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Top Human Sexual Diversity Findings of 2021 (March Edition) 

 

Here are 25 of the most interesting studies on Human Sexual Diversity that have come out so far in 2021:

1) Sex differences in personality change...girls tend to get their act together (increase in conscientiousness) ages 9 to 13, boys...not so much.

2) Sex differences in hiring..."Despite equal qualifications, male job candidates had about five percentage points lower chances of receiving a positive response than female candidates...female advantage is limited to female-dominated occupations and to women from the majority group."

6) Transgender status and sociosexuality..."transgenders’ sociosexuality is largely influenced by their sexual genotype despite their incongruent gender self-perception."

8) Sex differences in personality correlates..."Spending more time with a romantic partner emerged as an indicator of conscientiousness among men but has little relationship to women’s conscientiousness."

Top Human Sexual Diversity Findings of 2021 (March Edition)

Tags: Education, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Sex, Statistics, Study

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28-Mar-2021


NYC school encourages kids to stop using words like ‘mom,’ ‘dad’ in ‘inclusive language’ guide 
 

A Manhattan private school aiming to use more “inclusive language” is encouraging its students to stop using the terms “mom,” “dad” and “parents” because the words make “assumptions” about kids’ home lives.

The Grace Church School in Noho — which offers academic courses for junior kindergarten through 12th grade — issued a 12-page guide to students and staff explaining the school’s mission of inclusivity.

NYC school encourages kids to stop using words like ‘mom,’ ‘dad’ in ‘inclusive language’ guide

Tags: All Rights, Children, Choices, Cold, Culture, Education, Environment, Future, Identity Loss, Inclusion, Parental Burden, Substitute, Training, Words, Youth

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11-Mar-2021


Kids aren't learning LGBTQ history. The Equality Act might change that. 

 

The Equality Act, which would prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex, sexual orientation and gender identity, is moving to the Senate after being passed by the House of Representatives – and it could affect what's taught in classrooms.

The Equality Act would enable protections within education, particularly on how teachers implement LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum.

"It signals to educators who are not part of our community that they, too, can hopefully implement language, representation and curriculum that is LGBTQ inclusive," Sophia Arredondo, director of Education and Youth Programs at the LGBTQ+ education advocacy group GLSEN, told USA TODAY.

LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum is lacking in many classrooms. Nationally, 19.4% of respondents to GLSEN's 2019 National School Climate Survey said they had been taught positive representations of LGBTQ+ people, history or events in their schools.

Kids aren't learning LGBTQ history. The Equality Act might change that.

Tags: Education, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Policy, Politics, Youth

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08-Mar-2021


These 4 Halloween Candies Are the Worst—But These 15 Are Healthier for You 

 

Okay, so you might be too old to go trick-or-treating now, but Halloween season does mean Halloween candy time. Bonus points if you have a kid or know a kid you can "borrow" some Snickers or Kit Kats from. Candy can be found everywhere this time of year—if you go over to a friend's house, they might have a bowl of fun-sized candy bars, or you might find some in your office (thanks, HR). And if you're really smart about buying candy, you'll be at your local drugstore for discounted candies on November 1 (I know I will be!). Bottom line, you're probably going to be tempted with a lot of sweet treats, so how can you indulge while making sure you're not screwing with your healthy eating plan?

The answer: Let yourself live a little. According to integrative dietitian nutritionist Robin Foroutan, MD, RDN, HHC, a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, "The best Halloween candy to eat is the one that you love the most!" She continues, "Eat it slowly—enjoy the smell, the flavor, and texture—really savor it so that you get maximum enjoyment. "However, she does caution all you candy lovers to eat a healthy snack before heading to a party so you make better choices once you get there. And if there's one special treat you can't wait to eat every year on Halloween, go for it and move on. "Remember," she says, "one meal at a party or one day of eating a bit of candy is not going to ruin your health. Do your best, get the healthy foods and exercise in, and enjoy."

These 4 Halloween Candies Are the Worst—But These 15 Are Healthier for You

Tags: Children, Choices, Environment, Etiquette, Halloween, Inclusion, Interference, Judgment, Junk Food, Life Expectancy, Mental Health, Nobody Cares, Poverty, Racial Tension, Release, Responsibility, Safety, Satisfaction

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18-Oct-2020


Why Do Fast-Casual Restaurants Get a Pass on Appropriation? 

 

I’m a professional chef, and up until three years ago, I had no idea what barbacoa really meant.

I thought I did. I’d eaten my fair share of “barbacoa” at Chipotle, where its shredded-beef burrito was my splurge order. But on a tour of Xochimilco, a tapestry of canals and artificial islands that was once a major source of local produce for Mexico City, Paco, my tour guide, took me to his favorite barbacoa stall, where we were greeted with three juicy tacos and a bowl of lamb broth to wash it all down. When I mentioned that I’d thought barbacoa was only beef, he gave me a quizzical look: “Oh yeah? Where have you been eating barbacoa?”

