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As most people know the transgender community has gained ground in acceptance. Some feminists now largely disagree that transgenders should be allowed to do everything a woman does. Bathroom usage certain jobs etc.
Upon my arrival here I combated the premise that women and men can be considered truly equal. Everyone has potential to uniquely excel past prefixed limitations but, I always say you have to be realistic. Society isnt always realistic and that brings about this topic.
A year and a half ago. I've avoided going since because (first) I was grossly overcharged for a routine procedure. They charged me one thing, and then upgraded the entry *three* times to charge me at least a hundred more each time. All in all, I paid several hundred dollars out-of-pocket to biopsy a mole, when I was told it would cost around $50.
I've moved since and just haven't gotten around to a checkup. by Sonic# in Random Tue Oct 16 1:23 PM
Engineering is one of the coolest jobs in the world, but there are so many disciplines it can be a little daunting to choose one for yourself! I wasn't happy with the existing quizzes, they were mostly way too direct (do you like bridges or wires? uh...) or way too career-spammy, and they were all way too serious. So with that in mind I took some personality traits and kinda did my best attempt at mapping them to engineering fields. It's not scientific or accurate because it really doesn't matter, engineers do so many things and move around so much there's no way to predict what path you'll end up on... so relax! This point of this test is to combine the fun of a personality quiz with the usefulness of a career test... hey look at that, fun AND useful? It's getting engineer-y already! Mon Oct 15 3:00 AM
Happy birthday! I wanted to get you a spy baby, which led me down a hole that included a lot of hateful propaganda and scary medical stuff, but eventually led me to cute babies in decorated cranial molding helmets including an r2d2. So here's a Jabba cupcakehttps://s14-eu5.startpage.com/cgi-bin/serveimage?url=http%3A%2F%2Ft0.gstatic.com%2Fimages%3Fq%3Dtbn%3AANd9GcSyRgADDvuqeoxN-q5o9f5Sao8fsq1cysZTHbgaoAsrU442ronHJA&sp=007f23ee810913f8ec2460b921aa8994&anticache=418319 by melsbells in Random Fri Oct 12 3:35 PM
I got my ballot in the mail yesterday and mailed it out today. It came with a sticker saying "I voted by mail" which I happily stuck on after the envelope went in the box. I don't remember getting stickers with the mail-in-ballot in the past. It's also much bigger than any sticker I've gotten when voting at my assigned voting place. :america: With my status in my state of most recent residence, I can only vote in federal elections, but my ballot still contains issues down to my district, and I felt the temptation to vote and also the fear that I would give in invalidating my ballot. by melsbells in Random Fri Oct 12 3:22 PM
I have been told I radiate a lot of heat. I usually don't get the benefit of feeling this for myself - I tend to get cold hands. So I prefer to be moderately hot in indoor environments.
That said, where I live the heat usually comes with very high humidity. Humidity where sweating brings no relief, where clothes cling to skin with dampness. I'd rather have cold than that. by Sonic# in Random Fri Oct 12 2:17 PM