Thursday, 30 March 2017

Should homosexuality be legalized in every country?

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What is homosexuality?

 Homosexuality is romantic attraction, sexual attraction or sexual behavior between members of the same sex or gender. Scientists do not know the exact cause of sexual orientation, but they believe that it is caused by a complex interplay of genetichormonal, and environmental influences

The country that legalized homosexuality!

Views of homosexuality are most positive in Europe, especially Spain (88 percent there say it should be accepted by society), Germany (87 percent), and Czech Republic (80 percent). For the U.S., the number was 60 percent. Same-sex marriage is already legal in nine European nations, and France.

Should homosexuality be legalized in every country?

Because in the modern generation society must open minded to accept the homosexuality.  although homosexuality is different with heterosexuality but the meaning is same.  The most important thing in one relationship is the feeling and their love.

Love is an emotion from our brain, and people take the action and the final get a relationship with each other.  Homosexuality is two people who are the same sex and they fall in love with each other, and a way they present out their different love.

 Homosexuality is no a crime case, that only a relationship between two people.  Why cannot to be legal?
Nowadays, most people say homosexuality should be accepted by society.  If that country society homosexuality accepted why the government unaccepted?

Following the research among younger people in particular, there is broad support for societal acceptance of homosexuality. More than six-in-ten (63%) of those younger than 50 – 69% of those younger than 30 – say that homosexuality should be accepted. Far fewer of those 50 and older (52%) favor societal acceptance of homosexuality.

These are among the findings from the latest Pew Research Center political typology survey, released May 4, 2011. The survey, conducted in February and March of this year, showed that opposition to gay marriage has continued to decline. Currently, 45% favor allowing gays and lesbians to marry legally while 46% are opposed. Two years ago, in April 2009, 35% supported same-sex marriage while 54% were opposed. Opposition to gay marriage has fallen by 19 points (from 65%) since 1996. (For more on changing public views of same-sex marriage, see Pew Research Center reports March 3, 2011 and Oct. 6, 2010.)


Homosexuality in US president who supports gay marriage, and now a pope who, if not exactly signing up to equality for all, is at least starting to talk in language less inflammatory than his predecessor (Saner, 2013). Actually, the homosexuality in asia is feeling this is not legalized but more of the country like United State is acceptable because this is no harmful but maybe cannot get next generation because girl and girl, boy and boy. The technological at United State is high so no need worry about get baby. Sometimes, girl and girl is good because is more understand between each other compare boy and girl.

An act of defiance in front of a demonstration against gay marriage in Marseille, France, in 2012. Photograph: Gerard Julien/AFP/Getty Images.

- No.

Because ...
Every country has it own culture that has been over century. Homosexuality is happened since 21st century. There are pros and cons in legalized homosexuality in the country. The cons are:

  • Birds do it, bees do it, even educated fleas do it....there is a good body of evidence to say that animals other than humans form same sex relationships (the meaning of that term in context depends on the animal referenced but runs the gamut from sexual congress to life partnership). Good luck locking them all up but bonus! Back to the good old days of putting non-human animals on trial, always a crowd pleaser in between stonings.  

Whereas the pros are:

  • I can hardly believe this needs to be stated but - as others have commented - you will be discriminating against an entire swathe of humanity for no other reason than who they are attracted to or who they fall in love with. I mean for the love of God, is that the sort of barrel we are scraping now? Discriminate against us red-heads first - at least you have some historical reason to do so (sorry for being cannibals by the way - just throwing that in there) but on the grounds of who someone is attracted to? That is just.....pathetic, it really is.

LGBT rights have come a long way in recent years. In 2015, the US Supreme Court ruled same-sex marriage bans are unconstitutional and the Republic of Ireland became the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage by popular vote following a country-wide referendum. 

However, while stigma against LGBT communities is certainly lessening in some countries, many states continue to criminalize same-sex sexual contact under the threat of imprisonment or even death.
New research published by the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA) serves as a stark reminder of just how widespread such criminalisation can be. In a total of 74 countries, same-sex sexual contact is a criminal offense. (Fenton, 2016)
Therefore, I think the homosexuality are defeated the state’s purpose of benefiting the marriage. One of the main reasons why the State bestows numerous benefits on marriage is that by its very nature and design, marriage provides the normal conditions for a stable, affectionate, and moral atmosphere that is beneficial to the upbringing of children—all fruit of the mutual affection of the parents. This aids in perpetuating the nation and strengthening society, an evident interest of the State.
Homosexual “marriage” does not provide such conditions. Its primary purpose, objectively speaking, is the personal gratification of two individuals whose union is sterile by nature. It is not entitled, therefore, to the protection the State extends to true marriage.  (TFP Student Action, 2015)


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4.  Saner, E. (2013). Gay rights around the world: the best and worst countries for equality. [Online]. Available from:  [Accessed on 31 March 2017].

