Daily Archives: September 18, 2017

Setting the Stage for early Transgendering – By Yvonne Sam + video on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE)

Setting the Stage for Transgendering at an early age 

By Yvonne Sam

My conscious psyche was visibly jolted on reading about a camp that recently opened in El Cerrito, California. This city, founded by refugees fleeing the 1906 San Francisco earthquake has a population of 25, 000 according to the last U.S census. It is a camp with a difference. Called Rainbow Camp it offers a safe space for children up to twelve years of age to be the transgenders they were created to be. What is the world coming to?   Let the truth be told but teaching children as young as 4 years that sex is as selective and interchangeable as the garments they wear is putting their young lives on a path of confusion and ridicule.

Lyrics to a well-known song by the American country music duet, the Louvin Brothers runs thus: If we forget God, his mercy will plead and sin will cover the land and the sea. If we forget God, Satan will rule. If we forget God a nation is doomed.    Continue reading

Under the Cold Stones by Dan McNay – By Rosaliene Bacchus

Three Worlds One Vision

Book Cover - Under the Cold Stones by Dan McNay

Dan McNay, one of my favorite authors from Los Angeles, has a new novel out: Under the Cold Stones. It’s a dark, suspense thriller. The heroine, Deidre McIntyre, is well versed in men’s secret fantasies and dark desires. At the age of sixteen, she had run away from her small-town home in Paris, Illinois. Her mother, a heavy smoker with a drug habit, had been no role mother for the unloved, self-destructive teenager. Her father, “crazy as a loon,” had disappeared from her life when she was seven. Only he had held the power to save her from herself. She had found refuge and a new life as a hooker in the New Orleans French Quarter, where she became known as Daydee.

Everything changes for Daydee after her mother’s death. As the only surviving member of the family, she inherits everything: a ten-room apartment building (with no tenants), a farm…

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Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – September 16-18. 2017

News – 18 September 2017

Nandlall says Guyana is still struggling with CFATF/ FATF sanctions

Hughes discredits Edghill’s criticism of “underperformance”

GCAA working to ramp up staff capacity by 2018

Palmyra Monument project should not be abandoned

PLegal Affairs Compliance Team hosts sensitization seminar

Public Security uses less than 30 percent of 2017 budget allocation

CANI distributes back to school supplies to North Ruimveldt children

Supernatural novel Kamarang to be launched today at Indigenous Village 

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Tourism: Guyana’s untouched beauty has tremendous potential – Zegrahm Expedition FAM tour 2017

Guyana’s untouched beauty has tremendous potential for tourism

The Team that completed the nine-day FAM tour of Guyana and Director General of Tourism The Team that completed the nine-day FAM tour of Guyana and Director General of Tourism

“Guyana’s natural beauty is second to none. It could be touched a little bit more,” joked Michael Moore, Tour Leader for Zegrahm Expedition, who is part of 10-member team that returned for the Guyana FAM Tour 2017.

 

The group participated in Familiarisation (FAM) tour of Guyana, which was hosted by Wilderness Explores and The Guyana Tourism Authority (GTA). The team comprised of members from the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and the United States (USA), spent nine days exploring Guyana’s rich natural habitat.

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Cricket: England lose to West Indies in T20 – Alex Hales’ efforts not enough

Alex Hales’ efforts not enough as England lose to West Indies in T20

Only T20: West Indies 176-9; England 155
Hales top scores with 43 but England fall 21 runs short
West Indies’ Carlos Brathwaite celebrates after taking the wicket of England’s Liam Plunkett to win the T20 match.
West Indies’ Carlos Brathwaite celebrates after taking the wicket of England’s Liam Plunkett to win the T20 match. Photograph: Richard Sellers/PA

There could not possibly be another extraordinary climax approaching the incredible. Could there? Indeed there could not. The winners, however, were the same.     Continue reading

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