🔥 Popular | Latest

Ass, Bitch, and Creepy: [- inviato 1 giorno fa da /u/ Trying to be really smooth here huh? I am smooth, bitch :P I am certainly not an academic I'd say, rather a leader and in every single situation. And if you were laying on a bed on your side, it wouldn't go amiss for me to come and "Park" my hips inbetween your legs connecting our clits and riding you like a confident woman to an orgasm as I bit down onto my lower lip to assert myself, you'd hear moans from yourself you never thought you were capable of. Besides that, believe it or not, I'm straight forward and in charge outside the bedroom too, be it tyre changing or fixing a leaky tap [-] inviato 1 giorno fa a /u/ Errr you're crossing the line here, no thanks [- inviato 1 giorno fa da /u/ no thanks ) Errrr you're crossing the line here, You're straight for today? [] inviato 1 giorno fa da /u/ Shorty? :P I'm almost 6 foot I lay or sit on the edge of the be and get you on your knees, in fact I'd make you bend over fully, arms and legs stretched so you're a V shape with your ass right up in the air in front of me and I'd spank you for it to feel good on my hands, and I'd vocalise this too. And then get you on your knees and divulge my fingers through your hair and pull you into my soaked pussy 'mouth just like that, just like that' telling you how i like it and then enjoying you to the fullest with my right leg around your neck pulling you in further to devour you until I've orgasmed in your mouth. Get kik or discord for me? ) Permalink Cancella Segnala Blocca Utente Segna Da Leggere Rispondi - inviato 23 ore fa a /u/ Already told you this shit is crossing the line, for fuck's sake. Permalink [-] inviato 23 ore fa da /u/ Are you a fake bisexual or something? God fucking damn Not accepting a stranger's creepy pms makes me a fake bisexual... Ok.
Save
Books, Children, and Family: TO Incid. Campus :UTSC Hart House-FT 3.01 Incid. Campus :UTSC Health & Couns-FT UG $ 75.52 Incid. Campus :UTSC Student Bldgs-FT UG $ 33.44 Incid. Campus UTSC Alcohol Ed & Mon-FT UG $ 1.01 Incid. Campus :UTSC Equity Prog-FT UG 1.71 Incid. Campus :UTSC Family Care-FT UG $ 0.34 Incid. Campus :UTSC Int'1 Stud Supt-FT UG $ 11.80 Incid. Campus :UTSC SL clubs & Fnds-FT UG $ 3.83 Incid. Campus :UTSC TPASC Space-FT UG Incid. Stud. Soc. :SCSU Academic Support-FT $ 0.68 $ 3.89 Incid. Stud. Soc.:SCSU Athletics & Rec-FT $ 2.39 Incid. Stud. Soc.:SCSU Dental Plan-FT $ 104.03 Incid. Stud. Soc.:SCSU Health & Couns-FT 3.65 Incid. Stud. Soc.:SCSU Health & Dentl Admin-FT 2.40 Incid. Stud. Soc.:SCSU Health Plan-FT 82.31 Stud.Soc.:SCSU Student Building-FT Incid. $ 4.37 Incid. Stud. Soc.: SCSU Student Centre-FT $ 40.82 Incid. Stud. Soc.: SCSU UTSC Sports&Rec Cmpl-FT Incid. Stud. Soc.: SCSU Wheelchair Access Proj-FT $ 170.33 $ 1.00 Incid. Stud.Soc.: CIUT-FM UTSC $ 0.50 Incid. Stud. Soc. : Radio FWD(Scar Comm Radio) Incid. Stud. Soc.:SCSU Agenda Books-FT Incid. Stud. Soc.:SCSU Awareness Campaigns-FT $ 12.85 $ 0.20 3.72 Incid. Stud.Soc.:SCSU Blue Sky Solar Car-FT $ 0.13 Incid. Stud. Soc.:SCSU Burs & Scholarships-FT Incid. Stud. Soc.:SCSU Cdn Fed of Stdts(CFS)-FT Incid. Stud. Soc.:SCSU Clubs Funding-FT 1.24 8.15 2.69 Incid. Stud. Soc.:SCSU Conference Fees-FT Incid. Stud. Soc.:SCSU Day Care Subsidy-FT Incid. Stud. Soc.:SCSU Downtown Legal Serv-FT 1.07 $ 0.50 $ 0.50 Incid. Stud.Soc.:SCSU Foster Children Prog-FT $ 0.05 Incid. Stud.Soc.:SCSU Frontier Coll Std Litrcy-FT Incid. Stud. Soc.: SCSU Hlth Init. In Dev Ctry-FT $ 0.50 $ 0.25 Incid. Stud.Soc.:SCSU Orientation-FT $ 0.50 Incid. Stud.Soc.:SCSU Racialized Stdt Coll-FT Incid. Stud.Soc.:SCSU Tax Clinic-FT Incid. Stud. Soc.:SCSU UofT Envrmtl Res Ntwk-FT Incid. Stud. Soc.:SCSU Volunteer Prog-FT $ 0.42 $ 0.08 0.25 0.42 Stud Sa SCSU WeokkofWelcom CI Lacid tA tA My university has more DLC than EA (more being introduced next year)

