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No Means No

Author : Y. Taylor
ISBN : 9781480900097
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¿Whatever the example, children live and grow by that example.¿ No, Means NO! is a story that every child should hear, because child predators do not announce their arrival in a child¿s life. To the contrary, they strategically maneuver into children¿s lives in a very concealing and sly manner. They are camouflaged right before our very eyes. Many times, they remain in children¿s lives for a long time. (And even once is a long time.) It is up to us, as responsible adults, to let children know that if they are sexually abused, or fearful of being abused, they must tell someone. Children need to know that no matter what a predator says to make them not tell anyone, ¿TELL ANYWAY!¿ No, Means NO! was written to support children against sexual abuse and to support bonding between adults and children. Hopefully, this level of healthy bonding will support children enough to encourage them to speak out, if ever needed, against sexual abuse. About the Author Y. Taylor encourages the nurturing of children. She believes that, ideally, nurturing begins before birth. She understands that children¿s healthy minds play a large part concerning their successful development. It is her desire to encourage more adults to share significant time with young people. Taylor regards children¿s opinions with much contemplation. Through her simple stories, she attempts to capture voices and feelings of the younger population. Just as importantly, she hopes to encourage quality bonding time between youth and adults. A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Taylor teaches and has served as an administrator of special education. Taylor is married and has two children. Her children have served as advisors for her stories.

No Means No Government No Hope Anderson Sc After The Civil War

Author : Brian Scott
ISBN : 9781387656479
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No Means No

Author : Kathy Lee
ISBN : 1844272532
Genre : Fiction
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Explores the life of Emma, a 13-year-old fed up of being 'the vicar's daughter'. This book aims to help young people examine their own relationship with God in an open way. Addressing issues such as relationships with parents, fame and responsibility, it applies teaching of Ten Commandments and the parable of the Lost Son in a contemporary way.

When No Means No

Author : Cheryl Gomez-Preston
ISBN : UOM:39015029539163
Genre : Social Science
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The author tells from first-hand experience what it means to be sexually harassed, how to file a lawsuit, appear in court, and live with the experience

Nomeansno

Author : Mark Black
ISBN : 192674327X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Invisible Publishing's Bibliophonic Series returns, this time focusing on unsung Canadian punk rock heroes NoMeansNo.NoMeansNo: Going Nowhere, will look at a band whose career has spanned three decades, 14 albums and produced an alter ego that's become as much a part of the Canadian consciousness as SCTV. Through interviews with band members, bit players and fans, the book will explore how one punk band from Victoria, B.C. influenced musicians across the world and continue to be force in punk rock.

A Woman Of No Means

Author : Ethard Van Stee
ISBN : 9780595275786
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Born on a plantation in North Carolina, the young and beautiful Frances Emily Steele left home at age eighteen to seek her fortune across the sea. She pursued her life and loves from Edinburgh to Dublin to London. Adventures carried her from a life of privilege in Edinburgh, to the poverty of rural Ireland during the potato famine, and on to the halls of British power. Fanny dared to break free from the repression of Victorian womanhood to become a politically powerful figure who helped to topple a head of state during the Great Hunger. Her companions ranged from aristocrats to rural vigilantes; her enemies from Tories to common villains. Following in the footsteps of Mary Wollstonecroft, Madam de Staël, and George Sand, Fanny pursued her destiny of self-fulfillment and the furthering of women's rights.

A Finn Life By No Means

Author : Rose Finn
ISBN : 9781449071844
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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An insight into what life was like for a young man in Scotland and the North of England during the depression of the 1930s, constantly being laid off and seeking work. The respect held for his parents and family and a glimpse of a by gone time where a wonderful party was based on a glass of lemonade and dance round the church hall.

Addressing Rape Reform In Law And Practice

Author : Susan Caringella
ISBN : 0231134258
Genre : Law
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The first comprehensive book on rape since Susan Brownmiller's Against Our Will and Susan Estrich's Real Rape, this volume probes every aspect of rape law and the discrepancies between ideal law (on the books) and real law (in action). Susan Caringella canvasses the success and failure of reform in the United States, as well as Australia, Britain, Canada, and New Zealand, and assesses alternative perspectives on rape reform, making use of theoretical models, court cases and statistical data. She uniquely delineates a creative model for change while addressing the discretion that undermines efforts at change. This includes charging the accused and plea bargaining, confronting a lack of transparency and accountability in implementing law, and acquiring funding for such changes.

Yes Means No

Author : Howard E. Rogers
ISBN : 0822212862
Genre : Drama
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Criminalizing Sex

Author : Stuart P. Green
ISBN : 9780197507490
Genre : Law
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Starting in the latter part of the 20th century, the law of sexual offenses, especially in the West, began to reflect a striking divergence. On the one hand, the law became significantly more punitive in its approach to sexual conduct that is nonconsensual, as evidenced by a major expansion in the definition of rape and sexual assault, and the creation of new offenses like sex trafficking, child grooming, and revenge porn. On the other hand, it became markedly more permissive in how it dealt with conduct that is consensual, a trend that can be seen, for example, in the legalization or decriminalization of sodomy, adultery, and adult pornography. This book explores the conceptual and normative implications of this divergence. At the heart of the book is a consideration of a deeply contested question: How should a liberal system of criminal law adequately protect individuals in their right not to be subjected to sexual contact against their will, while also safeguarding their right to engage in (private consensual) sexual conduct in which they do wish to participate? The book develops a framework for harmonizing these goals in the context of a wide range of nonconsensual, consensual, and aconsensual sexual offenses (hence, the "unified" nature of the theory) -- including rape and sexual assault in a variety of forms, sexual harassment, voyeurism, indecent exposure, incest, sadomasochistic assault, prostitution, bestiality, and necrophilia. Intellectually rigorous, fair-minded, and deeply humane, Criminalizing Sex offers a fascinating discussion of a wide range of moral and legal puzzles, arising out of real-world cases of alleged sexual misconduct - a discussion that is all the more urgent in the age of #MeToo.

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