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呼和浩特京美激光去掉雀斑多少钱内蒙古自治区第二附属医院整形美容中心A report based on a survey of nearly 30,000 respondents from all provinces in China reflecting the life experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people was launched at the ed Nations Compound in Beijing.日前,一份反映女同性恋、男同性恋、双性恋、跨性别和双性(LGBTI)人士生存现状的调查报告在北京联合国大楼发布,该调查覆盖我国所有省份的近3万名受访者。The report finds that many LGBTI people in China still live in the shadows, with only 5% of them willing to live their diversity openly. It shows that the majority of LGBTI people continue to face discrimination in many aspects of their lives, most importantly within the family, where the deepest forms of rejection and abuse reside, followed by schools and the workplace.该报告发现,我国许多LGBTI人士依然生活在阴影当中,其中仅5%愿意;出柜;。该报告显示,大部分LGBTI人士在生活的许多方面仍遭受歧视,尤其是在家庭内部,来自家庭的排拒和凌辱是最为根深蒂固的,学校和工作单位次之。The survey shows that access to health and social services remains difficult when one#39;s sexual orientation or gender diversity is known to, or even just suspected by, service providers.调查显示,当一个人的性倾向或性别与常人有所差异或者甚至仅仅是有嫌疑时,那么他们获得健康和社会务仍然是很困难的。Most importantly, however, the survey paints a country in transition, where the majority of people do not hold negative nor stereotypical views of LGBTI people, with young people being more open towards and accepting of sexual and gender diversity.不过,最重要的是,该调查表明我国公众的观点正在发生变化,大多数人对LGBTI人士并未持负面或刻板态度,年轻人对于性及性别多元现状的态度更为开放、包容。Jointly implemented by UNDP, Peking University Sociology Department and the Beijing LGBT Center, with great support from dozens of national and local community, business and media organizations, the survey aims to provide baseline information for both community and institutional organizations.由联合国开发计划署、北京大学社会学系和北京同志中心联合实施、由来自全国和当地社区、商业和媒体组织的大力持,这项调查的目的是为社区和机构组织提供基准信息。;LGBTI people represent some of the most marginalized and vulnerable populations in Asia and the Pacific, including China,; said Agi Veres, Country Director of UNDP China. ;Attention to their needs is therefore essential if we are to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.;联合国开发计划署驻华代表处主任文霭洁表示:“LGBTI代表了包括中国在内的亚洲和太平洋地区一些最边缘化的弱势群体,因此,如果我们要实现可持续发展目标,就必须留意他们的需求。” /201605/446855呼和浩特先天性腭裂 A school sent home multiple young girls due to the length of their skirts. Why? Administrators were concerned that the short hemlines would encourage ;boys to peer up them.;近日,一所学校把很多年轻女孩儿送回了家里,原因是她们的裙子长度问题。为什么呢?管理人员表示,他们担心短裙子会鼓励男孩子们;偷窥她们;。Reportedly 70 female students were sent home from Lord Grey secondary school in England after being informed that their skirt lengths didn#39;t pass the uniform test on the first day of term.据报道,在英国的格雷爵士高级中学,有70名女学生在开学的第一天被告知她们没能通过校检查,随后便被遣送回家。Chloe Hirst, a junior, spoke out against the decision, taking particular offense to the comments that her outfit was ;inappropriate; and calling out officials for the discriminatory decision. She explained, ;The boys never get any hassle; administrators are so sexist about it. I feel like it is disgusting how they ask women to dress modestly. They never used to be strict on skirts, but now it is ridiculous. They are always moaning that we are not doing enough work, yet they send us home for our uniform.;一名名叫克洛伊·克赫斯特的高二学生反对这项决定,特别是对于她的着装不合适的言论表示反对,并且称学校官员的决定带有歧视性。她解释称:“男孩儿从来没有这么多麻烦事情,管理人员有性别歧视。我觉着他们让女生穿得保守这件事情让人觉着恶心。他们以前从来没有管过裙子长短,现在这么做很荒唐。他们总是抱怨我们学习不努力,现在却因为我们的衣着而把我们送回家。”Her father, Jay Hirst, added, ;I can#39;t see what the problem is. She#39;s been wearing the same skirt for months, and they pull her up now. I can understand if a girl goes with a short, short skirt, then maybe, but this was ridiculous.;她的父亲杰·克赫斯特补充说道:“我不明白问题出在什么地方。她穿这件裙子有好几个月了,现在他们才开始训斥她。我能理解,如果一个女孩儿穿很短,很短的裙子,可能会...但是现在确实很荒唐。”However, head teacher Tracey Jones stands by her decision, insisting that the pupils were given ample notice to prepare for the uniform check.