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Children, Drugs, and Family: kintatsujo Me: I don't know if I ever want to be pregnant I'd rather adopt a kid or two that are a bit older Someone: Are you SURE? Older adoptees present UNIQUE CHALLENGES Me: We are discussing human beings not digital pets plenoptic07 Literally every child every born and/or parented presents unique challenges. It's like people are kintatsujo An amazing and revolutionary concept indigo-night-wisp When people ask me, "Why do you want to adopt teenagers?" I always answer, "Because you asked like that." I'm real over it. If I become a foster mom to a 17 year old kid and I get the privilege of the option to adopt them? You better believe I am legally making that kid mine. "They'll be a legal adult in no time, why spend the money to adopt? They'll be aged out of the system." There's no aging out of family, Marvin "They might be rebellious or smoke or do drugs or steal things! What if they won't listen to you?" Then I guess l'll have to step up and do some fruxking parenting, Stanley. "You want to adopt problem children then?" All. Children. Are. Problem. Children. If you're not prepared to deal with the fact that at some point, any child ever, whether you birthed them yourself or adopted them at any age, could become a problem? Then you are NOT ready to have children, and should really just step off and let the people who actually want to be parents live in peace with their kids. dearbluetravelers Hey I'm so glad this post is picking up All children are problem children :)
Children, Drugs, and Family: kintatsujo
 Me: I don't know if I ever want to be pregnant
 I'd rather adopt a kid or two that are a bit older
 Someone: Are you SURE? Older adoptees
 present UNIQUE CHALLENGES
 Me: We are discussing human beings not digital
 pets
 plenoptic07
 Literally every child every born and/or parented
 presents unique challenges. It's like people are
 kintatsujo
 An amazing and revolutionary concept
 indigo-night-wisp
 When people ask me, "Why do you want to
 adopt teenagers?" I always answer, "Because
 you asked like that."
 I'm real over it. If I become a foster mom to a 17
 year old kid and I get the privilege of the option
 to adopt them? You better believe I am legally
 making that kid mine.
 "They'll be a legal adult in no time, why spend
 the money to adopt? They'll be aged out of the
 system."
 There's no aging out of family, Marvin
 "They might be rebellious or smoke or do drugs
 or steal things! What if they won't listen to
 you?"
 Then I guess l'll have to step up and do some
 fruxking parenting, Stanley.
 "You want to adopt problem children then?"
 All. Children. Are. Problem. Children. If you're
 not prepared to deal with the fact that at some
 point, any child ever, whether you birthed them
 yourself or adopted them at any age, could
 become a problem? Then you are NOT ready to
 have children, and should really just step off
 and let the people who actually want to be
 parents live in peace with their kids.
 dearbluetravelers
 Hey I'm so glad this post is picking up
All children are problem children :)

All children are problem children :)

Children, Drugs, and Family: kintatsujo Me: I don't know if I ever want to be pregnant I'd rather adopt a kid or two that are a bit older Someone: Are you SURE? Older adoptees present UNIQUE CHALLENGES Me: We are discussing human beings not digital pets plenoptic07 Literally every child every born and/or parented presents unique challenges. It's like people are kintatsujo An amazing and revolutionary concept indigo-night-wisp When people ask me, "Why do you want to adopt teenagers?" I always answer, "Because you asked like that." I'm real over it. If I become a foster mom to a 17 year old kid and I get the privilege of the option to adopt them? You better believe I am legally making that kid mine. "They'll be a legal adult in no time, why spend the money to adopt? They'll be aged out of the system." There's no aging out of family, Marvin "They might be rebellious or smoke or do drugs or steal things! What if they won't listen to you?" Then I guess l'll have to step up and do some fruxking parenting, Stanley. "You want to adopt problem children then?" All. Children. Are. Problem. Children. If you're not prepared to deal with the fact that at some point, any child ever, whether you birthed them yourself or adopted them at any age, could become a problem? Then you are NOT ready to have children, and should really just step off and let the people who actually want to be parents live in peace with their kids. dearbluetravelers Hey I'm so glad this post is picking up All children are problem children :) via /r/wholesomememes http://bit.ly/2AW2lFs
Children, Drugs, and Family: kintatsujo
 Me: I don't know if I ever want to be pregnant
 I'd rather adopt a kid or two that are a bit older
 Someone: Are you SURE? Older adoptees
 present UNIQUE CHALLENGES
 Me: We are discussing human beings not digital
 pets
 plenoptic07
 Literally every child every born and/or parented
 presents unique challenges. It's like people are
 kintatsujo
 An amazing and revolutionary concept
 indigo-night-wisp
 When people ask me, "Why do you want to
 adopt teenagers?" I always answer, "Because
 you asked like that."
 I'm real over it. If I become a foster mom to a 17
 year old kid and I get the privilege of the option
 to adopt them? You better believe I am legally
 making that kid mine.
 "They'll be a legal adult in no time, why spend
 the money to adopt? They'll be aged out of the
 system."
 There's no aging out of family, Marvin
 "They might be rebellious or smoke or do drugs
 or steal things! What if they won't listen to
 you?"
 Then I guess l'll have to step up and do some
 fruxking parenting, Stanley.
 "You want to adopt problem children then?"
 All. Children. Are. Problem. Children. If you're
 not prepared to deal with the fact that at some
 point, any child ever, whether you birthed them
 yourself or adopted them at any age, could
 become a problem? Then you are NOT ready to
 have children, and should really just step off
 and let the people who actually want to be
 parents live in peace with their kids.
 dearbluetravelers
 Hey I'm so glad this post is picking up
All children are problem children :) via /r/wholesomememes http://bit.ly/2AW2lFs

