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|#170 - or she didn't realize ~ I hope you're right though!||05/16/2013 on holiday snap||+4|
|#211 - thanks||05/14/2013 on BAM puberty||0|
|#60 - I think it's far use when maybe someone gets to skip ahead in … [+] (3 new replies)||05/14/2013 on BAM puberty||+7|
|#56 - "Hormone levels and severity of cramps (etc) vary from pe…||05/14/2013 on BAM puberty||0|
|#55 - "Hormone levels and severity of cramps (etc) vary from pe… [+] (2 new replies)||05/14/2013 on BAM puberty||+4|
#269 - jellywolf (05/14/2013) [-]
Well first off, let me explain that I am a girl.
I have periods so bad I can hardly walk, and I often vomit from them.
I get cramps two weeks before my period starts, and they often cause me to wake up at night from them. And yes I do have to sleep in odd positions in order to prevent waking up covered in blood.
Yet I don't complain about them. Maybe it's because of my circumstances in my family where the women have often got much much worse (like blacking out from cramps) but my point being, I don't think it's something to complain about. It hurts and girls have every right to hate it but I'm personally grateful that I live in a country where medications are available to help treat the symptoms.
Also I'm not on birth control, but many of my friends who are have had positive side effects and it has helped their monthly problems.
Also, I'm not saying you're wrong, but could you link to evidence that someone has died from their period, and nothing else? I've never heard of anyone dying that way.
#70 - anonymous poster (05/14/2013) [-]
yeah think about it, we men have to listen to women's bitching every month, sometimes months, THAT if something makes you suicidal.
|#54 - "Hormone levels and severity of cramps (etc) vary from pe… [+] (2 new replies)||05/14/2013 on BAM puberty||+15|
#121 - anonymous poster (05/14/2013) [-]
Yep. My friends, most of them, have super easy ones and don't hurt much...
Mine sometimes hurt so much that I throw up. And pass out.
|#53 - Hormone levels and severity of cramps (etc) vary from person t… [+] (9 new replies)||05/14/2013 on BAM puberty||+19|
#162 - femalealert (05/14/2013) [-]
Ugh when I went on birth control mine lasted for five weeks. Thank god mine are not very bad but even then it was just getting excessive. I started getting lightheaded after a couple weeks. Worst part is getting birth control made me go from no cramps or anything to suddenly having bad cramps.
#129 - anonymous poster (05/14/2013) [-]
The worst part is when you wake up in the morning all the blood that had pooled overnight floods out at once and there isn't anything that can handle that big rush of fluid so there is always blood everywhere. Unless you're lucky enough to get really light ones.
#60 - HorriblyCrazy (05/14/2013) [-]
Personally, I think it's okay to stay home from school or less serious commitments when a girl is having her period, if she's just having a really really bad day.
When I first started mine, by brother came home to find me laying face down on the living room floor, half crying, half just letting tears leak from my eyes, and humming with my cat sitting on my back and Fresh Prince reruns on TV; I really did feel like if I moved, I'd collapse in a heap with a migraine serious enough to get the government to allow me to shoot myself in the face to spare myself from suffering.
It can get really bad, and usually the best idea is to just assume the woman is telling the truth, because you're not in her body and you don't know what she's experiencing.
My teacher lets me make tea in class everyday because he knows I have some anxiety and depression that I'm working through and I never get enough sleep (unrelated to periods).
To other people, it probably looks really unfair, but they don't know the full story, and he'd do the same for them if they were in my position.
It's all about percpective.
Some women are just bitches in general, but don't let that cause you to make unfair judgement or assumptions of other women because of it.
