People have a constitutionally protected right to own a weapon that kills over 1300 children a year yet conservatives believe a woman doesn’t have the right to make decisions about her own god damn body.
Forlorn gray wolf in northern Ontario, Canada. This female, caught in a padded leg hold trap, is about to recieve a gps satellite radio collar. The individuals movements and predation events will be monitored as part of a woodland caribou conservation project.
The Earth is in crisis. All over the globe, the devastating effects of climate change are becoming more common and more severe. But the President-elect appointed someone who doesn’t believe in global warming as the head of the Environmental Protection Agency.
But that’s kind of a depressing topic to think about during this time of year so here’s Donald Trump in a sparkly lil dress.
I’m sorry. You’re welcome.
You're ignorant as fuck and I hope reality bites you in your nonexistent ass. Take a sociology course & get educated.
hey guys, this is what i’m talking about with typical left behavior:
here’s an example of someone who is triggered over my political views for no reason, they tell me to “get educated” which is a very vague thing to say and then continues to tell me to “take a sociology course” as if taking that class would have any thing to do with changing my political views with what they think is correct.
(i think it’s kinda funny they said that because the origins of human societies and our relationships with each other is actually one of the reasons I hold a lot of my beliefs in politics, like the first and second amendments for example!)
You see, it’s all personal attacks based on feeling and it seems this anon is actually the one who’s uneducated.
I offer all over my blog for civil discourse and academic argument. I offer sources and FACTS(*gasp*) for the things that I speak on.
I hope y'all get something out of my analysis of this uncalled for, hateful anonymous message that was completely unprovoked. they didn’t counter anything i’ve said on my blog, or engage in civil discussion because they themselves have no clue what they’re talking about
(also, why take a shot at my butt? it’s so cute!!)
conservatives saying we need “safe spaces” cause we cant face the “real world” and get offended easily, and yet they cant handle a protagonist of a movie having a vagina and two men kissing each other????? umm honey not sure who needs the “safe spaces” here.
Im a female, born conservative die conservative. I strongly disagree with a lot on your blogs; however somethings happened i cant fix and im looking for help anywhere i can get so im going to put our differences aside. I am a former Navy vet, i was stationed on the USS 2004 Carl Vincent (Now decommissioned) for seven years. I am no longer on active duty after a man attempted homicide against me while off the station. How do i accept and recover from the flashbacks, paranoia, and anxiety? -RH
#LAVENDER sisterhood answer:
So you are siding with the enemy and you want my emotional healing help?
The purpose of this is to educate on the hypocrisy of liberals and their double standards when it comes to gender race and violence.
When white nationalist Richard Spencer was punched in the face by an unidentified member of antifa liberals rejoiced in victory over his humiliation and pain however when a female antifa member gets the same treatment; liberals are now screaming sexism and unjustified violence. So let’s hear how it sounds when a black female conservative use the same rhetoric, keep in mind that incited violence is not the answer and hopefully the regressive left will realize this.
And what’s good for the “Nazis” is good for the Commies.
After all the yellow coatedwolf-posts, I just couldn’t leave Wolf Conservation Center’s ambassador wolf Alawa out. Her lineage is a mix of Gray wolf subspecies, but she is primarily Canadian/Rocky Mountain Gray wolf (Canis lupus occidentalis) - a subspecies that traditionally inhabited parts of the western United States, much of western Canada, and all of Alaska.
Imagine wiping the sweat from your face with a towel, after finishing your sparring match with Reinhardt. Though he may be old, you know first hand that his legendary strength is not exaggerated in the slightest-you’re still sore from getting knocked off your feet the first six times you went in for an attack. As you set down the towel, your eyes catch the jagged scarring on your forearm, and for a moment you’re reminded of the pain you had to endure as a young teenager.
“You’re sure about this, ma’am? It’s permanent..”
“Absolutely. There’s no way my daughter is going to become some disgusting pervert. I want it gone.”
You were barely fourteen, and yet your parents dragged you off to have your tattoo painfully and forcefully lasered off. Being so young you didn’t fight back so much, but now that you’re an adult, you wish you hadn’t been so compliant. Just because the name of your soulmate on your arm was female, and your conservative parents couldn’t have that-they insisted you would get married and have children the ‘natural’ way-they still say it, even in the few times you actually speak with them. But you could never forget that name, those seven letters that caused you so much heartache: Fareeha.
“Lass, are you so tired you can’t even knock an old man off his feet? Hah!”
Reinhardt teases you from the sparring mat, and as you finish your break quickly to return for more-
“Oh! So sorry.”
You turn and bump right into another woman, who you’ve seen occasionally flying around the base in her suit. You’re taken aback by her beauty, as you haven’t seen her without her helmet before-and as she apologizes and passes by you, your eyes curiously scan her arm.
“You coming, lass?”
You nod, eyes not breaking from the name tattooed on miss Pharah’s arm, and you dash off before you embarrass yourself further. Unfortunately you don’t fare any better against Reinhardt, but now your mind can’t possibly stop racing, as you wonder how in the world you can properly introduce yourself to the person you’ve dreamed about…your soulmate, Fareeha Amari.
This quarter I had the utmost pleasure of taking a class on democratic theory. For weeks we debated the importance of inclusiveness, the division of power, and the boundary of law. We discussed the role of the citizen, the role of the government, and how these two should ideally interact. We discussed in- group bias, and our inherent tendency as individuals to gravitate towards those whose opinions and beliefs align with our own. I learned the more that we polarize the more we put our society at danger for becoming groups of citizens at odds with one another. I learned the best discussions with the most effective outcomes are those of groups with different types of peoples, with different expertise, and different values. We gain nothing by listening to opinions that revalidate and reassure us that the opinion of our own is the best.
Tomi Lahren is a young female conservative who has gained rapid success and fame in the past year. She is well known for her political commentary on The Blaze, a conservative news network owned by Glenn Beck. This past week she was invited to voice her opinions and discuss her beliefs on The View. The View is commonly known as a discussion based talk show where women with liberal ideologies address current events, and debate relative issues. It is also known for being lighthearted, and for the purpose of entertainment.
While on The View, Tomi Lahren was asked about her stance on abortion. She said she was pro-choice. Since then Tomi Lahren’s show on The Blaze has been suspended.
I am angry, I am disheartened, and most importantly I am disappointed. Tomi Lahren laid out her truth, and she has since been shunned for it. Tomi Lahren, the female conservative who rallied votes for Donald Trump, who publicly supported the second amendment, who stood up to Black Lives Matter, and who demanded those inciting violence to do away with their anger, has now been shunned by the party she wholeheartedly has supported for the past two years. For the past two years she has received death threats, she was told she was worthless, and she was thrown into the lion’s den of the liberal media, and she did it all to support the party she aligns with.
She shared one belief that does not align with a large percentage of Conservatives, and her own party kicked her to the curb. Are we to think this is right? Are we to think this is anyway to handle a disagreement? Are we to accept that when people do not share the same views as us they no longer hold value?
To Glenn Beck, I did not know The Blaze existed until Tomi Lahren came around. Do not take away her voice because in one instance you did not like the words that came from her mouth. Applaud her for her bravery thus far, agree to disagree, and then share your concerns. We gain nothing by refusing to listen, and we regress when we refuse to tolerate those whose views we find different from ourselves. The world is changing, progressing. The Republican Party is no longer the party of old, white men. You will need females, and you will need strong willed females, the likes of Tomi Lahren. Keep that in mind.