不过,学校的校长特雷西·琼斯依然坚持她的决定,并表示已经通知学生为校检查做好准备。;We are protecting our female students,; Jones said. ;They should look demure and modest and not appear oversexualized in figure-hugging trousers or very short skirts.; She noted that the school has a tower with six flights of stairs that the students climb on a daily basis. ;The last thing we want is boys peering up girls#39; skirts while they are climbing the stairs.;琼斯表示:“我们是在保护女学生,她们应该更端庄娴静,不应该穿得过于女性化,像穿着短裙以及紧身裤”。她指出,学校有一个六层高的塔楼,学生们每天都需要爬。琼斯说:“我们最不愿意看到的事情就是,当女孩儿们在上楼时,男孩儿在偷偷看她们的裙底。” /201604/439919内蒙古京美整形医院做祛疤手术多少钱

呼和浩特自体脂肪除皱Are you younger than 25 years old? You may want to appreciate this moment in life when your social circle is at its greatest. If you#39;re older, you may relate to what you next.你现在不到25岁吗?你可能会想感谢生命中这个时刻,你的社交圈是最棒的。如果你年纪再大点,你可能会接触到你接下来将要读到的情况了。Soon after your mid-20s, your social circle shrinks, according to a recent study by scientists from Aalto University in Finland and the University of Oxford in England.根据来自芬兰阿尔托大学和英国牛津大学科学家的最新研究成果显示,20来岁后不久,你的社交圈会开始缩小。The teams analyzed data from 3 million mobile phone users to identify the frequency and patterns of whom they contacted and when, as well as overall activity within their networks.该团队分析了来自300万个手机用户的数据,以此判定他们联系的频率和模式,以及在网络上的整体活跃度。Men and women were found to be socially promiscuous -- making more and more friends and social contacts -- until the age of 25, after which point they started losing them rapidly, with women losing them at an initially faster rate than men. The average 25-year-old woman contacts about 17.5 people per month, while a man contacts 19 people.男性和女性在25岁之前不断交友,社交联系频繁,处于泛交状态。之后他们会开始迅速失去朋友,最初女性失去朋友的速度快于男性。25岁的女性每月联系17.5个人,而25岁的男性每月联系19个人。This decline continues for the rest of your life, or at least until retirement.在余生中,朋友的数量会继续下降,至少退休之前是这样的。The theory is that around this age, people begin to decide who is most important -- and valuable -- in their life and make a greater effort to hold on to those friends.在25岁这个阶段,人们开始决定人生中哪些人是最重要和最有价值的朋友,并且为了保住这些朋友付出更多努力。;People become more focused on certain relationships and maintain those relationships,; said Kunal Bhattacharya, a postdoctoral researcher at Aalto University who co-authored the study. ;You have new family contacts developing, but your casual circle shrinks.;研究共同执笔人、阿尔托大学士后昆瑙·巴塔查雅表示:“人们开始更注重并努力维系某些关系,建立了新的家庭关系,日常生活圈却缩小了。”This applies to both partners and friends, and it stems largely from people wanting to settle down and raise a family.这同时适用于伴侣和朋友,主要源自于人们想安定下来建立家庭。;At the beginning of this age range, women are more focused,; Bhattacharya said, meaning women are more intent on finding the correct partner. Once they believe they have, they invest more time in nurturing that relationship and lose others of less value.巴塔查雅表示:“在这个年龄层初期,女性更加注重这方面”,意味女性更加倾向于寻找合适的伴侣。一旦认为找到了,就会投入更多时间培养这段关系,并舍弃其他较不具有价值的人。;Once you#39;ve made decisions and found the appropriate people, you can be much less socially promiscuous and invest your time in these people,; added Robin Dunbar, a professor of evolutionary psychology at the University of Oxford who co-authored the paper. ;But they can#39;t be just anybody,; he added.牛津大学进化心理学教授、该论文的共同作者罗宾·邓巴补充说道:“一旦你做出了决定并找到了合适的人,社交会更慎重,你会把时间投入到选择的人身上,而不是随意的任何人。”Trends were seen to change slightly in people#39;s late 30s: Men begin losing buddies at a faster rate. By the age of 39, the average man was contacting 12 people, while women were calling 15 people each month.人们30岁以后,这一趋势看起来有轻微的改变:男性开始以更快的速度失去伙伴。到39岁时,男性平均每月联系12个人,而女性每月联系15个人。Though the team emphasized that the rapid loss of friends happens in both men and women, experts generally consider this formation of an ;inner circle; to be more important to women, mainly due to them having children.尽管研究团队强调朋友快速流失同时出现在男性和女性身上,专家一般认为,“核心圈”模式对女性而言更重要,主要就是因为有了孩子。