As a chef, I was a little embarrassed by my lack of knowledge. But as someone deeply convinced that food is an extension of identity, who has experienced first-hand the harmful impacts of stereotypes seeping into cultural norms and is now actively working toward changing them, I was horrified at how easily I accepted something completely stripped of cultural context sold to me by a chain.

Why Do Fast-Casual Restaurants Get a Pass on Appropriation?

Tags: $, Awareness, Business, Culture, Environment, Food, Hypocrisy, Inclusion, Misrepresentation, Modernization, Racism, Respect, Theft, Treatment

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08-Oct-2020


Dear Annie: I’m tired of our teen’s lack of respect and my wife always taking his side 

 

Dear Annie: I love my wife. We’ve been married for 11 years, but recently, she hasn’t been taking my side with anything involving our 14-year-old son. She tells me that I am overreacting or being stubborn. OK, I know I can be stubborn, but I firmly believe a child should show respect to his parents. Right now, my problem is that I can’t do a thing in my own house without asking permission from the 14-year-old.

Say someone calls and he asks me, “Who are you talking to?” Or, if I go outside, he asks, “Where are you going?” When I tell him that I’m the adult, that I don’t answer to him, he replies that his mother gets onto me for getting onto him, so I just need to tell him everything. And if I get onto him and yell because I’ve told him over and over not to do something, then I’m the bad guy because I lost my temper.

I’m just tired of being ignored and disrespected all the time. Anyway, I try to talk to my wife about showing a united front in front of our son, but since he isn’t biologically mine -- I just adopted him -- she tells me that she won’t because I’m wrong all the time. What should I do? -- Frustrated and Tired Dad and Husband

Dear Annie: I’m tired of our teen’s lack of respect and my wife always taking his side

Tags: Advice, Children, Choices, Exclusivity, Family, Inclusion, Parental Burden, Respect, Treatment, Women In Charge

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05-Oct-2020


Four in ten think it’s “inappropriate” for 6-year-olds to learn that being gay is OK, study finds 

 

As the new sex and relationships curriculum comes into place across England, Kantar conducted a study into attitudes toward the LGBTQ+ community.

The study asked 2,363 people, aged 16 or over, living in the United Kingdom about their opinions toward LGBTQ+ people being in certain roles.

Although the study found high levels of comfort toward LGBTQ+ people being teachers, 91% in favour for gay men, lesbians and bisexual people and 77% for trans people, it still found that nearly four in ten people (38%) thought it “inappropriate” for a 6-year-old to be taught that being gay is fine.

Four in ten think it’s “inappropriate” for 6-year-olds to learn that being gay is OK, study finds

Tags: Awareness, Children, Choices, Education, Environment, Gay, Inclusion, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Statistics, Study, Training, Trans

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11-Sep-2020


Black women who don't straighten their hair are 'less likely to get jobs because employers perceive them to be less professional', research suggests 

 

Black women with 'natural' hairstyles, such as curly afros or braids, are perceived as less professional than those who straighten their hair, a new study claims.

In experiments, the researchers found black women with natural hair are deemed 'less competent and professional' than black women with straightened hair and white women with curly or straight hair.

The job candidates with natural hair were subject to discrimination when they were being evaluated for jobs in consulting, according to the researchers, which they deem an industry with conservative dress norms.

Black women who don't straighten their hair

Tags: Beauty, Business, Choices, Culture, Employment, Hair, Inclusion, Policy, Preference, Race

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12-Aug-2020


Census shows white decline, nonwhite majority among youngest 

 

For the generation of Americans not yet old enough to drive, the demographic future has arrived.

For the first time, nonwhites and Hispanics were a majority of people under age 16 in 2019, an expected demographic shift that will grow over the coming decades, according to figures released by the U.S. Census Bureau on Thursday.

“We are browning from bottom up in our age structure,” said William Frey, a senior fellow at The Brookings Institution. “This is going to be a diversified century for the United States, and it’s beginning with this youngest generation.”

ABC News

Tags: Americans, Environment, Future, Inclusion, Minority, Race, Statistics, Study

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25-Jun-2020


Philadelphia schools, citing inequity, won't teach online 

 

The Philadelphia School District will not offer remote instruction during the coronavirus shutdown, the superintendent announced Wednesday, citing equity concerns in a city where many students lack computers or high-speed internet at home.

School districts nationwide have been wrestling with the same issues as they explore ways to keep children engaged as classrooms are shuttered for weeks or longer.

