Indianapolis Coronavirus Update: Tests In Short Supply

The at-home test kits for COVID-19 are in short supply.

As of the date this article was posted, Amazon does have Coronavirus test kits available.

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The Gift of a Prostate Massage

Merry Christmas!

Woman putting protective gloves on her hand.

I love gifting a prostate massage and if I had a prostate I’m sure I would love to receive one of many. While you may already know about the G-spot for women, you should also know about the P-spot for men. The P-spot, simply called the prostate gland, is a small organ that wraps around the male urethra, about the same size as a walnut.

Yet despite its size, the prostate is responsible for many functions to your body, one of which is stimulating orgasms. A growing number of individuals are beginning to see the benefits of prostate massage and the pleasure that comes with a prostate orgasm.

What Is Prostate Massage?

Prostate massage, also known as prostate milking, is the act of inserting a finger into the rectum and stimulating the prostate gland. The objective of this approach is the release of seminal fluid, or prostatic fluid, which some medical experts believe could help with prostate inflammation.

Besides the medical benefits of this anal penetration, prostate milking can also be used to stimulate sexual experiences – whether by yourself or with your partner.

Prostate drawing
Prostate Drawing

Benefits of Prostate Massage

These are the following benefits that you can get from a prostate massage:

  • It may help in preventing prostate cancer and erectile dysfunction
  • Releasing powerful orgasms
  • Achieving and maintaining a more robust erection
  • Exploring role-reversal scenarios through pegging

The advantages listed above are just a few examples of what you can get from having a prostate massage. Not only is the act a healthy approach in potentially preventing prostate cancer, but you may also have better sexual experiences with your loved one in the bedroom.

You should give prostate milking a try and see for yourself how it positively affects your mind and body. The best thing about prostate massage is that you can always gift it to yourself if you don’t have a partner.

If my editor allows me, I plan to post additional articles about the power and pleasure of prostate massages.

By: Jill Hills, Sexpert

Jill Hills in heels
Jill Hills in heels
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Rittenhouse Verdict Sparks Unrest Among Minorities

Close up of judge's hand striking the gavel on the sounding block.
Close up of judge’s hand striking the gavel on the sounding block.

For most Americans, the Rittenhouse verdict in Wisconsin sparked one of two reactions: blatant outrage or the satisfaction that comes from biased vindication. This divisive verdict was made public on November 19, 2021, that 18-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse had been acquitted of all charges against him. Rittenhouse was facing five charges including first-degree intentional homicide, 2 counts of first-degree reckless endangerment, first-degree reckless homicide, and first-degree attempted intentional homicide. These charges came from an altercation that occurred during a night of civil rights protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The protests were fueled by the newest occurrence of police brutality against a 29-year-old African-American, Jacob Black. Black was shot by a police officer 7 times while unarmed and paralyzed as a result. 


In direct contrast, Rittenhouse took to the streets of Kenosha while fully armed with a rifle in anticipation of conflict. In a tussle with three different men, Rittenhouse walked away unharmed while 2 of the men were killed, and one injured. In each altercation, Rittenhouse stated that he feared for his safety. 

It stands without objection that Rittenhouse should have been found guilty of at least one count of reckless endangerment as he fired around protesters who were not armed. The statute surrounding first-degree reckless endangerment states: “Whoever recklessly endangers another’s safety under circumstances which show utter disregard for human life is guilty of a Class F felony.” Rittenhouse disregarded the lives of others in the interest of self-survival, that much is clear. 

What remains unclear is why Rittenhouse was motivated to be amongst the protesters in the first place. Debates have sprung up on social media from individuals who are wondering whether Rittenhouse decided to take law enforcement into his own hands, and if that is punishable by itself. Other ongoing debates have risen up in response to ongoing court cases that were resolved with harsher sentences for lesser crimes. 