5. TFP Student Action. (2015). 10 Reasons Why Homosexual “Marriage” is Harmful and Must be Opposed. [Online]. Available from: [Accessed on 31 March 2017].

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Postpartum depression

Postpartum depression symptoms

What Is Postpartum Depression?

As a new mom, you face a lot of challenges getting used to life with a newborn. You’re also probably dealing with lack of sleep, new responsibilities about the newborn.
PPD can present itself in many different ways. Not all moms experience every symptom associated with the disorder, and a mother who was diagnosed with PPD after a previous birth may experience completely different symptoms after a subsequent birth – or no symptoms at all. These are some of the symptoms moms with PPD may experience.

It’s the type of depression you may get after you have a baby. It can start anytime during your baby’s first year, but it’s most common for you to start to feel its effects during the first 3 weeks after birth.
If you have it, you might feel sad, hopeless, and guilty because you may not feel like you want to bond with, or care for, your baby. (WebMD, 2017).
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Irritation, Anger, or Rage
When a baby cries, women with PPD often feel more irritated than moms without PPD. They can get angry at the baby when it's time to change another diaper or feel unadulterated rage when the baby won't go to sleep. Anger can extend outward to a woman’s partner, friends, family, and even strangers.

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Women with PPD often feel overwhelmed by motherhood and the arduous task of parenting. Instead of recognizing this as a time of change and transition, they may view it as a personal failure. They can feel like an unfit mother because they struggle to stay on top of cooking, cleaning, and new parenting duties.

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Lack of Connection

Women with PPD often feel withdrawn or like they are not bonding with their baby. They don't feel like doing things with other people and may cancel plans or avoid phone calls or texts. PPD sufferers may feel nothing at all or a total apathy about absolutely everything.

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Sadness is a more recognizable sign of depression, but this type feels bone deep. It feels like it may never end, and women with PPD fear they will never feel happy again.

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Sleep Problems

The old adage "Sleep when the baby sleeps" isn’t always feasible for women with PPD. They struggle to sleep at night or nap during the day. Or, on the flip side, all they want to do is sleep, but it feels like no amount of sleep will help get them caught up.

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Lack of Concentration

Women with PPD have difficulty focusing on tasks at work or at home. Completing a simple to-do list can feel insurmountable.

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PPD and anxiety often go hand-in-hand. PPD sufferers may find themselves afraid to walk down stairs with their baby or may contrive worst-case outcomes for every scenario. They may feel paralyzed by fear. (Hatfield, 2016)
How can family and friend help?
Family members and friends may be the first to recognize symptoms of postpartum depression in a new mother. They can encourage her to talk with a health care provider, offer emotional support, and assist with daily tasks such as caring for the baby or the home.
If you or someone you know is in crisis or thinking of suicide, get help quickly.
  1. Call your doctor.
  2. Call 911 for emergency services or go to the nearest emergency room.

If need more information can go to government website or check the more information in the website like US website. that is
For more information on conditions that affect mental health, resources, and research, go at , or the NIMH website at In addition, the National Library of Medicine’s MedlinePlus  service has information on a wide variety of health topics, including conditions that affect mental health.

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3.   National Institutes Of Health. Postpartum Depression Facts.  [Online].  Available from :  [Accessed 20 March 2017].

Thursday, 9 March 2017

Malta, a country in Europe.

Malta is in the central Mediterranean between Sicily and the North African coast. It's a nation known for historic sites related to a succession of rulers including the Romans, Moors, Knights of Saint John, French and British. Their language is Maltese and English. The population in Malta is over 425,384. Valetta is the capital city.

Political system

The President is the head of state and is elected for a five-year period of office by the House of Representatives. The incumbent has executive authority but must act on the cabinet’s advice and the position is therefore largely ceremonial. The Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition are both appointed by the President. The cabinet is appointed by the President on the advice of the Prime Minister. All appointees must be members of parliament. (Thecommonwealth, 2017).

Under the 1964 constitution – amended in 1974 and 1987 – Malta is a democratic republic with a unicameral House of Representatives of at least 65 members. The country has proportional representation using the single transferable vote system. A party which obtains a majority of votes but minority of seats is allocated additional seats to give it an overall majority of one. The House may not sit for longer than five years.

Head of  Government in Malta-----The Hon Joseph Muscat, Prime Minister

Dr. Joseph Muscat was born in Pietà on 22 January 1974. He received his formal education at the Government Primary School in St. Paul’s Bay, Stella Maris and St. Aloysius’ College. He graduated with Honours from the University of Malta in Public Policy and later as Master of European Studies. In 2007 he attained a Doctorate of Philosophy in Management Research from the University of Bristol (UK).

