People are People


I believe dating in this century is inexplicably more relaxed; however, there is so much more obstacles for everyone. I love the word inexplicably because it is incapable of being explained, interpreted, or accounted. For example, dating is a term over-embellished. You go to a night club you get on the dance floor and buss a move in front of a girl she doesn’t leave your dating. You’re at the mall you ask a woman for directions to a lingerie store, and she says come along I’ll show you. We precede to the lingerie store your eyes notice another babe … Continue reading People are People

Feminism


  I read your article titled “something has got to give” I believe it is more profound than an article. It is more self-analysis of a successful career person. I liked the writing because it focused on a percentage of men today who recognise the growth of women in business, politics and entertainment industry dating from the 1960s to present. Young men, a decade from now may not understand the difference between a career woman in the 1960s compared to today or a decade from now. One particular setback in the article is its lack of attention to immigrant women, … Continue reading Feminism

SOCCER TRAINING


https://www.sport-fitness-advisor.com/soccertraining.html   Soccer is perhaps the most demanding of all sports. In the modern game (at any level) soccer training and conditioning is essential. Few sports are played on as large a playing field, lasting as long and without regular rest periods. Players cover 8-12km during a match, consisting of 24% walking, 36% jogging, 20% coursing, 11% sprinting, 7% moving backwards and 2% moving whilst in possession of the ball (1). Soccer players posses excellent endurance with VO2max reported to range between 55 and 70 ml/kg/min in elite performers (2,3). The game is played at an average intensity close to the lactate threshold – … Continue reading SOCCER TRAINING

The study of women and their contributions to the political economy is a diverse topic


  Writer Courtney Duncan Political economy refers to different, but related approaches to studying economic and political behaviours in reference to other fields such as law, education, health, social environment and gender. The fundamental driving force of political economy is economic progress in relation to the division of labour and the development of science. Labour within our society is a fascinating and diverse theme because of the role of women as changed so much since the early 1600s. Themes such as scientific evolution, politics, religion, indigenous cultures and European cultures have all influenced the political economy on a global scale. … Continue reading The study of women and their contributions to the political economy is a diverse topic

BLACK DEATH AND MEDIEVAL EUROPE


  When I was a younger man, I remembered the panic and understood the threat of the epidemic known as AIDS. Initially, the virus only threatened the lives of same sex men, but it soon spread to the heterosexual community. The world witnessed a cultural change that epitomised a more traditional lifestyle when AIDS moved into the heterosexual community. The disease blamed on LGBTQ community and many other groups such as people from Haiti and Africa. Historians and other scholars are now writing the devastation of AIDS. These scholars are now comparing the epidemic to another disease known as the … Continue reading BLACK DEATH AND MEDIEVAL EUROPE

Vampires Evil Monster or Innocent Victims? …………Essay!


  A character is an individual or creature in an art form of the narrative variety such as a book, theatre, painting or film. The character Elizabeth Bathory, from the film, The Countess and the vampire Carmilla from the novel titled, Carmilla written by Sheridan Le Fanu has two powerful female characters who are opposites in life, but in death, you see the characters evil similarity.  For example, the basic component to both characters is flat versus round character. An explanation of a flat character is an uncomplicated person. The definition of a round character is a complex figure. Furthermore, … Continue reading Vampires Evil Monster or Innocent Victims? …………Essay!