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anicecoldbath: molothoo: thatpettyblackgirl: LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Took a peek at his profile for fun and I- of course he has MAGA in his bio lmao And always with the same avatar… They fucking love those sunglasses having his pronouns listed at the end knocked the breath out of me It’s hilarious that guys like this think it’s anyone’s fault other than their own that no woman wants to go out with them : Tweet Sean McCarthy @SeanMick69 Replying to @holy_schnitt Maybe if you'd respect yourself and not wave your tits and ass around men would respect you too! And try not wearing makeup sometime like a natural look 1:05 AM Jul 8, 2019 Twitter for iPhone ellie schnitt @holy_schnitt does every ugly white guy have this exact response copy pasted from shared "I never get pussy support group" google doc Sean McCarthy @SeanMick69. 11h Replying to @holy_schnitt Maybe if you'd respect yourself and not wave your tits and ass around men would respect you too! And try not wearing makeup sometime we like a natural look 1:14 AM Jul 8, 2019 Twitter for iPhone 20.9K Likes 1.8K Retweets anicecoldbath: molothoo: thatpettyblackgirl: LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Took a peek at his profile for fun and I- of course he has MAGA in his bio lmao And always with the same avatar… They fucking love those sunglasses having his pronouns listed at the end knocked the breath out of me It’s hilarious that guys like this think it’s anyone’s fault other than their own that no woman wants to go out with them
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fromchaostocosmos: ceciliadavidson:wayward-penguin:destinyrush:I don’t normally post about this kind  of stuff, but this is important 🙌🏾Yes, because toddlers are such experts on the worldly issues. Lets allow our kids to do whatever. Lets allow our kids to get confused. Lets allow our kids to grow up poorly adjusted and develop low-self esteem because we were too “progressive” to raise them within their gender norms, because we like to feel like special snowflakes. Originally posted by yourreactiongifsOnly someone as stupid as a libertarian would misuse that John Cleese gif when it applies to their own logic.: , Follow @girlinterrvpted megan fox not forcing gender roles onto her sons is something I am here to support , Follow @girlinterrvpted she casually mentioned in an interview that there's no rules in her house and that her son likes to wear dresses, moms, take notes fromchaostocosmos: ceciliadavidson:wayward-penguin:destinyrush:I don’t normally post about this kind  of stuff, but this is important 🙌🏾Yes, because toddlers are such experts on the worldly issues. Lets allow our kids to do whatever. Lets allow our kids to get confused. Lets allow our kids to grow up poorly adjusted and develop low-self esteem because we were too “progressive” to raise them within their gender norms, because we like to feel like special snowflakes. Originally posted by yourreactiongifsOnly someone as stupid as a libertarian would misuse that John Cleese gif when it applies to their own logic.

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dna-today: When DNA ancestry contradicts your identity. With the discovery of DNA more the 145 years ago and the vastly advancing research of DNA since then, we now have access to incredible information at our fingertips. One of the more trending services offered online is the invitation to discover the details of our DNA ancestry and origins. It sounds very thrilling and exciting to be able to look into our genetic history that we can’t trace in any other way through living or deceased relatives. But is it always a pleasant surprise and is it always all it promises to be? Just yesterday, SBS news reporter Janice Petersen, published her personal experience of trying out an ancestry DNA test. It revealed a lot of information, some of which seemed obvious according to what she personally knows from family history and stories, and some of which just seemed completely random and unexpected. And she is not alone. In reality, most people planning to try a DNA ancestry test actually already have high and particular expectations going in. They have most likely talked to several of their family members, accumulating a general family history, and believe that this test will just solidify that information. And then when the results arrive, numbers don’t quite add up. It is important to remember that over the past few decades, travel within the same continents and between them became a reality! Just 100 years ago most of this travel would not have been possible and now we talk about flying to Europe from America as if it was just a bike ride away. According to the World Tourism Organization, UNWTO, in 2014 the number of international tourists was 1,138 million (that‘s right, check how many zeros that is)! And that’s the people who counted as overnight visitors. When it comes to actual migrations, according to UN statistics, the number of international migrants reached 244 million in 2015 which was a 41% increase compared to just 15 years earlier. The point is that with millions and millions of people travelling and more permanently relocating from their country of birth to wherever they may please on a daily basis, is it really surprising that your recent family history might not actually match your more historic origins? After all, we only really know what we are told by our closest family and they only have a certain capacity of information as well. And knowing this information about our DNA – does it define us as a person and our habits and our likes and dislikes? If we like curry and turns out that more that 30% of our DNA is attributed to Northern Europe (like Sweden or Norway), does that mean that we have been living our lives wrong and liking the wrong things? Of course not! We are the individuals that we build ourselves to be over our lifetime and these tests and the information they provide should only be regarded as an entertaining analysis. Something to enhance our understanding of ourselves, not to make us doubtful of our choices and lifestyles. Something to create social connections with people from the other side of the world who we will probably never meet, but are genetically connected to. Something to celebrate and really feel like an integral part of the big and diverse world we live in. How do you feel about finding out more about your DNA ancestry?  Have you done a test and how did you feel about the results?  Share your stories and opinions! If you are considering doing a test, you might want to check out the ancestry DNA tests offered here. : dna-today: When DNA ancestry contradicts your identity. With the discovery of DNA more the 145 years ago and the vastly advancing research of DNA since then, we now have access to incredible information at our fingertips. One of the more trending services offered online is the invitation to discover the details of our DNA ancestry and origins. It sounds very thrilling and exciting to be able to look into our genetic history that we can’t trace in any other way through living or deceased relatives. But is it always a pleasant surprise and is it always all it promises to be? Just yesterday, SBS news reporter Janice Petersen, published her personal experience of trying out an ancestry DNA test. It revealed a lot of information, some of which seemed obvious according to what she personally knows from family history and stories, and some of which just seemed completely random and unexpected. And she is not alone. In reality, most people planning to try a DNA ancestry test actually already have high and particular expectations going in. They have most likely talked to several of their family members, accumulating a general family history, and believe that this test will just solidify that information. And then when the results arrive, numbers don’t quite add up. It is important to remember that over the past few decades, travel within the same continents and between them became a reality! Just 100 years ago most of this travel would not have been possible and now we talk about flying to Europe from America as if it was just a bike ride away. According to the World Tourism Organization, UNWTO, in 2014 the number of international tourists was 1,138 million (that‘s right, check how many zeros that is)! And that’s the people who counted as overnight visitors. When it comes to actual migrations, according to UN statistics, the number of international migrants reached 244 million in 2015 which was a 41% increase compared to just 15 years earlier. The point is that with millions and millions of people travelling and more permanently relocating from their country of birth to wherever they may please on a daily basis, is it really surprising that your recent family history might not actually match your more historic origins? After all, we only really know what we are told by our closest family and they only have a certain capacity of information as well. And knowing this information about our DNA – does it define us as a person and our habits and our likes and dislikes? If we like curry and turns out that more that 30% of our DNA is attributed to Northern Europe (like Sweden or Norway), does that mean that we have been living our lives wrong and liking the wrong things? Of course not! We are the individuals that we build ourselves to be over our lifetime and these tests and the information they provide should only be regarded as an entertaining analysis. Something to enhance our understanding of ourselves, not to make us doubtful of our choices and lifestyles. Something to create social connections with people from the other side of the world who we will probably never meet, but are genetically connected to. Something to celebrate and really feel like an integral part of the big and diverse world we live in. How do you feel about finding out more about your DNA ancestry?  Have you done a test and how did you feel about the results?  Share your stories and opinions! If you are considering doing a test, you might want to check out the ancestry DNA tests offered here.

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