Monday, March 31, 2014

Transgender woman in Philippines files complaint after being forced to leave female restroom

Transgender woman in Philippines files complaint after being forced to leave female restroom

2 security guards at call center company charged for violating city ordinance which prohibits 'all discriminatory acts against homosexuals in the workplace'
Call center employee Mara La Torre
Image: YouTube
A transgender woman working at a call center company in Quezon City has filed a criminal complaint against two security guards for prohibiting her to use the company’s female restroom.
According to The Philippine Star, 22-year-old Mara La Torre, a call center agent, said that she was using the female bathroom at her workplace in Fairview, Quezon City when Anne May Pacheco, a security guard, asked her to leave as she is not allowed to use it since it is only for females.
When La Torre insisted that she was a woman, Pacheco said she was only following orders from her supervisor Mineleus Llegunas.
Pacheco and her supervisor, who are both employed by NC Lanting Security Specialty Agency and assigned to the call centre at the time, have been charged for violating Quezon City Ordinance No. SP-1309 S-2003, which prohibits ‘all discriminatory acts against homosexuals in the workplace, whether in hiring, treatment, promotion or dismissal, in both the government and private sector.’
The ordinance penalizes discrimination against homosexuals with a fine of up to P5,000 and up to six months in prison. It however does not mention discrimination against transgender people.
La Torre, who identifies as transgender woman, said the action of the security guards affected her health to the point that she had to reduce her water intake, and that it has affected her job performance. Her workplace has no unisex toilet that she could use.
'Sometimes I need to use the female restroom,' she said in Filipino. 'But because of the reasons I mentioned, the right side of my tummy is beginning to ache because I dare not urinate.'
She also alleged that she’s not also allowed to use the female sleeping quarters. She said, 'It is difficult as I need to sleep because sometimes I’m already in the office five hours before my shift. I’m assigned at night and it’s hard to get a ride at that time.'
La Torre’s said her employer Teleperformance had told her that an employee’s gender is determined solely based on that stated in his or her birth certificate.
The Star quoted La Torre’s lawyer Clara Rita Padilla as saying that her client is seeking justice through the Quezon City ordinance, the first passed in the Philippines protecting the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender people against discrimination in the workplace.
'All employers and employees in Quezon City should know about this ordinance to prevent discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity,' she said. 'Mara is very courageous in standing up for her rights.'
Gender and Development Advocates (GANDA) Filipinas, a human rights organization that promotes the dignity and equality of transgender people, has applauded La Torre for filing a complaint against her employer for discrimination based on her gender identity.
The Association of Transgender People of the Philippines said it backs La Torre's complaint and will monitor the case closely. Dindi Tan, political, legal, and interorganizational head for the group, told GMA News that the case is "a good test to see if this ordinance has teeth."
- See more at: http://www.gaystarnews.com/article/transgender-woman-philippines-files-complaint-after-being-forced-leave-female-restroom300314#sthash.zau89RMR.dpuf

2 security guards at call center company charged for violating city ordinance which prohibits 'all discriminatory acts against homosexuals in the workplace'
30 March 2014 | By Sylvia Tan

