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(88 People Likes) What does it mean if a kid likes letters (a-z) very much? What should a teacher or parent do to develop his/her interest?
to do with sounds? Are the children being shown how to write their names, maybe so that they can sign the drawings that Mom and Dad might see on parents’ night? My youngest child was for a short time really excited about the letter that starts her name and kept noticing words that began with the same sound. Many children go through a rather wonderful stage in second grade or a little earlier when they begin to sort out the difference between words and the things words stand for. They think TIME FLIES; FRUIT FLIES LIKE A BANANA is really funny. It’s a stage that doesn’t last very long, and it would be easy as a parent to try too hard. Just let it happen. I visited a kindergarten classroom where the children were all excited about inflatable dolls, each representing a letter of the alphabet. They loved them so much and hugged them so hard that the teacher had to take them home on weekends and patch them up. In another kindergarten in a district where most children had been to preschool, the attempt to personalize the letters was old news. The children just wanted to “read” the teacher’s splendid collection of books. T
(68 People Likes) What should I do? My GF told me she won’t change her name after we get married (she’s keeping her name out of respect for her dad). How do I force her to stop? She said she already made decision. Our future kids will have her maiden name if we marry.
fects you and your life in no way at all. Sorry (not sorry) but whether any woman changes her surname or not is nobody’s business. But you ask “what can I do?” So I’ll tell you. You can respect her decision. She wants to show her love for her heritage and her father by carrying on with the name she was born with, good for her. Professionally I can assume she’s built a positive reputation around the recognition of her name, double good for her. But the fact is, she doesn’t need a reason. It’s her name, he 8 my sweet love mini baby doll identity, her choice. You can stop reading there if you like, but I’ll give reasons as to why I feel so strongly about this. My parents gave me a bicultural name to represent my bicultural background. From a very young age my name made me stand out from my peers. Role calls in school, the fact that my name doesn’t fit on most standard forms, and the multiple hyphens seem to confuse a lot of people. It actually became such an issue with people not being able to pronounce the “ethnic” parts of my name that by the time I was in high school, my mother shortened my name to only the Western sounding parts. I was fine with this for a while. Anyone who knew me well enough knew I was biracial anyway, and it wasn’t an offical change. My passport and licence still had the long version. So, when I moved to a rural (and significantly more White) town and started working, my full name became my everyday common name again, ethnic and all. The people asking me where I came from and apparently not being able to pronounce my surname became commonplace again. As an adult, rather than a child just trying to fit in at school, I began to completely embrace my name and my cultural heritage. I fought to love myself and be cleverer than those who wanted “other” me as a biracial person. I reminded people that my name was written using the English alphabet; if they couldn’t pronounce it, perhaps they needed to work on their literacy. My name was made fun of, both in overtly and covertly racist ways. And I made a point to use it everywhere. Emails were signed off using my full name, I corrected anyone who didn’t say it properly, I insisted work meeting minutes had my entire surname recorded, I treated them like idiots if they didn’t make the effort to use my name with respect. “Gary, I have told you how to pronounce my name properly. Would you like me to sound it out for you again?” The man who I’m going to spend the rest of my life with must understand, and support, why I fight for the pride of my surname. And as fate would have it, I have met my soulmate who not only wants me to keep my family name, but who will also take it as his own when we get married. That’s a real man right there. EDIT: For context the layou
(21 People Likes) Do blow up sex dolls promote misogyny?
r may contain sensitive images. Click on an image to unblur it. This no more promotes misogyny… Than kicking the shit out of this guy, promotes violence and coulropho
(48 People Likes) Why didn't the creators of the Annabelle movie use a doll that looks exactly like the real one?
g to go out on a limb here - and suggest that they chose a alternate doll style because the movie makers were too scared to take a chance on something that wasn’t considered (by them/studio etc) to be a “sure thing.” It wasn’t obviously menacing enough so they just said - let’s just make it more like Chucky or something more “horror movie dollish.” They used some conventionally ‘scary’ looking doll that’s all dirty and disproportioned and has a frozen creepy smile. Or - just took a action figure from the exorcist and used that. Maybe it’s as simple as plush doll heads can’t ‘spin.’ If only we could see a shot-by-shot comparison of the whole movie… I’d bet that the original doll would have been much scarier. Realistic Sex Doll r> BUT… then - Ivy walks over and says - “No… it’s probably copyright issues… - it’s an original Raggedy Ann doll.” “This 1970’s
(97 People Likes) How good is a sex doll?
also has one hundred or more acres , making the population in my area small . Anyways , since the women around here are married or taken , I have no one else to have a relationship with . Feeling rather lonely , I purchased myself a high end silicone sex doll that fulfills my desires and needs . Since I’m now being satisfied with my high end sex doll , I feel I don’t need to go out and search for a date , I can just stay home in ho