One of the most popular children's series in television history now has a same-sex married couple as recurring characters.
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In recent years, children have been targeted more and more with the LGBTQ agenda in animated stories and other so-called family entertainment.
Small feet on women were considered attractive in Han Chinese culture, and, over time, the practice grew increasingly extreme. In fact, by the sixteenth century, the foot binding process broke the bones in young girls’ feet. The goal was to produce “lotus feet,” with the ideal feet being no longer than 4 inches. Women with “lotus feet” were able to only manage small steps and would sway as they walked, something considered alluring by Chinese men.
Wednesday – Owerri. Members of a vigilante group have rescued a kidnap victim in a forest in the Abba community region of Nwangele Local Government Area, Imo State. The vigilante group known as Abba Security Watch, was set up by the Abba Autonomous Community Development Union to curb the spate of kidnappings and banditry around the community and its environs. The victim, a middle-aged man, was abducted by gunmen in the Ahiazu Mbaise Local Government Area of the state on Monday and was taken to a bush in the community, reports The Punch. He was said to have been shot...
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A baby with a rare condition, Harlequin-type ichthyosis, was born in Maiduguri, Borno State. The child was delivered on Monday at the Umaru Shehu Hospital in the State. There was confusion and commotion in the hospital following the birth of the baby. Harlequin-type ichthyosis is a genetic disorder which results in thickened skin over nearly the entire body at birth. The skin forms large, diamond-shaped plates that are separated by deep cracks. They affect the shape of the eyelids, nose, mouth, and ears, and limit movement of the arms and legs. Restricted movement of the chest can lead to breathing...
The Chinese government has prevented and ultimately banned African International students from worshiping in a Chinese government-approved church in a program code-named “anti-religious infiltration”. In a move that has greatly diminished the religious freedom of Christian International students, especially Africans, the Chinese Communist Party is leaving no stones un-turned in their desperate bid to “prevent religious infiltration from foreigners” In September, the Chinese persecution watchdog Bitter Winter was told by a group of 80 African students from a city in the northeastern province of Liaoning that the person in charge of the Three-Self church that they originally attended received a government order,...