;You make the effort in return for some benefits,; said Dunbar, who believes that at this point, people will prioritize those who are more useful to them.邓巴表示:“你会为了某些回报付出努力”。他认为,人们在这个阶段,会把“较有利用价值的人”放在优先位置。At this point, contacts such as mothers, mothers-in-law, close friends and family come into play as they help people raise their children, known as the grandmother effect.在这一阶段,与母亲、伴侣的母亲、亲近的朋友和家人连系,有助人们养育孩子,称作祖母效应。;It#39;s the #39;tend and befriend#39; idea, meaning relationships become more important when you have children,; said Michael Price, director of the Center for Culture and Evolution at Brunel University London who was not involved in the study. ;You#39;re now investing in offspring for the rest of your lives.;“这种#39;照料与结盟#39;理念,意味着当你有孩子以后关系会变得更加重要,” 并未参与这项研究的英国布鲁内尔大学文化演变中心主任麦克尔·普里斯说道,“你正在为你以后的生活投资后代。”Price believes that men instead value more individualistic criteria, such as their achievements or status, once they have a family. ;It#39;s well established that close, personal relationships are more highly valued by women in general, while men value status more,; he said.普里斯认为,一旦男性拥有家庭后,会更加重视个体标准,如他们的成就或地位。他说:“经实,通常来说女性更重视亲密私人的关系,而男性更重视社会地位。” /201606/451284内蒙古附属医院激光去掉雀斑多少钱 呼市京美整形美容医院丰胸手术

呼和浩特京美整形绣眉多少钱1. You don#39;t have to see each other every day.你们不必每天都见面。If you can, then why not? But you don#39;t have to nag each other about you or your partner coming over just because you haven#39;t seen a glimpse of each other for the day (yet). For long-distance relationships, if you can insert that five-minute FaceTime before you head for work (and before he hits the sack), thengreat.如果能见面,为什么不见呢?但你们无需因为一天没见就烦恼着是你过去找他还是让他过来找你。对于异地恋来说,如果你们能在上班之前(和睡觉之前)抽出5分钟视频聊天就很好了。And this isn#39;t about not making time for seeing each other, it#39;s just that you#39;ve reached a point in your relationship when you#39;ve realized the difference about being there and being clingy. Minus the Skype, FaceTime and whatever call apps you use, you are present. And he knows that.我的意思不是说不要刻意为见面留出时间,只是你们的关系已经到了那种程度,你们已经明白在一起和腻在一起的区别。即使没有Skype、FaceTime以及你们使用的所有视频聊天工具,他也知道你的存在。2. You don#39;t have to update each other of the most minute of details...你们不必随时向对方更新自己的细节……...like if you#39;ve aly eaten, what you had for lunch, etc. every. single. day. You aren#39;t absorbed in the world you#39;ve created just for you and your boyfriend. Your boyfriend coexists with all the other characters and elements of your world. He#39;s a part of it -- maybe a major part of it -- but not it.……比如每天都要汇报是不是吃完饭了、午饭吃了什么等等。你不用完全沉浸于只属于你和男友的世界里,他在你的世界里和其他人和事物共存,他只是其中的一部分,可能是主要的部分,但并不是全部。3. You don#39;t impose your friends to be his friends and vice versa.你不会把自己的朋友强加给他,反之亦然。If they can be friends by themselves without your pushing and shoving them together, wouldn#39;t that be a bonus? But you respect both your guy and your friends and know that how you relate to his friends (or how he does to yours) isn#39;t an area where anyone could pass a judgment to your compatibility as a couple.如果没有你的推动和撮合他们自己就能成为朋友,那岂不是意外收获?但你要尊重你的男友和朋友,要知道你如何和他的朋友相处(或他如何和你的朋友相处)都不是评判恋人是否相处得好的标准。4. You don#39;t (try to) impress each other with the most expensive of gifts.你们无需用最昂贵的礼物来取悦彼此。If both of you can afford it is a different story. What I#39;m saying is there are some couples who spoil each other (or just the other) with very pricey items when that single present aly equates to a month#39;s total of his or her net pay. You#39;ve reached a maturity with finances and both of you would rather plan on your anniversary getaway or a major investment for your future.如果你们能买得起就另当别论了。我说的是有些情侣用过于昂贵的东西把对方惯坏了,这个礼物就花掉了他(或她)整整一个月的薪水。你们对钱的看法已经成熟了,你们都宁愿计划一年一次的旅行或做做未来的投资。5. You don#39;t use any filter when you talk.你们谈话时不会遮遮掩掩。Finances filter, family filter, girlfriends / boyfriends filter, exes-filter, etc -- everything is out in the open. Honesty has always been the best policy.