Malta - the smallest economy in the eurozone - produces only about 20% of its food needs, has limited freshwater supplies, and has few domestic energy sources. Malta's economy is dependent on foreign trade, manufacturing, and tourism.  In 2014 and 2015, Malta led the euro zone in growth, expanding by nearly 3.5% each year.Malta’s services sector continued to grow in 2015, with noted increases in the financial services and online gaming sectors. Malta continues to enhance its regulation of the financial services sector and passed additional legislation in 2014 and 2015 to improve anti-money laundering oversight for financial and gaming activities. Expanding EU discussions of anti-tax avoidance measures, including the “Anti-Tax Avoidance Package” submitted in early 2016, have raised concerns among Malta’s financial services and insurance providers about the passage of laws governing EU tax practices, which could have a significant impact on those sectors.Malta’s 2015 GDP growth was bolstered by energy infrastructure investments, and revenue growth is expected to continue, supported by a strong labor market and proceeds from a citizenship by investment program equal to roughly 0.9% of GDP. (Theodora, 2017)

Malta’s economy weakened further in the third quarter of 2016, restrained by a significant drop in government consumption and a sharp contraction in fixed investment. The latest economic indicators suggest that economic activity should have gained steam in Q4. Industrial production rose in annual terms in November and in December unemployment continued to drop. After showing signs of deceleration in the summer months, growth in tourist arrivals sped up in both October and November. Moreover, exports grew significantly in November, driving the trade deficit to narrow compared to the same month of 2015. (Focuseconomics, 2017)

Malta is not one island – it’s an archipelago!

You probably already knew that Malta is one of the smallest countries in the world, but did you know that it is comprised of seven tiny islets? Only the two largest islands, Malta and Gozo, are regularly inhabited, while the third biggest, Comino, features just one luxury vacation resort. The remaining four are totally uninhabited. Collectively, they total a land-mass of 316 km² – meaning that the whole of Malta can fit into the USA 30,443 times!

It’s super old!
It’s one of the most isolated spots on the Mediterranean, but there’s evidence to suggest that civilisations have been living in Malta since the early Neolithic period of 5000 BC. The proof comes from the 11 so-called Megalithic Monuments of Malta. The relics are UNESCO World Heritage Site listed, and often marked as some of the oldest free-standing structures on Earth.
It’s where movies are made!
Due to its unspoiled nature, quiet coastline and ancient artifacts and relative obscurity, Malta has been used as a film location shoot for many huge Hollywood productions, from ‘Gladiator’ and ‘Troy’ to ‘Captain Philips’ and TV’s Game of Thrones.

Malta is a beautiful country.  it is full of the artistic atmosphere especially the ancient architecture in the country.  Top 6 place visit by the traveler in Malta is:
Valletta Waterfront (Pinto Wharf)
The carefully restored Valletta Waterfront sits on the Grand Harbour, below the fortified city and opposite the Three Cities of Vittorioso, Senglea, and Cospicua. Once a series of 19 Baroque bonding warehouses, it is now a leisure complex for locals, tourists, and an annual influx of half a million cruise passengers. The original buildings were commissioned by Manuel Pinto da Fonseca, the Portuguese Grand Master of the Knights of St John between 1741–73 who was also responsible for the Auberge de Castille, one of the most impressive buildings in Valletta and the present offices of the Prime Minister.

St John's Co- Cathedral
Behind the misleadingly plain Baroque façade of St John's Co-Cathedral hides one of Europe's most spectacular churches, built in thanks by the Knights of St John following their successful routing of the Ottoman Turks in 1565’s Great Siege of Malta. Completed in 1577, most of the design is by Gerolamo Cassar, the Maltese architect who also built the Grand Master's Palace. The entire floor in the nave of Valletta's premier cathedral is composed of around 400 marble tombstones dedicated to prominent Knights of St John. These multicolored and highly decorative memorials pay tribute to the bravery of the order, featuring coats of arms, angels and skulls.

Tiny Gozo is 9.25 miles by 4.25 miles (15 km by 7 km) at its widest point and lies north of Malta. Unlike its big sister Malta, Gozo has opted for the quiet life. The island's capital, Victoria (or Rabat) is the epicenter of the island, with all roads leading from there. It-Tokk, the town’s charming central square, is where locals and visitors alike meet up in pretty cafés and shop for local lace and knitwear at the daily morning market. Around the corner is the Citadel, a miniature walled fortress town with impregnable walls and bastions, built in the 17th century to protect Gozo’s citizens from piracy. The island's best beaches include Ramla Bay, San Blas, and Mġarr ix-xini cove.

