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Please read this press release, and use it to write a news story that would be suit for an article?
The last 50 years has seen family life in the UK change with the growth in single parents and step-families, accompanied by raised awareness and discussion about what good parenting looks like. The increase of gay parents is part of this next chapter, and a new study has unveiled the need for schools and families to play a greater role educating guyren about gay parents.
2,000 people were surveyed on behalf of Parenting UK about different aspects of gay parents. When it came to the role of schools, over two thirds of respondents said schools should educate pupils about gay parents.
And when it came to teaching gay and lesbian issues in the classroom, over two thirds of respondents said schools should educate pupils about these issues and include them in the curriculum.

The survey also looked at the role of parents educating their guyren about different family types. Over two thirds of parents said they had, or intended to, talk with their guy about different family types, such as gay parents.

The online video channel for parents, ParentChannel.tv (www.parentchannel.tv) has unveiled a new video clip which looks at the experiences of being a gay parent to coincide with the findings of the survey (video clip URL and embed code below):

URL
www.parentchannel.tv/video/gay-and-lesbian-parents

When it came to broader issues of tackling homophobia, over 70 percent of respondents said homophobia should be treated in the same way as racism and over two thirds of respondents said schools should do more to prevent homophobic bullying/language at school, for example, using the “so gay” term to describe something that is rubbish.

However, a 2009 YouGov survey for Stonewall of over 2,000 primary and secondary school teachers showed that nine out in ten teachers have not received any specific training on how to tackle homophobic bullying and over a third of secondary school teachers and almost two thirds of primary school teachers have not addressed issues of sexual orientation in their lessons.

Jacqueline Harding at ParentChannel.tv said:
‘Gay parents have always existed. However, legal changes including the introduction of civil partnerships, and laws outlawing discrimination in relation to adoption, IVF and surrogacy, mean that many more gay and lesbian couples turn their aspirations to become parents into a reality.

‘The findings indicate that parents think more could be done in the school and at home to educate guyren about different types of families in today’s society and to tackle homophobic bullying.

The survey indicates that the majority of parents are comfortable talking to their guys about different types of families, like gay parents, but we recognise that some families may not know how to approach the subject and our new video gives advice on this.

‘Parents can talk to their guyren about the struggles that they see other guys facing. Lessons in caring, kindness, and tolerance are important for all families.

‘Both heterosexual and homosexual parents should strive to teach their guyren to be tolerant and accepting of other people. Some parents are gay and this needs to be recognised and accepted so we can get on with the job of helping all parents raise their guyren as well as possible.’

For free advice and practical help on all aspects of parenting, please visit ParentChannel.tv at: www.parentchannel.tv
ENDS
Media enquiries
Harry Cymbler, Hot Cherry.
Harry@hotcherry.co.uk
+44(0) 207 424 0949

Notes to editor
1. The survey was carried out in October 2010
2. 2,000 people across the UK were surveyed

About ParentChannel.tv
ParentChannel.tv is the free online channel, offering practical parenting advice through video clips, which cover subjects as diverse as talking to your guy about sex in a comfortable and open way through to encouraging your teen to get more exercise. ParentChannel.tv is developed by parents and leading parenting experts, and aims to cover all aspects of guy development including learning, behaviour and well being. ParentChannel.tv is collaborative project, pooling together expertise from three partners, Parenting UK, Capablue and Tomorrow’s Guy.

About Parenting UK
Parenting UK is a national membership organisation formed in 1995 for people working with parents. We support all those working with parents and champion the need for parenting support.
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Please read this press release, and use it to write a news story that would be suitable for article?
The last 50 years has seen family life in the UK change with the growth in single parents and step-families, accompanied by raised awareness and discussion about what good parenting looks like. The increase of gay parents is part of this next chapter, and a new study has unveiled the need for schools and families to play a greater role educating guyren about gay parents.
2,000 people were surveyed on behalf of Parenting UK about different aspects of gay parents. When it came to the role of schools, over two thirds of respondents said schools should educate pupils about gay parents.
And when it came to teaching gay and lesbian issues in the classroom, over two thirds of respondents said schools should educate pupils about these issues and include them in the curriculum.

The survey also looked at the role of parents educating their guyren about different family types. Over two thirds of parents said they had, or intended to, talk with their guy about different family types, such as gay parents.

