Monthly Archives: February 2014

Yes, I feel In Love- But Its Not What You Think

Yes, I feel In Love- But Its Not What You Think

I usually eschew topics focused on sex, men, women and their “instruments.” Communicating with my friends of different sexes, I’ve realized that men and women are no longer falling in love with the person because of who they are and what they stand for. They’re falling in love with their partners baby making tools instead. A man can make a woman very obsequious ( and vice verse) if he puts ‘it’ down- the right way of course. Women cut of their friends, men will flaunt, flash and spend all of their money on these women, and it isn’t because they’re in love with one another, but because the person knows how to work what the Lord blessed him or her with.
As you’ve seen me say before sex is popular and it gets people going- literally. It’s not like it’s a esoteric topic, all adults and most kids knows what it is, but not everyone allows themselves to fall in love with it. Women and Men alike, probably go through a whole slew of people before they find what they’re looking for. Falling in love with penises and vagina’s is easy to avoid. Don’t have sex with them until after you know them. If you have sex first and get to know them later you’ll be in a mess of trouble- all kind of secrets and skeletons are probably overflowing their closet. Just think, how amazing would it be if people fell in love, not in sex? Think about it.

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“Lets Talk About Sex Baby”

Sex, sexo, sexe, cekc- no matter what country or language you say it in sex still means one thing. Sex is a sexually motivated phenomena or behavior. These days people take advantage of their vaginas and penises and use sex as a game instead of a way to show their love and affection for one another. There are so many things that reference sex in todays society, everything from movies, to music to games and even commercials.

Media portrays sex as something fun and exciting. When it seen in music videos done by celebrities and sexy backup dancers it wheels kids in. When it’s seen on shows such as Secret Life of a American Teenager, it wheels teenagers in. They see these adults portraying teenagers living young, wild and free and they want glimpse of that life- until they learn that everything that glitters isn’t gold and TV glitters up everything. Most of these characters that were featured in this series had sex drives that were intractable.

Dancing is one of the most provocative actions that leads to sex-juking, twerking, grinding, bumping- all these involves the thrusting of body parts against one another. The issue with our society is everyone is so against teen pregnancy, yet they promote it any and every time they can. Celebrities want to tell teens to do the right thing- go to college, get a education, sex can wait, yet in their music, videos and performances everything they preach to kids goes out the window.

Kids in middle school are even have sex now, the fact that 5th graders are mixed with 8th graders introduces kids to sex earlier than they usually would be introduced to the topic. The bad thing about sex is that’ll it will alway be around effecting on your youth and making it tempting for them to test the waters.

Sex sales and with all devices and social networks kids has access to makes it difficult to monitor their every move. Trying to keep them away from these things is like trying to stick to diet- it’s easier said than done.

SBCSC: Why Are We Failing?

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Being a substitute teacher, I interact with hundreds of kids a week. I work at schools like Navarre Intermediate Center, Harrison Primary Center and Riley High School. In each of these schools I always noticed different things about each of these students. I’ve subbed for a teacher at Harrison on three or four different occasions, there is the cutest child in the class who we’ll call Amber- she’s 6-years old and repeating Kindergarten for the second time and it’s not because she doesn’t have the skills and knowledge to move on, but because she only learns at school. Her mother doesn’t work with her at home and Amber told me how she can never do homework because her mother always throws her books and homework and her library books in the trash. This girl head was infested with lice and her appearance was always unkempt. Amber was always shy and quiet each time I was her teacher and seen her in the hall.

When I first began working for SBCSC I was a paraprofessional. I worked at Brown and Riley with children who either had a learning disability or who were diagnosed MR. While at Riley, I learned that the kids weren’t being pushed to their  full capabilities. They were doing second grade level work, the teachers didn’t seem to care about them and they weren’t treated equally. Even while at specials the students spent each day walking around the track, they didn’t do anything else just walk; sometimes they would stop to watch the kids downstairs play basketball, volleyball, kickball, redrover or whatever activity the teacher had planned for the day. Even then when they stopped they were yelled at.

I didn’t do paraprofessional for long, I soon became a substitute and worked with the students who the schools considered “normal.” Even then, I noticed issues with both the way schools were ran and how the teachers methods were failing. There are teachers who give students tons of work to, but don’t always explain how each assignment should be completed. So when I’d go in a classroom I’d have to refresh memory to understand what they were doing in order to help them. Even then It’d sometimes take me one class period to get through the  reading so I can explain to the students the assignment in simpler terms meaning my first period students grades would suffer because of lack of understanding.

Then there are teachers who give their students more busy work then brain work. Students will do coloring activities, crosswords, word searches, etc all day instead of things that can actually challenge their mental.

South Bend Community School Corporation was given a overall grade of D. Although I primarily work only at Riley, Navarre and Harrison, prior to remaining at these schools I’ve worked at all of the others at least once, sometime even more. I’ve seen how each school operate and the challenges they give the kids, so I wasn’t surprised to see that our school corporation is failing. Besides the traditionals (Tarkington, Hamilton, LaSalle and Kennedy) who all received A’s, (Tarkington B+) every other school in South Bend received grades of D’s.

Teachers, Principals and other school officials try to blame the students and their parents for these issues. The fact is the problem is deeper than parents not wanting to helping their child, because if that was so every school in South Bend wouldn’t be failing as whole. The issue is also due to the teachers not giving their all to students, a child can tell when a teacher doesn’t like them and gets frustrated with them. This causes children to get frustrated in return and maybe even feeling embarrassed  to speak up in class or ask a question. Some teachers inadvertently makes children feel this way some don’t.

Parents and school officials alike need to hearken, when it comes to students. Focus on what they need help on and help them. If their issues with school aren’t solved, it may impair them and their future.

SBCSC is inchoate and they can’t seem to do what it takes control their students and teach them. Our school system is in jeopardy and we all must take a stand and do something to improve our school system as a whole and each student grade individually. Some students are categorized as intractable, but they’re innocuous. This is not just one person fault, it’s everyone who’s involved with the schools and not doing as they should fault. To see what each school received and a closer look at the school system follow the link below.

http://k12.niche.com/d/south-bend-community-school-corporation-in/

 

WBQ: Life

Life is hard and there’s no doubt it can be stressful and complicated at times. People are fighting illness, homelessness, rape, abuse and this is just some of the more complicated things faced on a everyday basis for these individuals. Then we have families fighting to stay to together, men and women struggling to get not a job but a career. These are the minimum amount issues people have to face.  Through each day you struggle, each fight you fight, or anything else you may go through, you must remember never give up on what you want you believe in. It’s easier to call it quits when life doesn’t go your way and you don’t get what you want than it is to continue to work hard for something that may or may not pay off in the end. It’s important to never give and work for what you want, make your dreams  reality and don’t let anyone hinder you.

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