My university has more DLC than EA (more being introduced next year)

Save
Children, Church, and Computers: Thanks for your honesty in describing your previous history and struggles with your first and second wife!! I wouldnt blame you at all for capitulating to your first wife since i did the same thing: in my relationship of nearly 5 years with a monogamous woman, now dissolved thankiully (for the best, for both of us) i actually brought up polygamy very early on. So i was... 27? I wanna say. Too young to know some things i know now, as well as a much reinforced backbone hah. Basically she freaked out, threatened to leave, i conceded, we worked it out... and spent another 4 years with a very nice and charming but ultimately wrong woman for me in yet another monogamy that didnt pan out. Who knows where i would be on my path today if i had stuck to my guns then (or broke up with her and then done what im doing now alot sooner). All that said, i have zero regrets, life is what it is for a reason which is mostly for God to know and for us to find out as we live it. Im happy im at this junction now and not later, at least Mo Actu Male Yes, you speak about the "lost boys" conundrum of polygamy's "unwanted sons problem". To this i have given a lot of thought. My plan is to keep acquiring land in Montana locally to where i end up owning (perhaps even abutting or adjacent to my own future property there, luckily in MT its plentiful and affordable owing to how massive the state is with only 1.2 million people, plus all other things being equal its actually quite a permissive state for polygamy so long as you play it smart and stay well under the radar). Luckily i have plenty of time, since its not like the first sons will be marrying at 18, probably later like early to mid 20s, maybe even later for some if they have a more interesting and storied life arc before settling down It will be homeschooling all the way for both sons and daughters, although with drastically different materials and course-loads depending on sex. But lets focus on the sons. I want to teach them the Bible and Christian principles and beliefs as my number one priority (ideally we could actually build a nice little white church on the property, im sure the wives would love that), but i also believe its unfair to children of religious homes to under-prepare them for the real world. After all, God gave us His word codified and sealed in the Holy Book, but He also created reality. All of reality. Atheism? Ironically, God either conceived it or merely created the world allowing atheism to happen and knowing ahead of time it would. Capitalism? Science? The stars and cosmos? Cellphones? Computers? All God So i would also teach my sons history, english lit, math and science (basic stuff at first but keep ramping it up), add in machinery and agricultural tech up to pre-teens, and then when they turned around 15-16, depending on aptitude thus far, i would scrap the curriculum and teach them nothing but comp-sci and programming. This would allow them like me to make good money eventually working from home Guy plans to homeschool & keep his daughters ignorant by not teaching them academic subjects such as math & science.

Guy plans to homeschool & keep his daughters ignorant by not teaching them academic subjects such as math & science.