The decision made by the jury has drawn a line in the sand that separates the universal notion of justice from the judicial system. An all-encompassing question stands at the foot of this verdict: if the law is able to be so drastically bent for one individual yet another of a different color would instantly be convicted, does the law itself need to be less ambiguous to avoid discrepancies? To many, it seems that the clauses within the law are never activated unless they are in regards to a Caucasian. On the other hand, changing the clauses within the law could lead to more issues down the line as there often isn’t an absolute right or wrong decision when the circumstances vary.

The Rittenhouse verdict has made one thing clear: a deeper reform is imperative, as the imbalance of equity is becoming increasingly more difficult to disregard. What was once advertised as the freest country in the world is now facing the reality that America has its favorites, and people of color are still struggling to be one of them. 


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Circle City News #8: Interviews Gemini


Circle City News interviews the recording artist, Gemini. Happy Saturday, from Madison Prusak and Attorney Mark Nicholson. We have guest co-hosts Ally Krotov and Neveah Chanel. Today we welcome Indiana recording artist GEMINI. GEMINI has been a performing artist for over 30 years. He will be touring coast to coast after releasing his debut album. Please check him out on Youtube and through his Facebook at Creig Allen for updates and videos!


On the local, national and global front, communities band together with the Red Cross to outreach for money and blood donations in light of the tragic tornadoes that hit the midwest. If you can lend a hand, please do!

Local Indiana citizen Nakyla Williams 24 years old, went missing in November 2021. She was last seen entering a white/ grey colored pickup truck outside her mother’s home. Her family told police that this was very unusual behavior for Williams. Officers are asking for community help to spread the word from Indiana to Michigan. Williams is 5’3”, African American has black hair and has brown eyes. Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call 911, contact the IMPD Missing Persons Unit at (317) 327-6160 or call Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana at (317) 262-8477 or (TIPS).

Indiana is working toward the decriminalization of marijuana. Please reach out to your local government to expedite this healing medication! 

We reach out with a heavy heart as we travel back in history on this day, 1944, when Japanese Americans were outcasted and detained during WWII. May we never stoop so low again!

Here at Circle City News, we wish you a very wonderful, safe, and lovely holiday season. And we will see you all next year!

Thank you to our sponsor Mark Nicholson of the Law Office of Mark Nicholson, for making this podcast available. Listen and watch on Youtube, Google podcasts, Apple iTunes, Merry holidays and happy new year!

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bell hooks, Author And Activist, Dies Aged 69

bell hooks

On December 15, 2021, Gloria Jean Watkins, better known by her pen name, bell hooks, died at her home in Brea, Kentucky.

Hooks wrote more than 40 books, ranging from essays and poetry to children’s books. She wrote about how a person’s race, gender, and social class were interconnected.

Bell hooks wrote using her chosen pen name to honor her maternal great-grandmother, whose name was Bell Blair Hooks. About the unconventional lowercasing of her pen name, hooks said, “When the feminist movement was at its zenith in the late ‘60s and early ’70s, there was a lot of moving away from the idea of the person. It was: Let’s talk about the ideas behind the work, and the people matter less… It was kind of a gimmicky thing, but lots of feminist women were doing it.”

Her first published work under bell hooks was a collection of poems “And There We Wept” which was released in 1978.  She was an inspiration to me, and her works are one of the reasons I became a feminist.

Bell hooks, a groundbreaking feminist thinker and writer, has died.

By: Attorney Mark Nicholson, Owner/CEO of the Law Office of Mark Nicholson

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Circle City News #7: Interviews LeJuice Creations

Hello Indiana! Welcome back to this week’s podcast hosted by Madison, Mark, and Indiana’s very own guest-host Ally!

Today we dive into updates about Jussie Smollett and interview Le Juice’s owner and operator James Hales. The seeds of Le Juice have been germinating since 2012. Listen to hear James’ backstory which led him to be a progressive leader in Indiana’s all-natural juice industry. Check him out on Facebook

A special shout out to Madison’s father who’s just completed his final round of chemotherapy! We thank our sponsor Mark Nicholson of the Law Office of Mark Nicholson for fighting against the travesty of justice for over a decade! Many blessings to all!

