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Connor Robinson , a year-old British TikTok star with rosy cheeks and a budding six-pack, has built a large following by keeping his fans thirsty. Between the daily drip of shirtless dance routines and skits about his floppy hair , Mr. The video ends with Mr. Robinson pushed against the tiled wall.
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20 politically incorrect songs that'd be wildly controversial today

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20 politically incorrect songs that'd be wildly controversial today

There's nothing like hearing a song come on the radio or flicker across a Spotify playlist that you haven't encountered in a while, and realizing, "Was this song always this offensive? The answer: Yes, it probably was. Standards have changed quite a bit in terms of what references the culture at large deems offensive in its hit songs, from casual homophobia in pop songs from Katy Perry and Taylor Swift to the jaw-dropping lyrical content of some Rolling Stones classics. Why it wouldn't fly today: Perhaps the song was just trying to celebrate the ancient art of kung fu. But they did it with a song that declares the entire continent of Africa is bereft of water, trees or joy. Why it wouldn't fly today: No, Turning Japanese isn't literally about turning Japanese.
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The Miseducation of the American Boy

Updated at p. ET on December 20, I knew nothing about Cole before meeting him; he was just a name on a list of boys at a private school outside Boston who had volunteered to talk with me or perhaps had had their arm twisted a bit by a counselor. The afternoon of our first interview, I was running late. As I rushed down a hallway at the school, I noticed a boy sitting outside the library, waiting—it had to be him.
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This trope is the presentation of deaths of LGBT characters where these characters are nominally able to be viewed as more expendable than their heterosexual counterparts. In this way, the death is treated as exceptional in its circumstances. In aggregate , queer characters are more likely to die than straight characters. Indeed, it may be because they seem to have less purpose compared to straight characters, or that the supposed natural conclusion of their story is an early death. The reasons for this trope have evolved somewhat over the years.
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