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Two different post to give feed back on.

1)How would you respond if a friend/family member said derogatory things about homosexual people to you?

I am really not sure how I would respond, I have never experienced anyone saying derogatory things about homosexual people. I would like to think that maybe I would calmly say that what this person is saying to me is offensive and rude. That maybe they don’t mean it to be rude or offensive but I would appreciate it if you didn’t talk like that about homosexuals. I have friends and family that are homosexuals and they are the best people I know. They are people just like you and me and are no different. They are who they are and I accept that and respect that and them. I know I would definitely say my peace with it to them and let them know how I feel.


Please answer these questions a baby might ask (wish they could!).

Why would I want to be in your family?

We have a lot of love to give and will love you unconditionally and you will be my one true love. I will never leave your side and will always be there for you know matter what and will always make sure you are safe. You will always be able to count on me for anything. I will make sure you are always happy and have all that you need. I will teach you everything you need to know and guide through life with morals and values, to respect you and teach you respect. You will always be accepted and I will always be there and you will always be my number one priority.


Tell me three qualifications you have to be my parent. Be specific.

First I will be an authoritative parent so you will grow to be self confident and competent. I will express my love and affection. Second, I will love you and show so much affection and spend quality one on one time. Third, I will always communicate with you. I will talk to and listen to you. I will do my best to explain things and reason why so you will always understand. I will listen and always be open to hearing your feelings and suggestions.

Extra Credit

What is an episiotomy? Correctly name the area of body involved.

It is an incision in the perineum that is sometimes made during childbirth. It makes the opening of the vagina a bit wider, allowing the baby to come through more easily. Sometimes  a woman’s perineum may tear as their baby comes out. A episiotomy can prevent a severe tear or even speed up delivery.

It is the tissue between the vaginal opening and the anus. The most common episiotomy is performed on the midline, which is directly above the anus. It is made in the perineal body from the midline of the hyneral ring through the connective tissue that unites the bulbocavernous muscle, the superficial transverse perineal muscles and the perineal membrane.

Second post


1)Most people will say homophobic remarks, including use of the word ‘gay’ in a negative or derogatory way, for example “homework is so gay”. Sometimes this language is perceived as harmless, because it is not being used in a direct way to attack a particular student. Use of the word ‘gay’ as a synonym for stupid or rubbish can be ignored because it is not seen as intentionally homophobic. Although people may not be meaning to be homophobic, for many who are same sex attracted, this language can have a negative impact, and be experienced as homophobic. Challenging this language is essential to creating a environment where everyone can be themselves and feel safe and supportive.

2. Because we can offer support and security with unconditional love; we will always look to see and bring out the best in you even if you cannot see it for yourself and we will be the only ones who can really understand you and bring you back to that place of peace.

3. Every child is different and so is every parent, and every family has unique needs and circumstances. But most kids will benefit from parents who strive to provide care, attention, and unconditional love—but set expectations for behavior too.

4. An episiotomy is an incision made in the perineum — the tissue between the vaginal opening and the anus — during childbirth. Although the procedure was once a routine part of childbirth, that’s no longer the case. An episiotomy was thought to help prevent more extensive vaginal tears during childbirth — and heal better than a natural tear. The procedure was also thought to help preserve the muscular and connective tissue support of the pelvic floor.