Image: YouTube
A transgender woman working at a call center company in Quezon City has filed a criminal complaint against two security guards for prohibiting her to use the company’s female restroom.
According to The Philippine Star, 22-year-old Mara La Torre, a call center agent, said that she was using the female bathroom at her workplace in Fairview, Quezon City when Anne May Pacheco, a security guard, asked her to leave as she is not allowed to use it since it is only for females.
When La Torre insisted that she was a woman, Pacheco said she was only following orders from her supervisor Mineleus Llegunas.
Pacheco and her supervisor, who are both employed by NC Lanting Security Specialty Agency and assigned to the call centre at the time, have been charged for violating Quezon City Ordinance No. SP-1309 S-2003, which prohibits ‘all discriminatory acts against homosexuals in the workplace, whether in hiring, treatment, promotion or dismissal, in both the government and private sector.’ 
The ordinance penalizes discrimination against homosexuals with a fine of up to P5,000 and up to six months in prison. It however does not mention discrimination against transgender people.
La Torre, who identifies as transgender woman, said the action of the security guards affected her health to the point that she had to reduce her water intake, and that it has affected her job performance. Her workplace has no unisex toilet that she could use.
'Sometimes I need to use the female restroom,' she said in Filipino. 'But because of the reasons I mentioned, the right side of my tummy is beginning to ache because I dare not urinate.'
She also alleged that she’s not also allowed to use the female sleeping quarters. She said, 'It is difficult as I need to sleep because sometimes I’m already in the office five hours before my shift. I’m assigned at night and it’s hard to get a ride at that time.'
La Torre’s said her employer Teleperformance had told her that an employee’s gender is determined solely based on that stated in his or her birth certificate.
The Star quoted La Torre’s lawyer Clara Rita Padilla as saying that her client is seeking justice through the Quezon City ordinance, the first passed in the Philippines protecting the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender people against discrimination in the workplace.
'All employers and employees in Quezon City should know about this ordinance to prevent discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity,' she said. 'Mara is very courageous in standing up for her rights.'
Gender and Development Advocates (GANDA) Filipinas, a human rights organization that promotes the dignity and equality of transgender people, has applauded La Torre for filing a complaint against her employer for discrimination based on her gender identity.
The Association of Transgender People of the Philippines said it backs La Torre's complaint and will monitor the case closely. Dindi Tan, political, legal, and interorganizational head for the group, told GMA News that the case is "a good test to see if this ordinance has teeth."
- See more at: http://www.gaystarnews.com/article/transgender-woman-philippines-files-complaint-after-being-forced-leave-female-restroom300314#sthash.zau89RMR.dpu


Transgender woman in Philippines files complaint after being forced to leave female restroom

2 security guards at call center company charged for violating city ordinance which prohibits 'all discriminatory acts against homosexuals in the workplace'
Call center employee Mara La Torre
Image: YouTube
A transgender woman working at a call center company in Quezon City has filed a criminal complaint against two security guards for prohibiting her to use the company’s female restroom.
According to The Philippine Star, 22-year-old Mara La Torre, a call center agent, said that she was using the female bathroom at her workplace in Fairview, Quezon City when Anne May Pacheco, a security guard, asked her to leave as she is not allowed to use it since it is only for females.
When La Torre insisted that she was a woman, Pacheco said she was only following orders from her supervisor Mineleus Llegunas.
Pacheco and her supervisor, who are both employed by NC Lanting Security Specialty Agency and assigned to the call centre at the time, have been charged for violating Quezon City Ordinance No. SP-1309 S-2003, which prohibits ‘all discriminatory acts against homosexuals in the workplace, whether in hiring, treatment, promotion or dismissal, in both the government and private sector.’
The ordinance penalizes discrimination against homosexuals with a fine of up to P5,000 and up to six months in prison. It however does not mention discrimination against transgender people.
La Torre, who identifies as transgender woman, said the action of the security guards affected her health to the point that she had to reduce her water intake, and that it has affected her job performance. Her workplace has no unisex toilet that she could use.
'Sometimes I need to use the female restroom,' she said in Filipino. 'But because of the reasons I mentioned, the right side of my tummy is beginning to ache because I dare not urinate.'
She also alleged that she’s not also allowed to use the female sleeping quarters. She said, 'It is difficult as I need to sleep because sometimes I’m already in the office five hours before my shift. I’m assigned at night and it’s hard to get a ride at that time.'
La Torre’s said her employer Teleperformance had told her that an employee’s gender is determined solely based on that stated in his or her birth certificate.
The Star quoted La Torre’s lawyer Clara Rita Padilla as saying that her client is seeking justice through the Quezon City ordinance, the first passed in the Philippines protecting the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender people against discrimination in the workplace.
'All employers and employees in Quezon City should know about this ordinance to prevent discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity,' she said. 'Mara is very courageous in standing up for her rights.'
Gender and Development Advocates (GANDA) Filipinas, a human rights organization that promotes the dignity and equality of transgender people, has applauded La Torre for filing a complaint against her employer for discrimination based on her gender identity.
The Association of Transgender People of the Philippines said it backs La Torre's complaint and will monitor the case closely. Dindi Tan, political, legal, and interorganizational head for the group, told GMA News that the case is "a good test to see if this ordinance has teeth."
- See more at: http://www.gaystarnews.com/article/transgender-woman-philippines-files-complaint-after-being-forced-leave-female-restroom300314#sthash.zau89RMR.dpuf

