vegan-yums:

Two ingredient peach pops

grimmnir:

Women, by insinct, have a desire to be approved of, cherished, loved and know they are lusted after by the one man they desire to have that from. In modern times, this has warped into public displays of exposure and nudity for the same attention by the masses.

The traditional woman, wife of one man, lover of her family and keeper of the home.. is possessed by him. She submits herself, only to him, in matters of family politics and the last word.

This is her natural place. The ordaining of biology and the wisdom of providence that she remain in this Sacred and Honored position. Any attempt to subvert or be other than what she was designed to be, will only end in tears and the widening gap in her soul that only a home, children and an honorable husband can fill.

I would say that’s a woman’s traditional place, not natural place.

Families should run in the way that’s best for them. Traditional family structures simply aren’t convenient or practical for a lot of people in this day and age. It is becoming increasingly important for both the husband and wife to work [to put food on the table and ensure financial stability] and to play an equal role in nurturing and caring for the child(ren) should they choose to have any.

Every woman is different and every family will be structured differently. While I respect everyone who agree’s with OP’s opinion, I have to disagree with it.

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Do you have any thoughts about Scottish independence?
Anonymous

No.

edit: If any of my followers are Scottish or are from Scotland, feel free to chime in. I can’t have an opinion on something that doesn’t concern my country or my people.

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cultureshift:

Learn more.

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You are stupid stupid, hateful white racist asshole you know that? Pig fucker.
orangeblackparty

heritage-and-tradition:

Oh, my feelings are so hurt! Your words have caused me to change my ways! Now excuse me while I go find me a man as black as a Mississippi Midnight and have me a bur-headed young’un, then I’ll move on to a Mexican and work my way through the races until I have a rainbow of illegitimate children, then I can get on food stamps and welfare and live high on the hog! Thank you for helping me to this revelation!

I lol’d

rightwinged:

congratsbats:

howtomendtheholeinyourvagina:

rightwinged:

Feminism is destroying women by encouraging promiscuity and victimhood, attacking motherhood, destroying chivalry, glorifying abortion, and promoting lies.

Yup.

Ah, but which lies. You haven’t figured that part out yet.

Oh, I don’t know.
Maybe the abortion lobby that profits off of lying and manipulating women. 
Maybe the lie that society is controlled by a patriarchy. 
Maybe the lie that women shouldn’t have to learn and practice self defense because people “shouldn’t be raping/attacking women in the first place”.

Tagged: #oldie but goodie  

handleslasted:

rightwinged:

jillnecr0 reblogged your photo and added:

Abortion is a woman’s right. It is her uterus and…

No, abortion is not a woman’s right, and she “gave permission” to the child when she had sex.

What if she was pregnant because she was raped? It wouldn’t be a woman’s choice to have a child if she didn’t give permission to the person impregnating her.

I knew someone would bring up this isolated, rare example to justify abortion. [Keep in mind the original comment said absolutely nothing about rape].

Less than 1% of abortions are a result of rape.
That being said, children conceived through rape are just as worthy of life as those conceived through consensual sex. Killing the child will not erase the rape. Women who have been raped and became pregnant as a result aught be cared for, not victimized and violated further by an abortion.

winterduck:

ikazed:

the-bigender-bee:

ikazed:

the-bigender-bee:

pixiepienix:

queertodaygonetomorrow:

atane:

wristxrocket:

dear-drifter:

lilightfoot:

Remember.

his life was totally in danger.

^^^^

True story; this officer (John Pike) got a settlement of $38,000 because he said he got depressed after pepper spraying these kids. Oh, the depression wasn’t for feeling remorseful for pepper spraying a bunch of college kids peacefully protesting. He got depressed because he said since the media kept playing the video of him pepper spraying peaceful kids without cause, he got threats and didn’t feel safe. He didn’t feel safe. I’m not making that up. This motherfucker collected nearly 40 grand on worker’s comp after assaulting a bunch of college kids.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/23/pepper-spray-cop-settlement_n_4152147.html

ACAB

-rolls eyes all the way to the next galaxy-

Y’all voted for big government. I don’t know what to say.

Sweetheart this isn’t about big government and what adults voted for this is about fucking bullshit police brutality stop trying to turn this into a whole other issue.

