orlando4vita
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orlando4vita
Jul 11 2017
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ah, well, lucky you, i guess? you’re literally the only person i’ve encountered who has experienced late-term/neonatal loss, held their dead baby (because for them it was a child and not a “fetus”) and gotten over it. my healthy, full-term son died in my arms after contracting meningitis in the hospital. i’ll never Read more

Jul 10 2017
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it’s not considered a miscarriage after 24 weeks. if the baby dies in utero after that point, it’s a stillbirth, and if the baby is born (even prematurely) and dies, it’s considered neonatal death. Read more

Nov 24 2016
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more reasonable than Sarkozy? seriously? Fillon sure as hell doesn’t feel more reasonable to us queers living in France and worrying about what having him as president would mean for us and our families.

Nov 10 2016
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he’s not invested in anyone but himself. but of all those people who’ll be “advising” him and making decisions are still pissed that the queers have gotten (some of) the same rights they have, and now’s their chance to put things “right.”....far right.

Nov 7 2016
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only a very few lines, though, and they are scary, evil death traps. i was halfway through one the other day just as the door’s-about-to-close alarm went off, and if i hadn’t backed my ass (and the rest of me) out of there very very fast, i would be missing at least a limb right now. i worry about kids and elderly Read more

Nov 7 2016
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so do you have a “manif pour tous” sticker on your laptop as well, because as a queer ‘ricaine living in your country, i’d assume you support them too if i saw your McCrory sticker.

Nov 7 2016
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yep, i understand. a Trump win would mean my never returning “home”. not even to visit. and if (maude forbid) Le Pen gets in to power here, we’re definitely going to have to leave this country.

Nov 7 2016
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i’m not really sure which news is “my own”, as i’m not French, but here’s what one of the papers said about it: Read more

Nov 7 2016
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huh? i live in Paris and neither i nor my wife, nor any of the other women i know here did this.

Nov 3 2016
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did anyone else see a Yorkie = “your key” connection? or am i just imaging that?

Nov 3 2016
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i really liked Nosedive and thought it was a great commentary on social media and the approval of others. it made me laugh instead of making me anxious (but then i think i’m kind of in the same place as the truck driver). Shut Up and Dance, though, holy frak. i was in need of a joint and a massage after that episode.

Nov 3 2016
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i definitely agree with your last line, and i’m so happy that the show exists. it’s a lovely (and often extremely uncomfortable) brainfuck, and it gives me a similar feeling to some of the old Twilight Zone episodes. i’m not sure why i wasn’t that into SJ, but my wife wasn’t either. (and ironically, we’re both Read more

Nov 3 2016
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that was actually one of my least favorites of season 3. it was sweet, and i was definitely very surprised and pleased to see a lesbian relationship featured, but it didn’t really move me nor did it challenge me the way other episodes have.

Oct 13 2016
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and as someone who’s faced homophobia from plenty of non-religious folks, i’d argue otherwise.