The online video channel for parents, ParentChannel.tv (www.parentchannel.tv) has unveiled a new video clip which looks at the experiences of being a gay parent to coincide with the findings of the survey (video clip URL and embed code below):

URL
www.parentchannel.tv/video/gay-and-lesbian-parents

When it came to broader issues of tackling homophobia, over 70 percent of respondents said homophobia should be treated in the same way as racism and over two thirds of respondents said schools should do more to prevent homophobic bullying/language at school, for example, using the “so gay” term to describe something that is rubbish.

However, a 2009 YouGov survey for Stonewall of over 2,000 primary and secondary school teachers showed that nine out in ten teachers have not received any specific training on how to tackle homophobic bullying and over a third of secondary school teachers and almost two thirds of primary school teachers have not addressed issues of sexual orientation in their lessons.

Jacqueline Harding at ParentChannel.tv said:
‘Gay parents have always existed. However, legal changes including the introduction of civil partnerships, and laws outlawing discrimination in relation to adoption, IVF and surrogacy, mean that many more gay and lesbian couples turn their aspirations to become parents into a reality.

‘The findings indicate that parents think more could be done in the school and at home to educate guyren about different types of families in today’s society and to tackle homophobic bullying.

The survey indicates that the majority of parents are comfortable talking to their guys about different types of families, like gay parents, but we recognise that some families may not know how to approach the subject and our new video gives advice on this.

‘Parents can talk to their guyren about the struggles that they see other guys facing. Lessons in caring, kindness, and tolerance are important for all families.

‘Both heterosexual and homosexual parents should strive to teach their guyren to be tolerant and accepting of other people. Some parents are gay and this needs to be recognised and accepted so we can get on with the job of helping all parents raise their guyren as well as possible.’

For free advice and practical help on all aspects of parenting, please visit ParentChannel.tv at: www.parentchannel.tv 
ENDS
Media enquiries
Harry Cymbler, Hot Cherry.
Harry@hotcherry.co.uk
+44(0) 207 424 0949

Notes to editor
1. The survey was carried out in October 2010
2. 2,000 people across the UK were surveyed

About ParentChannel.tv
ParentChannel.tv is the free online channel, offering practical parenting advice through video clips, which cover subjects as diverse as talking to your guy about sex in a comfortable and open way through to encouraging your teen to get more exercise. ParentChannel.tv is developed by parents and leading parenting experts, and aims to cover all aspects of guy development including learning, behaviour and well being. ParentChannel.tv is collaborative project, pooling together expertise from three partners, Parenting UK, Capablue and Tomorrow’s Guy.

About Parenting UK
Parenting UK is a national membership organisation formed in 1995 for people working with parents. We support all those working with parents and champion the need for parenting support.
Wait, it sounds like you want us to do your homework for you.
Pregnancy Pact by high school girls? What do you think? How do you prevent this with your daughters?
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As summer vacation begins, 17 girls at Gloucester High School (MA) are expecting babies—All it took was a few simple questions before nearly half the expecting students, none older than 16, confessed to making a pact to get pregnant and raise their babies together.

The high school has done perhaps too good a job of embracing young mothers. Sex-ed classes end freshman year at Gloucester, where teen parents are encouraged to take their guyren to a free on-site day-care center. Strollers mingle seamlessly in school hallways among cheerleaders and junior ROTC. "We're proud to help the mothers stay in school," says Sue Todd, CEO of Pathways for Guyren, which runs the day-care center.

Gloucester's elected school committee plans to vote later this summer on whether to provide contraceptives. But that won't do much to solve the issue of teens wanting to get pregnant.

full story here
www.time.com/time/world/article/0…
you can't stop loose guys from doing loose things! the fact that they enlisted a homeless man to impregnate them says it all! these girls were cunning, manipulative, and deceptive. the LAST thing they need to do parent. how do you stop guys from doing things like this? be more concerned with your guys rather then yourself. involved parents have stable, morally-upstanding guyren with values.
Advice from moms with families... and just married women too please -?
well im sad. very sad.
I'll start from the beginning. I had a horrible guyhood and teen years, so I take insults very hard. I promised myself I would not allow anyone to treat me nasty ever again.
Fast forward - my mother in law is a complete b*tch to me. She lives in another country, is sweet to me on the phone, and then sends me presents with $1 prices attached... used items,.... broken things... and she is NOT POOR.
I will get a lot of 'well she doesnt owe you anything.'

