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April 23, 2014 at 10:22am
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April 22, 2014 at 11:25am
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In my view, a genuine pro-life political position takes its commitment to human life seriously, and is therefore willing to commit to supporting the lives of mothers and children rather than simply their births. I do not believe harsh punishment is the way to address the challenges facing mothers and infants that tragically conclude, at times, in abortion. Yet penalty seems to be the one way those operating under the “pro-life” banner feel comfortable expressing their commitment to life, which is why I find the usual rightwing anti-abortion approach underwhelming and incomplete. Compassion isn’t cheap, and it’s defined by its longevity: If we are to take seriously a cultural commitment to life, which I believe we should, then we’ll conduct ourselves with mercy and sensitivity to the difficulties that bring women to choose abortion, and will commit ourselves to concrete political change aimed at reducing those struggles.

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April 3, 2014 at 2:55pm
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Pius XII


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March 17, 2014 at 3:50am
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The standard conservative Christian reaction to the expansion of the “nuclear family” to include gay families has been to redouble the defense of the 1950s hetero-patriarchal model, as if this model were of Divine institution. Modern “traditional marriage” apologists wax lyrical about the nuclear family as the fundamental cell-unit of the political community and above all as the healthiest environment for raising children.

Yet this argument is circular and unconvincing to anyone outside the conservative Christian subculture because it relies on precisely the social constructs called into question by the gay marriage debate. Naturally, if you live in a society that values the heterosexual nuclear family as the ideal, children raised within this structure will be ideally situated for participation in that structure, and social science will “prove” that this is the best environment for raising children, just as, had it existed in the thirteenth century, social science would have “proved” that the best way to raise a child was to send him to a monastery at 7 or 8-years-old.


Aaron Taylor, “Queering the Marriage Debate?” | Ethika Politika (via wesleyhill)


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March 13, 2014 at 4:07am
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do you ever just

make a friend and think

I am so glad this friend is mine

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March 4, 2014 at 12:55am
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Sam Taylor-Woods - Men Don’t Cry

No, they really don’t.

March 3, 2014 at 10:03pm
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February 16, 2014 at 9:35pm
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wouldn’t it be frightening if you walked into a room and suddenly boss battle type music started playing out of nowhere

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February 14, 2014 at 11:53pm
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Sculpture class has got me to wits end and I’m doing my best not to freak out and throw a tantrum while my professor talks. I never snapped before but I feel like i’ll snap if she says anything else to me. 

Ah. I’ve resorted to doing that limb shake thing when you can’t express how angry, and frustrated, and anxious you feel. I’m seriously going to break something. 

I want to throw things, and I haven’t done anything in the past 4 hours because my mind always swirls back to sculpture and i get so upset that i start hitting pillows.

I’ve regressed into a 4 year old.