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A major lawsuit against Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears has been dropped.

In August, the comedians were accused by a 22-year-old anonymous plaintiff identified as Jane Doe in court documents of forcing her and her younger brother to perform in two sexually suggestive comedy skits when they were minors.

Now, a court document obtained by NBC News and a representative for Haddish have confirmed that the case was dismissed on Sept. 20 after Jane Doe filed the paperwork for dismissal. Reps for Jane Doe did not immediately respond to TODAY’s request for comment, but did issue a statement to TMZ.

“My family and I have known Tiffany Haddish for many years — and we now know that she would never harm me or my brother or help anyone else do anything that could harm us. We wish Tiffany the best and are glad that we can all put this behind us,” she wrote in the statement, TMZ reported.

 

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C'mon guys what suggestive about these all age drag shows?



Just gotta love that all age sign "It ain't gonna lick itself". Nothing suggestive here...
They didn’t do anything to crazy in that clip, aside from that sign….but it’s just disturbing to me that parents think their kids need to be exposed to this kind of stuff at such a young age…I’m sure they did some inappropriate dancing at some point, if they thought that sign was ok then I’m sure they think grinding is ok, some people are so scared to be called a bigot they will do things they normally wouldn’t. Iv got no problem with people doing drag shows or anything, I just don’t think it’s a place kids need to be
 

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I saw this article recently about LGBTQ books for kids (no chance of finding it again) -- it was arguing against them and I have to say I agree.

I wouldn't put this in the realm of pedophilia, and it's not even limited to that subject but..

I see absolutely no reason to be dong flopping in front of kids


(LOL) reminded me of it.


Now the reason I say this is because a couple of years ago I went to the bookstore to buy my 10yo nephew a book. I wanted some sort of fantasy thing.

Well I was kind of amazed and annoyed by the number of "politically correct" books I had to wade through before finding something I wanted.

I used to go to that same bookstore for my daughter and she's ten years older than my nephew.

Back then it wasn't like that. I just feel like these books have an agenda and I'd rather talk to the kid myself about it than give them a book 😐
 

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I saw this article recently about LGBTQ books for kids (no chance of finding it again) -- it was arguing against them and I have to say I agree.

I wouldn't put this in the realm of pedophilia, and it's not even limited to that subject but..




(LOL) reminded me of it.


Now the reason I say this is because a couple of years ago I went to the bookstore to buy my 10yo nephew a book. I wanted some sort of fantasy thing.

Well I was kind of amazed and annoyed by the number of "politically correct" books I had to wade through before finding something I wanted.

I used to go to that same bookstore for my daughter and she's ten years older than my nephew.

Back then it wasn't like that. I just feel like these books have an agenda and I'd rather talk to the kid myself about it than give them a book 😐



Bodies Are Cool is a body-positive picture book that takes a casual approach to queer representation. It depicts a diverse array of bodies—of all shapes, sizes, races, and genders, including post-top-surgery trans bodies—paired with playful rhyming text
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Julián Is a Mermaid and Julián at the Wedding are two more picture books depicting kids exploring gender expression with family support. With scant dialogue and dazzling illustration, the first book tells the story of Julián, a young boy who has some apprehension about sharing his love of makeup, flowy hair, and mermaid role-play with his abuela. But to his surprise, she embraces and celebrates his interests by taking him to the annual Coney Island Mermaid Parade in New York City, where Julián struts down the boardwalk in makeshift mermaid regalia as his glamorous authentic self. The book’s sequel shows Julián making delightful mischief at a lesbian wedding with a new friend named Marisol, a little girl who’s equally authentic to herself
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I try to approach everything with the “does this benefit my kid” view, but that’s not the only approach also have to think “is this suggestive” and “could this influence them to think something unnatural” and by unnatural I mean then thinking things they wouldn’t otherwise think, putting shit in their head in other words….kids are incredibly easily influenced and I think that’s a line a responsible parent needs to walk carefully…and obviously circumstance plays a pretty good role too, if your kid is showing signs of being gay or trans then it would be a good idea to start talking to them about it, and likewise if you kid comes home from school and asks why a boy in their class is dressing like a girls or playing with girl toys it would be the right time to start talking about it…but I really don’t think it’s something that needs to be brought to the front of everything at a young age, like religion, I don’t think that’s something kids need to be exposed to until they get older and capable of making their own decisions to a certain degree
 
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I feel like any politician who doesn't argue for zero rape, zero pedfiles is a jerk. Why do we except a certain number of death and rape. It's weird what this country calls the best country. When's we have homicide and rape going up right?
 

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I saw this article recently about LGBTQ books for kids (no chance of finding it again) -- it was arguing against them and I have to say I agree.

I wouldn't put this in the realm of pedophilia, and it's not even limited to that subject but..




(LOL) reminded me of it.


Now the reason I say this is because a couple of years ago I went to the bookstore to buy my 10yo nephew a book. I wanted some sort of fantasy thing.

Well I was kind of amazed and annoyed by the number of "politically correct" books I had to wade through before finding something I wanted.

I used to go to that same bookstore for my daughter and she's ten years older than my nephew.

Back then it wasn't like that. I just feel like these books have an agenda and I'd rather talk to the kid myself about it than give them a book 😐




lgbtq-books-for-kids-2048px-4945.jpg


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My daughter is/was very savvy (and a smartass) and I bet she'd have rejected these books. They need to be all together in a separate section but they aren't.


"mermaid role-play with his abuela." (Abuela = grandmother). At least it isn't his grandfather lol, but that just doesn't sit right with me!


We didn't have these books when I was a kid. That was the late 70s so there could've been books on homosexuality or women's liberation, but there weren't.

One book my parents gave me (when I was about 6yo) was about sex. It was this LOL. I feel a bit cringey just looking at it actually 😣

 
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