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Reblogged from i---ickk
SO MUCH TRUTH <3
Seriously if you can’t do these basic things you should NOT BE HAVING SEX
In fact I’d say that someone who is so selfish that they don’t care about what their partner wants or enjoys or what makes them happy shouldn’t be in ANY kind of relationship at all
Reblogged from misandryxvx
You are not a bad person for getting abortion, it doesn’t matter if:
- you were assaulted
- your birth control failed
- you weren’t on birth control at all
- there is a medical issue
- you don’t want children
- you already have children and can’t handle another
- you aren’t ready
- you don’t want to be pregnant
You are never a bad person for needing an abortion. There is nothing wrong with you. Don’t ever let anyone tell you otherwise.
You are not alone.
Asked by Anonymous
Anybody out there who wants to have an actual conversation with me and not just some one-sided lurker thing?
Reblogged from jaelynno
Well, here is a little Doodling Project I’ve been working on. This is a Whole Poster Board. Anyway, you all know the question we vegans get! ”What do you eat, then?” And, “Where do you get your protein?” There would be nothing left to eat if you didn’t want to eat Dairy, Meat, and Eggs, Right?? ;P This should give anyone who doesn’t want to consume animals at least a little start! :)
There are many foods not on this list (probably thousands more), but like I said it’s a start.
By the way, I use www.barnivore.com to check for vegan alcohol. If y’all know of another site, please let me know.
Reblogged from fightingforanimals
Chickens in the meat industry (“broilers”) suffer from more severe deformities than any other factory farmed animal. Selective breeding in the poultry industry has focused on speeding up physical development and increasing the relative size of the chicken’s more profitable organs, especially the breast muscles. The end result is a young bird with the legs and internal organs of a young chick, and a grossly enlarged breast. These chickens’ pelvises and legs become deformed and collapse under the animal’s own weight, and the strain on their hearts and lungs causes ascites and heart failure.
Read more about chickens in the meat industry here:http://anonymous.org.il/art489.html
Pictured: The weight and slaughter age of a broiler chicken in 1920 and in 2014.