Transgender woman in Philippines files complaint after being forced to leave female restroom

2 security guards at call center company charged for violating city ordinance which prohibits 'all discriminatory acts against homosexuals in the workplace'
Call center employee Mara La Torre
Image: YouTube
A transgender woman working at a call center company in Quezon City has filed a criminal complaint against two security guards for prohibiting her to use the company’s female restroom.
According to The Philippine Star, 22-year-old Mara La Torre, a call center agent, said that she was using the female bathroom at her workplace in Fairview, Quezon City when Anne May Pacheco, a security guard, asked her to leave as she is not allowed to use it since it is only for females.
When La Torre insisted that she was a woman, Pacheco said she was only following orders from her supervisor Mineleus Llegunas.
Pacheco and her supervisor, who are both employed by NC Lanting Security Specialty Agency and assigned to the call centre at the time, have been charged for violating Quezon City Ordinance No. SP-1309 S-2003, which prohibits ‘all discriminatory acts against homosexuals in the workplace, whether in hiring, treatment, promotion or dismissal, in both the government and private sector.’
The ordinance penalizes discrimination against homosexuals with a fine of up to P5,000 and up to six months in prison. It however does not mention discrimination against transgender people.
La Torre, who identifies as transgender woman, said the action of the security guards affected her health to the point that she had to reduce her water intake, and that it has affected her job performance. Her workplace has no unisex toilet that she could use.
'Sometimes I need to use the female restroom,' she said in Filipino. 'But because of the reasons I mentioned, the right side of my tummy is beginning to ache because I dare not urinate.'
She also alleged that she’s not also allowed to use the female sleeping quarters. She said, 'It is difficult as I need to sleep because sometimes I’m already in the office five hours before my shift. I’m assigned at night and it’s hard to get a ride at that time.'
La Torre’s said her employer Teleperformance had told her that an employee’s gender is determined solely based on that stated in his or her birth certificate.
The Star quoted La Torre’s lawyer Clara Rita Padilla as saying that her client is seeking justice through the Quezon City ordinance, the first passed in the Philippines protecting the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender people against discrimination in the workplace.
'All employers and employees in Quezon City should know about this ordinance to prevent discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity,' she said. 'Mara is very courageous in standing up for her rights.'
Gender and Development Advocates (GANDA) Filipinas, a human rights organization that promotes the dignity and equality of transgender people, has applauded La Torre for filing a complaint against her employer for discrimination based on her gender identity.
The Association of Transgender People of the Philippines said it backs La Torre's complaint and will monitor the case closely. Dindi Tan, political, legal, and interorganizational head for the group, told GMA News that the case is "a good test to see if this ordinance has teeth."
- See more at: http://www.gaystarnews.com/article/transgender-woman-philippines-files-complaint-after-being-forced-leave-female-restroom300314#sthash.zau89RMR.dpuf