|#197 - you need help.||05/14/2013 on Feminazis||0|
|#196 - This is probably actually an article about literally redefinin…||05/14/2013 on Feminazis||-1|
|#3 - Picture||05/11/2013 on mobile upload||+2|
|#173 - Proper grammer, and the most important page is always the firs… [+] (1 new reply)||05/10/2013 on My dream||0|
|#169 - I'm kind of on the same page, only because of how the summary … [+] (1 new reply)||05/10/2013 on My dream||0|
|#162 - I think it's really cool that you're following your dream … [+] (1 new reply)||05/10/2013 on My dream||0|
|#257 - Yeah, that's just what she keeps saying.||05/09/2013 on Can it get worse?||+2|
|#245 - Tattoo artist was her botfriend ~||05/09/2013 on Can it get worse?||0|
|#243 - I thought it was a few hours.||05/09/2013 on Can it get worse?||0|
|#242 - Her tattoo artist is the boyfriend. He's the same one… [+] (8 new replies)||05/09/2013 on Can it get worse?||+4|
|#18 - Picture||05/06/2013 on Sums up the "blue name"...||0|
|#102 - This isn't about gay rights; it's about the unfair adoption … [+] (16 new replies)||05/06/2013 on :_||+70|
#315 - anonymous poster (05/06/2013) [-]
You are ignoring the incompetent process that' is the supervision of foster homes. There are homes which only take kids for the money and are extremely harmful enviroments to children, despite having both mother and father .
#312 - cabbagemayhem (05/06/2013) [-]
It's a lie. Those parents wouldn't even pass the basic adoption requirements. They can only go to stable and responsible families. This is strictly enforced. Even the homosexual couples that are responsible and mature, you're all ignoring the importance of both mother and father in child development.
#339 - anonymous poster (05/06/2013) [-]
"The bottom line is that the science shows that children raised by two same-gender parents do as well on average as children raised by two different-gender parents. This is obviously inconsistent with the widespread claim that children must be raised by a mother and a father to do well," [i]Wiley-Blackwell (2010, January 28). Do children need both a mother and a father?. ScienceDaily.[/i]
#371 - cabbagemayhem (05/06/2013) [-]
You must have meant this: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/01/100121135904.htm
There are several problems with that study. I couldn't find the research article, but it appears to focus on parenting style, and makes assumptions about what is effective. It doesn't address the actual psychological affects that are of major concern in the long-term. My guess is it's a quick formality study to promote the current trend.
#382 - anonymous poster (05/06/2013) [-]
Argh, for gods sake... google: "Does the Gender of Parents Matter 2010" should be the "SquareOne"
#379 - anonymous poster (05/06/2013) [-]
I don't know if I can post links but here is the research:
I would like to read researches for the contrary, but the only articles I find seem kind of biased (religious sites).
#395 - cabbagemayhem (05/06/2013) [-]
I'm not a psychologist, but I know there are many well-documented long-term psychological factors associated with mother and father roles in parenting. But, I think what's of more concern is that we would so easily cast aside the word of God, as if it were only a superstition.
#399 - anonymous poster (05/06/2013) [-]
Nor should we demand other people follow it (the Word). Like it says in the First Amendment: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion..."
#401 - cabbagemayhem (05/06/2013) [-]
Separation of Church and State is meant to prevent religious authorities from imposing on the governing process. It doesn't mean the people shouldn't govern themselves with God in mind. And, you can see in the book, it's important for all the people of a blessed nation to respect the word. Obviously, it's not much use if only a few do. So, this is a concern.
#381 - anonymous poster (05/06/2013) [-]
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#229 - anonymous poster (05/06/2013) [-]
i didnt realize that was two guys on top
|#414 - Anything under a certain size will shrink back to normal with time.||03/14/2013 on swaggity swag||+2|
|#413 - Plugs/stretchers are very low key body mods in comparison to f…||03/14/2013 on swaggity swag||+1|
|#35 - Humans actually need attention, affection, and nurturing to live. [+] (2 new replies)||03/14/2013 on swaggity swag||+1|
#413 - HorriblyCrazy (03/14/2013) [-]
Plugs/stretchers are very low key body mods in comparison to fake horns, face tattoos, or ever brightly coloured hair. That being said, most body mods do not warrant, on their own, the treatment that the original commentor is getting, and do not mean that someone wants attention.
Sometimes body mods really are just a way for the wearer to express themselves, or their tastes. People who crave attention usually do so mainly with their personality. They do anything to be heard or noticed, but in a world where many people have tattoos and piercings, these modifications hardly attract extra attention on their own.
Yeah, and they don't get it through tattoos and piercings, or really anything for that matter.
|#34 - I like them, and I think it's great that you don't base your a… [+] (1 new reply)||03/14/2013 on swaggity swag||+1|
|#5 - Watching this show right now :D||03/01/2013 on Sneaky title||-2|
|#406 - Digimon. Wouldn't be as full of annoying "n3rd g1rlz"||02/17/2013 on one world||0|