Yes, it is!!!!!!!! They get paid for casual sex and get filmed-and it's legal.
But if you're a prostitute than it's illegal.
If we're going to make prostitution illegal, then porn should be illegal, too.
It makes no sense.
How about both porn and prostitution be legal , as long as there is no rape. How hard is that?
I wish more people looked more deeply into The Lion King (and other such movies) Sure, it's Disney, rated G, and it's about animals. But why should we automatically dismiss it as nothing more than a little kids' movie? If it was just a little kids' movie, it would teach little kids' education (shows like Sesame Street, Dora, and Blue's Clues) instead of really sensitive topics such as the plot themes of The Lion King. Same for all of the other Disney films. Bambi, Robin Hood, Hercules, Hunchback, Frozen- pretty much nearly every Disney movie ever.
They all have deep messages, and yet many people (but not all, of course) judge it by who made it, if it's animated, and the characters' covers.
They aren't just lions. The Lion King was inspired by Biblical stories and Hamlet. It's not a kids' movie.
Can kids watch it? Yes.
Is it just for kids? No!
These are all symbols. Everything is symbolic. What's the point of telling stories meant to be insightful if they have no morals or symbolism?
Are you going to dismiss "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" just because it's about a wolf and a boy?
Sure, it's safe for kids. But the message is meant to be held in mature standards.
Same for Narnia. It was based off of the author's belief in Christianity. Aslan is based off of Jesus.
Same for Harry Potter. It teaches about the power of love and the meaning of bravery.
Even MLP isn't just for little kids. It doesn't teach the # 7 like Sesame Street does.
It's about friendship.
So before you judge fictional stories by its covers, remember symbolism .
Sure, it's fiction. But fiction is supposed to reflect off of real life- just in many different forms.
Don't FORCE them to do anything! If the animals are being forced to do things they clearly do not want to do, it is cruel and they are being treated like they have no will. Objects don't have a will, feelings, or thoughts. Animals, just like us, have them. Therefore, they are being treated like objects.
If you want to enter your animal into a contest, make sure you are respecting the animal. If he or she gets really scared or tried to run away, then respect his or her wishes to refuse to enter
Of course it is! When it comes to a fat guy and a regular woman, their breasts are no different! It is misogynist to be ok with a man's pair of plump breasts but not ok with a woman's. If everyone sees breasts as sex objects, then stop with the double standards! Makes no sense
As long as your tattoo isn't offensive If the tattoo isn't offensive, I don't see why it should effect your job.
Just cover them up and you'll be fine.
Professional appearance is as much as expression as tattoos are.
That's why I believe in a balance.
A professional appearance one moment, then my own appearance the next.
Only for really essential things such as organ transplants Now, I totally disagree with using 3D printers for things we don't need. For example, if we have the food to make the 3D printed food, then we don't need to print it. It won't solve world hunger. Giving the food we already have to the hungry will. Want to make more food? Grow it. Cook it. It's not that hard. We're wasting money by buying printers to make food which of we already have an abundance. Think about it.
It depends on the reason why he/she dropped out and whether he/she wants to get an education Some people drop out because they are lazy, stupid, a criminal, did drugs, or got pregnant (if a girl).
But so many people don't realize that not every high school dropout is the same, and that is why high school dropouts have a negative stereotype.
Don't believe me? Look up "successful high school dropouts."
But I believe it depends on the REASON why he/she dropped out (not the fact that he/she dropped out at all) and if he/she still determined to get an education.
Yes and No-But Mainly Yes I always make sure my tattoos are covered when I'm working, not because people tell me to, but because I want to.
I believe in a balance of professionalism and individualism.
By this, I mean I like the idea of covering up our body markings and pretending to be "normal" and then revealing to others that we were no different.
Until people realize that tattoos are not unprofessional, I would like to have that balance to prove the judgmental people a point.
I would actually like to hire an applicant even more if they qualify and refuse to cover up their tattoos in abhorrence of the thought of tattoos being "unprofessional." It shows they refuse to conform when they aren't hurting anyone, and that's the type of employee I want.
What if that fetus was you? No, I am not religious.
No, I am not a homophobe.
Yes, I am female.
That doesn't mean I'm not against abortion.
I am against abortion because it's infanticide to me!
Sure, it may not have the mental capacity yet to know what's going on, but we were all fetuses once!
This life could be our next president!
No, I am not against women's rights.
Why would I EVER be against women's rights if I'm a woman?
I, with all my heart, wish there was a possibiltiy for a win-win situation for the mother and fetus. The fetus lives, and the mother doesn't go through any severe pain during the pregnancy and during labor.
Arresting someone for not having a home? Where is the logic in that?
If we are going to arrest a homeless person, arrest them if they hurt someone, not for not being housed.
I don't agree with stealing, but sometimes we have no choice. So many people steal out of actual need. We can't arrest them for that.
Remember Jean Valjean? He stole to feed his sister's starving family. Should he have been arrested?