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May 12 2016
41

lol at y’all livin that privileged concierge life.

May 12 2016
86

I’m glad you’re okay! After my dog died a few years ago, I was in the depths of misery. I only went to work, lived in my bedroom, didn’t cook at all because I couldn’t bare to leave to get groceries. My concierge didn’t see me coming in and out in the evenings or on weekends, and after about a month I came home from Read more

May 12 2016
31

Because most teenagers aren’t as developed as adults and make dumb decisions without understanding consequences. They are also not swayed by the threat of being tried as adults, because they don’t do high level cost benefit analyses before acting on their emotions. Developmentally, kids are expected to be more Read more

May 11 2016
74

I think she should be charged, but not as an adult. We have two systems for a reason and while her actions are objectionable/wrong/terrible, upping her up to an adult would just be responding to outrage and ignoring the reasoning behind trying juveniles as juveniles.

May 11 2016
96

I’m not pro-fighting but I acknowledge that kids do fight and always have. The victim’s death is a horrible tragedy, but also an accident. A preventable accident for sure—which makes it worse—but still an accident. Read more

May 8 2016
2

Never admit to anything to anyone official. Ever. As you’ve learned, anything even slightly incriminating can be twisted and turned against you. Best bet is not to talk to anyone without an advocate of some sort with you, but barring that, never admit to any flaws or weakness. There’s a time and a place for that and Read more

May 7 2016
9

Honey, since you are in an abusive relationship, you may not have a close girlfriend or girl relative to go to about this, but if you still have one you can see, I’d talk to them. It sounds to me, the internet stranger, that you’ve let this man, in the usual course of his abusiveness, scam you into thinking that you Read more

May 7 2016
5

I’m so sorry for what you’re going through. I hope you’re able to work through your guilt - it sounds like your perception of yourself had been totally skewed by the abuse (which I can relate to). It’s so hard to get yourself out of the habit of thinking you’re to blame and you’re an awful person - especially since Read more

May 7 2016
8

I have absolutely no advice for you - just a big hug. I think you could use a few right now.

May 7 2016
5

These are generally the same people who think that women lie about rape all the time.

May 6 2016
25

And let’s not forget that their concern is limited to the unborn. Once that precious life has cleared the birth canal, it and its mom are on their own.

May 6 2016
5

God, what a horrible story. I feel so badly for that woman. Imagine being shamed into giving birth to your rapist’s child.

May 6 2016
56

I usually add: a seed is not a tree, an egg is not a chicken, a fetus is not a person.

May 6 2016
42

A recent story a pro-life acquaintance posted on Facebook still stays with me days later. It was about a "brave" women who was brutally raped by a stranger but her "brave" husband is sticking with her in her "choice" to keep the baby and raise it with the rest of their kids. The story included a GoFundMe asking for Read more

May 6 2016
22

Yeah, as soon as I read the story, I was thinking, “what about all those ‘persons’ who are currently fertilized eggs chilling in tanks of liquid nitrogen? Do they now ALL have full rights? Does this law mean that every single one of them will HAVE to be implanted?” Read more

May 6 2016
136

“I do not believe in America it is right to punish innocent people for someone else’s crime; that is not our system of justice,” she said. “The baby did nothing wrong, the woman did nothing wrong. The man who raped the woman is the one who done [sic] something wrong and should be punished.” Read more

May 6 2016
112

How does she not get that what she's saying IS punishing innocent people? Rape already disrupts someone's life - let's add 18 years of taking care of an unwanted child to that.

May 6 2016
30

“The man who raped the woman is the one who done [sic] something wrong and should be punished.” Read more