Meu Lugar - Onze 20
“Você já sabe que em qualquer lugar
Eu tô pensando em você
Por mais distante que eu pareça estar
Eu tô pensando em você”
I have never felt so comfortable with another individual in such a short amount of time. He is the best thing that has happened to me in Rio de Janeiro. Chivalry is not dead, and men that are not afraid to express their emotions are still out there. Dom and Letty ain’t got nothing on us hahaha!
This is collectively all the points I’ve been trying to make for ages. I am a female with a degree that falls into “social sciences” because they lied and gave me huge lists of all the “careers” that degree could help me get that employers would like. I am now an admin assistant, JUST like it says. Because it was either this, or the Navy, that was all I really ended up “qualifying” for. And I DO have over 20k to pay back that WILL take me over 10 years and delay me in things like a house and/or kids because I make less than all of my male coworkers after paying the same amount of money for the same damn overpriced degree. I don’t want my future child to have to grow up and go through this system as it is now. It’s such a waste.
sad. so sad. makes me want to drop out and I’m already on the verge as is…
College sucks lol. Yet youre much worse off if u dont go.
Ladies and Gents, take a look at one of many reasons why I am almost never smiling. Some aspects of my life are too depressing for words or even figures, I’m not sure I could explain how this directly affects my life..
What has two thumbs and does not regret dropping out of college? This girl.
this is so fucking depressing -__-
Beatriz wants to live. She’s 22 years old and the mother of an infant, but the 18 week pregnancy she’s carrying is killing her — right now as you read this — and the government of El Salvador has refused to permit an exception to their abortion ban to save her life.
The fetus Beatriz is carrying is anencephalic; it has no brain and won’t survive birth even if her health allowed her to carry to full term. More to the point, Beatriz has lupus, worsened by a kidney malfunction, and it’s very dangerous for her to be pregnant. But under El Salvador’s abortion ban, both Beatriz and any medical staff involved in providing a therapeutic abortion would face criminal charges, carrying penalties as high as 50 years in jail for her and 12 years in jail for her doctors.
Both El Salvador’s Minister of Health and Attorney General for Human Rights support allowing an exception to save Beatriz’ life, yet the Supreme Court has delayed making this literally life and death decision. Now this impoverished young mother has entered early stage renal failure as her pregnancy steadily destroys her kidneys.
Sign now to stand with Beatriz’ husband and infant son today in asking the Salvadoran government to allow her doctors to save her life and their future together as a family.
"I pray more now to understand, than to be understood."
Lauryn Hill (via rethickulous)