dragonageconfessions:

CONFESSION: 

 I can’t be the only one who wants at least a little bit of surprise for Inquisition, right?

This is why I scroll past anything and everything related to it. I don’t want to know, ok?

dragonageconfessions:

CONFESSION:

 I can’t be the only one who wants at least a little bit of surprise for Inquisition, right?

This is why I scroll past anything and everything related to it. I don’t want to know, ok?

pincie:

Please reblog if you are a girl and have ever been made to feel ashamed of one or more of these things (wanting to prove a point to some asshole):

-your weight

-your clothing choice

-your amount of make up

-having sex

-not having sex

-breast size

-having your period

-saying no

-not appreciating catcalls 

-masturbating

-body hair

t-iii:

thegahstly1:

pararae:

thegahstly1:

pararae:

blanksexual:

salon:

Religion is ruining health care.

basicly

Why don’t the people getting birth control just go to another nurse. I mean this nurse is dumb as shit any way, because the bible isn’t against “birth control,” it’s against any termination of life.
If people are so upset about it, go to a different nurse practitioner. Y’all are making it sound as if there is no one else in the world you can get birth control from. Also…She’s stupid for suing but then again, America is the lawsuit nation. They’ll do anything for a dollar.

Because regardless or not of how many other nurses there are available; if you’re unwilling to prescribe medicine based on your personal religion, you shouldn’t be a medical practitioner.

People shouldn’t be forced to run the chance of being seen by a nurse who may dismiss them and their needs based on what they think “god wants” just because it’s easier to say “you probably shouldn’t go to this nurse”.

And you sure as hell shouldn’t have grounds to sue for “religious discrimination”

That’s why there are other doctors and nurses.
This lady obviously does things differently. I wouldn’t go to her, but she has every right to not give people birth control if she doesn’t want to. That’s like forcing a Jewish person to serve pork at a restaurant. They know damn well it’s their job but it’s still against their religion to touch and eat unclean meat. If you’re hungry, are you going to just sit there and argue with them? No, you’re going to go out to another restaurant and buy something else.
The world wasn’t meant to cater to your needs. This lady shouldn’t have to sue just because it’s against her religion to prescribe birth control. She should have just said in private to the doctor, “you know, I don’t feel comfortable doing this. My religion prohibits it. Can you get blah blah blah to do it?” And let it go. Religion itself isn’t messing up anything. Why don’t you just go to a doctor that caters your needs instead of putting yourself in that kind of situation where you aren’t getting the treatment you need?

I’m sorry. But there’s a hell of a difference between being a medical practitioner and a server at a restaurant.
And while we’re on the subject, yes I would expect that person to bring me pork if it was on the menu and I ordered it. Their religion shouldn’t impacts ability to have pork when it’s supposed to be available to me.
If you’re going into a medical profession and your faith stops you from providing certain aspects of treatment then you need to go and do something specific as to avoid that situation.
Your or anyone else’s religion does not, should not and must not stop anyone from recovering treatment or medication they need. That’s irresponsible and wrong.
I don’t wish to sound like I’m attacking religion. People are free to worship whatever way they wish. But if it’s impacting your ability to do fundamental aspects of your job (very much more so when you have a duty of care in your job) then I’d argue there’s a problem with that situation and saying “go somewhere else” doesn’t solve this problem. It merely makes people look the other way.

Sorry, but a medical practitioner refusing to provide needed care/medicine is not an equivalent to a chef or waiter refusing to serve pork. No one has ever died, become ill, or otherwise been harmed by a lack of pork on a restaurant menu. Endangering the lives and health of patients by refusing treatment is not acceptable from anyone working in medicine, regardless of their religious beliefs.

If your faith/morals religious or otherwise interfere with your ability to perform your duties in a job - you are not suited for that position. Hospitals and doctors surgeries are places where people put their trust in medical professionals to help them and provide the best possible care - it is not a place where that trust should ever be broken as this nurse has done.

And when I say “endangering lives” - there are plenty of religious beliefs that interfere with the ability to perform duties in medicine (assuming that you strictly adhere to them), the Jehovah’s Witnesses beliefs about donating blood and blood transfusions for instance. Birth control is used for a lot more than contraception, including medical conditions that can lead to extreme pain and illness for the women affected by them.

Umm, no, sorry, but fuck you to some of those comments above. When you go into a field of work, you are aware that there are certain things that are required of you whether it’s practicing medicine or serving food. This nurse clearly believes that birth control is against her religion, but she has no right to force that on other people. Keep your religion out of your work.

As for the whole Jewish person serving pork…I worked with a Muslim guy in a Greek restaurant and we served pork. He knew that before he started working there. He knew and he was cool with that as long as he didn’t have to really touch it much or eat it. We respected that. Sure, we teased him a little about it, but he was very good natured about it and even teased us back about eating it. Really, people who have issues with serving certain types of food are usually aware that they’ll come into contact with it in restaurants. If it’s that much of a concern, they probably wouldn’t want to work there in the first place. But that’s not really the point of this post anyway.
Call this an experiment. Reblog if you have OCs that you adore

mechanicbird:

eroticmirotic:

timemachineyeah:

 

I’ve said this before and I’ll point it out again - 

Menstruation is caused by change in hormonal levels to stop the creation of a uterine lining and encourage the body to flush the lining out. The body does this by lowering estrogen levels and raising testosterone. 

Or, to put it more plainly “That time of the month” is when female hormones most closely resemble male hormones. So if (cis) women aren’t suited to office at “That time of the month” then (cis) men are NEVER suited to office.

If you are a dude and don’t dig the ladies around you at their time of the month, just think! That is you all of the time. 

And, on a final note, post-menopausal (cis) women are the most hormonally stable of all human demographics. They have fewer hormonal fluctuations of anyone, meaning older women like Hilary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren would theoretically be among the least likely candidates to make an irrational decision due to hormonal fluctuations, and if we were basing our leadership decisions on hormone levels, then only women over fifty should ever be allowed to hold office. 

Reblogging hard for that last comment.

I WANTED TO SAY THIS BUT THEN SOMEONE ELSE DID and I’m damn proud.

jon-snow:

god bless sdcc

justanotheridijiton:

barrel—rider:

Osric Chau, Ladies and gentlemen

Osric Chau, we miss you, baby.

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