Debunk 8 dating myths

Custer and the 7th Cavalry, among them being that Custer had long yellow hair and that he and his regiment carried sabers into the battle.Custer Did Not Listen to His Scouts Even using binoculars from the traditional Plains Indian lookout known as the Crow’s Nest, Colonel Custer of the 7th Cavalry had trouble seeing the village in the valley some 15 miles away. He believed them, but he wanted to wait one more day, until the morning of June 26, 1876, to attack. Actually there were at least one dozen villages larger, and geographical and spatial considerations illustrate the impossibility of the exaggerated size estimations.They are not encouraged to freely express themselves in a society that fears them. We don’t know them because, frankly, we don’t see them. When transgender people are represented in the media, they are often portrayed as over-sexualized, uncontrollable freaks (think “Jerry Springer”). So let’s confront some of the most common myths about transgender people, and change our ways of thinking about them. It’s true that many transgender people suffer from mental illness.When transgender people do live their lives in the open, they are deemed freaks, deviants, and perverts. Or are presented as drugged out prostitutes (think “Cops”). It’s easy to fall into the trap of stereotyping this group that you may find hard to understand. This is probably the most common misconception about trans people. But it’s not because of their gender identity alone!How many of your friends and family can properly define the term “transgender?” If you’re like most of us, the answer is, not many.When it comes to gender and sex, transgender people are breaking the rules. This can be confusing to us who inhabit more traditional gender roles, but to the transgender person, it is not confusing. That said, coming to the realization that you are trans, and coming out publically as trans, in a society that doesn’t accept or understand you be very confusing and hurtful.

Nagib made it clear that the relic was not for sale as it was too important for Nagib's family.The disease is progressive and irreversible -- but it isn't inevitable as we age.Nearly one million adults in the US identify as transgender.FACT: The labial “lips” are part of a woman’s vulva; the vulva is the outer part of a woman’s genital structure. The vagina is the inner canal, where penises, fingers, and sex toys go in, and babies come out.MYTH #3: Large labia are freakish and unattractive to men.