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武汉/阴茎脖不起来是阳痿吗武汉/睾丸有个硬硬的东西My husband, Clay, does the laundry. He also cooks a mean dinner and manages our 7-year-old#39;s schedule with the seamless precision of the Blue Angels.我丈夫克莱(Clay)负责洗衣。他晚餐做得也不赖,另外,他还负责安排我们七岁女儿的日程表,精准度甚至可以媲美“蓝天使”特技飞行队(Blue Angels)。Clay loves what he does, and he#39;s proud that he does it all so well. But, he also concedes, it comes with a price.克莱喜欢他现在所做的事情,并且对自己能够这么胜任颇感自豪。但是,他也承认,为此他付出了一些代价。Clay resents the perception that some people (including some ers) have that he is henpecked, or that he doesn#39;t contribute enough to the family. He has at times felt isolated among stay-at-home moms, or shunned by the dads who find his situation odd, or threatening.克莱非常反感一些人(包括一些读者)把他看作“妻管严”,或认为他没有为家庭做出足够的贡献。在全职妈妈们的圈子里,他时常会感到孤单,他还会被那些认为他的家庭角色尴尬或具有威胁性的爸爸们拒之千里。Amid all the talk of women ;leaning in; to their careers, Clay says that he would like to hear more stories about men who are leaning into their families, as he did after shutting down his contracting business when the housing market collapsed nearly three years ago.有关女性“投身于”事业的讨论称得上铺天盖地,克莱说,他希望看到更多讲述男性献身家庭的故事。差不多三年前,在房地产市场暴跌后,克莱关闭了自己日益不景气的公司。此后,他便承担起照顾家庭的重任。So for Clay, this is one of those stories.因此,对克莱来说,他的故事便是一个这样的故事。Clay never anticipated being a stay-at-home father. Seeing his business succumb despite his best efforts to keep it going was sad and stressful for both of us.克莱从未想过自己会成为一名全职爸爸。尽管他使出了浑身解数,但仍未能保住自己的公司,这对我们两个人来说都是既伤感又沉重的一件事情。But when I was offered a promotion, he encouraged me to take it, even though it involved frequent travel and would require him to become a full-time parent. Our daughter was 4 years old at the time, and he felt he could do the greatest good for the family by being there for her—and for me.但是,当我得到了一次升迁机会的时候,他却鼓励我接受这个机会,尽管新岗位需要频繁出差,而这要求他不得不成为全职爸爸。我们的女儿那时候四岁,克莱觉得最有利于这个家庭的选择就是陪伴在她身边──也陪伴在我身边。Although society has progressed in its acceptance of stay-at-home fathers, Clay feels that outside of larger urban areas, including in parts of our small town, traditional attitudes remain more entrenched.尽管社会在接纳全职爸爸方面已经取得了一些进步,但是克莱感觉到,在大城市以外,包括我们所居住的小镇上的某些地方,传统观念仍然根深蒂固。;My pat reply to #39;What do you do?#39; is that #39;Laura earns our income and I try to do most everything else, #39; ;he says. ;Sometimes, depending on who#39;s listening, the #39;everything else#39; feels weak.;克莱说,“对于别人‘你现在做什么工作?’的问题,我总是熟练地回答‘劳拉(Laura)负责赚钱,而我则尽量去完成大多数剩下的事情。有的时候,取决于聆听对象,‘剩下的事情’听起来苍白无力。”Early on, he felt isolated as most of the other parents he would meet in preschool were women. If he wanted to set up a play date with another child, he would give the mother his email address and phone number, but felt odd asking for contact details in return, as he didn#39;t want her to think he was hitting on her.克莱在女儿的学前班遇到的大多数家长都是妈妈们,因此在开始的时候,他感到有点孤单。如果他想帮女儿和另一个小朋友安排个一起玩耍的时间,他就得给这个小朋友的妈妈留下自己的邮箱地址和电话号码;但他觉得如果是反过来向她要联系方式就有点奇怪,因为他不想让她产生自己在向她示好的误解。He was also careful about where play dates would occur, especially after an unpleasant experience at the house of one of our daughter#39;s classmates. When the child#39;s father came home unexpectedly, the mood suddenly turned tense, even though my husband was just sitting while the kids played in front of them.克莱对于约定女儿和小朋友玩耍的地点也很谨慎,特别是有次他在女儿的一个同学家有过不愉快的经历之后。那天,当这位同学的爸爸意外提早回家时,气氛顿时变得紧张起来,尽管我丈夫只是坐在那儿看孩子们在大人们面前玩耍而已。;Perhaps he was just having a rough day, but I would never have greeted a guest in my home with the cold surprise that he greeted me with, ; Clay says. ;It#39;s a standout memory, but not in a good way.;克莱说,“可能是他那天过得很糟糕吧,但是我无论如何也不会在自己家里像他那样用冷漠不解的眼神来问候客人。那是一次让人难以忘怀的回忆,不过并不是什么美好的回忆。”Generally, Clay says, he finds that women seem more sympathetic, or at least less critical of his role. He has rarely if ever heard a female acquaintance crack a joke about his role as a stay-at-home parent.