I agree now - because my vision of a big family has been destroyed, because I know on the inside that she will never change... my husband is adamant that we will all live together as one big family still.

After I cried my heart out after her first present, my husband said something to her like, 'you cant send garbage...'
but that is all, and never anything again to defend me.

I have even gone as far as to say i want nothing to do with them - and he brushes it off.

I just cannot express my anger, hurt and humiliation at having to 'put up' with evil behavior after the horrible life I lived...

Now to the ring and food story.......
We (me , hubby and two friends of his went clubbing all together) went to grab a kebab at about 3am after clubbing. His mother rings on his mobile, saying she had just rang the home phone and we were not home. Then she says 'tell your wife i love her'

Can i just say something about that before you jump in, what a sweet lady? She sent me a used pair of plastic clip on earrings inside a dirty plastic bag and before i got it, she was constantly ringing each day telling me she loved me and if i had gotten the present....
i really hate games... :o(

So - drunk as i was ( 1 botte of wine and two cruisers) said loudly 'haha tell her to get f*ked!'

Hubby started to yell at me that I was bad and his mother is being nice (which he has admitted on and off depending on his mood that she does treat me bad) and i was being a b*tch. Well, i got upset. i didnt eat and took of my rings and tossed them on the floor... (which we could not find again after that...)
Well... hubby has an anger problem and literally opened up his kebab and threw it all over my face full force. Let me just say, he was very drunk too.
We kept on fighting in the street outside the car.

When we got home, I told him to decide if he was going to stay or go.
Who am I guyding if I tell myself, oh this is only a drunk problem, not an everyday problem that will make my life hell in 5 years after we have guys. He said he was leaving in the morning. I wouldnt let him sleep because I hate having to sleep over arguements. He had sex with me - rough, dominating - and then rolled over to sleep.

I was so hurt. I still am.. I shook him and told him that he cannot act like that, just sleep, he has to make up with me or at least make the effort to cuddle.

He is such a b*astard he would not listen, and ended up slapping me hard in the face and telling me to go to bed.
Please note - Im not interested if you think that part is bad or not.

He is a good person. HE IS. But gets very angry when he is angry.

MY QUESTION IS - GENERAL ADVICE TO MAKE THE SITUATION BETTER.

I already plan on asking him to take me to the shopping centre and buy a second ring set. :o(
If we stay together - which if he lets people treat me like crap, order me what religion I must be (surprise, MIL is muslim and ive gotten my orders and orders for all my non existant guyren too)
I doubt it can be that way.

You can feel free to make general comments about the whole thing too
Are you pregnant? you are in the pregnancy section.

Besides, the only thing I can get in your post is that you hate that your mother in-law sends cheap things or things that you do not want. If you are judging her or biased because she is muslim, that is not right. You both have to be respectful of each other's religion and culture if you decided to marry.
From your own account, your MIL is not really nasty or disrespectful to you. Maybe if YOU send her good gifts she will get the idea.
My general advice is to not bring MILbetween you and hubby or disrupt their relationship by asking him to chose between his mother and wife. I think you both have anger issues and instead of calmly talking about it, you are taking out your frustration on MIL.
I threw my ring and he threw his food all over me - a big drunk fight.?
well im sad. very sad.
I'll start from the beginning. I had a horrible guyhood and teen years, so I take insults very hard. I promised myself I would not allow anyone to treat me nasty ever again.
Fast forward - my mother in law is a complete b*tch to me. She lives in another country, is sweet to me on the phone, and then sends me presents with $1 prices attached... used items,.... broken things... and she is NOT POOR.
I will get a lot of 'well she doesnt owe you anything.'

I agree now - because my vision of a big family has been destroyed, because I know on the inside that she will never change... my husband is adamant that we will all live together as one big family still.

After I cried my heart out after her first present, my husband said something to her like, 'you cant send garbage...'
but that is all, and never anything again to defend me.

I have even gone as far as to say i want nothing to do with them - and he brushes it off.

I just cannot express my anger, hurt and humiliation at having to 'put up' with evil behavior after the horrible life I lived...

Now to the ring and food story.......
We (me , hubby and two friends of his went clubbing all together) went to grab a kebab at about 3am after clubbing. His mother rings on his mobile, saying she had just rang the home phone and we were not home. Then she says 'tell your wife i love her'

Can i just say something about that before you jump in, what a sweet lady? She sent me a used pair of plastic clip on earrings inside a dirty plastic bag and before i got it, she was constantly ringing each day telling me she loved me and if i had gotten the present....
i really hate games... :o(

So - drunk as i was ( 1 botte of wine and two cruisers) said loudly 'haha tell her to get f*ked!'

