I’m involved in a discussion online about young adult books like The Hunger Games. There are people who won’t let their teens watch movies/read books like that because they are too violent. Okay sure, raise your own kids how you see fit, but let’s use our noggins here. These are the same people that tell their 3-4 year olds that David threw a rock at Goliath’s head and...
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Happy Mother’s Day to all of you mothers, those who wanted to be mothers, and those who had mothers.
Ellen the Generous
shitmystudentswrite: The cases of these young teens spurred a lot of attention from media icons. Anderson Cooper and Ellen the generous joined to voice their concerns against LGBTQ bullying.
humansofnewyork: Why do so many people think that the price of a meal buys them the right to be a tyrant toward a waiter? I think the best way to judge a person’s character is to observe how they treat people from which they have nothing to gain.
I haven’t seen Avengers yet, and Tumblr is making me anxious. Probably won’t be able to see it until next weekend either. :(