to-female transgender model.

According to reports, Odom, 42, is dating a Khloe Kardashian look-a-like named Danielle Alexis, an Australian actor and model who appeared on the hit TV series "Wentworth."

In a 2020 interview with Woman's Day magazine, Alexis said, "My original name was Shayne and I was born a boy — and I can finally say that name and feel safe that I'm not about to get teased."

"Mum understood and never tried to change me. I grew my hair, wore colorful clothing, collected My Little Ponies and was dancing and performing from when I was four. Dad, however, never supported my feminine pursuits, and when he bought me a yellow boy's mountain bike for my fifth birthday, I bawled my eyes out, wondering why I was being punished."


This appears to be Odom's first LGBT+ relationship. The former NBA star is best known as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers and for being the ex-husband of Khloe Kardashian (pictured in 2012).

So far, Khloe hasn't commented on his new relationship.

Odom is the latest heterosexual male to switch teams and date transgenders amid Hollywood's push to portray biological women as masculine and independent.

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Hope Giselle clapped back after Dr. Umar Johnson complained that a recent panel included a transgender activist who was not born female.

Last week, Johnson participated in a live panel on Fox Soul hosted by Tammy Mack, titled "Is There a War Against Black men?"

On the panel was Hope Giselle, an unclockable male-to-female trans, whom Johnson believed was a biological female.

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Afterwards, when the truth was revealed to him, Johnson went on a tirade accusing Hope of catfishing him.

Johnson was enraged and said he should have been told in advance that he was participating in a panel that was not all biological females.

Umar Johnson is best known for uplifting Black males while tearing down Black women.

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Dwyane Wade filed a petition to permanently change Zion Wade's name to Zaya Wade and gender to female.

According to legal documents, obtained by The Blast, Wade petitioned a Los Angeles County court to change his 15-year-old child's name from Zion Malachi Airamis Wade to Zaya Malachi Airamis Wade.

He also asked the court to legally issue a decree recognizing that the minor's gender is changed to "female" to "conform with gender identity."

Wade filed the paperwork because Zaya is under 18 years old.

Zaya has been openly transgender since age 12 — at the encouragement of the ex-NBA star and his wife, actress Gabrielle Union.

In the documents, Wade said he has full authority to make the decision - and he does not require permission from Zaya's biological mother, Siohvaughn Funches, but Wade did notify Funches of the petition.

"Pursuant to the terms of the Final Custody Judgment, (Wade) has full authority to make decisions on behalf of the petitioning minor, and he is not required to receive consent from Ms. Funches-Wade. As a courtesy, Ms. Funches-Wade has received notice of this petition," according to the document.

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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."

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Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson refused to define what a "woman" is because she's not a "biologist."

The Supreme Court nominee faced a second day of questions during her confirmation hearing on Tuesday.

Jackson was questioned for 12 hours by Republican senators of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

When asked to define a "woman" by Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn) Jackson declined to answer.

Instead, she deferred to her lack of knowledge on the subject: "Not in this context. I can't... I'm not a biologist."

Blackburn responded, "The meaning of the word woman is so unclear and controversial that you can't give me a definition?"

Jackson, who was specifically nominated because she's a Black woman, also couldn't describe the inherent differences between a man and a woman.

The senator asked, "Do you agree with Justice [Ruth Bader] Ginsburg that there are physical differences between men and women that are enduring?"

Jackson replied, "Senator, respectfully, I am not familiar with that particular quote or case, so it's hard for me to comment as to whether or not—."

Blackburn interrupted, saying "Do you interpret Justice Ginsburg's meaning of men and women as male and female?"

"Again, because I don't know the case, I do not know how I'd interpret it. I'd need to read the whole thing."

"The fact that you can't give me a straight answer about something as fundamental as what a woman is underscores the dangers of the kind of progressive education that we are hearing about," Blackburn said.

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"What message do you think this sends to girls who aspire to compete and win in sports at the highest levels?," the senator asked, referring to Lia Thomas (left), a male-bodied swimmer who won a women's NCAA championship for the University of Pennsylvania.

Republicans have expressed concern that, if Jackson is confirmed, the left's campaign to erase biological women will continue.

If Jackson is confirmed, she would become the first Black woman to serve as a justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.

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A nine month investigation into the bizarre murder of a federal employee in Miami, Fl. has ended with the arrests of three people.

According to the Miami Herald, Romiel Robinson, 35, Jasmine Martinez, 33, and Javon Carter, 29, were arrested last week in connection with the shooting death of Le'Shonte Jones, a Transportation Security Administration officer at Miami International Airport.

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Martinez, who was taken into custody on Friday in Port St. Lucie, Fl., had been accused of a series of physical assaults on Jones in the past.

Also arrested on Friday was Robinson, left, one of Martinez's many boyfriends, and the suspected shooter, Carter, right, who was arrested last week in Miami-Dade, the Miami Herald reports.