一般来讲,克莱说,他发现女性更富同理心,或者说至少较少地讽刺他的家庭角色。他几乎没有被女性朋友开过“全职奶爸”的玩笑。;Is this because many if not most of them have been the primary caregiver of their children and held a full- or part-time job?; he wonders. ;Is it because, on average, a man#39;s sense of self is more deeply embedded in his career or earning power?;他问道,“难道是因为很多母亲──如果我们不说大多数母亲的话──一直都是家里为小孩付出更多的那个人,并且还同时做着一份全职或兼职的工作?”“或是因为,一般来讲,男人的自我感受更深地植根于他们的职业和赚钱能力之中?”He felt this contrast earlier this year when he attended an open house at our daughter#39;s school. Only a handful of fathers attended, and they all spent a good part of the time by themselves talking about their jobs. He found himself gravitating to the mothers.今年早些时候,他在参加女儿学校组织的家庭招待会时就感受到了两性之间的这种差异。只有为数不多的爸爸参加了这次活动,他们大部分时间都在聚在一起对自己的工作高谈阔论。他发现自己身不由主地被妈妈们吸引了过去。;The moms seemed more engaged in the event itself, more focused on chatting with teachers, viewing student work and touring the school, ; Clay says, even though many of them hold jobs outside of the home. ;It was a window into issues of gender identification and role playing.;克莱说,“妈妈们似乎对活动本身更为投入,她们更关心与老师们交流、欣赏学生作品和参观校园”,尽管她们中的很多人在家庭之外也有自己的工作。“这个窗口投射出了男性和女性对性别身份和所扮演角色的看法。”After nearly three years as a stay-at-home dad, Clay also says that he has gained more confidence in his role and has fewer regrets. ;I like being a househusband and a homemaker, ; he says. ;I enjoy folding clothes and mowing the lawn. I didn#39;t realize that, as a result of this, I would start to think more deeply about how cultural stereotypes originate and, more interestingly, why some people are loath to challenge them.;在做了将近三年的全职爸爸后,克莱还说,对于他的角色,他已经收获了更多自信,也少了些踌躇。他表示,“我喜欢当‘家庭主夫’并料理家务”。“我喜欢叠衣、给草坪除草。我以前并没有认识到,这段经历可以让我对文化固有观念是如何形成的以及为什么有些人会墨守成规开始进行更深入的思考。”He has forged friendships with other stay-at-home parents. At the same time, he has come to appreciate the time and freedom. It has allowed him to focus on things he enjoys, including projects around the house, like repainting our kitchen and bathroom or replacing the faucet.他还与其他全职家长建立起了友谊。与此同时,他也开始享受时光和自由。这让他有精力关注自己喜欢的事情,包括和房子相关的工程,比如重新粉刷我们的厨房和浴室、更换水龙头等。;Nothing feels quite as right as plying a trade that I know inside and outside on my own house, ; he says.他说,“没有什么比经营自己家房前屋后的事儿更让人觉得心旷神怡了。”These days, Clay#39;s occasional doubts tend to revolve around whether he#39;s ;doing enough; and whether I ;secretly resent; him.这些天,克莱偶尔会纠结于是否他已经“做得足够多”以及是否我“暗自怨恨他”这两个问题。Straight answer? I don#39;t, although there have been moments when I have envied Clay#39;s freedom. But I am also grateful for the tremendous amount of work he puts into our home and family, and I feel lucky that I have married a man who sees the big picture and supports my career.我实事求是的回答是什么?我不怨恨他,尽管有一些时候,我深羡他的自由。但同时,我对他为家庭所付出的大量辛勤劳动心怀感激,并且对自己嫁给了这样一个能放眼全局、持我事业的丈夫而深感幸运。Life is a narrative, and we are editing as we go along. As circumstances change, we will adjust. We realize that the most important thing isn#39;t what one of us is leaning into. It#39;s that we remember that we can always lean on each other.生活是故事,由我们在生命长河中慢慢书写。周围的环境在变,我们也在调整。我们认识到,最重要的事情并不是我们俩人中的谁投身于家庭谁投身于事业,而是我们知道我们永远都能互相依靠。 /201307/247388武汉/切包皮25天可以同房吗 Is it really? Well, according to Dr. Mao over at Yahoo Health, this is quite true. He also presents some practical things that we could all do to help the environment and be healthier at the same time. Seeing as we have just recently celebrated Earth Day, this topic is quite appropriate, don’t you think? Let’s take a look at some of Dr. Mao’s suggestions.Less Plastic, More HealthLightweight, durable and versatile, plastic is everywhere in our modern world; this is bad news for the environment and our health.He lists down a lot of things at home which are made of plastic. This prompted me to look through some of my things and he is right! Heck, even this laptop I am using has a lot of plastic parts. So what’s bad about plastic?According to Dr. Mao, “many plastics release vinyl chloride and other harmful estrogen-like substances that can lead to cancer, birth defects, hormonal imbalance, and lung and liver disease.”He might be right or he might be overstating things a bit but it wouldn’t hurt to use less plastic.Some practical suggestions? Instead of using plastic containers as the default, why not use glass ones instead? I also like the wooden and ceramic variations as well.Let’s look at a few more things next time. 