Jade Erick was interested in natural healing and suffered from eczema, according to a friend.
Just days ago, President Donald Trump revoked previously-established guidance allowing trans kids to use the bathroom that corresponds to their gender identity in the US. Cue Rebekah, a transgender girl who has something to say about that, as a photo of her holding a sign reading “I’m the scary transgender person the media warned you about” has become incredibly popular online.
“Bought this to support Ivanka after the vicious attacks on her business,” reads one. “I was recently thinking about how I could contribute to the Ivanka Trump line after the despicable and deplorable left attacked her brand,” they said.
Since Trump’s inauguration, we rarely go a day without hearing the ways in which women in the US are having their right to abortion access restricted. Days ago a law was passed in Arkansas, for example, that will reportedly allow rapists to sue if their victims try to have an abortion. The only exception to the proposed law being if the father is dead (which the woman has to prove) or if the pregnancy is a result of rape or incest.
This time, Fox TV presenter Megyn Kelly has received abuse from viewers after baring her shoulders on television. Perhaps it wasn’t the most conventional item to wear while broadcasting, but instead of thinking of it as a little odd and moving on with their lives, people appeared to decide that Kelly deserved to be harassed for her fashion choice.