Thursday, November 28

Santa Claus Christmas Troll, Can't CunT Troll Me (Control), 3D Model 3ds Trollface Meme, Fat Guy Dancing, Sexy Woman Troll, Gay Trolls IN THE NAME OF ART: 400 VAGINAS ON THE WALL UNCATEGORIZEDNOV 25 20130 49 ART IN THE FORM OF VAGINAS OF 400 DIFFERENT WOMEN WILL SOUND LIKE MUSIC TO THE EARS OF MOST MEN HOWEVER THIS PROJECT IS DEFINITELY NOT CREATED WITH A PORNOGRAPHIC OR SEXUAL APPROACH BRITISH ARTIST +Jamie McCartney MADE ​​10 PANELS CALLED “THE GREAT WALL OF VAGINA ‘ THE PREMISE OF MCCARTNEY’S PROJECT IS TO MAKE THE MOST INTIMATE PLACE OF THE WOMAN MORE UNDERSTANDABLE WITH THIS WALL JAMIE MCCARTNEY IS AN ENGLISH ARTIST TRAINED AT HARTFORD ART SCHOOL USA FROM WHERE HE GRADUATED WITH HIGHEST HONOURS IN 1991 cunt kunt is a word for the female genitalia particularly the vulva and is widely considered to be extremely vulgar[1] the earliest citation of this usage in the 1972 oxford english dictionary c 1230 refers to the london street known as gropecunt lane scholar germaine greer has said that "it is one of the few remaining words in the english language with a genuine power to shock"[2] generally the word "cunt" is generally regarded in englishspeaking countries as unsuitable for normal public discourse it has been described as "the most heavily tabooed word of all english words"[10][11] although this has been disputed[12]  feminist perspectives some feminists of the 1970s sought to eliminate disparaging terms for women including "bitch" and "cunt"[13] in the context of pornography catharine mackinnon argued that use of the word acts to reinforce a dehumanisation of women by reducing them to mere body parts[14] and in 1979 andrea dworkin described the word as reducing women to "the one essential – 'cunt: our essence  our offence'"

Obesity is a medical condition in which excess body fat has accumulated to the extent that it may have an adverse effect on health, leading to reduced life expectancy and/or increased health problems.[1][2] People are considered obese when their body mass index (BMI), a measurement obtained by dividing a person's weight in kilograms by the square of the person's height in metres, exceeds 30 kg/m2.[3]  Obesity increases the likelihood of various diseases, particularly heart disease, type 2 diabetes, obstructive sleep apnea, certain types of cancer, and osteoarthritis.[2] Obesity is most commonly caused by a combination of excessive food energy intake, lack of physical activity, and genetic susceptibility, although a few cases are caused primarily by genes, endocrine disorders, medications or psychiatric illness. Evidence to support the view that some obese people eat little yet gain weight due to a slow metabolism is limited; on average obese people have a greater energy expenditure than their thin counterparts due to the energy required to maintain an increased body mass.[4][5]  Dieting and physical exercise are the mainstays of treatment for obesity. Diet quality can be improved by reducing the consumption of energy-dense foods such as those high in fat and sugars, and by increasing the intake of dietary fiber.

homosexuality (from ancient greek ὁμός meaning "same" and latin sexus meaning "sex") is romantic attraction sexual attraction or sexual behavior between members of the same sex or gender as an orientation homosexuality refers to "an enduring pattern of or disposition to experience sexual affectionate or romantic attractions" primarily or exclusively to people of the same sex "it also refers to an individual's sense of personal and social identity based on those attractions behaviors expressing them and membership in a community of others who share them"[1][2] coming out (of the closet) is a phrase referring to one's disclosure of their sexual orientation or gender identity and is described and experienced variously as a psychological process or journey[101] generally coming out is described in three phases the first phase is that of "knowing oneself" and the realization emerges that one is open to samesex relations[102] this is often described as an internal coming out the second phase involves one's decision to come out to others eg family friends or colleagues the third phase more generally involves living openly as an lgbt person[103] in the united states today people often come out during high school or college age at this age they may not trust or ask for help from others especially when their orientation is not accepted in society sometimes their own families are not even informed along with bisexuality and heterosexuality 

Here's a bit of advice to parents: don't lie to your kids. Yesterday we wrote a post on a PR stunt by Google to "track Santa" and pointed out that the whole thing is more than a bit silly, especially for Google, which prides itself on openness and spreading information. That post got a fair bit of attention and more than a few comments so we thought we would elucidate, on this beautiful Christmas day, why, exactly, parents shouldn't lie to their kids and make them believe in Santa Claus.  The argument goes something like this: lying to children is bad.  You would think that this would be uncontroversial, somewhere between "Don't punch old ladies" and "World peace is a good idea", but there we are. So let us explain.  It's not just a story. Parents usually defend the Santa lie by saying that it's just a story, like Snow White. But there's a difference between fiction and lying. When you tell your kids a story, they know it's a story. They don't believe it's actually real. When kids play cops and robbers, even though they pretend otherwise -- and that's part of the fun! -- they know they're not actual cops and robbers. It's not the same thing as a telling them a story. Telling stories is awesome. The Santa lie, however, is a lie.  It doesn't do anything for their imagination. This is usually the next line of defense: tricking kids about Santa somehow helps their imagination. But that makes no sense. You're not asking kids to actually imagine anything, you're feeding them beliefs. You are taking advantage of the fact that they trust you to make them believe things are true which are not. That has nothing to do with imagination. If believing in Santa was an exercise in imagination, every kid would believe in a different Santa. And yet the things kids believe about Santa are the things their parents tell them (unless the kids are smart).  Who cares if it's tradition? For a very long time, tradition included such smart education principles as "spare the rod, spoil the child." Now our society doesn't believe in beating children -- and that's a good thing. Families that celebrate Christmas should have Christmas traditions! If you're Christian, well, your religion already has plenty of traditions around that. If you're secular but still want to celebrate Christmas, you still have carols, food, spending time together, and exchanging gifts for the right, correct reason: that you love each other. You don't need to invent a supersonic fat man to show your children you love them.  It's bad tactics. From the parents' purely self-interested perspective, the Santa lie is just dumb parenting. First of all, it erodes your trust capital. Once your kids discover that you were actively lying to them for several years, how much do you think they'll trust you? Some kids are unaffected, but many trust their parents less. The Santa lie is also used to control children: if you're "good" you'll get presents, and if you're "naughty" you won't. But really, has that ever worked? Except for the two weeks before Christmas, and possibly for thirty seconds after being reminded, has any child ever altered his behavior in any way because of this threat?  It's just morally wrong. Sorry to repeat ourselves, but lying to children is just wrong. It is. Just because someone is gullible is no reason to lie to them, and children have a right not to be deceived like everyone else. You can make a case for some "white lies" but the Santa lie is not a white lie. It's just a lie.  It's selfish. That's the biggest reason. Despite their protestations to the contrary, parents don't do it for the benefit of the children. They do it for their own benefit. When pressed and rebutted, parents will eventually blurt out "But they're so cute when they believe in Santa!" That's the real reason, isn't it? Parents tell their kids the Santa lie because it's a form of entertainment. They like to watch kids helplessly believe something they know isn't true. At the end of the day, it's a cruel prank.  So there you go, parents. It's not too late. Come clean.

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