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    deviant, and a risk to those around them more than those around them are a risk to them- blaming the victim. The idea that LGBTQ members are deviant is a consciousness forced upon them, and an important concept to explore if an understanding of the whole situation can be reached. Similarly, a personal narrative was provided by a youth in Arizona, and within the narrative the girl explained that she attended a school where there was a zero-tolerance policy towards hand holding. She and her girlfriend were holding hands in the hall, right along with a great deal of other couples who happened to be heterosexual, but she and her partner were instantly singled out and expelled by school administration. This put the girl in question in a great deal of danger, danger of being outed to her parents, and danger of becoming homeless and sacrificing an education if they reacted badly. More importantly, however, is the administration 's narrative. What were they thinking, and why did they react so strictly towards two girls holding hands? Explaining the socialization behind administrators and facilitators that is behind their reactions and criminalizing treatment of LGBTQ youth would provide a better explanation as to why the numbers of LGBTQ youth accused of deviant behavior is so disproportionate. Yes, the article addresses that there is stigma and prejudice towards these youth, but how did it come about? What double-consciousness is being pressed upon these youth that makes them…

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    Be My Escape Poem Analysis

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    Jesus, serving as a weapon that he has to save himself with. We can compare how bullets are weapons, to how the speaker sees Jesus as his weapon to save himself. This metaphor also shows us how the speaker views Jesus, as someone to save others from the world. It could be argued that this song is not about religion, but could be about getting out of an unwanted relationship. Lines 6, 7, 8, and 9, talk about the metaphor of being locked inside the house. Instead of line 6 meaning the doubt and…

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    Is the use of a hand worth the loss of a life? In the poem “Out, Out--” by Robert Frost the speaker tells of a boy who uses a saw to cut stove length sticks of wood for a living. The boy ran his hand into a saw and instead of taking precautions to save his life he demanded that his hand be saved. As a result of these demands the boy not only loses his hand but also dies. Frost uses key imagery, foreshadowing, diction, and irony, to show that in certain circumstances holding onto something can…

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    down the road towards the fairgrounds. The traffic was backed up for at least two miles and my brother and I were restless. At just 9 and 12 we had visions of hot dogs and funnel cakes swimming through our minds, making us ask consistently when we will be there. At almost nine o’clock we finally pull up onto the makeshift dirt driveway heading into the massive parking lot, which was really only a field. A man looking to be at least twenty years old, dressed in a fluorescent yellow vest…

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    Mallet Finger Injury

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    Mallet finger is when the farthest joint in a individuals finger has dropped down. The finger can usually be put into a straightened position if it is maneuvered by another person or by another hand (Cooper & Elsevier, 2007). Mallet finger will affect a client’s eating pattern because it would be hard for them to grasp the spoon. With this condition, the client will not be able to fully wrap their finger around an eating utensil or another object in general. Individuals may encounter Mallet…

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    Child Observation Examples

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    Towards the left of the yard is a picnic area where many kids sat with one of the teachers. The outside area is an enjoyable space to be especially because there’s so many things for the children to do. Analysis: While observing Amia, I was able to pick up on how she was developing. From what I saw and how she acted when she was with friends and alone, she showed signs of a normal development. The first thing that stood out to me was her coordination with her left and right hand. Although she…

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    Toy Play Case Study

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    infant demonstrated the most amount of asymmetry in terms of movement, while playing with the electronic keyboard. Because of the higher demand of fine motor control and the use of advance skill level the infant was predominantly using the right hand. Using the domain hand, the infant clicked the buttons on the keyboard to make…

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    Why Not!” Mrs. Harris inquired, placing her hands on her knees and doing the awkward adult half squat in an attempt to look me more directly in the eyes. “I don’t have any friends in there.” I raised my hand in a feeble point towards the door, my finger reminiscent of the Park/Mudd Pirate hook. “Well we can fix that.” Mrs. Harris turned towards the classroom and yelled something I assumed she told the class about my problem. My mind whirred trying to figure out why she would do something like…

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    Gabrielle groaned in protest as Tom teased her about being a whore. She wanted to stop, to just scream and make this all end, but his threat to her let her know he expected her to do everything he said. With a whimper, her grip around his and John's cocks tightened, trying to stroke them with a little bit more force as she was being face fucked. Though whatever form of coordination she had was fading as Eric fucked her throat like none of the other guys had done before. He pounded it down her…

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    Common Hand Disorder

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    and disorder of the Hand The Hand is used for just about everything in daily life. Everything from holding a pencil to driving requires the use of the carpals and metacarpals. Therefore it is understandable that injury to this area is very common. Breaks and diseases are prominent in this region. There are many different types of fractures that can happen as well as multiple diseases. When diagnosing fractures of the hand, the types of fractures must be known. There are seven type of…

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