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Honesty vs. PeerPressure

As you get older you hahe to get used to certain environments. As a teen you have to dress a certain way and as you get older people expect you do behave a certain way too.
door Mary-Anne Ofosu
AMSTERDAM - A six year old got beaten by his bullies of being a 'dainty' child. When it comes to being a child you would rather not be alone. Some of us try to behave a certain way to fit in.
Peer pressure is the situation where you may feel influenced by your peers. Children, teens and adults too feel the pressure of having to be part of this society. If you are not part of the dominating group, or any group, you could feel very excluded. Some children even go as far as bullying children who are not part of their group. Most schools have activities or an informative workshop to educate the students on topics like: bullying; sexuality; human rights etc. Even though our students are taught that it is wrong to bully it seems like their excuses to do so are getting worse.
Many of us want to find a solution to end the bullying. We spoke to a young child who has been a victim of bullying. Tom, a child from a family of four, has recently lost his parents. In those few weeks of losing his parents he got bullied by his 'enemy'. Word says his older brother came to help his brother but the threats he made only made Tom's situation worse. The child came home beaten to pulp with bruises covering his. His solution to this problem was simply becoming a girl. He believed that female would be treated better. His brother replied and said his idea was
daft and its embarrising for a boy to do such a thing.

This is where we put a question mark. Toms proposal would have been an interessting solution. We were more concerned of his brothers closed-minded opinion. The reason behind Jack, Tom's older brother, was easily noticed by the eldest sibling Julie. Julie said that for a girl to dress like a boy it socially more acceptable. She was quick to tell her brother "but for a boy to look like a girl is degrading, because secretly you believe that being a girl is degrading.". In our
society people are expected to dress according to their gender. Gender-neutral clothing is frowned upon. We would love for our children to feel safe in any social environment. People love to promote "be yourself" but for some of us its harder when being yourself turns you into an isolated human. Do we have to tell others to be who they are or should we fight for tolorance.

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The Cement Garden

door Mary-Anne Ofosu
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The Cement Garden by Ian McEwan

door Mary-Anne Ofosu
Critics Consensus: The Cement Garden speaks on the taboo of incest. Either a relationship with the parent(s) or the sibling(s). This book is a page turner, never leaves the reader bored and introduces some of its most fully realized characters.

When it comes to creative events, nice to follow story line and likable characters, "The Cement Garden" stands confidently as a story what does its job. here there no happy ending but the events leading to the end are great to read. This book discusses the standpoints on topics of insect, orphans, slight pedophilia