All love Indiana, see you next week!

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Jussie Smollett Guilty of Mendacity to Police

Jussie Smollett convicted
Actor Jussie Smollett

Jussie Smollett Gets Convicted!

The Jussie Smollett Conviction

The jurors sent a resounding message with the Jussie Smollett conviction.  Abimbola, who’s now an amateur boxer, mentioned Smollett advised him specific traces he needed the brothers to ship — “‘Empire,’ f—-t, n—-r, MAGA” — and then gave blow-by-blow instructions. Smollett was written off of “Empire” in the wake of the incident and testified that his career had been damaged. Gloria Rodriguez, the attorney for the Osundairo brothers, mentioned her clients “could not be more thrilled and happy with the results.”

National Headlines: Jussie Smollett Guilty On 5 Counts – CBS Pittsburgh

National Headlines: Jussie Smollett Guilty On 5 Counts.

Posted: Fri, 10 Dec 2021 11:35:02 GMT [source]

In text messages launched after public records requests, Cook County State Prosecutor Kim Foxx herself referred to as that assertion “bull—-,” telling an aide that she actually withdrew due to false rumors that she was related to Smollett. And Smollett not only dedicated a felony offense by falsely reporting a hate crime, but they also mentioned — what he did was “just plain wrong” to denigrate one thing as serious as a hate crime. In closing arguments, Uche stated the brothers had the motive to hold out a real attack on the actor. Olabinjo Osundairo might have carried out the attack because of homophobia, and Abimbola Osundairo may have been a self-loathing gay man, Uche said.

Jussie Smollett Discovered Guilty Of Lying To Police About Alleged Attack

“While it’s actually possible that he may receive a sentence involving jail time, the more likely situation is that he would obtain probation with some quantity of neighborhood service,” former Cook County Prosecutor Eryk Wachnik informed Reuters. “I don’t for one second imagine that justice was accomplished right now,” Uche mentioned outside court, including that the defense was dealing with an uphill battle as an outcome of “Jussie was already tried and convicted in the media.” Special prosecutor Dan Webb informed the jury that Smollett caused the Chicago police to spend enormous resources investigating a felony offense they consider to have been faked. Two brothers, Ola and Abel Osundairo, were arrested in February 2019 for allegedly being connected to the attack. The Osundairos told police that Smollett wrote them a check for $3,500 to carry out the purported assault. Smollett additionally took the stand, telling jurors that he and Abel had a sexual relationship earlier than the alleged attack. His communications with the brothers during the night of the attack.” were about scheduling a personal coaching session.

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Smollett informed police that he had been assaulted on a darkened road by two masked males. According to Smollett, his assailants put a noose around his neck and poured chemical compounds on him while yelling racist and homophobic slurs and expressing their help for Trump. With his conviction, Smollett faces as many as three years in jail for every charge towards him. His conviction carries a prison sentence, however, Indiana Criminal Defense Attorney Mark Nicholson expects the actor to more likely be placed on probation and ordered to carry out community service. He also questioned why Smollett would have declined to hand proof to police, including his cellphone, medical information, and a DNA pattern, if he had really been the sufferer of a hate crime. Special prosecutor Dan Webb called part of Smollett’s story “ridiculous,” asking why Smollett was on the intersection at 2 a.m., WLS reported. Smollett told the jury he went to get eggs as an outcome of Osundairo advising him to eat extra eggs.

Those Who Fib to Police Sometimes Recant

According to attorney Mark Nicholson, those who fib in preliminary reviews to police are regularly quick to recant and often aren’t charged in the event if they take it back instantly. After police accused him of lying, Smollett doubled down and insisted it was all true. Initial charges brought in February 2019 that accused the previous “Empire” actor of faking the assault were quickly tossed out.

