Parents are responsible for lots of things in a child life, their responsible for their education, their well-being, decisions, safety, and the respect their child show to others. Gay parents may not have the same responsibility as heterosexual parents. All parents should be there for their child whenever needed. Every parent have their duties for their child whether they’re heterosexual or homosexual. Being gay may have problems in being a good parent to the child.In being homosexual you never know if you and your partner will be together as long as you live.
Whether it is the hard drugs such as cocaine and heroin, or the prescription drugs such as Xanax and benzodiazepine. Teenagers are becoming obsessed with drugs and its use as it makes them popular which needs to change. Students need to know that there are more important things and that drugs affect them negatively and often lead to crimes. They can also ruin many futures as if caught they are sentenced to jail time. Lastly, gateway drugs are the most dangerous as they seem the least harmful.
The main chemical marijuana is known for is delta-9- tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Many users do not understand that injecting this inducing chemical has both short and long-term impacts on the brain. Along with its stimulant, depressant, and hallucinogenic properties come negative impacts on the brain. THC acts on brain cell receptors that ordinarily react to natural TCH like chemicals already found in our brains, and causes those receptors to work in overdrive, causing these parts of the brain to overreact. A study done by the National Center for Biotechnology Information compared the short-term memory and cognitive processing speed of people who used marijuana in the past 4 weeks in relation to those who had never consumed the drug1 The recent and current marijuana users remembered less and processed information and instruction much slower than those who have never smoked.
Further this branch of study of gay/lesbian grew out of feminist theory and feminist studies. This study of gay/lesbian further challenges the idea or concept of normative sexualities. According to one of the articles, once you categorise or label something as “normal”, automatically another category originates which is it’s opposite or let’s say contrast and is labelled as the term “deviant”. Basically in this queer theory we not only study about homosexualities but all those groups which are
This story shows how teens struggle and handle being gay and how they react to their openly gay peer. Through theme and plot, a great story is unveiled, showing the realities of middle school life and finding your true identity. The main theme in this story is finding yourself and dealing with the societal pressure of being gay. In this story, many kids and even parents, are prejudiced against being gay and think poorly of it. For example, kids in Joe's school call each other gay or say
This statement is of course debateable in the case of biological factors that contribute to homosexual as it suggest some men are not born gay, but are turned homosexual by their surroundings. According to (Heffner, 2003) childhood components as the largest contributing factors to homosexuality, the surroundings that a child grows up in plays a huge role in homosexuality, very Often they examine childhood play patterns, early peer interactions and relations, differences in parental behaviour toward male and female children, and the role of gender constancy in the household (Heffner, 2003). While environmental factors may include experiences of sexual abuse or other traumatic events a common contributor to same-sex attractions is a disturbance in the development of gender identity (Gender identity refers to a person’s view of his or her own gender; that is, his or her sense of masculinity or femininity) its formed through the relationships that a child has with the same-sex parent and same-sex peers (Harren,
It sold illegally in the city in contemporary groups, all over the USA of petty dealers sell crystal meth, it is a super-concentrated and most common type of methamphetamine. It is inferred through a cooking process that can’t be completed without some chemicals that are ammonia, pesticides etc. Addiction of this drug plagues in America and much of the world, it is more addictive than cocaine and alcohol. Crystal Meth can be swallowed, injected or smoked and often it produces temporary positive feelings and energy enhancement. In USA abusing of crystal meth is quickly developed, since the early nineties this drug has been spread from Central California to Oregon and Washington.
After a while, users need higher doses to get the same effect. This leads to dependence and addiction for those users of the drug. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 43 percent of ecstasy users become dependent on the drug. Users are aware of the negative consequences of ecstasy, but their dependence on it prevents them from stopping to use the drug. However, Ecstasy is used medicinally to relieve victims of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
(2009, p.31 ) discuss the idea that neuroscience offer that addiction is a pathological behaviour in which addictive drugs co-opt normal learning and motivating pathways in the brain so that drug taking comes to dominate all other goal directed activities such a view has the potential to not only unlike a wide array of new and powerful treatment of addiction that target or ameliorate these changes. Given the central important of the brain and the strong moral attitude that many people feel towards who abuse or are addicted to drugs , the nature and impact of these changes needs to be considered such an analysis will need to critically examine the emerging neuroscience research on
With the outbreak of prescription related deaths, young teens and people must recognize the signs of drug abuse and must recognize the problems this widespread causes. Drug Addiction. People use drugs without worrying about the negativity it can bring in your life. The illegal drugs are not the only unsafe ones. Prescription opioids are similar to the effect that of heroin and morphine,they provide a higher chance to be abused and an addiction to form if they are abused and used non-medically.