Boy Raised by Apes Discovered in Malaysia

 
Borneo| Malaysian authorities have announced this morning that they had finally been able to capture the “feral child of Borneo” that had been reported by hundreds of different villagers of the region over the last two last two years and had become the focus of the local media recently. The young boy had been reported to accompany a group of Bornean ourangutans that seemed to have adopted him as one of there own.
“We are trying to establish the actual age and identity of the boy” explains Osman Mahmat Rahman, public relations officer for the Royal Malaysia Police (RMP). “The boy is extremely nervous and aggressive when approached by humans and that made his capture quite complicated, especially since the other ourangutans attempted vigorously to defend him. We had to “tranquilize” three of the adult apes using darts filled with sedatives, before we could lay our hands on the child. We really went to great lengths to make sure we did not injure him during the operation. The boy was immediately taken to the hospital and was put under the custody of agents from the Social Welfare Department.”
A preliminary evaluation realized by doctors at the Borneo Medical Center, allowed to determine that the boy was in suprisingly good health considering the circumstances, having grown rather normally and showing no signs of malnutrition.  The observations also show that he had probably been living with the group of primates for at least two or three years, as he seems to have forgotten all previous forms of human socialisation.
“For now, the identity of the boy and the circumstances under which he found himself with this group of primates remain a mystery” states Aisyah Megat, a social worker who had the occasion of observing the child for a few hours. “We cannot say yet, whether he was victim of an accident or of negligence, all we know is that he is between four and seven years old, and look in good shape. What we really care about for now is to make sure that he is healthy and that he is able to gradually return to a “normal” human life. He is obviously very stressed at the moment, so we’re trying to confort him and make him feel more secure.”
Other alleged cases of feral children raised by primates have been documented in recent years. One of the most mediatized was Belo, the Nigerian Chimp Boy in 1996, who was about two years of age and had allegedly been raised by chimpanzees for a year and a half. Another case worthy of comparison is that of John Ssebunya in Uganda, who was found in 1991 after being raised by monkeys for several years in the jungle.
- See more at: http://worldnewsdailyreport.com/boy-raised-by-apes-discovered-in-malaysia/#sthash.bqFm6YWz.dpuf
Borneo| Malaysian authorities have announced this morning that they had finally been able to capture the “feral child of Borneo” that had been reported by hundreds of different villagers of the region over the last two last two years and had become the focus of the local media recently. The young boy had been reported to accompany a group of Bornean ourangutans that seemed to have adopted him as one of there own.
“We are trying to establish the actual age and identity of the boy” explains Osman Mahmat Rahman, public relations officer for the Royal Malaysia Police (RMP). “The boy is extremely nervous and aggressive when approached by humans and that made his capture quite complicated, especially since the other ourangutans attempted vigorously to defend him. We had to “tranquilize” three of the adult apes using darts filled with sedatives, before we could lay our hands on the child. We really went to great lengths to make sure we did not injure him during the operation. The boy was immediately taken to the hospital and was put under the custody of agents from the Social Welfare Department.”
A preliminary evaluation realized by doctors at the Borneo Medical Center, allowed to determine that the boy was in suprisingly good health considering the circumstances, having grown rather normally and showing no signs of malnutrition.  The observations also show that he had probably been living with the group of primates for at least two or three years, as he seems to have forgotten all previous forms of human socialisation.
“For now, the identity of the boy and the circumstances under which he found himself with this group of primates remain a mystery” states Aisyah Megat, a social worker who had the occasion of observing the child for a few hours. “We cannot say yet, whether he was victim of an accident or of negligence, all we know is that he is between four and seven years old, and look in good shape. What we really care about for now is to make sure that he is healthy and that he is able to gradually return to a “normal” human life. He is obviously very stressed at the moment, so we’re trying to confort him and make him feel more secure.”
Other alleged cases of feral children raised by primates have been documented in recent years. One of the most mediatized was Belo, the Nigerian Chimp Boy in 1996, who was about two years of age and had allegedly been raised by chimpanzees for a year and a half. Another case worthy of comparison is that of John Ssebunya in Uganda, who was found in 1991 after being raised by monkeys for several years in the jungle.
- See more at: http://worldnewsdailyreport.com/boy-raised-by-apes-discovered-in-malaysia/#sthash.bqFm6YWz.dpuf