这是真的吗? 好,通过毛士在雅虎健康网上说的,这的确是真的,他也举了几个我们能够做的实际事情保护环境,同时这些事情更有益于健康.鉴于我们刚刚庆祝的地球日 ,这个话题是比较合适的,你不觉得吗?让我们看看毛士的一些建议吧.少一点塑料,多一点健康。轻便,耐用以及多功能的塑料在现代社会随处可见,这对我们的环境和健康非常不利。他列举了一些在家使用的塑料制品。这促使我审视一些我的东西,我发现他说的对!令我来气的是我的笔记本电脑也用了许多的塑料零件。那么,关于塑料有什么不好呢?毛士说许多的塑料能释放氯乙烯和其他的有害的的雌性激素,人吃了能够致癌,导致出生缺陷,激素不平衡以及肺病和肝。他说的也许对或者是夸张了一点,但这并不对少用塑料的人造成伤害。还有其他的一些实际的建议吗?,既然不用塑料容器是默认,为什么不用玻璃代替呢?我同样喜欢木制的和陶瓷替代品。 /200806/42591宜昌市中心人民医院男科大夫

武汉/人民医院前列腺炎引起阳痿This Christmas looks like being a bumper one for online shopping but not everyone is filled with the festive spirit and some have aly set online traps they hope you will fall into. Here are twelve cyber-scams to watch out for this Christmas:据英国广播公司报道,圣诞节是很多人的购物盛宴,同时也是很多骗子活跃的高峰时期。如今网络骗局层出不穷,不过万变不离其宗,其中12种特别值得警惕。The first scam of Christmas is phishing网络钓鱼They#39;ve been around for years and we#39;ve all received a version.Fraudsters send you a message and attempt to make you click on a link to a fake site or open some malware that infects your machine.“网络钓鱼”盛行多年。骗子给你发送信息,让你点击一个虚假网站或者打开恶意软件。They may be old but they have evolved and some are very cleverly targeted (known as spear phishing). Imagine you are placing orders on a well-known website for gifts. Suddenly you receive an email - apparently from that very site - saying that there is a problem with your last order and can you please ;click here; to attend to the problem. Logos, email addresses, even the link might look genuine but you#39;ll get more than you bargained for if you do as the email asks. Check twice and click once.这种把戏并不新颖,但是骗子们也在“创新”,他们学会针对特定目标人群,这就是所谓的“鱼叉式网络钓鱼”。比如你在一个知名网站下订单,突然收到一封邮件,乍看是这个网站发送的,邮件称你的订单有问题,可以“点击这里”解决。The second scam of Christmas is the fake virus checker虚假病毒检查程序You search for that elusive gift, and finally you#39;re led to a site that appears to sell just what your nearest and dearest want.But wait, a message flashes up saying that your machine is infected… but don#39;t worry just download the free virus check shown and your problem will be solved.想象一下你上网给亲友挑选礼物,突然弹出一个消息框称你的电脑受到了病毒感染,需要下载一个免费的病毒检查程序解决问题。By downloading it you will actually be infecting your machine and your problems will only just have begun. Install a good virus checker before you go online.事实上,如果你下载了这个软件,电脑才会真正的受到感染。对此,我们应该在上网前安装好病毒检查程序。The third scam of Christmas is the fake upgrade虚假升级软件As the Christmas spirit gets going we all send each other links to jokes and s, on Facebook, by email and via Twitter.Now imagine you arrive at one of these sites and it tells you that you don#39;t have the latest Flash Player so you can#39;t watch that funny , but not to worry click here and you can get your upgraded player immediately.我们习惯在圣诞节给亲朋友好友发送笑话和视频链接。想象一下,你登录一个社交网站,它提示你没有最新的Flash播放器,无法观看搞笑视频,“点击这里”就可以升级播放器。Not only will this ;upgrade; be malware but that malware will go on to send messages to all your friends telling them to go see the ;funny; .而这里的“升级软件”本身就是恶意软件,它还会发送信息给你的朋友,让他们也来看这个有“埋伏”的搞笑视频。The fourth scam of Christmas is the ;current news scam;慈善骗局People will use major world events to scam you out of money, regardless of how sad the event may have been. We saw it with Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.Difficult to believe in a season of goodwill but before the aid agencies had reached the poor people affected there were aly scam emails and associated websites asking you to donate.