How To Levitate
One of the most fascinating feats in magic is the ability to levitate and there are many methods to make this happen in this story we're going to cover just a few of them we're going to cover some simple methods that can be done at home right now, then some more advanced techniques that'll take a little bit of practice and preparation. We'll also cover some more expensive versions the professionals use that you've probably seen on some national television shows, let's get ready to learn how to levitate. In this first method, the magician walks into the room and then covers the front of their body with a blanket or a towel then magically they seem to just levitate right off the floor this looks pretty convincing and it is super simple to perform.
Since 1988 December has been made HIV/AIDS awareness month. This silent pandemic has infected 39 million people and has killed over 680,000 of them since its discovery in 1981. HIV/AIDS is a disease that attacks the immune system, weakening the body’s defenses to fight against infection and diseases. It is spread through contact with infected blood, semen, and vaginal fluid. Despite the global awareness of the disease, it still infects less than 2,000 people a year. Here is how you can go through life with HIV/AIDS.
The Topic of Gender-Affirming Care
Logical fallacies often tap into emotions to sway opinions. Fear-based fallacies, like the appeal to fear or the slippery slope fallacy, can create a sense of urgency or alarm by suggesting dire consequences if a particular action or viewpoint is not adopted. For example, in the context of gender-affirming care, an argument might falsely suggest that allowing such care for transgender youth will lead to irreversible harm or societal chaos, appealing to parental fears for their children's well-being.
Sandra Day O'Connor,Dies at 93 First Woman On The Supreme Court,
Washington – Retired Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, who made history as the first woman to serve on the Supreme Court, passed away at the age of 93. The Court announced that O'Connor died on Friday in Phoenix, Arizona, following complications related to dementia and a respiratory illness.
The Man Inside
When I was twelve, I saw my neighbor's niece start her transition. At the time, I had no concept of what a trans woman or what transgender was. But, I really liked this girl. Not in a crush sort of way but, an admiring sort of way. She was also really loved wearing punk stuff a the time. I was kind of envious of how she looked and acted.
W.O.K.E. W.O.C. - a VENUS VALLEY chapter
Yet again a chapter has seen fit to add itself to my book-in-progress, as something I alluded to last time deserves more space of its own. Welcome, if you’ve just joined in, to the chapter-by-chapter release of my LGBTQIA+ centric philosophy-(hopefully)-made-easy book; in which your inputs, insights and comments become my edits as you take up my invitation to freely debate discuss, question, contribute, so your values, views and voices can be part of the finished book when it emerges in physical form. After too long of a break because life stuff keeps happening (it’s good stuff, it just takes up a lot of time!) welcome back, queerly beloveds, to Venus Valley: Queer Philosophers’ Forum.
There is a line that exists here. A line that resides on the edge of my world and theirs. My world consists of love, peace, respect and dignity. Their world contains smoke, barriers and violence. Violence they use against us. Where I live, we celebrate colour, love, unity, freedom, and each other. Where they walk leaves trails unspeakable. But I’ve heard it. I’ve heard it all too well and clear. It’s vile. It hurts.
Pope Francis Embraces LGBTQ+ Community's Presence in the Church
In a significant stride towards inclusivity and acceptance, Pope Francis has expressed his openness to prayers for same-sex couples after marriage within the Catholic Church. This statement follows his previous stance against the criminalization of homosexuality and marks a more compassionate approach to LGBTQ+ individuals within the faith.
A Little Rumi: VENUS VALLEY Looks East (part 3)
“The universe is not outside of you. Look inside yourself. Everything you want, you already are.” Welcome to our next-to-last glance east, queerly beloveds. If this is your first time here and you’re not caught up with what I’m up to, it’s this: chapter by chapter, my LGBTQIA+ centric philosophy book-in-progress will be offered to you my, rainbow flag flying community, to debate, discuss, question, contribute, so your inputs become my edits, until the finished book has all our voices in it together. Welcome to a contemplative corner of Venus Valley - Queer Philosophers’ Forum.
A Glimpse into the Future"
In the heart of Silicon Valley, amidst the hum of innovation and the glow of screens, Apple unveiled its latest marvel: the iPhone 15. The world watched in anticipation as Tim Cook, Apple's CEO, took the stage, his eyes gleaming with the promise of a new technological era.
In a rapidly evolving world, the importance of embracing diversity and authenticity cannot be overstated. The values of inclusion, acceptance, and the celebration of individuality are the cornerstones of a harmonious society. Embracing diversity and authenticity not only fosters an environment of mutual respect but also paves the way for progress, innovation, and social cohesion. In this article, we will explore the significance of these values and how they can be nurtured to create a brighter future for all.
2023 Women's World Cup
In the heart of Lyon, France, the 2023 Women's World Cup was set to commence. The anticipation was palpable as teams from every corner of the globe descended upon the city, bringing with them not only their skills but also their unique stories, cultures, and dreams. The tournament wasn't just about soccer; it was a celebration of unity and international camaraderie.