Borneo| Malaysian authorities have announced this morning that they had finally been able to capture the “feral child of Borneo” that had been reported by hundreds of different villagers of the region over the last two last two years and had become the focus of the local media recently. The young boy had been reported to accompany a group of Bornean ourangutans that seemed to have adopted him as one of there own.
“We are trying to establish the actual age and identity of the boy” explains Osman Mahmat Rahman, public relations officer for the Royal Malaysia Police (RMP). “The boy is extremely nervous and aggressive when approached by humans and that made his capture quite complicated, especially since the other ourangutans attempted vigorously to defend him. We had to “tranquilize” three of the adult apes using darts filled with sedatives, before we could lay our hands on the child. We really went to great lengths to make sure we did not injure him during the operation. The boy was immediately taken to the hospital and was put under the custody of agents from the Social Welfare Department.”
A preliminary evaluation realized by doctors at the Borneo Medical Center, allowed to determine that the boy was in suprisingly good health considering the circumstances, having grown rather normally and showing no signs of malnutrition.  The observations also show that he had probably been living with the group of primates for at least two or three years, as he seems to have forgotten all previous forms of human socialisation.
“For now, the identity of the boy and the circumstances under which he found himself with this group of primates remain a mystery” states Aisyah Megat, a social worker who had the occasion of observing the child for a few hours. “We cannot say yet, whether he was victim of an accident or of negligence, all we know is that he is between four and seven years old, and look in good shape. What we really care about for now is to make sure that he is healthy and that he is able to gradually return to a “normal” human life. He is obviously very stressed at the moment, so we’re trying to confort him and make him feel more secure.”
Other alleged cases of feral children raised by primates have been documented in recent years. One of the most mediatized was Belo, the Nigerian Chimp Boy in 1996, who was about two years of age and had allegedly been raised by chimpanzees for a year and a half. Another case worthy of comparison is that of John Ssebunya in Uganda, who was found in 1991 after being raised by monkeys for several years in the jungle.
- See more at: http://worldnewsdailyreport.com/boy-raised-by-apes-discovered-in-malaysia/#sthash.bqFm6YWz.dpuf
Borneo| Malaysian authorities have announced this morning that they had finally been able to capture the “feral child of Borneo” that had been reported by hundreds of different villagers of the region over the last two last two years and had become the focus of the local media recently. The young boy had been reported to accompany a group of Bornean ourangutans that seemed to have adopted him as one of there own.
“We are trying to establish the actual age and identity of the boy” explains Osman Mahmat Rahman, public relations officer for the Royal Malaysia Police (RMP). “The boy is extremely nervous and aggressive when approached by humans and that made his capture quite complicated, especially since the other ourangutans attempted vigorously to defend him. We had to “tranquilize” three of the adult apes using darts filled with sedatives, before we could lay our hands on the child. We really went to great lengths to make sure we did not injure him during the operation. The boy was immediately taken to the hospital and was put under the custody of agents from the Social Welfare Department.”
A preliminary evaluation realized by doctors at the Borneo Medical Center, allowed to determine that the boy was in suprisingly good health considering the circumstances, having grown rather normally and showing no signs of malnutrition.  The observations also show that he had probably been living with the group of primates for at least two or three years, as he seems to have forgotten all previous forms of human socialisation.
“For now, the identity of the boy and the circumstances under which he found himself with this group of primates remain a mystery” states Aisyah Megat, a social worker who had the occasion of observing the child for a few hours. “We cannot say yet, whether he was victim of an accident or of negligence, all we know is that he is between four and seven years old, and look in good shape. What we really care about for now is to make sure that he is healthy and that he is able to gradually return to a “normal” human life. He is obviously very stressed at the moment, so we’re trying to confort him and make him feel more secure.”
Other alleged cases of feral children raised by primates have been documented in recent years. One of the most mediatized was Belo, the Nigerian Chimp Boy in 1996, who was about two years of age and had allegedly been raised by chimpanzees for a year and a half. Another case worthy of comparison is that of John Ssebunya in Uganda, who was found in 1991 after being raised by monkeys for several years in the jungle.
- See more at: http://worldnewsdailyreport.com/boy-raised-by-apes-discovered-in-malaysia/#sthash.bqFm6YWz.dpuf