Carter had just gotten out of prison in December 2020 after serving 8 years for a string of burglaries.

The three suspects were arrested following an exhaustive investigation into Jones' murder nine months ago.

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Jones, a 24-year-old single mom of one, was fatally shot just steps away from her front door at the Coral Bay Cove apartments at 3:15 p.m. in May 2021. She was killed after working a shift at Miami International Airport.

Her 3-year-old daughter, who was with her at time, was wounded in the shooting. The child has since recovered and is in the custody of relatives.

"The preliminary information indicates that the victim was with her toddler, when a subject in a dark colored Nissan shot at the victim and fled," according to a Miami Dade police news release.

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Court documents obtained by the Miami Herald shows Martinez, an alleged MtF transgender, was accused in 2016 of physically attacking Jones, who was dating Martinez's ex-boyfriend. The 2016 case was dropped by investigators, the Herald reported.

Martinez was arrested again in 2018 for assaulting Jones.

Jones was killed one month after she sat for a deposition in a case involving Martinez's ex-boyfriend and another woman, the Herald reports.

According to police reports, in February 2020, Jones was attacked in the parking lot of Miami's criminal courthouse by Martinez's boyfriend, Kelly Nelson, who was not charged in Jones' murder.

According to Miami-Dade police, Jones reported that Martinez was harassing her to change her story, but she refused.

All three suspects have been charged with murder, and prosecutors plan to seek a grand jury indictment.

"We never stop working to bring justice to the families of those that can no longer be heard," Miami-Dade Police Director Alfredo Ramirez III tweeted on Friday.

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Spotify quietly deleted over 100 of Joe Rogan's podcasts in which he is heard causally uttering a racist slur.

The campaign to cancel Rogan began when he hosted anti-vaxxers on his podcast, including health experts who were against vaccinating children.
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Someone compiled a video of Rogan uttering "ni**er" on his popular podcasts from years ago.

As the compilation video went viral, songstress India.Arie re-posted it on her Instagram Stories and asked Spotify to remove her content from its music streaming platform after legendary rocker Neil Young exited Spotify first.
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Arie said her decision based on Rogan's "language" and the fact Spotify paid him $100 million while artists like her earn peanuts for their music streams.

Rogan responded to the growing controversy on his YouTube and Instagram page.

"I know that to most people, there is no context where a white person is ever allowed to say that word, never mind publicly on a podcast, and I agree with that now. I haven't said it in years."

Rogan pointed out that the viral compilation video took his words out of context. He noted that he was simply discussing Red Foxx, Richard Pryor and Quentin Tarantino using the word liberally in their work.

"I was also talking about how there's not another word like it in the entire English language," he said.

"Because it's a word where only one group of people is allowed to say it... Like, if a white person uses that word, it's racist and toxic. But, a Black person can use it and it can be a punchline, it can be a term of endearment, it can be lyrics to a rap song, it can be a positive affirmation. It's a very unusual word, but it's not my word to use."


Former pro wrestler-turned-A-list actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson rushed to his former colleague's defense initially — until the video went viral. Then Johnson pulled his support.

"I was not aware of his N word use prior to my comments, but now I've become educated to his complete narrative," Johnson told a Twitter follower on Saturday.

But Johnson has problems of his own.

After pulling his support of Rogan, Johnson quietly deleted old tweets that contained transphobic slurs.

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Old Dominion University has removed a controversial professor who advocated for "minor-attracted people," following disruptions on campus.

Dr. Allyn Walker, a female-to-male trans, was placed on paid leave amid public backlash to Walker's research and book titled "A Long Dark Shadow: Minor-Attracted People and Their Pursuit of Dignity."

In the book, Walker claims so-called "non-offenders" -- pedophiles who don't act on their urges -- should be treated with empathy.

Dr. Walker supports "affirming therapy" for non-offenders by using child pornography and child sex dolls to suppress their urges toward children.

Part of affirming therapy is to change "pedophile" to MAPs because the P-word is offensive to non-offenders.

ODU issued a statement announcing Walker's suspension on Tuesday.

"Reactions to Dr. Walker's research and book have led to concerns for their safety and that of the campus. Furthermore, the controversy over Dr. Walker's research has disrupted the campus and community environment and is interfering with the institution's mission of teaching and learning."

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A petition calling for the removal of Dr. Walker from the ODU campus has collected over 11,000 signatures so far.

One person who signed the petition wrote:

"I am disgusted that Old Dominion would employ someone who tries to normalize the sexuality of Pedophiles. They should think of the children in their own families."

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un•clock•a•ble (uhn-klok-uh-buhl) adjective
1. A complimentary word used to describe a FtM (female-to-male) trans whose masculine appearance is convincing.
Actor Brian Michael Smith was named to PEOPLE magazine's 'Sexiest Man Alive' list, according to

PEOPLE magazine named actor Paul Rudd as this year's 'Sexiest Man Alive'. But critics complained that the top honor should have gone to a Black man.

