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Gen Z Are “Puriteens,” But Not For The Reasons You Think 

 

Siose, a 24-year-old occupational therapist in New Zealand — who has slept with only two people, including his fiancée — blames his lack of interest in “sleeping around” on feelings of sexual inadequacy generated by porn, which he viewed from age 12. “It was about being insecure about my body,” he says. “I was like, ‘I don’t have [a pornstar dick], so I’m probably not going to satisfy whoever I hook up with.’”

Sometimes sexual discomfort is caused by early and distressing sexual encounters online. Few female digital natives make it through their teens without encountering unsolicited dick pics and videos; Katie and Kristen both named Omegle as a notorious example, a free chat website that became a popular activity at high school get-togethers. “We would all sit on there thinking we were going to talk to people, but then every three clicks you’d just see a guy wanking off,” Kristen said, and Katie confirmed that “definitely [at] slumber parties, everyone would go on Omegle and see a bunch of penises.”

Gen Z Are “Puriteens,”

FODA is the new FOMO: Scary dating trend for singles after COVID-19

French millennials - dubbed 'the nudist 2.0' - get a taste for urban naturism, baring all in parks, swimming pools and even museums

Jan Zimmerman, 22, is 'linked to rise in Tourette symptoms' among fans

'I feel like I've been clawed by a tiger'

Tags: Attack, Dating, Fraud, Illness, Nudism, Portrait, Sex, Symptoms, Training, Treatment, Violence, Youth

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14-Sep-2021


What can — or should — we learn from porn? 

 

"Porn is a potent force for pushing back on common perceptions of Asian men as desexualized, or non-sexual, in American culture," argues Jesh Fiszel, another Asian American creator-performer, who says he was inspired by the now-retired Long's endeavors. "Our content has subtle racial subtext to inform our audience…while also allowing people to watch it" for pure erotic pleasure.

"In terms of whether it's possible for pornography to influence people's self-acceptance, in terms of how their bodies look and their sexual orientations, or their acceptance of others, a few research articles substantiate that idea," adds Emily Rothman, a Boston University professor of community health and proponent of porn literacy studies. "Anecdotally, people have told me that is true, too."

What can — or should — we learn from porn?

Tags: Education, Effect, Nature, NSFW, Porn, Relationships, Sex, Study, Training

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11-Sep-2021


Want To Avoid Raising Entitled Kids? Don’t Do These 4 Things. 

 

“If your brain isn’t cognitively ready to imagine someone else’s experience, it’s harder to have empathy,” said Pressman.

Yet it is important that as kids move from toddler-dom into the school-age years, parents actively teach them that they will not always get their way. Parents also should explain to children that not getting their way may feel bad, which is expected.

For example, when your child is shopping for a friend’s birthday present and they ask for a toy of their own, don’t give in, Pressman urged. Instead, maybe say something like: “We’re going into the store to buy a present for Billy. I know sometimes that can feel hard, and it’s hard to focus,” Pressman said. That’s it.

You’re giving them space to grapple with what it feels like to not get their way, and you’re showing them that you expect them to get through it. It can be a pretty powerful lesson, particularly when it’s repeated often as a natural part of growing up.

Want To Avoid Raising Entitled Kids? Don’t Do These 4 Things.

Mother DELETES 14-year-old influencer daughter's social media account with 1.7 MILLION followers

Many parents are saying no to sleepovers. At what cost?

Tags: Advice, Children, Choices, Fear, Friendship, Mental Health, Neglect, Parental Burden, Responsibility, Self-defence, Training, Unruly Child

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11-Aug-2021


NJ students’ learning declined during pandemic: report 

 

Specifically, it found that 37% of all students are learning below their grade level, in both English and math classes. In english language classes, a breakdown of the information for kindergarten through 10th grade shows that students for whom English is not their first language, 65% are below grade level. For economically disadvantaged students, the number is 54% below grade level. It’s 52% for Hispanics, and 51% for African Americans.

NJ students’ learning declined during pandemic: report

Oregon Governor signs new law allowing students to graduate without proving they can read, write, or do math

Tags: Cheating, Children, Choices, Education, Intelligence, Laws, Leaders, Parental Burden, Training

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08-Aug-2021


Leaked audio reveals superintendent suggesting teachers should quit if they reject 'anti-racism' training 

 

Last month, Fox News reported on a diversity training in which an Oregon teacher suggested that colleagues needed to "evolve" with so-called "anti-racist" ideas or "dissolve."

Although a spokesperson previously said the teacher didn't speak for that particular district, leaked audio seems to show that the superintendent similarly issued an implied threat to teachers.