Boy Raised by Apes Discovered in Malaysia

wildkid
Borneo| Malaysian authorities have announced this morning that they had finally been able to capture the “feral child of Borneo” that had been reported by hundreds of different villagers of the region over the last two last two years and had become the focus of the local media recently. The young boy had been reported to accompany a group of Bornean ourangutans that seemed to have adopted him as one of there own.
“We are trying to establish the actual age and identity of the boy” explains Osman Mahmat Rahman, public relations officer for the Royal Malaysia Police (RMP). “The boy is extremely nervous and aggressive when approached by humans and that made his capture quite complicated, especially since the other ourangutans attempted vigorously to defend him. We had to “tranquilize” three of the adult apes using darts filled with sedatives, before we could lay our hands on the child. We really went to great lengths to make sure we did not injure him during the operation. The boy was immediately taken to the hospital and was put under the custody of agents from the Social Welfare Department.”
A preliminary evaluation realized by doctors at the Borneo Medical Center, allowed to determine that the boy was in suprisingly good health considering the circumstances, having grown rather normally and showing no signs of malnutrition.  The observations also show that he had probably been living with the group of primates for at least two or three years, as he seems to have forgotten all previous forms of human socialisation.
“For now, the identity of the boy and the circumstances under which he found himself with this group of primates remain a mystery” states Aisyah Megat, a social worker who had the occasion of observing the child for a few hours. “We cannot say yet, whether he was victim of an accident or of negligence, all we know is that he is between four and seven years old, and look in good shape. What we really care about for now is to make sure that he is healthy and that he is able to gradually return to a “normal” human life. He is obviously very stressed at the moment, so we’re trying to confort him and make him feel more secure.”
Other alleged cases of feral children raised by primates have been documented in recent years. One of the most mediatized was Belo, the Nigerian Chimp Boy in 1996, who was about two years of age and had allegedly been raised by chimpanzees for a year and a half. Another case worthy of comparison is that of John Ssebunya in Uganda, who was found in 1991 after being raised by monkeys for several years in the jungle.
- See more at: http://worldnewsdailyreport.com/boy-raised-by-apes-discovered-in-malaysia/#sthash.bqFm6YWz.dpuf

Boy Raised by Apes Discovered in Malaysia

wildkid
Borneo| Malaysian authorities have announced this morning that they had finally been able to capture the “feral child of Borneo” that had been reported by hundreds of different villagers of the region over the last two last two years and had become the focus of the local media recently. The young boy had been reported to accompany a group of Bornean ourangutans that seemed to have adopted him as one of there own.
“We are trying to establish the actual age and identity of the boy” explains Osman Mahmat Rahman, public relations officer for the Royal Malaysia Police (RMP). “The boy is extremely nervous and aggressive when approached by humans and that made his capture quite complicated, especially since the other ourangutans attempted vigorously to defend him. We had to “tranquilize” three of the adult apes using darts filled with sedatives, before we could lay our hands on the child. We really went to great lengths to make sure we did not injure him during the operation. The boy was immediately taken to the hospital and was put under the custody of agents from the Social Welfare Department.”
A preliminary evaluation realized by doctors at the Borneo Medical Center, allowed to determine that the boy was in suprisingly good health considering the circumstances, having grown rather normally and showing no signs of malnutrition.  The observations also show that he had probably been living with the group of primates for at least two or three years, as he seems to have forgotten all previous forms of human socialisation.
“For now, the identity of the boy and the circumstances under which he found himself with this group of primates remain a mystery” states Aisyah Megat, a social worker who had the occasion of observing the child for a few hours. “We cannot say yet, whether he was victim of an accident or of negligence, all we know is that he is between four and seven years old, and look in good shape. What we really care about for now is to make sure that he is healthy and that he is able to gradually return to a “normal” human life. He is obviously very stressed at the moment, so we’re trying to confort him and make him feel more secure.”
Other alleged cases of feral children raised by primates have been documented in recent years. One of the most mediatized was Belo, the Nigerian Chimp Boy in 1996, who was about two years of age and had allegedly been raised by chimpanzees for a year and a half. Another case worthy of comparison is that of John Ssebunya in Uganda, who was found in 1991 after being raised by monkeys for several years in the jungle.
- See more at: http://worldnewsdailyreport.com/boy-raised-by-apes-discovered-in-malaysia/#sthash.bqFm6YWz.dpuf