In Philadelphia, where some teachers had been offering forms of optional remote instruction on their own, Superintendent William R. Hite Jr. said at a City Hall news conference that no students will be required to log on to a computer or submit assignments.

"If that’s not available to all children, we cannot make it available to some,” Hite said.

ABC News

Tags: $, Children, Choices, Contagion, Coronavirus, Education, Environment, Exclusivity, Inclusion, Parental Burden, Poor, Privilege, Treatment, Youth

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18-Mar-2020


The Teens Have Spoken: Virginity Rocks 

 

After generations of teens defied their parents, religion and society through daring acts of furtive fucking, today’s teens have flipped the script, declaring virignity the most subversive sexual act of Gen Z.

“Virginity Rocks” is the seemingly chaste new slogan teens across the country are sporting on shirts, hats, lanyards and other merch, and while some bear it ironically, the trend has also caught the attention of pro-abstinence communities.

While the man behind the brand, 27-year-old YouTuber Danny Duncan, told the New York Times he began wearing the shirts as a joke in 2017, he added that he’s glad to see fans have embraced the initially “tongue-in-cheek” slogan in different ways.

Inside Hook

Tags: All Rights, Awareness, Fashion, Inclusion, Sex, Support, Unity, Youth

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17-Mar-2020


A restaurant in Arizona has labeled its entire salad menu as 'My Girlfriend's Not Hungry' 

 

The tired cliché is as follows: When a heterosexual couple eats at a restaurant, the woman will claim she isn't hungry, order nothing, then pick at the man's food for the rest of the meal. To combat this fictitious scenario, some restaurants offer "My Girlfriend Isn't Hungry" menu options, which usually include additional french fries or other side dishes.

The Tipsy Coyote, however, does things a little differently — it has an entire menu of salads under the label, in an attempt to gender leafy greens.

Business Insider

Tags: Dating, Diet, Food, Humor, Inclusion, Restaurant, Women

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08-Jul-2019


Americans Just Want Immigrants for the Food 

 

In 2016, Donald Trump posed in front of a taco bowl, fresh from Trump Tower Grill, and declared “I love Hispanics!” It fooled only the very gullible. Taco bowls, while delicious, are to Mexico what unlimited salad and breadsticks are to Tuscany, and his love for one didn’t stop him from trapping hundreds of Latinx migrants at border camps. Trump can eat as many taco bowls as he wants, but he’s still racist.

Unfortunately, a new survey confirms that Americans, and people all over the world, tend to have Trump’s mindset when it comes to immigrants (or just non-white people), their contributions to culture, and their food. A YouGov survey of seven European countries and the U.S. found that the “most commonly agreed benefit of immigration has been better food.” The only country that responded differently was France, where everyone was more focused on how immigrants could make their soccer team better. And while the food may be a boon, Americans at least are still worried about providing welfare to migrants, and the (unfounded) crime risk of letting immigrants into the country. Though Americans were the most accepting of any of the countries surveyed, just “one in four Americans (30%) believe [immigration] only brings benefits.” We want your food...we just don’t want you.

Eater

Tags: All Rights, Environment, Food, Immigration, Inclusion, Politics, Privilege, Representation, Respect, Support, Treatment, Unity, World

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19-Jun-2019


PROFESSOR: “MAGIC MUSHROOMS” COULD REPLACE ANTIDEPRESSANTS 

 

Interest in the potential medical uses for psychedelics, such as “magic mushrooms” and LSD, has rapidly increased in recent years, leading to the opening of the world’s first formal center for psychedelics research in April — and the center’s leader is already prepared to make a bold prediction about the future of psychedelics in medicine.

“I would imagine if you had some bookmakers doing the odds, there would be strong odds on that [psychedelic therapy] will be licensed sometime in the next five to 10 years – maybe sooner,” Robin Carhart-Harris told The Independent.

Futurism

Tags: Discovery, Environment, Fungus, Health, Inclusion, Mental Health, Nature, Recovery, Science, Treatment

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13-Jun-2019


Trauma Linked To Earlier Puberty, Premature Brain Development, And Mental Illness 

 

Growing up in poverty and experiencing traumatic events like a bad accident or sexual assault can impact brain development and behavior in children and young adults. Low socioeconomic status (L-SES) and the experience of traumatic stressful events (TSEs) were linked to accelerated puberty and brain maturation, abnormal brain development, and greater mental health disorders, such as depression, anxiety, and psychosis, according to a new study published this week in JAMA Psychiatry. The research was conducted by a team from Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) through the Lifespan Brain Institute (LiBI).

Science Blog

Mental health training aims to turn police into 'social workers of last resort'

Tags: All Rights, Disease, Employment, Environment, Inclusion, Mental Health, Nature, Parental Burden, Police, Poverty, Safety, Study, Training

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03-Jun-2019




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