金钱、家人、男女性友人、花销方面等等都不会遮遮掩掩,这些都是公开透明的,诚实总是最好的相处之道。6. You don#39;t torture yourself with boredom to death by pretending to like what he likes.你不用假装喜欢他喜欢的东西而把自己折磨得无聊得要死。Your guy enjoys games; you enjoy your books. Your guy enjoys outdoor sports; you enjoy a cup of coffee in your little nook. He listens to pop music; you worship The Script. While you give a chance for each other to get a peek of your world, you don#39;t force him into being in yours.你男朋友喜欢;但你喜欢读书。你男朋友喜欢户外运动;但你喜欢窝在小角落里喝咖啡。他听流行音乐;但你崇拜The Script乐队(摇滚风格)。你们给彼此一个机会探究对方的世界,但不必强迫他走进你的世界。7. You don#39;t care what he sees anymore when you#39;re without makeup and/or fresh from slumber.你不再在乎他看到你素颜和/或刚睡醒的样子。You#39;re past those days when you thought that you always have to put your #39;best face#39; forward. You#39;vebecome comfortable with being all natural. You#39;ve seen your beauty without makeup in his eyes.你们已经过了你总想着要展现自己美貌的时候,你表现出自然的一面也觉着很舒,你已经在他眼中看到了自己素颜的美。8. You don#39;t support him in all his rants and complaints about the world.你不会持他的吹嘘和对世界的抱怨。When he needs a good sermon, it#39;s you he hears it from. If he#39;s wrong, you tell him. There#39;s no sugarcoating when you think he needs a slap of reality. You don#39;t condone his wrong acts, you correct him. You don#39;t feed him with false ;it#39;s okay;s.当他需要启示时,他要从你这儿听到。如果他错了,你要告诉他,你认为他需要面对现实时你不必花言巧语。你不会宽恕他的错误,你要纠正他。你不会虚伪地说“没关系”来满足他。9. You don#39;t act like a curfew officer anymore.你不会再表现得像宵禁官。You know he#39;s going to have to make some time for his friends and you know he#39;s going to have to stay some nights out. You know him well to be sure that he#39;s going to go home when he thinks it#39;s time. And you respect his judgment of ;it#39;s time;.你知道他要留一些时间给朋友,知道他有时晚上要出去,你也很懂他,确信他知道什么时间该回家。你尊重他对“回家时间”的判断。10. You talk about the specifics of the future...你们细致地探讨未来…...10 years, 20 years from now. You share dreams of tomorrow. You see him in the big scenes of what lies ahead. You see him as your partner in accomplishing these dreams.……10年或20年以后。你们分享对未来的憧憬,你在未来的画面上能看到他的身影,你把他看成你实现这些梦想的伴侣。11. No buts, no ifs. He is your ally.没有“但是”,没有“如果”,你们是同盟。Whatever, whenever, wherever. It#39;s always going to be you and him against the world. You can take on whatever life throws at you because you know he will always be somewhere there -- either holding your hand before that big jump or just an inch behind you as you take that most dangerous step that you have to take by yourself. But you#39;re never really alone in the most literal sense; you will always have a sidekick.无论何事、无论何时、无论何地,永远都是你和他一起面对这个世界。你能承担起生活赐予你的一切,因为你知道他会永远在那儿——无论是纵身一跃之前握住你的手,还是当你不得不独自迈出危险一步时就站在你身后。你永远不会真正孤单;永远有人陪你同行。12. You value his thoughts. He values yours.你看重他的想法,他也重视你的想法。He has a say on the major changes in your life so as he does to those in yours. His opinion is taken in earnest because you know he#39;s one of the few people in the world who would sincerely and selflessly want the best for you. He would give it to you straight and simple. Sometimes, his thoughts would open you up to new wavelengths of thinking, make you affirm those thoughts that you aly hold or make you totally say no to some that you haven#39;t been sure about.对你生活中的重大改变他都有发言权,因为他参与了你的生活。你会认真考虑他的想法,因为你知道他是世界上仅有的几个真心实意而且无私地想要你过得好的人之一。他会直接简单地给出他的看法。有时他的想法会让你眼前一亮,给你带来新的想法,使你能肯定之前的想法或彻底否定你不确定的想法。13. You don#39;t really see or consider him as a boyfriend anymore.你其实不再把他看作男朋友了。He has become more like a brother? Err. No. He#39;s more like a brother and lover combined. He#39;s somewhere between those two. Not a brother, no longer a boyfriend, not yet a husband. LIFE MATE? That#39;s more like it.他变得更像一个兄弟?不对,他更像是兄弟和爱人的结合,有时介于两者之间。不是兄弟,不再是男朋友,但也还不是丈夫。那是生活伴侣?这个更贴切吧。 /201605/444408 内蒙古解放军第253医院脱毛手术多少钱内蒙古医学院附属医院激光祛太田痣多少钱



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