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The library is now open, with Mrs. Kasha Davis’ Drag Story Time LIVE
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The library is now open, with Mrs. Kasha Davis’ Drag Story Time LIVE

RuPaul’s Drag Race alumnus Mrs. Kasha Davis has spent her quarantine entertaining fans, families and children with her bi-weekly online show Drag Story Time LIVE with MKD. Everyone’s favourite international housewife-sensation can be seen every Sunday and Wednesday (12:00 EST) looking fabulous in her suburban, fairy tale-telling extravaganza. The show is aimed at children of all ages and their families, with Mrs. Davis positioning herself as campy like Pee Wee Herman with the honestly of Mr. Roger – in a dress. Kasha says: “I love doing Story Time because I’m providing something special for children and their parents that was not available when I was a child." ‘Nay sayers will say Drag Story Time LIVE is pushing a “gay agenda” on children but I believe if they sit and listen,...
Play cards become gender-equal in new pack created by teenager
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Play cards become gender-equal in new pack created by teenager

Gender Equal cards to stop discriminations. An Israeli youngster raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to create a brand-new deck of cards making the female characters equal to their male counterparts. Whilst playing cards on vacation, Jerusalem-based teenager, Maayan asked her father a simple question: “Why is the Queen worth less than the King?” Her father didn’t have a good answer, which sparked the idea to create the world’s first gender-equal deck, with two Kings and Queens raised higher and two lower, she then added princesses to replace two of the Jacks – all with an equal scoring. They also created a female joker. “Let’s be honest,” Maayan says, “playing cards were invented hundreds of years ago and they don’t make sense anymore today…we even have ruling female monarchs...
Netflix stands up for LGBT+ characters 
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Netflix stands up for LGBT+ characters 

International streaming giant Netflix has defended the decision to host characters representing the LGBT+ community throughout its slate, in opposition of a derogatory tweet. The tweet featured a meme with characters from Spongebob Squarepants, suggesting that the use of queer characters in television programmes was unnecessary, stating: “Every damn new series”.  The succinct reply from the communications team at Netflix was simply, “Sorry you have yet to realize that every gay person is very necessary”. https://twitter.com/netflix/status/1258156383792279552 The response has so far provoked more than 660,000 likes, over 107,000 retweets and more than 9,500 responses - both positive and negative. There was an overarching message of support from the majority of those replying with ...
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