The NBA shut down CNN’s Christina Macfarlane after she attempted to question Houston Rockets stars James Harden and Russell Westbrook if this week’s events make them feel differently about speaking out in the future: Journalist gets quickly shut down when she asked James Harden, Russell Westbrook if they would refrainRead More →

Bipartisanship has returned to D.C.? Maybe that’s going a little bit too far, but we’re starting to see some responses to that garbage response we just told you about from the NBA on the Houston Rockets’ GM who dared to tweet, “Stand with Hong Kong.” Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) calledRead More →

This is just so messed up: #UPDATE @HoustonRockets star James Harden apologises to China over a tweet by the team's general manager backing Hong Kong's democracy protests that cost the franchise TV exposure and sponsorship in the lucrative Chinese market https://t.co/rFtdxVa5QL pic.twitter.com/FFBTGXgyj8 — AFP news agency (@AFP) October 7, 2019Read More →

One result of the recent rise in anti-trans campaigning has been the rash of cis women targeted and subjected to harassment as a result. Whether it’s because they’re gender non-conforming in style, or the viewer considers their natural physical features too masculine, these women have been chased out of public toiletsRead More →

By now you’ve probably seen the trailer for “Top Gun: Maverick,” the sequel to the hit film from 1986. If not, have a watch: Watch the official trailer for #TopGun: Maverick starring @TomCruise. In theatres 2020. pic.twitter.com/J698eUnakI — Top Gun (@TopGunMovie) July 18, 2019 And while it looks like TomRead More →

The semi-autonomous city of Hong Kong has been rocked by protests recently after a controversial extradition bill, allowing ‘suspects’ to be taken back to mainland China for questioning, reopened old wounds and grievances. The former British colony, which was handed back to Chinese rule in 1997, has had an uneasy relationshipRead More →