That may not be the sole issue of this video, but the umbrella problem IS BIG GOVERNMENT.

this is exactly a big government issue.

Liberals who are angered by this are hypocrites.

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liberallogic101:

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n0bodycompares:

Hey pro-life people, it’s totally okay to believe that abortion isn’t good yet respecting a woman’s right to her own body. Just because you don’t believe in something doesn’t mean it should be illegal!!!

Of course women have a right to their own body.
The child has a right to his or her own body, too.

Just because you don’t believe in something doesn’t mean it should be illegal!!!
You do realize that’s exactly how laws are established, right? Every single law of every single country is based off of morality.

Op, your post is a mess.

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jillnecr0 reblogged your photo and added:

Abortion is a woman’s right. It is her uterus and…

No, abortion is not a woman’s right, and she “gave permission” to the child when she had sex.

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Comparing aborted fetuses (no memories, no personalities, no attachments, no dreams) to Holocaust victims (who had all of those things, were fully formed human beings) is incredibly disrespectful and shameful. Comparing a human being with ambitions and feelings to a clump of tissue that looks like a chunk of vomit in a petri dish is not only profoundly illogical, but heartless and belittling to those victims. You do not represent this generation, and your work does nothing but harm.
Anonymous

wearethepro-lifegeneration:

Which part to cover first? How fetuses can actually dream or recognize their mother’s voice? Therefore debunking what you said about attachments and memories and dreams? 

About how you think this (9 weeks, from this website) looks like vomit, and not a human being? And apparently thinking looking like vomit means its okay to kill something no matter what it is, just based on what it looks like? (I thought about making a joke about me being ugly here, and couldn’t get it to sound the way I wanted. Plus I’m not.) 

I think I’ll just say yet again, that we compare the abortion to the Holocaust sometimes not because the victims were good or bad, worthy or unworthy, old or young, but because they were human beings who were killed en masse. 

There are three prerequisites for being a human being that is worthy of dignity and, you know, not being killed. Distinct, alive, and human. (Distinct and alive could be a bird, distinct and human could be a corpse, human and alive could be your fingernail.) But a fetus, which has its own DNA, processes wastes and can hear and dream, and is of the same species as both its parents because that’s how nature works, is all three. (Death penalty advocates might add innocent, but I’ve never heard of a fetus committing one of the Seven Deadlies, and you did not specify that Holocaust victims were innocent. So.) Holocaust victims were also all three. And they were massacred. 

So our comparison simply says “look at all these millions of human beings being killed because someone decided to say they weren’t human! All humans deserve rights, not just the ones you like! Killing is wrong and terrible!” And you looked at that and saw “heartless”. 

I think the reason for that is that it would be uncomfortable, wouldn’t it, to have something you advocate be compared to one of the worst acts in the modern world - perhaps in all of history? Yeah, that would suck for me too. That’s why I don’t go in for the Holocaust analogy. Not because it’s inaccurate. But because I’m pandering to your feelings. I’m actually trying to be sensitive to the fact that you don’t like to be called a murderer. 

Well, I don’t like to be called disrespectful or heartless, but when you said it, I looked at it and thought about it logically and wrote out a reply. I’m asking you to look at what you said and what I said and think about it the same way. Maybe do some research. Read up on it more. Try to start friendlier dialogues. Wonder if maybe the Holocaust analogy is more sound than you think. Not perfect in every particular - that’s what makes it an analogy. But sound. 

You made me angry, which is what I think you intended, so good job. But I’m not going to respond to you angrily. Because I don’t want you to be my enemy. I want you to be my ally. Not because I want to be right, but because the right already exists, and I want you to see the truth and join with me in my attempt to stop the idea that millions of deaths mean nothing. That’s why we say “we are the pro-life generation”, you know. Not because every single one of us is pro-life. We’re not talking statistics. We’re talking hope. 

We say that in hope that this will be the generation that will win people like you and me and R and G and everyone else over to the truth. And in the hope that this will be the generation that will stop the slaughter. That will see that trying to do that isn’t harmful, it’s good. It’s a rally cry. And we’re not trying to leave you out of it, we’re inviting you in, so you don’t have to get defensive when analogies like that are made. 

Think about it. 

-C