Save
Computers, Doctor, and Huh: mjalti men: *decided women weren't allowed attend schools, study sciences, or have access to higher education men: well if women are so smart then how come there aren't many contributions from women in history huh invisiblespork This post means well, but still erases women's contributions in the same way men have. The truth is that women have made so many contributions to history and science despite men denying them access, but that men have either taken credit for those accomplishments or, when they couldn't, completely divorced that accomplishment from the woman so that no one remembers them. In fact, this happens so often that there's even a name for it. It's called the Matilda Effect which is defined as "the systematic repression and denial of the contribution of woman scientists in research, whose work is often attributed to their male colleagues" but which applies to other fields as welll and goes doubly for women of color. How about just a few (certainly nowhere near all) women who contributed to science? And this is just science, not even history in the lar sense. Margaret Hamilton Lead programmer on the Apollo project, wrote the code to take us to the moon Hedy Lamarr actress and inventor of wifi June Mathas, Frances Marion, Anita Loos, Lorna Moon all silent film directors, in fact about 50 % of films from 1911-1925 were directed by women Annie Jump Cannon developed first stellar classification system and classified nearly 400,000 stars, more than any other person ever Lise Meitner research paved the way for the discovery of nuclear fission, colleagues refused to credit her help, she received no credit while they were given a Nobel prize Grace Hopper - computer scientist who created the first compiler Rita Levi-Montalcini Italian neuroscientist who won a Nobel Prize for her discovery of nerve growth factor Melba Roy Moutan mathematician who led a team of mathermaticians at NASA, nicknamed 'Computers' for their number processing prowess Kay McNulty, Betty Jennings, Betty Snyder, Marlyn Wescoff, Fran Bilas and Ruth Lichterman the primary programers of ENIAC, the first general purpose computer Joyce Jacobson Kaufman chemist who developed the concept of conformational topology Vera Rubin co-authored 114 peer reviewed papers. She specializes in the study of dark matter and galaxy rotation rates. Mary Sherman Morgan rocket scientist who invented hydyne, a liquid fuel that powered the USA's Jupiter C-rocket. Chien-Siung Wu physicist who worked on the Manhattan Project, as well as experimental radioactive studies. She was the first woman to become president of the American Physical Society. Mildred Catherine Rebstock first person to synthesize the antibiotic chloromycetin. Ruby Hirose chemist who conducted vital research about an infant paralysis vaccine Hattie Elizabeth Alexander pediatrician and microbiologist who developed a remedy for Haemophilus influenzae, and conducted vital research on antibiotic resistance. Marie Tharp mapped the floor of the Atlantic Ocean and provided proof of continental drift. Mae Jamison - astronaut who holds a degree in chemical engineering from Stanford University and was the first black woman in space. Ada Lovelace - mathematician and considered to be the world's first computer programmer. Patricia E Bath - ophthalmologist and the inventor of the Laserphaco Probe, which is used to treat cataracts Barbara McClintock - won a Nobel prize for her discovery that genes could move in and between chromosomes. Cecilia Payne - discovered what the universe is made of, she also discovered what the sun is made of (Henry Norris Russell is usually given credit for discovering that the sun's composition is different from the Earth's, but he came to his conclusions four years later than Payne -after telling her not to publish). Yanping Guo mission design leader and one of the women who made up 25% of the New Horizons team. She configured the entire mission trajectory, including Jupiter and Pluto flybys. Agnodice - went to study medicine in Alexandria to help keep women from dying in child birth, pretended to be a man when she came back because it was illegal for a woman to be a doctor in Athens, was so much better than her male colleagues they brought her to court and accused her of seducing her patients as an explanation for her popularity but since she was the reason so many of the court had living wives and kids they were shamed into changing the law instead of executing her. Queen Seondeok of Silla set up first astronomy tower in Asia Jocelyn Bell Bernell discovered first pulsar, Anthony Hewish took credit listiner her as an assistant despite having nothing to do with the discovery, he received a Nobel Prize Nettie Stevens - discovered that chromosomes determined sex, sent her findings to a colleague for peer review, he published it as his own and named her his technician Marie Curie - won 2 Nobel prizes and was constantly attacked by her male colleagues and barred from academic organizations because she was a woman, still managed to be better than them Marie Van Brittan Brown black woman who co-invented home security surveillance Vera Rubin discovered dark matter at Cornell after being rejected from Princeton because she was woman I'm too tired to keep going but how about Jane Goodall, Sally Ride, Rosalind son, Elizabet Dorothy Hodgkin, Shirley Ann Jackson, Kalpana Chawla, Maryam Mirzakhani, Flossie Wong-Staal, Alice Ball, Ida Tacke, Ester Lederberg, Mileva Maric? The absence of women in history is man made. Where my STEM Trolls at?

Where my STEM Trolls at?

Save