Issue of gender Discussion

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I think a potter potty would be a great sign for restrooms. It is the only way to use the restroom without having the whole controversy about genders. I agree that society are trying to fix decades of mistreat our fellow man. But why start with restrooms, why cant it start with the homeless? Our veterans?


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I have seen the movie called A Winkel in Time. Very good movie for children and available on Netflix. But the movie had a lot of semiotics. I saw in theater with my children something I could take them to go see. The innocent young black girl who's father had abandon her and her family due to crazy theory that him and his wife were working. The children going through various task to save their father from the "It". This dark trying to suck up all happiness. But It was the our own thoughts that was creating such negativity, trying to keep up with the Jone's, and not think we are good enough. How I relate to this movie is all the negative thoughts and the feeling I'm not good enough. Going through changes in life can make you feel that way. But overcoming and getting yourself into a healthier state of mind. Therapy, writing, and trying new things like going back to school and succeeding.

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First part: answer the question I think a potter potty would be a great sign for restrooms. It is the only way to use the restroom without having the whole controversy about genders. I agree that society are trying to fix decades of mistreat our fellow man. But why start with restrooms, why cant it start with the homeless? Our veterans? Second part: ask a question basic the short paragraph below I have seen the movie called A Winkel in Time. Very good movie for children and available on Netflix. But the movie had a lot of semiotics. I saw in theater with my children something I could take them to go see. The innocent young black girl who's father had abandon her and her family due to crazy theory that him and his wife were working. The children going through various task to save their father from the "It". This dark trying to suck up all happiness. But It was the our own thoughts that was creating such negativity, trying to keep up with the Jone's, and not think we are good enough. How I relate to this movie is all the negative thoughts and the feeling I'm not good enough. Going through changes in life can make you feel that way. But overcoming and getting yourself into a healthier state of mind. Therapy, writing, and trying new things like going back to school and succeeding. For these two parts, just need to write one paragraph for each part. ...
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