骗子们还会用一些大的灾难来骗你的钱。很难想象,在台风“海燕”肆虐菲律宾后,竟有诈骗邮件和相关网站骗取人们的捐款。They look genuine but don#39;t be fooled. The money goes nowhere but to the scammers.它们看上去很真实,但实际上这些钱只会流进骗子的口袋里。The fifth scam of Christmas is the illegal ;cracked; download非法的“破解”软件下载Many will be buying laptops or other computing devices for under the tree.They are expensive and there are many tempting offers to buy incredibly cheap operating systems, office products or other tasty goodies. There are even more tempting opportunities to download ;free; copies of ;cracked; pirated software.笔记本电脑及其相关设备都比较昂贵,骗子们就会提议你去购买便宜的操作系统软件、office办公产品等,并称你可以下载“破解”的盗版软件的“免费”副本。However, not only are you likely to find that the download is an illegal copy - and may not actually run or has an invalid key - but also that it comes with a hidden present: malware.然而,不仅该软件是非法的副本,而且可能隐藏有恶意软件。Buy from reputable sites and remember if it#39;s too good to be true then it probably is.因此,我们应该从有信誉的网站购买相关产品。 /201312/270432湖北省中山医院泌尿科咨询 Guest: Why does your dog sit there and watch me eat?客人:为什么你的坐在那里看着我吃东西啊?Jonny: Because you are using his plate.Jonny:因为你正在用他的盘子。武汉/阿波罗男子男科医院有评级吗

武汉/有什么男子医院 你“Google”过自己吗?Have you ever "Googled" youself?More Americans are Googling themselves — and many are checking out their friends, co-workers and romantic interests, too.In a report Sunday, the Pew Internet and American Life Project said 47 percent of U.S. adult Internet users have looked for information about themselves through Google or another search engine.That is more than twice the 22 percent of users who did in 2002, but Pew senior research specialist Mary Madden was surprised the growth wasn't higher."Yes it's doubled, but it's still the case that there's a big chunk of Internet users who have never done this simple act of plugging their name with search engines," she said.Americans under 50 and those with more education and income were more likely to self-Google — in some cases because their jobs demand a certain online persona.Meanwhile, Pew found that 53 percent of adult Internet users admit to looking up information about someone else, celebrities excluded.Often, it's to find someone they've lost touch with. But looking up information about friends, relatives, colleagues and neighbors also was common.Although men and women equally searched for online information about themselves, women were slightly more likely to look up information about someone they are dating.In many cases, the search is innocuous, done to find someone's contact information. But a third of those who have conducted searches on others have looked for public records, such as bankruptcies and divorce proceedings. A similar number have searched for someone else's photo.Few Internet users say they Google themselves regularly — about three-quarters of self-searchers say they have done so only once or twice. And most who have done so consider what they find accurate.Pew also found that teens were more likely than adults to restrict who can see their profiles at an online hangout like Facebook or News Corp.'s MySpace. 如今,越来越多的美国人在Google上搜索自己,还有很多人通过Google查找朋友、同事或约会对象的信息。Pew互联网和美国生活项目在上周日发布的一份调查报告中称,47%的美国成年互联网用户通过Google或其它搜索引擎查找过有关自己的信息。这一比例比2002年的22%增长了一倍多,但Pew调查中心的高级研究员玛丽#8226;麦登认为增幅还不够大。她说:“在Google上搜索自己的网民比例确实翻了一番,但调查同时显示,目前仍有很多网民从未用搜索引擎搜索过自己的名字。”年龄在50岁以下的美国人以及受教育程度和收入较高的人在Google上搜索自己的几率更大,这是因为他们的工作有时需要在网上公开个人信息。此外,Pew调查中心发现,53%的成年网民承认自己曾在Google上查找过除名人以外的其他人的信息。在很多情况下,人们这样做只是为了寻找失去联系的人,但也有很多人通过Google查找朋友、亲戚和邻居的信息。男性和女性网民在Google上搜索自己的人数比例差不多,但女性更爱在网上搜索约会对象的信息。在很多情况下,在网上搜索别人纯粹是为了找到此人的联系方式。但有三分之一的人这样做是为了了解别人的公共纪录,如破产及离婚纪录等。另有相同比例的人曾搜索过别人的照片。多数网民并不经常在Google上搜索自己——约四分之三的人称,他们仅搜索过一两次。多数人认为他们搜索到的有关自己的信息是正确的。该调查还发现,与成年人相比,青少年更希望限制别人在Facebook或Myspace等社交网站查看自己的个人信息。 /200803/32072武汉/医院男科武汉/陆总医院割包皮手术价格



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