All children are problem children :) via /r/wholesomememes http://bit.ly/2AW2lFs

Target, Tumblr, and Blog: femestella:How Body Positive Activist Jessamyn Stanley Inspired Me to Get Back Into Yoga
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Target, Tumblr, and Blog: femestella:How Body Positive Activist Jessamyn Stanley Inspired Me to Get Back Into Yoga

femestella:How Body Positive Activist Jessamyn Stanley Inspired Me to Get Back Into Yoga

Target, Http, and Yoga: How Body Positive Activist Jessamyn Stanley Inspired Me to Get Back Into Yoga
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Target, Http, and Yoga: How Body Positive Activist Jessamyn Stanley Inspired Me to Get Back Into Yoga

How Body Positive Activist Jessamyn Stanley Inspired Me to Get Back Into Yoga

Beautiful, Children, and Drinking: Kara and I drove out to Stanley Park with a bottle of wine, and sat on the beach» drinking and talking until 2:00 in the moming. I had no idea how much it Could mean to meet someone who had been through this whole proCesS.. I Just don t understand these People Who tolk about how much they love being trons. I hate it! It's the worst part of my lifel Thinking about it is just so painful! All the years I missed out on. All the things Im never going to get to do. I mean. I'll never get to have Children! I remember feeling the Same woy But look at this flower here poking its Way out through the pavement. Just to bloom they 【 But despite all that, here it is. Blooming flowers have ahave to force their really rough time way out through in life Concrete. Just as beautiful as any other flower. O IL More beautiful, even. A っ I mean, how omazing is it that It con still be a very painful life. againSt all odds this little fowerEspecially for the flowers that get was still able break through into tomped down by the world. But thot the world and live its life?doen't take away from their beauty. I guess thot's how I feel abour being trans. I think it's amazing that in this vast universe that at every tum tries to Suppress our existence. we Somehow find who We are and beCome our true Selves. I think that's the most beautiful thing in the world. Kara had eXperienced And made it out the other Side with a sm ile on her everythingI had, and worSe... face. And hope for the A lifetime of future. SuCCe55... X It just let me feel for the first time like moybe, just maybe. Everything was going to be OK after all.. lifeofbriacomix: I always have a hard time knowing what to say on TDOR. So I think I’ll mostly leave it to this piece from my graphic novel, First Year Out.Trans people are the strongest, most resilient, most beautiful people in existence. We are the flowers growing out of the cracks in the pavement. You can step on us, but we’ll never stop blooming.
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Beautiful, Children, and Drinking: Kara and I drove out to Stanley
 Park with a bottle of wine, and
 sat on the beach» drinking and
 talking until 2:00 in the moming.
 I had no idea how much it Could
 mean to meet someone who had been
 through this whole proCesS..
 I Just don t understand these
 People Who tolk about how
 much they love being trons.
 I hate it! It's the worst
 part of my lifel Thinking
 about it is just so painful!
 All the years I missed out
 on. All the things Im never
 going to get to do. I mean.
 I'll never get to have Children!
 I remember
 feeling the
 Same woy
 But look at this flower here poking
 its Way out through the pavement.

 Just to bloom they 【 But despite all that, here
 it is. Blooming
 flowers have ahave to force their
 really rough time way out through
 in life
 Concrete.
 Just as beautiful as any
 other flower.
 O IL
 More beautiful, even. A
 っ
 I mean, how omazing is it that It con still be a very painful life.
 againSt all odds this little fowerEspecially for the flowers that get
 was still able break through into tomped down by the world. But thot
 the world and live its life?doen't take away from their beauty.
 I guess thot's how I feel abour
 being trans.
 I think it's amazing that in this
 vast universe that at every tum
 tries to Suppress our existence.
 we Somehow find who We are and
 beCome our true Selves.
 I think that's the most
 beautiful thing in the world.