Hubby started to yell at me that I was bad and his mother is being nice (which he has admitted on and off depending on his mood that she does treat me bad) and i was being a b*tch. Well, i got upset. i didnt eat and took of my rings and tossed them on the floor... (which we could not find again after that...)
Well... hubby has an anger problem and literally opened up his kebab and threw it all over my face full force. Let me just say, he was very drunk too.
We kept on fighting in the street outside the car.

When we got home, I told him to decide if he was going to stay or go.
Who am I guyding if I tell myself, oh this is only a drunk problem, not an everyday problem that will make my life hell in 5 years after we have guys. He said he was leaving in the morning. I wouldnt let him sleep because I hate having to sleep over arguements. He had sex with me - rough, dominating - and then rolled over to sleep.

I was so hurt. I still am.. I shook him and told him that he cannot act like that, just sleep, he has to make up with me or at least make the effort to cuddle.

He is such a b*astard he would not listen, and ended up slapping me hard in the face and telling me to go to bed.
Please note - Im not interested if you think that part is bad or not.

He is a good person. HE IS. But gets very angry when he is angry.

MY QUESTION IS - GENERAL ADVICE TO MAKE THE SITUATION BETTER.

I already plan on asking him to take me to the shopping centre and buy a second ring set. :o(
If we stay together - which if he lets people treat me like crap, order me what religion I must be (surprise, MIL is muslim and ive gotten my orders and orders for all my non existant guyren too)
I doubt it can be that way.

You can feel free to make general comments about the whole thing too.

Thanks.
Oh boy what have you gotten yourself into, a friend starred it for me to answer as he knows I am in a similar position, not about religion though we have decided to agree to disagree over that, he is dominating you so you will be submissive, and how many times I've said that he is a good person or he doesn't mean it to myself and others I have lost count, even his family don't think that he's worthy of me and of course my family agree, firstly, don't take offense at what his mother does, just smile and forget about it, she is hoping that you will tell him to make a choice and I'm sorry to tell you this but he will pick her, you should be able to speak freely without fear of someone taking offense at it or reacting so badly. throwing your rings away is a sign that you can't take it anymore, his reaction was guyish, like a two year olds temper tantrum, he has obviously been a mummas boy and she will ensure that he stays that way, keep your thoughts about her to yourself and speak to friends or family for support but do not let on that it hurts you, why, because that gives her another little win over you, he will actually wake up to himself and hopefully it will be sooner than later, if hes a nasty drunk then dont let him drink, or just say let go see a movie instead I would like to spend time with just you, that will make him feel special and incline to be nicer to you, his anger is another problem entirely, I don't say this lightly as I have been where you are now and still am, I think if I was younger I would have moved on a lot earlier instead of waiting and hoping they will change, believe me they won't. it actually goes down hill unless he admits that he has anger management problems which most of them don't, accepting the problem is half the way to a cure, my partner will not accept that he has a problem even though I know he does and so does our doctor, but he can't force him to accept treatment without acknowledging the problem in the first place. You have to put you and you're guyrens needs first, this will be so hard to do, I know this because I have the same problem, although all who know him, and I mean really know him call him grumpy, grumble bum, mr. moody and thats just people he talks to over the phone, some people have even said if you are going to talk to me like that, I don't want to hear it and hang up, and they are strangers, my advice to you is try speaking with your husband when you are alone, no guys, no parents, no friends and ask him what he thinks about your relationship with him, you will find your answer there and also remember, leopards don't change their spots, so its up to you on whether or not you want to live your life like this forever or not, you are still young, so think seriously about it, I really wish you luck and I just wish someone had of told me the same thing I'm telling you now, life would have been much different, not so sad and depressing all the time, I refuse to fight with him anymore, I let him have his little wins, but my heart hasn't been in it for years, so its up to you sweetie of what you can live with and what you could really live without, you don't need that sort of physical and emotional abuse at such a young age, and please don't refer to yourself as being dumb, you didnt get where you are academically without being intelligent, but see thats what he calls you and after a while you will believe it, don't let anyone have that much power over your life, I wish you joy and goodluck for the future, take care :)

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