Sex Toy Scandal: Hundreds of Dildos Dangle from Portland Powerlines

Hundreds of large white and orange dildos have been strung together in pairs and are now dangling from city powerlines in Portland, Oregon.

Residents who seem to be embracing the appearance of the phallic sex toys have taken to social media to post photos of sightings with the hashtag #KeepPortlandWeird, a hashtag generally used to share quirky sightings and anecdotes from across the Pacific Northwest city.

Others, though, seem to be outraged about the potential for children to see the brightly colored rubber penises swinging in the breeze.

“All fun & games until your 6 yr old child asks, ‘What are those?’ as they point to the dildos in the sky,” Paul Ogg commented on Twitter.

The Portland Office of Neighborhood Involvement has received many and various reports about the dildos, but so far nobody has ‘fessed up with an explanation for the display.

A spokesman for public utility Portland General Electric told Yahoo! News that she did not believe the rubber products posed a fire hazard.

While the dildos have heavily multiplied this week, a video posted to YouTube called “Portland is Dildos” shows that at least a couple have been hanging since June.


Canada’s New Law Lets Government Take Children Away If Parents Don’t Accept Their Gender Identity

A Canadian province has passed a law that gives rights to the government to take away children from families that don’t accept their kid’s chosen “gender identity” or “gender expression”.

The Supporting Children, Youth and Families Act of 2017, also know as Bill 89, was passed in Ontario by a vote of 63 to 23, The Christian Times reported.

The law, which replaces old laws governing child protection, foster care and adoption services, instructs all child services and judges, to take into consideration a child’s “race, ancestry, place of origin, color, ethnic origin, citizenship, family diversity, disability, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression.”

Minister of Child and Family Services Michael Coteau, who introduced the bill, said “I would consider that a form of abuse, when a child identifies one way and a caregiver is saying no, you need to do this differently.”

“If it’s abuse, and if it’s within the definition, a child can be removed from that environment and placed into protection where the abuse stops.”

The old law used to allow parents to “direct the child’s education and religious upbringing.” The new bill, however, amends such rights of the parents.

It now emphasizes a child’s “identity and allows parents only to “direct the child or young person’s education and upbringing, in accordance with the child’s or young person’s creed, community identity and cultural identity.”

Ontario children and youth advocate Irwin Elman celebrated the bill and said it signals a “paradigm shift” and creates a “child-centered system of service” with “the commitment to anti-racism and children’s rights.”

Jack Fonseca, a political strategist for Campaign Life Coalition, meanwhile, criticized the new law.

“With the passage of Bill 89, we’ve entered an era of totalitarian power by the state, such as never witnessed before in Canada’s history. Make no mistake, Bill 89 is a grave threat to Christians and all people of faith who have children, or who hope to grow their family through adoption.”

The child services in Ontario, Canada got into hot water back in April after it removed two foster children from a Christian couple’s home because they said no to lying to the girls that the Easter bunny is real, The Christian Post reported.

Derek Baars, one of the foster parents, said “We have a no-lying policy” after being told by a child support worker that they must tell the girls, aged 3 and 4, that the Easter bunny is real because it’s an important part of Canadian culture.

“We explained to the agency that we are not prepared to tell the children a lie. If the children asked, we would not lie to them, but we wouldn’t bring it up ourselves,” he added.



Anonymous hacker breaks into ISIS Twitter accounts AGAIN, makes them “fabulously” gay

When it comes to accepting homosexuality, no one is quite as resistant as ISIS.

Nothing pisses off these humorless terrorists more than a couple of men expressing their love physically. Since these aren’t the most tech savvy of our enemies, it’s been relatively easy for one hacker in particular to break in to their social media accounts used to recruit new members.

The hacker known as WachulaGhost said “we started to take over their accounts with porn and gay pride images basically just to troll them. We thought that putting the naked images would offend them.”

He made his first gay ISIS makeover after the cowardly attack in Orlando last year. Now he’s doing what he does best again, and ISIS is not happy.

In addition to gay porn, WachulaGhost has replaced their iconic black flags with rainbows and used Photoshop to put ISIS fighters in “compromising” positions.

In an interview with CNN he said he was doing what the social media companies can’t or won’t. “If the social media people like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram would stand up and do something it would help,” he said. “Sometimes you have to stand up and make a change for the good.”

Since then he has received multiple death threats and images of beheading, but he’s not worried. “That’s good because if they are focusing on me they are not doing anything else.”

While bullets and bombs are far more effective at stopping ISIS, mocking their biggest fear sure is fun!

Citizens of the free world couldn’t be happier and reveled in the hack with the following tweets:


Overjoyed transgender man successfully uses bionic penis to lose his virginity

An transgender man fitted with a bionic penis has lost his virginity four years after the operation.

Lee Carter has spoken about what happened after he spent a night with his girlfriend in a hotel last month.

The 49-year-old spent 40 years trapped in the wrong body and said sex with his £60,000 male body was ‘amazing’.

His bionic penis was built using skin from him arm and features a pump inside a silicone testicle to make him erect.

He said: ‘I waited a long time, but it was worth it. It was incredible and we both enjoyed it so much we didn’t stop all night.

‘And then we started again in the morning.’

Lee now happy with his new love Leanne Taylor.

Lee believes living as a woman called Lisa for most of his life would make him a good lover, and his now partner Leanne agrees.

She said: ‘We were both a bit nervous but it was wonderful and I couldn’t be happier.’

The couple met after separated mum of two Leanne, 36, contacted Lee, having read about him in the press.

She contacted him via Facebook to say she had read his story and purchased his book called Living With Lisa which details his transition from female to male and the pair began chatting.

Lee said: ‘We both felt a really strong connection to each other. I knew she was the one and she felt the same.’

They spoke daily until Lee surprised Leanne by driving 200 miles from his home in Clacton and booking into a hotel near her home.

Lee had previously turned down offers of sex because he wanted to meet the right woman to lose his male virginity too. He knew Leanne was that woman.

He said: ‘It just felt right. I had to see her. When I called her a told her where I was she came straight over.’

The pair met in the bar and went for a meal and drinks before going upstairs to Lee’s hotel room.

His bionic penis which was fitted in 2012 completing his gender surgery, is operated via a pump in a silicone testicle.

Lee as Lisa before his transformation

Lee said: ‘I was nervous but a few beers definitely helped. I knew everything worked but it was just because it was the first time with a woman.

‘I couldn’t believe it was finally happening and I was losing my virginity as a man, but more importantly with someone whom I cared deeply about and who felt the same about me.’

They have since spent weekends together and talk daily. Childcare worker Leanne says they are talking about moving in together.

She said: ‘Lee is a lovely guy and I am lucky to have met him. It wasn’t awkward or uncomfortable because I already knew what he had been through from reading his book.

‘He’s just a normal guy who also happens to be thoughtful, romantic, sensitive and kind, what’s not to love.’

It took him three years to transition and five operations.