The main thing that annoys me is when someone criticises Islamic culture, Muslims often come sliding in with "nooo you're wrong Islam is a religion of peace" as if that somehow makes all the stuff going on... not happen anymore? Like, tell me all you want about how men and women are equal in the Qur'an, I'm sure the 12 year old child bride is happy to wear that full coverage burka just to still get killed legally because she chose to go to the grocery store without a brother or husband. And yes, I'm exaggerating a bit here. I get that you want to defend your religion - and I get that there's nothing wrong with the religion, but with certain people. And I don't think we should get rid of the religion or discriminate based on that. However, if someone says that there's a problem with priests raping boys, I'm not gonna chime in with "nah Christianity is a religion of peace." I'm either talking about the damn problem or I'll shut up.
I find it funny some of the people being nasty and making people feel like shit for not wearing a mask are the same ones that are pro-abortion... apparently killing a child is your body your choice with an argument of "what if someone gets raped" (less than 1% of abortion btw are for this reason) but it's no longer your body your choice when it comes to wearing a mask that has a CHANCE of someone dying (insanely small chance. especially based on the area) and the argument "what about those with medical conditions or trauma that can't wear them" isn't valid enough an excuse not to wear one because "it's such a small percentage of people with real medical issues"... pretty damn sure there's more people with asthma other lung issues, ptsd, panic attacks, chlostraphobia etc. than there are people getting abortions from rape. pick your argument, is it valid excuse or isn't it? is it your choice or isn't it? can't be a shitty human being towards someone who chooses not to wear something that is controversial on it even working in the first place but then think abortion is a right not to be infringed upon.
I believe the only right way to tell children that they're adopted (or similar things) is to be open about it from the very start. Like, before they can even talk. Not hiding it at ALL. People always seem to think that young children are too delicate to understand, but I think it's better for them to grow up with something they don't fully understand yet than them finding out one day. Because finding out something destroys your whole world view and self image.
I'm 30yo virgin and I truly believe that I won't lose my virginity. I have no interest in prostitutes. Don't get me wrong, I don't fantasize about the idea of losing my virginity in a romantic way or something related, it's not that. What happens is that nowadays I can't identify myself with no woman. The world (at least for me) it's upside down, the values I look up in a woman no longer exists. What do we see today? Today we see women completely exposing themselves in social media, totally "naked", waiting for Likes/Approvals/Comments. I fully understand that they can do whatever they want with their life, but I would never date someone like this. I can't also understand what's their relationship with their parents. What's the parents reactions when they have a look at their daughter social media and see all those photos that clearly focus on boobs, asses and other explicit body parts, plus all the comments from who knows who.. Have we lost our common sense and values since 2007, year Facebook came out?
while I have much respect for the elderly of our country, I cannot stand it when they talk with their "Back in my days" or "Our days were the good days" talk. I get genuinely annoyed how they think that their childhood was so much better. You did things outside, you lived off the land, you did yadda yadda yadda. I'm sorry, but is the progression of technology and time a problem for you? Was it not the point of humanity to transcend what we were before to be better? do we, as the younger generation, not have a responsibility to continue moving the world forward so future generations live better? Or do you prefer we regress and commute in horse drawn carriages like our forefathers. it just irks me. like I said, I respect them and admire them. but it grinds my gears when they act like their growing up was superior to now.
I'm disgusted with how my family thinks about rape. they think it is okay for a woman to get raped if they were wearing certain clothes or were with a man late at night because she's "asking for it". I'm done. I'm so done.
I've been dating someone for the past 7 months (I believe I want to marry this person), I met them at a point in my life where I found out I had an incurable std and had decided I wanted to be alone. I was honest from the get go and they accepted me for who I was. I honestly got so close to them and I love them but some times I feel like we're so different. My other half is what I'd consider very controlling and jealous, and some times I think that's what's going to lead us to break up (considering no matter how lonely it sounds, I'd be ok living a single life without any physical relationship). We've both had experiences that have left us a little distrustful of people and relationship and we both want to work on things. When you're used to making your own decisions and now you have a controlling partner how can you make things work out without feeling stepped all over?
The more I think about the more I enjoy having Asperger syndrome like don't get me wrong the concept of having it is bad but I think I'm just finally understand that it's apart of me and I wouldn't be me without it. Autism is always a difficulty for me as it made me experience things slightly off and I focus on more comfort items than uniqueness but when it comes to passion my autism has really encouraged to strive for my goals and I never really thought about it till now. My little quirks (don't really know how to explain it so I'll call them quirks) are mine and it makes me. well me! Your quirks make you unique your repetitive actions you enjoy make you unique. Your difficultys that are enforced by your autism makes you more unique! What I'm basically saying is that if you encourage your autism to be a hindrance on your life then it will be. Remember that it's not a blanket issue like a common cold but effects everyone differently making each case unique and as a result making yourself unique. I hope this message helps people like me and try and find some light on a issue that doesn't have a cure but with this mindset you won't want one. <3
I am on restriction from Facebook evidently I put something on there that doesn't belong on there
Well the day before my eighteen year old cousin Angel came by the house to visit her grandma when I came out of the door of the house to retrieve the mail ,I had spoke to her she gave me the evil eye I don't know what has been wrong with her