• Care for Girl Child
    weak in showing love, women are generally weak physically.Women are strong in showing love, sacrifice and compassion. Usually if we ask a child, “Who do you like, the one who corrects with love or the one who corrects with beating,” the child without any doubt would say of the one who corrects with...
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  • Practice of Female Infanticide Across the World
    . Whereas villages like Usilampatti had no such facilities. And in such as village Usilampatti one can see the conceived mother praying to God: “I don’t want a female baby; please bless me with a male child”. In 20 years back some mothers of female babies christening their babies as pothum ponnu...
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  • Essay
    * by maybe Member since: 13 September 2009 Total points: 411 (Level 2) * Add Contact * Block No. Indian families love to have male or female. But they want at least one male child to takeover the family difficulties when fate strikes, to take care of father and mother in...
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  • Sex Selective Abortion
    in the 0-6 age group in India went from 104.0 males per 100 females in 1981, to 105.8 in 1991, to 107.8 in 2001, to 109.4 in 2011. The ratio is significantly higher in certain states such as Punjab and Haryana (126.1 and 122.0, as of 2001).[17] The use of ultrasound and abortion for sex selection has...
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  • Girl Child Education
    India Glass : School bus for the Girl Child Through this programme AIS is running school buses for village girls to go to the nearby schools from their villages and continue their studies. This programme is more relevant in a state like Haryana where there is an alarming male-female ratio. DCM...
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  • India's Missing Women
    causing the deterioration observed in child sex ratio. One of the main points of increasing proportion of males in Indian population coincides with the wide variations in sex ratio within the country, and sometimes within regions. Another factor observed consists of the socio-cultural composition...
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  • Khap Panchayats in India
    reason for the skewed sex ratio in Haryana. The census-2011 pegs the sex ratio at 877 females per 1000 males and the child sex ratio (0-6 years) at 830 females per 1000 males for Haryana which is among the lowest in India. The contribution of the Khap panchayats in driving it to such a low cannot be...
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  • Same Sex Parents
    securing the best possible home for a child" (Facts on File 894). Some might argue that the child would be lacking the father in a lesbian couple and a mother in a gay couple. Sure, little Joey might not have a male role-model around the house, but all the kids raised by single mothers seem to be okay...
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  • Kkkoo Ooo
    No Persons India* 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Delhi Goa Gujarat Haryana Males 1028610328 532156772 496453556 76210007 1097968 26655528 82998509 20833803 13850507 1347668 50671017 21144564 6077900 10143700 26945829 52850562 31841374...
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  • Abnormal Psychology
    distance connection between brain regions that normally become stronger as child grows up) Abnormal small volume of white matter. More Information about ADHD: *Estimated 3-5% of children are affected most common in children. *Three times more common among boys than girls *60% of child patients...
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  • Lgbt
    sexual feelings toward men and women. Many people engage in sexual activity with people of both genders, yet do not call themselves bisexual. Transgender is an umbrella term used to describe people whose gender identity (internal feeling of being male, female or transgender) and or gender expression...
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  • human rights
    young people in India have been done to death every year owing to 'Honour Killings' linked to forced marriages and the country needs to introduce stringent legislation to deal firmly with the heinous crime, two legal experts have claimed. Participating in International Child Abduction, Relocation...
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  • Critically Appraise and Discuss the Issue of What Is “Normal” and “Abnormal” Sexual Behaviour.
    ) When homosexual men wrote about their love for other men the most loved boys were usually age 10-14 years (Faraone,1999. Flaceliere,1962. Garrison,2000. Halperin, Winkler & Zeitlin 1990). Masturbation, although privately accepted by most as not being abnormal today has also been vilified in...
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  • Ssss
    as a bargaining tool • Domination – Wife wants the husband to abandon his parents and siblings, and have total control over his finances and social behavior • Custody - Deny the father and his family access to their child(ren). • Fraudulent Marriages - in which the bride (and her -4- “For...
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  • Essay
    determine the sex of a foetus are amniocentesis, Chronic Villi Biopsy (CVB) and ultrasonography. Amniocentesis is meant to be used in high-risk pregnancies, in women over 35 years. Amniocentesis is advised in the following cases: when the pregnant woman has a history of one abnormal child - mentally or...
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  • Same Sex Marriage
    humans, we deserve the same equality in every aspects of life. We do not have a right to deny a person to get married another person they love just because it is unnatural and abnormal. As a Catholic person, I agree that God creates us, men and women, to be together and support each other; even the...
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  • women empowerment
    of child brides in India. The author points out that the male-chauvinist traditions of patriarchal societies still hold sway over the minds of the judges in courts. Bhadra Mita, Girl Child in Indian Society , Rawat Publications,1999 This volume aims at analysing the situation under which Indian...
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  • History
    portray human’s perspectives of sexuality throughout time. Only before the rise of agriculture there were groups of hunters/gathers or nomads inhabiting the world, within this group’s male dominance existed, but there were also signs that women were active participants in abnormal sexuality behavior...
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  • Case Study-Abnormal Behavior
    , 1993). Behavioral Components The behavior of a sociopath is that which violates the rights of others. Jeffrey Dahmer violated several rights of those that were his victims. Dahmer was abusive, violent, cruel to animals (as a child), and he could not feel love. Dahmer was also a liar. He...
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  • Sociology of Sex
    . HPV, or human papillomavirus, usually appears around the urethral opening or shaft of the penis or on the scrotum of the male, on the vulva or cervix of the female, and/or on the anus. They are not painful. In everyday language, we call this virus: Genital Warts 5. A woman's chances of contracting...
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