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1240765.  Wed Jun 28, 2017 1:20 am Reply with quote

Stop Ė donít go anywhere! Keep reading Ė itíll change your life! Thatís, at least, what you may want people to feel when they read the first few sentences of your essay. essay topicsWith imaginative urgency, you want them pulled in to your academic intrigue Ė because if you really want to capture the attention of your essay reader, you need to snag their interest from the first word. However, the best opening line canít veil a boring topic. Readers end up feeling pretty deceived and disgruntled when they discover your life-changing essay is a boring examination of the mitosis process. If you have the leniency to pick your own essay topic, why not choose something exciting?
Below are some of the top 10 essay topics

1. Relationships and sexual relations.
Gay marriage? Divorce? Family? An essay on any of these topics Ė topics that really hit home, not matter who the reader is Ė are guaranteed to be a crowd-pleaser.

2. Terrorism.
In todayís world, terrorism is a huge hot topic. Address an aspect of this political, social and religious issue to make your readers thoroughly enraptured by your essay.

3. The death penalty.
This topic has been a golden essay idea for centuries. Americans (and even individuals around the world) are still divided nearly evenly on the use of the death penalty.

4. Mediaís effects.
Media, including cell phones, video games, television and the internet have an immovable place in our lives. Anyone from any walk of life would be interested to hear your opinions on the effects of such media.

5. Legality of marijuana.
Like the death penalty, the idea of marijuana legality has been debated and discussed for years. Thousands of citizens have opinions and testimonies that support either side of the argument (whole states, in fact, have shown their approval or disapproval).

6. Healthcare.
Thereís so much discussion and debate on this topic, itís become a national concern. Your essay will capture attention simply because healthcare is so essential to survival!

7. Politics.
Since man first invented it, politics has brought a lot of interesting ideas, scandals, achievements and debates to humanityís stage. Contribute your ideas and people are guaranteed to read!

8. School.
Oh, education. Everyone has their opinion on it, and everyone thinks they know a better way to deliver learning. Pose your opinions on the education system (itís functionality, itís degree of impact, etc.) and youíre sure to see some ears perk up.

9. Science and religion.
Thereís a lot of debate about the relationship of science and religion; add your two cents and make your essay memorable!

10. Gender issues.
Everyone is either male or female, so issues involving gender are bound to affect a massive percentage of your audience. Pick gender issues that are serious hot topics, and youíll draw in an intrigued mass of readers.

1240768.  Wed Jun 28, 2017 1:39 am Reply with quote

10. Really? Still? In this day and age?

1240769.  Wed Jun 28, 2017 1:42 am Reply with quote

Yes. Still. In my country, most of the people here wants boy as there first child. No one wants girl.

1240772.  Wed Jun 28, 2017 2:19 am Reply with quote

I was referring to the rather simplistic 'either male or female' statement.

1240816.  Wed Jun 28, 2017 11:01 am Reply with quote

Hi Ramandeep - and who do you think would be the audience for such essays?

And I agree with 'yorz - really, we've gone beyond 'either male or female' these days haven't we? In fact 'yorz shared a link on another thread just today that records this.

1240823.  Wed Jun 28, 2017 11:35 am Reply with quote

It's very easy for most of us to dismiss the US as a backward country on matters of this sort, but we should remember that Britain won't issue passports showing any sex other than Male and Female either.

Only a handful of countries will do so, notably Australia and New Zealand. Unfortunately, there have been reports of various countries - including both the UK and the US - refusing admission to the holders of such passports on the grounds that their apparent sex did not match the (deemed to be non-existent) sex shown on the passport.

Given both his name and his statement that "no one wants girl" in his country, I'm going to guess that Ramandeep is speaking to us from India. While India does not recognize intersex status in quite the way that Australia and New Zealand do, it does recognize eunuchs as a third sex.

Under Indian law, a eunuch (in Hindi, hijra) is not quite what you thought it was. While - and practically uniquely in the modern world - castration does sometimes happen in India, it's not common. There are about five million recognized hijra people in India, more than 90% of whom are biologically entire males who live as women.

Alfred E Neuman
1240848.  Wed Jun 28, 2017 3:04 pm Reply with quote

suze wrote:
Given both his name and his statement that "no one wants girl" in his country, I'm going to guess that Ramandeep is speaking to us from India.

I'm guessing that he's Indian, but his essay topics feel American to me. And to be honest, my first thought was that he was about to offer to sell essays.

1240943.  Thu Jun 29, 2017 4:52 pm Reply with quote

The moderators are keeping an eye out for that tactic.


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