Be still, my heart.
This is SO well said, and SO me.
Uyu aka Soey Milk
This is the most beautiful and perfect thing ever and if I thought it was possible in the least I would turn it into a tattoo.
This is Alana Thompson aka Honey Boo Boo (Child).
She received $1700 dollars in donations from fans all around the world. Instead of keeping it for herself, using it for pageants, or for something else, she purchased toys for needy children in her area.
Her family gives to the needy AND supports equality for gays? Fuck you to whoever disses her. She’s 7 and shows more compassion than most people three times her age.
Good work, Honey Boo Boo child
honey boo boo you precious freakish earth child
bless yr tiny lil soul
keep doin what yr doin
Well shit. The day has come, and I will eat my words. This is awesome, and I redact any statement I may have made about the world ending because of this show’s endless loop on TLC.
Yes, Sir. This.
This makes me want a video game about a zombie apocalypse that only affects men so it’s up to the housewives of 50s’ America to save humanity.
…saving this idea for class.
I would play the crap out of that.
So, it’s easy for people to say that they don’t believe in abortion in most (or all) cases, and that it’s a selfish act. Most of the time these people can’t or won’t imagine real reasons to have one. Here are mine:
1. I already have one child that I can’t afford, or care for properly.
That’s right. I got pregnant at 18 in a city far from home with no health insurance or way of caring for my child, and I kept the pregnancy. Now, my son is almost three. Luckily, I have friends and family that help me, but I can tell you right now, he doesn’t live the life I would have wanted for my child.
2. I had a really hard pregnancy and labor and delivery.
I have scoliosis. Extra weight on my back for was bad for me. I couldn’t take the medicine I usually did, because I was pregnant. On top of that, I was anemic, so I had to take lots of supplements. Even after making through a hard pregnancy, when I thought I was in the clear; the baby got stuck. They had to use a vacuum, and he was beat up and bruised. His heart rate dropped, as did my blood pressure. We both made it, but it was just luck that we did. I don’t want to put my body or another baby through that.
3. I’m bipolar, and it’s not safe to take my medication during pregnancy.
Yep, it’s as simple as that. Without medicine I am even more moody and depressed and suicidal. Without medication I could harm myself, others, and even my unborn child.
4. I’ve been a single mom for a few years, and I don’t want to continue down that road.
It’s not easy, folks. And unfortunately those same men who want to take my rights to an abortion away would find my having one or more kid out of wedlock sinful as well. It’s doubtful that any of them are going to marry me or help support or raise my sinful family.
5. It is my body, and my right.
That’s it. I could list a million, but this is the one that is so very important, and all my other reasons will fall on deaf ears until you understand this. It is my body. It is my right. It is me that has to make this god awful, hard decision.
Untitled (Perfect Lovers), 1987-1990
Wall clocks, 35.6 x 71.2 x 7 cm overall
Gonzales-Torres’s iconic work “Untitled” (Perfect Lovers) is a pair of identically round, ready-made wall clocks, with their batteries synchronized to the same time upon installation. Although their synchronous movement seems interminable, the clocks eventually fall out of sync due to the mechanical glitches, and one clock ultimately expires before the other. Considering the artist’s relationship with his lifelong partner, Ross, who battled with AIDS for most of the 8 years they were together, every minute and second of time resonates with exceptional poignancy. At the same time, the ordinariness of the clocks does not readily reveal the subtle references contained within. The paired clocks not only symbolize the couple’s love, life and death, but their identical shapes also allude to homosexuality, expressing the artist’s subtle yet powerful statement against social prejudice.
In the Aeroplane Over the Sea - Neutral Milk Hotel
Our song <3
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