Three Cities
Facing Valletta on the southeast side of the Grand Harbour are three historic cities, Vittoriosa, Senglea and Cospicua, which were originally enclosed by a giant line of fortification constructed by the Knights of St John in the 16th century. These dockside neighborhoods are where the knights were based in their auberges from 1530 until 1570. These were lodgings for the knights, organized by nationality, each with accommodation, with chapels and dining rooms all set around a courtyard. In 1570 the Knights moved across the Grand Harbour to the newly constructed city of Valletta. 

Auberge De Castille
Designed by Maltese architect Girolamo Cassar in the mid-16th century and later extensively remodeled under Grand Master Manuel Pinto da Fonseca – who also commissioned the original warehouses that now form Valletta Waterfront – the Auberge de Castille has pride of place at Valletta’s highest spot and owns one of the most strikingly ornate Baroque façades in the city. It was built for the powerful Spanish and Portuguese members of the Knights of St John when they were constructing the fortified city of Valletta; it was customary to have separate lodging for each nationality within the order.

Grand Harbour
Sited in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, Malta has always had extreme commercial and political significance; a fact reflected in the island’s long and tumultuous history. Valletta’s Grand Harbour has also played a huge part in this history as the biggest and certainly the most dramatic natural harbor in the Med. In use since the Phoenician era and heavily fortified since medieval times, it’s the place where much of Malta’s seafaring tradition and military successes have been played out over the centuries. The Great Siege of 1565 and the relentless bombing during WWII both took their toll here; the former on the occupying Knights of St John and the latter on Allied troops and the people of Valletta ¬– the whole island was awarded the George Cross in 1942 for valor in the face of Nazi attack.



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Saturday, 4 March 2017

Should parent be blamed for their children’s action?

Bully case in Malaysia 

       The findings showed that there were various factors that encouraged bullying. The study found that these bullies were not from low income families. Most of the students come from middle or upper class families, in other words, families without financial problems. They felt satisfied earning money by bullying. The findings are in line with research by Wan-Salwina et al. (2014) who found no association between bullying and low social economic status. (Norshidah Mohamad Salleh and Khalim Zainal, 2014).
      Based on this case, showing that some of bullying is an issue that continues to get attention from parents because some of the students is lack of attention from parents and feeling that bully is getting power and attention from public.
Parents should aware of their child behavior since young. Child grow up with their parent, parent have the biggest responsibility on teaching their child what is the right thing to do; giving them lesson to learn if they made mistake. What a child would behave in public or shall I said out of the house, is how they reflect the example of their parent. 

Y E S !

      Parents should aware of their child behavior since young. Child grow up with their parent, parent have the biggest responsibility on teaching their child what is the right thing to do; giving them lesson to learn if they made mistake. What a child would behave in public or shall I said out of the house, is how they reflect the example of their parent. 

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     In Philadelphia, like many other cities, can impose penalties on the parents when their children are out past the city curfew. In Philadelphia, the parents receive a warning for the first violation, up to a $150 fine for a second violation, and $300 to $500 fines for subsequent violations. After two or more violations, each repeat offense can result in up to a $300 fine and/or up to 90 days in jail for the parents. (Eve and etc, 2011). 
A Pennsylvania couple who believe in faith-healing rather than modern medicine will each spend the next three and half to seven years behind bars for the death of their 8-month-old son, the second time one of their ill children died without seeing a doctor.

No !

    Although conservatives look to family failings as an explanation for societal ills, this whole line of reasoning was also promoted by a liberal, Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan. It is true that children of single mothers were much more likely to commit crimes, and much more likely to be incarcerated for their offences. Yet, the true culprit is poverty, rather than the marital status of parents. This point is illustrated by the fact that children of single mothers fare very much better in European countries having minimal child poverty.

Low-income parents spend a lot less time talking to their children than middle-income parents do and their conversations are much less enriching in terms of varied vocabulary. They do a lot more scolding and provide a lot less emotionally positive feedback. So it is not surprising that their kids do less well at school and are more likely to get in trouble with authority figures, and to behave in delinquent ways.
     Besides that, parent have the responsibility to their children action but does not mean parent should be blamed their children's action.

     Children have their personal thinking and their freedom to doing what they need to do. If parent blame their childrent action that is unfair to their children. parent is a mirron of the child, so when a children's action have some prolem, parent have responsibility to corret it and accept the mistake from the child.

      So,parent only need observe their children's action when he or she just a kid.  parent can instilling positive minded and moral minded to their children.  Parent must teach their childrent distinguish right and wrong when facing the problem.
      If parents blame their children, their childrent can not learn some thing in their life.  Parent can not blame their children action scien their just a kid until teenagers, this action can not help children comprehensive growth, they can not be independent in their future.  The fact is, children can not expree their personal opinion and do the decision by them self because they habitual dependence on their parent.  So, parent should not blamed their children's action.


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Should homosexuality be legalized in every country?

What is ho mos exu al ity?  Homosexuality  is  romantic  attraction,   sexual attraction  or  sexual behavior  between members of ...