Conviction with Gavel

But yesterday, the jury convicted the 39-year-old on 5 counts of disorderly conduct — for each separate time he was charged with mendacity to police within the days after the alleged attack. Twelve jurors in Chicago criminal court discovered the disgraced actor guilty of 5 of 6 counts of felony disorderly conduct for submitting a false police report following testimony from thirteen witnesses and more than 9 hours of deliberation. Following public criticism, Cook County decided to order Special Prosecutor Dan Webb to analyze each of the alleged crimes and the dropped Cook County case. In February 2020, Webb announced a new grand-jury indictment accusing Smollett of staging the attack and six counts of felony disorderly conduct, to which the actor pled not guilty. Webb also concluded that the State Attorney’s office abused their discretion within the initial Smollett case; however, they weren’t responsible for felony wrongdoings.

The actor pushed back by filing a lawsuit accusing the City of Chicago and numerous police officers of malicious prosecution. He testified over two days about being the victim of what he said was a hate crime, telling the jury “there was no hoax.”  The actor was initially charged with staging a hate crime in February 2019 however in a surprising reversal, Chicago prosecutors dropped all expenses towards him after he agreed to forfeit a $10,000 bond and confirmed proof that he’d accomplished two days of community service. On March 28, 2019, Chicago city attorneys underneath the guidance of Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson, sent Smollett a requirement letter, requiring him to repay the town the sum of $130,106.15 “expended on extra time hours in the investigation of this matter.” The letter warned that if this amount was not paid, then the Chicago Department of Law could prosecute Smollett for the alleged false statements to town or “pursue another legal remedy obtainable at regulation.”

The city of Chicago’s actions seemed like extortion. In any event, they pursued the charges and got their conviction.

EXPLAINER: What charges did Jussie Smollett face at trial? – SFGate

EXPLAINER: What charges did Jussie Smollett face at trial?.Posted: Mon, 29 Nov 2021 08:00:00 GMT [source]

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Q&A with Jill Hills

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Dear Jill,

I am a pansexual female, and when I go to the club with my girlfriend, men think it is okay to come on to my girlfriend. They act like my relationship with her is not serious. What can I do to let them know?


This is something that is unfortunate but happens all too often. Men fantasize about being with two women at the same time, also known as the King Triade. My three suggestions are.

  1. Ask your girlfriend to let the man know that she’s in the committed relationship and not interested
  2. Tell the man that you both are in a relationship together and are not interested.
  3. You both walk away and just ignore him.

There are other ways to handle it, but those are three of my suggestions.

By: Jill Hills, Sexpert

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Podcast #6: Circle City News: The Sex Coach Interview

Episode 6

Happy Holidays, Indiana! Neveah Chanel joins us again as a Co-Host. Also, you can visit her OnlyFans page at @Neveahchanel.

Listen as we talk about local stories which include a report of an officer kicking a dog in the line of duty and tips to protect yourself from porch pirates poaching your ordered goods.

We thank NOLA’s Shannon Burton for joining us on the program today. Shannon shares her experience as a professional sex coach. We discuss stigma and strides forward in the right direction regarding our sexual health and awareness. Please check out Shannon’s website which offers learning and information about classes, booking sessions, and upcoming dates. Thank you so much Shannon for reaching out and coming on, all the way from New Orleans!

Enjoy National Cookie day!

See you next Saturday! Madison Prusak and Mark Nicholson

Tips for protecting yourself against Porch Pirates:

• Ask a neighbor you trust to keep an eye out for your packages

• Always track your package to make sure you’re home when it’s delivered

• If you schedule deliveries frequently, make sure you switch up the drop off times to be less predictable

• Lastly, require a signature for deliveries if you can • For Amazon deliveries, use their locker locations

• Sign up for the postal service’s email notifications

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Sex Coach Shannon

Sex Coach Shannon Burton

Shannon Burton is a certified sex coach and educator determined to help clients live fulfilling sex lives. Learn more at or follow her on Twitter or Facebook @sexcoachshannon.

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