British police experts on Tuesday joined Cypriot counterparts in investigating a number of gruesome murders carried out by a suspected serial killer on the Mediterranean island. Police spokesman Andreas Angelides told reporters the British team met police chief Zacharias Chrysostomou and were briefed by local investigators. The experts, who came at Nicosia’s request, would assist in a complex case dubbed Cyprus's "first serial killings”. "There was a meeting with the heads of the investigations, where a first presentation of the findings, details and background was given," Angelides said. British police experts –- including a forensic specialist and clinical psychologist -- later visited the scene where the search for bodies is under way. Tuesday's search ended without results but it is to continue in coming days, Angelides said. The remains of an adult woman were found Sunday stuffed inside a suitcase at the bottom of a toxic man-made lake southwest of the capital … [Read more...] about News British police join Cyprus serial killings probe
By Erica Pearson Star Tribune Tues., April 30, 2019 Psychologist Michael Reichert wants to reinvent boyhood and make it less dangerous — for everyone. Teen boys are more likely than girls to carry weapons, more likely to get in a fight, more likely to drive drunk, more likely to use drugs or alcohol before sex and far more likely to die young, Reichert writes in his new book, How to Raise a Boy: The Power of Connection to Build Good Men. He argues that this isn’t something boys are born with — it’s created by boyhood’s enduring cultural norms, clichés and pressures, as moms push sons away to avoid raising a “mama’s boy” and boys are told to “man up.” We talked with Reichert, who has two sons and a grandson, about the steps that parents, coaches and teachers can take to intervene, how his work connects to the #MeToo movement, and why he dislikes the term “toxic masculinity.” Q: Why is it so … [Read more...] about How do you raise your son to be a good man? Start with ‘special time’
Watch more in iWant or TFC.tv Mas pinipili ng mga kabataang Pinoy na gumamit ng Internet kaysa manood ng telebisyon, ayon sa isang pag-aaral. Ayon sa survey na ginawa ng isang kompanya sa Singapore, mas pinipili ng walo sa 10 kabataang Pinoy na gumamit ng Internet kaysa gumamit ng telebisyon. Sa pag-aaral naman ng National Council for Children’s Television – na sangay ng Department of Education – umaabot ng apat na oras ang panonood sa YouTube ng mga batang nasa Grades 1 hanggang 3. Umaabot naman ng hanggang pitong oras tuwing weekend ang paglalaro nila ng video games. Gayunman, lumalabas din sa pag-aaral ng NCCT na maituturing pa rin bilang popular na libangan ang panonood ng telebisyon. Ayon sa kanilang pag-aaral, aabot ng 3 oras tuwing weekdays at anim na oras sa weekends ang panonood ng mga kabataan ng telebisyon ng mga kabataang nasa Grade 4 hanggang Grade 6. Dahil dito, ihinihirit nilang maging "child-friendly" ang mga programang Pinoy … [Read more...] about News ‘8 sa 10 batang Pinoy mas pinipili ang internet kaysa TV’
SINGAPORE: Every time freelance writer Clare Lee, 27, uses a changing room when trying on clothes in fashion outlets big and small, she will take a few minutes to inspect every nook and cranny in her cubicle for hidden cameras before feeling safe enough to undress herself.For 27-year-old Fiona, who did not want to give her full name, she will always double-check that the curtains in her bedroom or hotel are fully drawn such that there is not even a teeny-weeny gap for anyone to peek through, and steer clear of unattended baskets in supermarkets.Freelance content creator Hilary See, 27, would refrain from standing near the edge of the escalator where people can look up her skirt, and try to use either a bag or a file to cover the back of her skirt while climbing the stairs.With spycams and phone cameras taking voyeurism to unsavoury new heights, these women are among a growing number of people who have taken extra precautions to protect themselves and their private spaces.As Fiona, … [Read more...] about The Big Read: Singapore’s voyeurism problem – what’s wrong with men, or the world?
MANILA — Baron Geisler is set to wed his partner of eight months, psychologist Jamie Marie Evangelista, the actor has confirmed. Geisler and Evangelista have been engaged for three months and are finalizing a wedding date, he told PUSH in an exclusive interview. They officially became a couple in September 2018. Geisler described his fiancee as a psychologist who works in rehabilitation centers, and teaches college students. “Kinukuha siya ng mga rehab center para tumulong sa mga addict at alcoholic,” he said. Geisler, 36, has made no secret of his struggle with alcoholism. The past decade has been tumultuous for the former teen star, who had been involved in numerous controversies, from bar brawls to alleged sexual harassment, landing him in jail more than a few times. “She’s very patient sa akin,” he said of Evangelista. “Alam niya kung paano ako timplahin. Super happy ako kasi maalaga siya.” “When I had nothing, wala pa … [Read more...] about News ‘Pagod na ako sa laro’: Baron Geisler to wed psychologist-girlfriend