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10 Things Everyone Should Know About Poppers

10 Things Everyone Should Know About Poppers

If you are a queer person, sex can be pretty frightening because we aren’t taught about safe sexual practices during sex ed in school. Sex ed should be available in all schools and should be more inclusive in teaching the younger generation about safe practices.  Ah, poppers! Some of you use it from time to time for fun, some of you are addicted to it, and some of you can’t fuck without it. So, what is this liquid with a…

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Teaching Kids About Sexuality And Gender Identity In 2022

Teaching Kids About Sexuality And Gender Identity In 2022

Sexuality is an integral part of our adult lives, but we are often uncomfortable talking about it with our young children. The vast majority of parents know that sex education is essential, but they don’t always know how to answer their children’s famous questions… Is there a specific way to go about it? How should we react when our children ask us questions? Should we anticipate the questions or let them come? So, without further ado, let’s dive into this…

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Top 5 Best Tips For Studying

Top 5 Best Tips For Studying

Let’s be honest; studying isn’t always rainbows and sunshine. I recently graduated from college, and let me tell you, it is one of the best and worst times of your life. Studying was the worst part of college for me, but it was something that I had to do to get through it. I didn’t spend my whole college journey stuck in the library, I had my fair share of fun there, and I always believe in the saying, work…

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Hinduism’s View on Gender and Sexuality (Part 1)

Hinduism’s View on Gender and Sexuality (Part 1)

Homosexuality and queerness are not ‘western creations’ and have been detailed in our holy scriptures for millennia. What is a western import is bigotry and hatred; homophobia has been brought to India alongside colonialism. Who could have thought that colonialism would have a lasting impact on all the countries it occupied. Well, color me surprised but not me; the root of most problems today is colonialism, and not enough of us want to speak about this. If I heard anyone…

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Things That Should Teach In School But Don’t (PART 1)

Things That Should Teach In School But Don’t (PART 1)

‘School’ – very complex yet well-install institutions meant to teach individuals, helping them have a job and succeed in life. I found that school is too focused on memorization; as a child, I learned my notes by heart and then went through exams, passed a test, and then forgot about everything. For most people in society, knowledge is referred to as a piece of paper, a.k.a certifications, but they don’t have real-life knowledge. This article will go over what I…

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Top 10 Reasons To Read More Books

Top 10 Reasons To Read More Books

Okay, I don’t want to be the one, but I read for fun, and I can finish a book in a day. So, you would be correct to say that I’ve read my fair share of books in my time. I also did an English degree and currently working on a master’s in linguistics, so trust me when I tell you I know what I am talking about. I’m a big advocate for reading, and I want more and more…

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Top 4 Ways Social Media Can Affect Our Mental Health

Top 4 Ways Social Media Can Affect Our Mental Health

Our mental health is something that we need to take care of and now more than ever this is the case. If you are an older Gen Z like me, then you grew up with social media and the internet. Our lives are intertwined with our phones and how much time we spend on them. Social media have become a big part of all our lives, and it impacts how we interact with others and is also a way for…

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Top 10 Gen Z Slang That You Ought To Know

Top 10 Gen Z Slang That You Ought To Know

Language changes and evolve over time, and each generation have their own lingo that separates them from adults. According to linguistics like Bucholtz and Preece, the formation and creation of slang is part of youth culture, and it is a way for them to demarcate themselves from mainstream society. Language for them thus acts as the formation of any anti-society. In layperson’s terms or for people who don’t have a master’s in linguistics, it means that each new generation of…

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The Pros and Cons of Homeschooling

The Pros and Cons of Homeschooling

With the popularity of homeschooling growing yearly, you may be considering this educational option for yourself. The reasons that people homeschool are as unique as the people making the decisions, but some of the common things that drive families to the decision include: Bullying A child’s educational needs not being met within their current school A desire to instill a specific worldview To provide the flexibility for a child to pursue his/her passion Concerns over school safety This can be…

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The Benefits and Importance Of The Education In Prison

The Benefits and Importance Of The Education In Prison

Education is the key to opening new and otherwise unreachable doors for most people. This is why everyone should have access to it and why I believe that education in the prison system is a great way to develop the inmates’ skills and teach them skills that they can use in the outside world. The goal of prison shouldn’t be to detain people for the rest of their life, but rather they should educate these people, make them learn from…

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