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The U.S. Signals the Herald of a New Dawn

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When a white supremacist guns down churchgoers and is seen brandishing the Confederate flag in a photograph taken prior to the murders, this reminds us of the need to respect those who are opposed to its existence and why. Adolf Hitler’s anti-Semitic symbol of hate, the Swastika, of course harks back to Jewish persecution, when all human rights of Jewish …

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Accusations of Sexism: And the many who would Gladly Trade Places!

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23-year-old Poppy Smart of Worcester UK, grew so tired of being the recipient of wolf-whistling builders as she made her way to work each day that she saw no option but to report this to the police. Describing their behaviour as disrespectful and sexist she simply refused to tolerate it any longer. Taking action the police went to speak with …

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Will we Never Stamp out Racism?

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The scene recently in Paris where a black man was prevented from boarding a train on the Paris Metro by a number of Chelsea football supporters, was proof that despite being 2015, very little has changed. A bystander at Richelieu-Drouot station recorded the event on his mobile phone, capturing the moment the rowdy supporters pushed the man named as Souleymane …

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Great Britain? Welcome to Egocentric UK

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Anne Leitrim’s mummified remains were recently found at her home in Bournemouth, Dorset. The 58-year-old former neonatal nurse had been laid beside her bed for 7 years. Neighbours said they believed she had moved away, this despite her windows being left open. She was only found after bailiffs had arrived at her property to recover mortgage payments that were in …

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Robbed of Womanhood: The Silent Pain of Childlessness

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Childlessness, or the inability to conceive, is an often unappreciated source of pain among much of the general public. A study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found the number of women aged 15-44 with impaired fecund city (impaired ability to get pregnant or carry a baby to term) was 6.7 million in America, which equates to …

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Sabotage of the Parent/Child Bond when a Relationship Breaks Down

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When a relationship breaks down and there are children involved, a common theme we hear is of children being used to get back at the other parent. The vast majority of the recipients of this hostility are biological fathers, and the evidence supports this, therefore, this article will focus on them, but the following could conceivably apply to either parent …

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The Truth Behind the UK Immigration Debate

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For many years in the UK political parties, the media, and the general public have debated the issue of immigration. Arriving at a general consensus that this is not in fact racism, and is actually about demands on public services, and those who seek to take advantage of our accommodating welfare services. Prime Minister David Cameron has faced continued opposition …

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Can a relationship survive when two people are sexually incompatible, and how important is it in maintaining a successful marriage?

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Sexual compatibility is an often overlooked area of consideration in a relationship, but if you consider its potential to make or break a relationship, you would think it would rank higher on the agenda before we enter into marriage and life long monogamy. An obvious example would be if one person, with a particularly high sex drive, would like sex …