 Kara had
 eXperienced
 And made it
 out the other
 Side with a
 sm ile on her
 everythingI
 had, and
 worSe...
 face.
 And hope
 for the
 A lifetime of
 future.
 SuCCe55... X
 It just let me feel for the first time like
 moybe, just maybe.
 Everything was going to be OK after all..
lifeofbriacomix:

I always have a hard time knowing what to say on TDOR. So I think I’ll mostly leave it to this piece from my graphic novel, First Year Out.Trans people are the strongest, most resilient,  most beautiful people in existence. We are the flowers growing out of the cracks in the pavement. You can step on us, but we’ll never stop blooming.

lifeofbriacomix: I always have a hard time knowing what to say on TDOR. So I think I’ll mostly leave it to this piece from my graphic novel...

Family, Fucking, and Hockey: PLAYER OF THE GAME Cat on the ice during pregame Wendy's NBA Eastern Conference Playoffs-First Round NBA CSN captainekmanlarsson: shinethewaythrough: angryblackman: hokuto-ju-no-ken: unicornlordart: the-entire-furry-fandom: No, wait you don’t understand.  That cat became an icon THIS MONTH AND IS STILL ONE. that’s Jo-Pawveski, a stray who wandered onto the ice and past the nashville predators bench during round 2 of playoffs. They eventually picked her up and sent her to the humane society. Here she is. The SAN JOSE SHARKS won that game and attributed it to her, naming her after the Sharks captain: Joe Pavelski. When they found out she was a girl, they changed her name to Jo instead of Joe. She became an instant good luck charm after that as the Sharks won every game at home that series and moved onto round three. Since then, every game, they stack pucks and stick a idol to Jo for luck. This little cat has had merchendise made out of her. She’s literally almost replaced SJ sharkie as maschot of the team. I mean. I’m not making this up. I HAVE A RALLY TOWEL OF HER THEY GAVE OUT FOR GAME 1 OF THE 3RD ROUND. I OWN THIS FUCKING THING: FURRIES HAVE BEEN SHOWING UP DRESS AS HER.  She had her own livestream to check in on her. SHE’S IN THE PREGAME OPENING ANIMATION And so I know what you’re gonna say here. Well… what happened to Jo, though. Good news, This week, as Sharks made their first Stanley Cup, Jo and another Kitty were adopted.  And that kids, is the story of JO PAWVELSKI. The stray black cat of the San Jose Sharks.  I’m beaming with shark pride and I ain’t even that big into hockey @svartsvensk Didn’t a member of the team adopt her? Yes! Patrick Marleau’s family adopted her so now she’s Jo Marleau :)
Family, Fucking, and Hockey: PLAYER OF THE GAME
 Cat on the ice during pregame
 Wendy's
 NBA Eastern Conference Playoffs-First Round
 NBA
 CSN
captainekmanlarsson:
shinethewaythrough:

angryblackman:

hokuto-ju-no-ken:

unicornlordart:

the-entire-furry-fandom:

No, wait you don’t understand. 
That cat became an icon THIS MONTH AND IS STILL ONE.
that’s Jo-Pawveski, a stray who wandered onto the ice and past the nashville predators bench during round 2 of playoffs. They eventually picked her up and sent her to the humane society.
Here she is.
The SAN JOSE SHARKS won that game and attributed it to her, naming her after the Sharks captain: Joe Pavelski. When they found out she was a girl, they changed her name to Jo instead of Joe.
She became an instant good luck charm after that as the Sharks won every game at home that series and moved onto round three.
Since then, every game, they stack pucks and stick a idol to Jo for luck.
This little cat has had merchendise made out of her. She’s literally almost replaced SJ sharkie as maschot of the team.
I mean. I’m not making this up. I HAVE A RALLY TOWEL OF HER THEY GAVE OUT FOR GAME 1 OF THE 3RD ROUND. I OWN THIS FUCKING THING:
FURRIES HAVE BEEN SHOWING UP DRESS AS HER. 
She had her own livestream to check in on her.
SHE’S IN THE PREGAME OPENING ANIMATION
And so I know what you’re gonna say here.
Well… what happened to Jo, though.
Good news, This week, as Sharks made their first Stanley Cup, Jo and another Kitty were adopted. 

And that kids, is the story of JO PAWVELSKI.
The stray black cat of the San Jose Sharks. 

I’m beaming with shark pride and I ain’t even that big into hockey

@svartsvensk

Didn’t a member of the team adopt her?


Yes! Patrick Marleau’s family adopted her so now she’s Jo Marleau  :)

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