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Saturday, October 8 FAMILY | ALBUQUERQUE 2011 2012
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You remark, not very much the students on this blog, which is a good sign, it means they have a good time with their corresponding ...

Today program proposed by the families, I know that some people are like me alles has BALLOON FIESTA, and finally a flight this morning with cold white frost but bright sunshine and no wind.

Reminder Albuquerque is located on a plateau 1600m.

Others like me will borrow the Sandia Peak, the highest cable car in the world, we waited an hour but feel on arrival at 3200m altitude with 10cm of fresh snow, blue skies but temperatures below 0 degree but what a beautiful view of the huge plain of Albuquerque off with the Indian territory and local Navajo Indian pueblos. Tonight other students are likely to GLOW, night show of montgolfieres

FORWARD SO

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  • Avatar Mike Why wasn't there a shelter for me when I was a victim of non-self-defense violence from an ex-girlfriend?
    Aug 13, 2010 by Mike | Posted in Gender & Women's Studies
    • Society sees men different we are suppose to be tough and the ones to walk away from things like that and not take it. Men are abused by women pretty often actually. Psychology teaches us that women are actually more likely to be violent in a relationship than men. Tim

  • Avatar Roger Why do men not get access to shelters like women or counselling services/phonelines?
    Aug 30, 2010 by Roger | Posted in Gender & Women's Studies

    There are number news reports on youtube of men having to ring women's shelters to ask for help (as if they're gonna get treated equally by a women's shelter) isn't this gender inequality?

    According to a men …, especially seeing as men cannot use physical force to defend ourselves because that will most likely result in him being imprisoned for "violence against women".

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NomPlNWeIV8

    • Domestic violence against men is not fully understood and accepted yet and unfortunately male victims of DV do not get the help and support they need. There is a lot of stigma attached to being a male victim of DV especially if the perpetrator is a woman. Attitudes are starting to change but unfortunately I think it will take a long time before male and female victims of DV are treated equally.