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These anti-gay Patriot Front members are finally facing charges-if just barely
Some members of the neo-nazi cult Patriot Front are finally facing charges for planning to storm an Idaho Pride event this June — but does their punishment fit the attempted crime?Idaho police pulled over a U-Haul en route to a Pride in the Park event after an anonymous tipster witnessed the Patriot Front members loading up inside.The caravan of 31 uniformed men armed with riot gear and smoke grenades inside were all zip-tied, unmasked, and arrested for conspiracy to riot.Though the men were all originally charged and held on just over $300 bail, only six will now be facing the charges in court.Related: Patriot Front member’s mom tells him to find new home after Pride arrestIn addition to only affecting a fraction of the planned rioters, the crime they’re charged with is only a misdemeanor. The charge carries a maximum sentence of a fine and five years in prison.While police intervening on behalf of the queer community is a nice surprise, the fact is that most of this violent militia gathered from across the country to target an LGBTQ+ event is being let off largely scot-free, with just a handful of them facing low-level sentencing.The planned descent on the Idaho Pride event was just one of many attacks on queer events this past June; while legislators railed hard against queer people as “groomers“, right-wing Proud Boys tried to break up Drag Queen Storytime events across the country.Related: White supremacists destroyed a Pride mural. The video they made got them arrested.Two of the aforementioned Patriot Front members were also recently arrested for defacing a mural dedicated to Pride in Olympia, Washington; they were taken in after their own recording of the event was discovered by police.In addition to these two,
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Christina Aguilera wears strap-on as part of her dazzling array of raunchy costumes for LA Pride event
Christina Aguilera came to slay not play at LA Pride in the Park on Saturday in Los Angeles, California, complementing her musical set with a series of eye-grabbing looks.The chart-topping superstar, who was the event’s headliner at Los Angeles Historical Park, had the crowd delighted with what they could both see and hear as she whipped through her hits – including Beautiful, Lady Marmalade and Bionic.Alongside wearing a stunning glittery rainbow-striped bodysuit at one point during her performance, with the flowing skirt held up behind her to represent the LGBT flag in a tribute to the Pride colours, the 41-year-old was not afraid to show her Dirrty side either.The songstress’s multiple outfit changes saw her whip through a variety of edgy costumes, keeping her blonde hair held back in a voluminous high ponytail throughout.At one point, Christina sang on stage with the slightly unexpected addition of a phallic strap-on attached to her costume, which also comprised of a Hulk-esque torso piece and swollen arms, thigh-high patent boots and silver glittery sunglasses.She also showed off a recreation of her infamous ‘bottomless’ chaps from her iconic 2002 Dirrty music video – a look she’s enjoyed revisiting before – but this time in fire engine red and paired with a long trench coat (which of course came off), studded bodysuit, sunglasses and coordinating microphone.She was also seen enjoying herself in a pink latex costume featuring what looked like pink cone-shaped nipples, which she held in her hands as she stuck her tongue out.Christina does not do things by halves.The entertainer also matched her old Lady Marmalade collaborator Mya in neon yellow at one point, showing off a lace-print outfit with carnivalesque feathers
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