Chris Pratt in his underwear getting manhandled and hosed down in a new clip from Guardians of the Galaxy? Yes, yes I will, thank you.
Chris Pratt interrupts the interview to french braid intern’s hair x
He’s so cute! 😍
u know yr fucked when someone is so fine u can’t even look at them directly u gotta glance at them out of the corner of your eye like yr lookin at the sun
i remember when i was 5 i used to take dancing lessons and there was this kid in 7th grade who’d make fun of me and call me “gay” but the jokes on him because i gave his younger cousin a handjob at camp so who’s gay now
i think you’re still technically gay
I’m convinced that all these posts were made by Draco Malfoy
Before a person’s death, they can make the choice to deny others the rights to their organs after they become deceased. Living, breathing people with families and careers and friends do not have access to the organs that would save their lives. But pro-lifers believe that…
The fetus is not conscious. It does not suffer or feel pain until 20 weeks. The mother does. My point in this post is saying that corpses are allotted more dignity and rights to their organs than pregnant women. And your rebuttal implied that all pregnancies came from the choice to have sex, when, in fact, that is not the case. Women are raped. Should they carry that pregnancy to term?
Rape accounts for less that one percent of abortions so that is a separate issue and has no major bearing here. Corpses are allotted more rights than fetuses. The fetus is a unique human being. Its just as much of a unique body as its mother. Did you know that until fairly recently it was thought that new borns could not feel pain? did that make it alright to kill them if you changed your mind? Is anyones ability to feel pain a determining factor in their worth as a life? Is consciousness a requirement for someone to deserve the right of life? Pregnant women can abort at anytime in their pregnancy if they can provide cause (stress being one) what rights exactly are they not given? They can legally kill out of convenience after having made the decision to partake in an action know the possible outcome. What rights do you honestly think they don’t have?? What is dignified about ending the life of a child? The woman has choices. The fetus has none. Its at the mercy of another person. How dare you say pro lifers don’t care about the women though. That is garbage. If you knew anything about what pro life is you would never say that which leads me to believe that you don’t honestly know what you are talking about and you are just spewing something you heard elsewhere.
Do you support late term abortions? At what point to you think someone receives the right of life. When they are no longer a burden on the person that made the choice that brought them into being?
I believe in late-term abortions when the fetus has severe genetic anomalies or the woman’s life is at risk (although after 24 weeks a cesarean could be performed). Up through 12 weeks I support a woman’s right to choose regardless of circumstances.
More than anything, I believe in education and the availability of free contraception, but until all women have access to it, I will continue to support abortion as a choice. I would rather have a woman abort a fetus than have the baby unloved, abused by their family, or not provided for. So many women are in bad situations, and having a baby (or another baby) can prevent them from bettering their lives.
so you believe in abortion as a mercy killing option. People you perceive as unloved are no less worthy of life. I believe in education but not free contraception. In place of that I believe in personal responsibility. They don’t have to raise the baby but why should it not get a chance at life? why should a child be punished for the actions and circumstance of its mother? why should a life be ended? and why 12 weeks? does a fetus (only the healthy ones as that) become a human being in your eyes after that? But you accuse pro lifers of only caring about the fetus when you specifically said that children are expendable in order for a woman to have an easier time “bettering” their lives? Abortion is the ending of a life. Plain and simple. If you believe that is okay then say that. Spare us the garbage about corpses having more rights than live women. And definitely spare us the bullshit about pro lifers only caring about the fetus. If you think you have a sound opinion why on earth do you feel the need to make up this trash? If you feel good about you view then don’t pad it with bullshit. Value yourself enough to just say it.
A fetus is not a child. It is the potential for a child. If it cannot exist outside the womb then it is part of the mother, and she has the choice to keep it, give it up for adoption or abort it because it is part of her body.
And why are you opposed to free contraception? Abortion rates drop drastically when free contraception is available, isn’t that what you want? Contraception reduces abortion, cause and effect. And the cost of contraception is much lower than the cost of feeding, clothing and caring for a child if it’s a tax thing for you. Is there anything irresponsible about using free contraception to prevent pregnancy? I wouldn’t think so, that’s the woman taking the precautions necessary to prevent an unwanted child. Why should the price tag matter to you if she’s doing what she needs to do to prevent a pregnancy she would otherwise abort?
a fetus is not a potential anything. It is a human life. Nothing less. It may be nourished and protected by its mothers body but it is a separate unique being.
Nothing is free. someone pays for is. Personal responsibility is a far more valuable thing to have. Its not ones responsibility to make you make good choices. Sex is not a requirement for life. Its a choice. if she cannot make a responsible choice that is the problem. Is it great that it drops abortion rates? yes. Is it anyones responsibly to pay for you? not even a little bit. There is nothing irresponsible about using contraceptives. but there is something irresponsible about you expecting someone else to pay for your leisure.