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“Children’s Book Author “Delores Connors” on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


Delores_ConnorsFor a child to go from a mainstream classroom to a special education class can be quite devastating. It is an emotional journey that can have a strong impact on the student’s learning.

Delores Connors, (pictured above), author of the children’s book “I Don’t Want to Go” takes a look at the dilemma that most children face when transitioning into special education. This realization represents a good start toward promoting understanding and respect for children faced with this prospect.

Join me tonight at 6:30 p.m. on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via blog talk radio, as I kick off Black History month by welcoming Ms. Connors as my special guest to discuss her new title and her role in helping parents, teachers and school administrators cope with this process.

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Children know Nothing about being Gay…Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


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What do children know about being gay? Yet it seems to be behavior that their exposed to in the home and in the lifestyles of their parents (s) and/or family members. But this is not a choice that children are aware of choosing.

However gender identity appears to be established and influenced by psychosocial factors during the first few years of a child’s life. Theories and psychologist outlined that for some adults who have gender identity disorder which leads to a homosexual or lesbian lifestyle, usually apply this behavior to their children.

It seems as though children are being recruited into a homosexual lifestyle, because a homosexual lifestyle is not genetic but inherited. Parents are easily the most important external force in the life of any child and, as would be suspected, contribute largely to the homosexual or heterosexual predisposition of their children.

As important as the father is in the life of a child, even he must take second place to mother during the first three years of life. The mother feeds the baby at her breast and spends far more time with him in infancy than does his dad. Consequently, mothers actually have more to do with producing a predisposition toward homosexuality than fathers.

Join me tonight on at 6:30 PM on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via “Blog Talk Radio” as I discuss, homosexual influences in a child’s development.

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Hope you’ll join me on the air!