Boy Raised by Apes Discovered in Malaysia

wildkid
Borneo| Malaysian authorities have announced this morning that they had finally been able to capture the “feral child of Borneo” that had been reported by hundreds of different villagers of the region over the last two last two years and had become the focus of the local media recently. The young boy had been reported to accompany a group of Bornean ourangutans that seemed to have adopted him as one of there own.
“We are trying to establish the actual age and identity of the boy” explains Osman Mahmat Rahman, public relations officer for the Royal Malaysia Police (RMP). “The boy is extremely nervous and aggressive when approached by humans and that made his capture quite complicated, especially since the other ourangutans attempted vigorously to defend him. We had to “tranquilize” three of the adult apes using darts filled with sedatives, before we could lay our hands on the child. We really went to great lengths to make sure we did not injure him during the operation. The boy was immediately taken to the hospital and was put under the custody of agents from the Social Welfare Department.”
A preliminary evaluation realized by doctors at the Borneo Medical Center, allowed to determine that the boy was in suprisingly good health considering the circumstances, having grown rather normally and showing no signs of malnutrition.  The observations also show that he had probably been living with the group of primates for at least two or three years, as he seems to have forgotten all previous forms of human socialisation.
“For now, the identity of the boy and the circumstances under which he found himself with this group of primates remain a mystery” states Aisyah Megat, a social worker who had the occasion of observing the child for a few hours. “We cannot say yet, whether he was victim of an accident or of negligence, all we know is that he is between four and seven years old, and look in good shape. What we really care about for now is to make sure that he is healthy and that he is able to gradually return to a “normal” human life. He is obviously very stressed at the moment, so we’re trying to confort him and make him feel more secure.”
Other alleged cases of feral children raised by primates have been documented in recent years. One of the most mediatized was Belo, the Nigerian Chimp Boy in 1996, who was about two years of age and had allegedly been raised by chimpanzees for a year and a half. Another case worthy of comparison is that of John Ssebunya in Uganda, who was found in 1991 after being raised by monkeys for several years in the jungle.
- See more at: http://worldnewsdailyreport.com/boy-raised-by-apes-discovered-in-malaysia/#sthash.bqFm6YWz.dpuf

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Children and Youth | Interested In How to be part of an Emerging Green Company

The Backwards Rider Show 
I often take a moment to think about new born who are sensitive to the quality of air upon the first breathe taking coming into this world.

Surfaced the first year spent in Vancouver, BC and now am open to meet people who have always had a vision to build up on new companies needing the assistance but do not have the frame work except what is already advertised to the public.  I do have my own story as to why and when I refrain from driving a gas vehicle or better for me to say to operate a vehicles of mass destruction. I think children, youth are actually terrified of the sleeping gas car they just don't express it that way and mask the fear of  a large truck bellowing down the road and stinky cars with "oh I like that one and this one only because adults seem cold and don't really have an open mind about how to comfort those who think differently
(its not like your going to get a child arguing with an adult about what the operation of the gas cars that exist now is catastrophic).
The engine is a product of the cold war and should be deemed an illegal and dangerous to be replaced with green vehicles for public use only...
Kids should be at ease and feel hopeful at our green goals...
We hope you feel the same way...
I have checked out quite a few electric vehicle companies and they are right on track with an example for the concept of how another community would go about the honor and respect citizens of their countries and neighbors of those communities




Sunday, March 9, 2014

Welcome to HearingLife Canada

hearing-aidHearingLife Canada is a full-service hearing healthcare provider with 19 hearing aid centres in British Columbia, Manitoba, and Nova Scotia.
Our mission is to provide individuals who have a hearing loss with the most professional, comprehensive, and convenient hearing healthcare services, including high-quality, affordable hearing aids, and the counselling and assistance they need to enhance the quality of their lives through better hearing.
All of our hearing aid centres offer no cost, no obligation hearing assessments by certified hearing healthcare professionals, and a broad selection of brand-name, digital hearing aids and assistive listening devices at affordable prices.
If you have questions about your hearing, we have the answers! See clinic for more information,
or call 1-888-813-9115 to reach a location near you.

The Nation's Voice for People with Hearing Loss

Superwoman - Backwards Riders


Website: Share & Donate
New comers: Elites and Supreme beings living on the earth I am here to guide and encourage those who are taking care of them themselves and others - (deaf and hearing impaired)

I will personally get with those fe-males who have a healthy consciousness, good intentions, the needed attention and time for their building up the bridge of their future which has always been in transition.

We may begin a group setting by boarding a train, bus, aircraft and or bicycle.

Superwomen in this World - Dispells Darkness

Shared by Veronica Campbell