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I was so obsessed with it, that I had a period of my life of intensively reading shounen-ai manga. Shounen-ai is the male couples genre. The more I read it, the more normal it became for me. Two males that slowly fall in love and become a couple. They had the same struggles straight people face. Incompatibility, financial issues, age gaps, promiscuity, etc. It was a major point in my life to learn tolerance and acceptance of people who live lifestyles that isn’t universally accepted. LGBT rights are still not recognized in Southern Asian countries. There was a story of a lesbian couple that was set on fire after the villagers discovered they were a couple living together in Bangladesh. I truly believe that introducing gay couples at a young age normalizes it. There shouldn’t be an announcement about a couple being gay. They’re just a couple that are in love. When you expose children to gay couples, you teach them to be accepting of everyone. Despite their differences. Lots of children grew up being bullied for their sexual orientations. If children learn that being gay is nothing to be ashamed of or insult, lots of gay individuals will be spared the trauma and abuse they have to carry for the rest of their lives. Teach kids to be a decent human being from a young age. One app that we got the kids to play with was Sounddrop. The game has a black screen with a small white circle ‘dropping’ down the screen. You can draw simple lines on the screen, and as the ball hits the line, a sound is made. You can manipulate the length of the line and as the line length changes, so does the pitch of the sound. This is not an app designed with kids in mind, it’s black and white, has no recognisable characters, no flashy animations – and the kids loved it.The parents loved it too. In my opinion the interaction in this app, is engaging, surprising and invites exploration. I believe it is these qualities that a child looks for in an app, and in life. The quickest way to see if an app has those qualities, is to see if they have those qualities for you. Children are just like adults, only smaller. One other lesson that became clear to me, was that children are not task oriented. They do not care about saving artwork, or working out the answer to a sum. What they care about is the process. If the process is enjoyable, they will just do it for the love of it – and learning will be a by-product. I have to say this is true for me too.
I know there are things I should learn, and then there are all the things I want to learn. One of those lists is getting shorter, and one is getting longer. The whole concept of education focussing on the process, rather than the outcome, is a major paradigm shift for most people. The education structures we have in place are just not built for this, all our measurements are based on outcomes. I believe this results in children learning, parrot fashion, how to plug in the right answers, rather than actually understanding concepts. This is a really tough question for most people, and I noticed that the majority of answers are from women. I am going to answer this question based upon a decision I made 48 years ago. I am today 58 so I made this decision when I was ten. Family life was a wreck, I was an unwanted and unloved child growing up. I cannot tell you the number of times my mother told me she wished I was dead. The abuse in all respects was beyond torturous and it did not get better as time went on. There is so much more that was going on in my life that it would take me too long to write it all, but at ten years old I made my first attempt to end my life. Obviously failed. It was in that season that I made a decision I would never have children. At the age of 18 I visit a dr and told him what I wanted and with much arguing he finally consented because of my argument for the procedure. Here it is. My brothers and sisters have all been married multiple times. The brothers would go out like dogs in heat and act as if the female species were there to breed multiple children and then abandon them like trash. My sisters had several children and struggled all there life to rais them and they did very poorly. I think that God gave me the wisdom at that time to look down the road through the life of my family and realize I may not turn out much different than them. I also knew that no living human being deserved to go through what I was experiencing and I will eventually be like the rest of the family including the man who impregnated the womb I came out of. I would not allow that. I knew we become like those around us if if I was going to be like them then my family lineage needed to end. I could only do my part.
Regrets, no. I know there are no little Stevie’s out there wondering what their daddy is like. Outwardly, I told my boy how grateful I was that he’d filled the car’s tank, proud that he’d known when to ask for help, pleased that he’d learned how to jump an engine…while quietly cringing that he may have destroyed my only vehicle at a time when I could ill-afford to replace it. To maintain curiosity is not so difficult, because curiosity is a natural part of the human character while its inhibition, which usually happens in the school years, is the result of socialization and a poor educational environment. (Unfortunately, many public school and many private schools are poor educational environments.) A curious person won’t be satisfied doing a dull job or living with an incurious person. So maintaining curiosity throughout life can come at the price of alienation from most conventional people. The risk of being considered an odd ball accepted, here are two things parents can do. Failure needs to be de-stigmatized. We learn the important things through making mistakes and when you are at a more sophisticated level you make more sophisticated mistakes. Not trying is what should be stigmatized. Failure is part of the game and failure can take you to unintended but sometimes wonderful places. People learn in various ways, it’s true, but those who have been made to feel second-class because they did not at first succeed will tend to turn themselves off from learning. In school that usually means learning only what you need to learn to get the grades, as opposed to learning to discover and grow – which is what we should all want. Fearing failure can lead to habitual opting-out of the learning process. For who wants to be a failure? Plus, if learning is associated with simply memorization, repetition, and regurgitation, who would want to do any more of that than is necessary? In the latter instance, if you do more learning than is necessary, you are also a kind of loser. This is the idea that you need to get the learning overwith to live a little bit and join life’s winners. Bottom line Happiness is divorced from learning, and that is deadly. Of course, there are some things that need to be learned that may not seem like fun, but that too is part of the game.
Product detail for this product:
Suitable for Women/Men/Girl/Boy, Fashion 3D digital print drawstring hoodies, long sleeve with big pocket front. It’s a good gift for birthday/Christmas and so on, The real color of the item may be slightly different from the pictures shown on website caused by many factors such as brightness of your monitor and light brightness, The print on the item might be slightly different from pictures for different batch productions, There may be 1-2 cm deviation in different sizes, locations, and stretch of fabrics. Size chart is for reference only, there may be a little difference with what you get.
- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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