"I'm here to support you in any way and I'm at your convenience. But I do want you to know and I do want the message to get out there that this [anti-racism training] isn’t optional anymore," said Beaverton Superintendent Don Grotting.

Leaked audio reveals superintendent suggesting teachers should quit

Teen says she's going to sue her 'predominantly white' Long Island school district for $2m for refusing to publish her sonnet about George Floyd in their literary magazine

Woke mob targets Joanna and Chip Gaines over $1,000 donation to his sister's campaign to a local school board

How a ‘slavery’ uproar at Juilliard School threatens the future of artistic expression

Woman in racist Central Park confrontation sues over firing

Team Biden wants white teachers to undergo anti-racist ‘therapy’

Bill to Automatically Remove Criminal Records Finds Some Support in New York

NYC's prestigious Julliard School forced students to take part in 'Slavery Saturday' workshop where they had to pretend they were slaves amid audio of whips, rain and racial slurs

Portland teacher says colleagues who don't want to teach critical race theory are like PEDOPHILES and warns they'll be fired

Tags: $, Backlash, Court, Culture, Education, Employment, Enforcement, Policy, Psychology, Punishment, Termination, Training, Video

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01-Jun-2021


Dalton parents enraged over ‘masturbation’ videos for first graders 

 

Last fall, parents at the posh $55,000-per-year Dalton School got wind of their first-graders being taught sex-education lessons that included masturbation.

The Post viewed video of a cartoon Fonte used in one of her sex-ed classes for 6-year-olds showing little kids talking about “touching themselves” for pleasure.

“Hey, how come sometimes my penis gets big sometimes and points in the air?” asks the little boy in the cartoon, leading to an explanation of what an “erection” is.

The boy nods and says, “Sometimes I touch my penis because it feels good.”

Dalton parents enraged over ‘masturbation’ videos for first graders

Tags: Children, Choices, Education, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Sex, Training

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29-May-2021


Is anal training a pandemic trend? 

 

All of us have struggled with how to spend our increased alone time during the pandemic. Remember back in March when everyone was baking, and flour became as coveted as male feminists on Tinder? Well, unlike those carb-loving hipsters, some people are actually using their time during lockdown wisely. And by wisely, I mean they are learning to do something new. And by learning something new, I mean they are learning to take it in the ass.

Is anal training a pandemic trend?

Number of Convicted Sex Offenders Arrested at Biden's Border Reaches Staggering High

‘The Wire’ actor accuses school employee of sexually abusing him in 1992

Tags: Accusation, Celebrity, Children, Education, Gay, Immigration, Safety, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Training

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28-May-2021


My Mom Demands an Apology Every Time I Ask Her a Simple Question 

 

I’m 27, and my mom and I grew up very close. It was often just me and her. I’ve supported myself since graduating college, and she now lives about 25 miles away. In the past few years, she has started escalating simple questions into situations she can control. For example, once I asked if she had any jumper cables she could lend me to jump my partner’s car battery. She told me she was calling a tow truck to take his car to a mechanic. She assumed the car would be unsalvageable, so she was also booking a rental.

Another time, I asked her for the title of a book she’d mentioned a while ago, and she said she was ordering a copy of it to my house. Whenever she does this, I try to calmly tell her to stop, since that’s not what I asked her for, and (in some cases, like the car) not her place. She usually doesn’t listen. Then I get flustered and end up repeating myself with less eloquence and more distress. Then she ends up crying, saying that she knows more than me, that I’m being unreasonable, and it’s “mean” to reject her help. When things cool down, I apologize, try to explain why I rejected her plans or “favors,” and ask her to please take things I ask for or about at face value. Then she just says that I’m wrong and insists on further apology and empathy for her. I don’t know how to stop this beyond never asking her for anything, even the title of a book, ever again. How do I break this pattern?

My Mom Demands an Apology Every Time I Ask Her a Simple Question

Tags: Advice, Mental Health, Misconduct, Parenting, Protections, Psychology, Punishment, Relationships, Threat, Training, Treatment

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09-May-2021


Boys being groomed online to hate women, British author warns 

 

Young men and boys are being radicalised into hating women, the British author behind the Everyday Sexism Project has warned, saying online groups are targeting boys as young as 11.

Over the last couple of years, she said, she noticed a major increase in school-age British boys expressing ideas and using language she had seen on radical online hate groups.

“They were parroting verbatim the same myths and misconceptions in schools across the country,” Bates, whose new book, “Men who Hate Women”, was published on Thursday, told the Thomson Reuters Foundation in an interview.

