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#182 - admiralshepard (11/07/2013) [-]
I am doubting that that is the reason as to why they were banned. They're annoying and can cause retina damage when shined in someone's eyes. Stronger lasers can also cause potential problems for passing air traffic. i.e. Pilots on approach don't enjoy being blinded when turning onto final. I can assure you, the banning of lasers has little to nothing to do with snipers.
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#180 - wiredguy (11/04/2013) [-]
Yes, they're capable of thought, but formulated opinions and the like are highly subject to change at such an age, especially on self-centred topics like this.
I was talking about the stage of adolescence, which is when identity questions really settle into the mind of a child.
Oral, anal, genital-locomotive, latent, adolescent, etc.
Were these... Freuds, Erikson's? I don't remember, maybe it goes wider than that
If you have more in depth knowledge on the topic of psychological development, forgive me.
And I totally agree with the whole thing about young children being almost genderless, it's funny that really, girls are actually fairly physically stronger than boys until puberty.
But at no point did I say anything self-hating, nor did I stereotype any group of people.
I realise that I'm a terrible wordsmith, but let me try to clarify a few things, and hopefully we can agree, because I find nothing at all contrasting with what you've said, so I trust that this is merely one of many lapses of communication on my part.
I was trying to focus more on the topic of genderqueers. So, parents who buy their children clothes clearly marketed for the opposite sex.
This has little to do with sexuality, though I assure you, even though it is not definite, thinking that an obsession with cosmetics and an appreciation for womens fashion is not an indicator that a man is at least significantly more likely to not be straight doesn't make much sense.
I just think that people really go too far with the whole "parenting done right" thing which pops up all over the place. Not because people should be restrictive of their child's will to crossdress, or whatever, but because in the majority of cases it's almost as if the parent is encouraging it.
And for the record, I love being gay. I think it's great, because you get to have a relationship with someone you can relate to better, but that's because I'm biased, and I'm sure if I were straight I would relate better with women.
#194 - ainise (11/04/2013) [-]
This man is being entirely unbiased. He isn't promoting it, he isn't dismissing it. He's simply being completely unbiased.
Let's put it another way. Disregard what exactly the piece of clothing is. If you saw something that was too small for a kid, but he brought it up to you and said "I want to wear this". What would your response be? It'd be "It's the wrong size" "Let me help you find something in your size". It isn't until you realize it's a boy and a dress that you notice that he is promoting cross-dressing. He is truly being unbiased.
And yes, Erikson's psychosocial stages are what you're talking about. These are really more focused on the social side, rather than the physical side. They all have to do with identity. Trust vs Mistrust, Autonomy vs Shame and doubt, Initiative vs Guilt, Industry vs Inferiority, etc. These are not 7 year periods. birth - 18 months, 2-3 years, 3-5, 6-11, 12-18, 19-40, 40-65, 65-death. 12-18 is the period you're thinking of.
12-18 is, socially, where you define yourself. Everyone goes through this period, even if they don't realize it. Suddenly things you used to enjoy become taboo, because you realize it isn't socially acceptable. This is where you decide the rules you are going to essentially live the rest of your life by. What you will enjoy, etc. You may break these rules later in your life, but as far as you know at the time...you will never do this, you will never do that. Points of absolution are formed here. You also find people attempting to strike out and prove themselves. Whether that be in a positive way(IE: School, straight As, etc.) or a negative way(drugs, alcohol, "fitting in", peer pressure, etc).
That has nothing to do with being able to think, though. That comes much earlier.
A good tidbit to remember if it has to do with Freud is asking: Does it involve sex? This helped me on a good bit through psych classes. If it doesn't have sex, it's not Freud.
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