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Emily Ratajkowski addresses bisexuality while insisting straight people don't exist

She added in conversation with Harper's Bazaar: "I think sexuality is on a sliding scale. I don’t really believe in straight people."Emily had been divorced from her estranged husband, Sebastian Bear McClard, for less than a month when she published the attention-grabbing post.He is the father of her son, Sylvester Apollo, who the pair welcomed back in March 2021.Meanwhile, Emily - who is considering getting back onto the dating circuit soon - has opened up about her feelings regarding sex on a first date.She revealed on her podcast that "power dynamics" influence her decision about when to take a date to the bedroom - but that ultimately women should do "whatever the hell they want"."I've been thinking about this a lot because it speaks so much to power dynamics and sex on the first date is the ultimate example of that," she mused."[That's] because you're dealing with gender dynamics in such a specific little vacuum of a moment."I think if you're not ready to be vulnerable, that is a reason not to have sex on the first date."She also added that another pet peeve is men with an "'I'll hit that' vibe", even if she's attracted to the person, as she is looking for more than a purely physical connection.Meanwhile, she says men who don't make their way into her bedroom are much more forgettable to her."If I don't sleep with them, I think about them less.

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This teacher was outed by his students on TikTok and then forced to quit his job
It seems like the closet is part of the job description for many teachers–even outside the “Don’t Say Gay” wasteland of the U.S. school system.A Catholic school Drama teacher in Perth, Australia found himself as a subject in a viral game of “Guess Who” that cost him his job.The TikTok series in question featured “clues” in each video to indicate who they were about; one such video included the coat of arms for this teacher’s school, the “comedy and tragedy” theater masks, and a muscled torso next to a Pride flag.Related: This gay high school music teacher was blackmailed and outed; his school responded horribly“I was victim to students making a TikTok about me that effectively was outing me,” the teacher explains to The West Australian.“Being gay and working in a Catholic school, the scriptures and the Church believe homosexuality is wrong and that teachers may be dismissed from their role due to religious grounds.”The official statement from a Catholic Education West Australia spokesperson failed to address this specific situation, though they assured that “the safety and well being of all students and staff are central to our processes and practices.”“Appropriate online behaviour continues to be an educational and pastoral focus with clear policies and procedures if student conduct does not meet the high standards expected,” the statement continued.That being said, it’s unclear whether this instance of publicly outing a teacher is even being investigated.Related: A teacher was fired for helping a bullied, queer teen. Now his students are raising hell.Queer teachers in the United States are currently facing similar roadblocks, even in completely secular public schools, with multiple accounts of teachers being