Some mass killings by young men in recent years have been linked to anger against women, something some analysts say is being fuelled by social media.

Boys being groomed online to hate women, British author warns

Tags: Boys, Hate, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Psychology, Revenge, Training, Unruly Child, Women

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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


NY lawmaker wants sex ed for kindergartners 

 

Get ready for the latest woke wave in education: comprehensive sex ed for kids as young as 5 — thanks to a new bill in the state Senate.

Legislation sponsored by state Sen. Samra G. Brouk, a freshman Democrat from Rochester, would tie New York’s health curriculum to standards written by a left-wing interest group that advocates “Sex Ed for Social Change” — and would make those lessons mandatory statewide.

NY lawmaker wants sex ed for kindergartners

Tags: Children, Choices, Enforcement, Policy, Psychology, Sex, Training, Women In Charge

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08-Mar-2021


There’s a Better Way to Parent: Less Yelling, Less Praise 

 

NPR journalist Michaeleen Doucleff suggests that parents consider throwing out most of the toys they’ve bought for their kids. It’s an extreme piece of advice, but the way Doucleff frames it, it seems entirely sensible: “Kids spent two hundred thousand years without these items,” she writes.

American child-rearing strategy comes away looking at best bizarre and at worst counterproductive. “Our culture often has things backward when it comes to kids,” she writes.

Doucleff arrives at this conclusion while traveling, with her then-3-year-old daughter. During her outings, she witnesses well-adjusted, drama-free kids share generously with their siblings and do chores without being asked.

There’s a Better Way to Parent: Less Yelling, Less Praise

Tags: Advice, Americans, Awareness, Children, Choices, Parenting, Profiling, Training, Treatment, Unruly Child, World, Writing

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04-Mar-2021


Headteacher apologises after school exposes kids to homophobic booklet claiming sexuality can be ‘overcome’ 

 

The Notre-Dame de Kerbertrand high school in Quimperlé, France, has been accused of making How to Be Successful in your Love and Sexual Life by Father Jean-Benoit Casterman available to students.

The booklet, written in French and first published in 2006, propagates deeply harmful and outdated ideas about LGBT+ identities.

It claims: “Homosexuality is often the result of emotional development marked by an excessive influence of the mother during childhood or as a result of sexual child abuse by adults that induced an attraction to the same sex or a fear of the opposite sex,” according to LGBTQ Nation.

“Homosexual tendencies are therefore not wanted and do not make a person happy. That’s why homosexual people deserve our sympathy.”

Headteacher apologises after school exposes kids to homophobic booklet claiming sexuality can be ‘overcome’

Tags: Activism, Education, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Politics, Training, Women In Charge

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09-Dec-2020


Why it will take a village to save our sons

 

And as a parent myself, right now it feels like we're forming future adults in an environment where there's more distraction and disconnection than ever in human history.
From the cultural turbulence caused by uncertainty and polarization, to the endless social media and entertainment options, there's a long list of diversions competing for our kids' attention -- making it that much harder to connect with teens in ways that foster their healthy development as they move into young adulthood.

Research has shown this can be particularly challenging if those teens are male. Boys have been found to have higher high school dropout rates than girls, as well as higher suicide rates. They're struggling with technology, too: A 2007 survey found that young men are two to three times more likely than girls to feel addicted to video games.

In my work with families as a stress management and communication specialist, I've found that some young men have put so much attention on their digital devices that they've stopped connecting with their natural drive to become more responsible for their own well-being as a result.

In the summer of 1999, I heard about a wilderness adventure camp for young men in Vancouver, British Columbia. The leader of this event, Brad Leslie, invited me to serve as a volunteer while my son attended the camp as a participant. I needed the help of a village of men, he told me, to raise my son.

Why it will take a village to save our sons

I empathize with the concern but the solution is more Boy Scouts? 30-Nov-2020

Tags: Effect, Emasculation, Environmentalist, Etiquette, Lifestyle, Men, Mental Health, Minority, Parental Burden, Parental Laziness, Relationships, Training, Women In Charge

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30-Nov-2020


Teaching Kids Respect – How To Raise Respectful Children / Dad University 

 

Remember, if you want to be respected, you have to show respect.

Teaching Kids Respect – How To Raise Respectful Children / Dad University

Tags: Advice, Children, Choices, Daddy Squish, Etiquette, Evolution, Future, History, Instructional, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Parenting, Performance, Survival, Training, Video, Youth

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28-Nov-2020




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