As a consolation prize, PEOPLE also published the 25 "Sexiest Men You Can Watch on TV Now" list and Smith, who played Paul Strickland on "9-1-1: Lone Star," made the cut.

Smith, who was born a biological female, was ecstatic to be so honored.

"I've been called many things, this is a first," Smith wrote on Instagram. "Incredibly honored to be included in this list with so many actors I admire."

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Old Dominion University students have launched a petition to remove a female-to-male trans professor who promotes legalizing pedophilia.

Dr. Allyn Walker, who teaches sociology and criminal justice at ODU, sparked outrage by changing the terminology "pedophile" to MAPs: minor-attracted persons.

In a book titled A Long Dark Shadow: Minor-Attracted People and Their Pursuit of Dignity, Walker argues that minor-attracted people are simply misunderstood.

Walker writes:

"A lot of people when they hear the term 'pedophile', they automatically assume that it means a sex offender, and that isn't true. And it leads to a lot of misconceptions about attractions towards minors."

Walker continued:

"From my perspective, there is no morality or immorality attached to attraction to anyone because no one can control who they're attracted to at all. In other words, it's not who we're attracted to that's either OK or not OK. It's our behaviors in responding to that attraction that are either OK or not OK."

Old Dominion University's administration responded by distancing itself from Walker's comments, but stopped short of removing the professor.

Alumni are outraged at the school's response to the controversy.

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A petition calling for the school to remove Walker has garnered nearly 3,000 signatures.

Mikiah Everett, an ODU alumnus, said she was "disgusted" by ODU's decision.

"We do not need to change the 'terminology' for pedophiles," Everett said.

"I am disgusted at their response to protect someone that is an advocate for pedophiles and affiliated with the organization Prostasia (a pedophilia advocate group under the guise of a children protection organization.) Dr. Walker has crossed a line and has dressed it up in academic jargon."

Walker reacted to the outrage by saying, "I want to be clear: child sexual abuse is an inexcusable crime."

Walker, who has interviewed child victims as part of research, said:

"As an assistant professor of sociology and criminal justice, the goal of my research is to prevent crime. I embarked on this research in hopes of gaining understanding of a group that, previously, has not been studied in order to identify ways to protect children."

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The mother of a skirt-wearing teenage boy who raped a girl in a Loudon County, Virginia school bathroom says her son is a troubled boy who just wanted sex.

Speaking exclusively to, the mother, who asked not to be identified, said her son is not a male-to-female transgender.

"He's a 15-year-old boy that wanted to have sex in the bathroom, with somebody that was willing," she said. "And they're twisting this just enough to make it a political hot button issue."

"He would wear a skirt one day and then the next day, he would wear jeans and a t-shirt, a Polo or hoodie. He was trying to find himself and that involved all kinds of styles. I believe he was doing it because it gave him attention he desperately needed and sought."

She acknowledged her son's deviant, predatory behavior that included sending nude photos of himself to a girl in fifth grade.

The story made headlines after outraged parent Scott Smith, the father of the rape victim, was dragged out of a school board meeting with a bloodied mouth on June 22.

Initially, it was reported that Smith was protesting critical race theory being taught at the school. He was mocked online and his photos went viral on social media.

Then Smith told his story -- that he confronted school board officials over the brutal rape of his daughter by a transgender child.

Former President Barack Obama weighed in on the controversy by dismissing the rape as a "Phony, Trumped-Up Culture War."

School officials initially denied knowing that a girl had been sexually assaulted in the school bathroom.

It was then revealed that the same boy raped another girl in the bathroom at a school where he was secretly transferred.

On October 25, a judge found the boy guilty of the May 28 "forcible sodomy and forcible fellatio" rape of the girl. He is awaiting sentencing.

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Sidney Starr appeared on a segment of The Real to discuss a viral video that showed the male-to-female trans influencer booed up with Family Matters actor Darius McCrary.

Sidney was vague and talking in circles about their relationship. Sidney said the impact of the viral video really hit them hard.

"It hit us really hard. I don't think neither I or Darius knew how hard that was gonna hit. And, I mean, as you could see, society was not ready for this at all."

"'This' meaning what?" said Jeannie Mai-Jenkins. "I wanna know about you and Darius. Were you guys dating?"

Sidney responded:

"We are friends. He's a very good friend of mine. That's all I'ma say. He's fun to hang out with. As you could see I'm a fun girl to hang out with... Anybody would wanna be Sidney Starr's friend."

Then co-host Loni Love got serious with Sidney about "issues with the transgender community and with dating and the perceptions that people have."

Sidney insisted that straight, heterosexual males can hang out with transgenders and not be considered down-low homosexuals.

"All we wanted to do was just kinda show you all like... this is okay... Girls, look at me. It's not like I look like Arnold Schwarzenegger with a wig on!"

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