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Social, Spiritual, and Sexual Symbolism: The Bull in O’Connor’s “Greenleaf”

Flannery O’Connor’s short story, “Greenleaf,” is a sharp tale that is full of spiritual, social, and sexual symbolism. O’Connor’s overarching theme in her fiction is spiritual redemption through violence (Bernardo). In the case of main character in “Greenleaf,” redemption for Mrs. May comes at her life’s expense. Mrs. May is...

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Common Alterations in Reproductive Functioning

The main pathophysiological change in this disorder is an inflammation of the vagina or cervix. Cervical mucus generally provides a barrier from infection, but if the vagina is inflamed then this efficacy is reduced, allowing the inflammation to spread upwards into other areas of the reproductive system. This inflammation may...

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320 words | 3 page(s)
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America’s Treatment of Sex Offenders: A Rhetorical Analysis of Two Articles

When 7-year-old Megan Kanka was raped and murdered by a neighbor who had prior sex convictions, the federal government responded by passing “Megan’s Law”, which required officials to make sex offender registries available to the public.Two articles were written in response to the effects of Megan’s Law. One of them...

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The Risk of contracting HIV in homeless population

To decrease the opportunity for infection of HIV in the homeless, you should feel empowered to take control of your own health. You are solely responsible for your own health. You should know where the local health facilities are and where you can get prophylactics. You should feel confident in...

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592 words | 3 page(s)
The most common STDS among teens today

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are commonly defined as infections that are spread by any kind of sexual intercourse, especially vaginal, oral and anal sex. With that being said, one can also get an STD by simply touching someone else’s infected area or sore/s – i.e. through skin to skin contact....

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904 words | 4 page(s)