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manafromheaven:

haussofkm:

mockeryd:

Dog: I AM SORRY BABY HUMAN! DO NOT CRY ANYMORE! i SHALL BRING YOU MORE TOYS

The cutest thing ever.

OMG

Heart = melt

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manafromheaven:

haussofkm:

mockeryd:

Dog: I AM SORRY BABY HUMAN! DO NOT CRY ANYMORE! i SHALL BRING YOU MORE TOYS

The cutest thing ever.

OMG

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kaci3po:

rights-for-all-big-and-small:

Whether you want to believe it or not you are ending your child’s life. There are always other options.

Yo, I have written about this before pretty extensively but the short version is this: you are deluding yourself if you think it’s easy to get a hysterectomy. I had a health condition that one could’ve cured and I was denied it for over ten years, despite begging for it.
I’m going to let you in on a little secret: the default assumption everyone — including doctors — currently works from is that if you have a uterus, you will one day want to use it for reproduction. Even if you say you don’t want to be pregnant now, you will obviously change your mind later because there’s certainly no way a person with a uterus could decide they don’t want children. I mean, obviously, right? That’s how it works?
And so no matter how certain you are when you say to a doctor “hey, I’d really like to be sterilized, please” they answer back, “but what about the babiez!”
And none of this is even touching on the fact that a hysterectomy has a lot of negative side effects including premature menopause. I mean, if you’re saying someone should be sterilized, there are a lot healthier ways to do it that reduce risk and negative side effects. I’m guessing you choose hysterectomy because it’s the one that will “punish” the child-free the most.
Of course, the very idea that you think you should get to decide who is sterilized is pretty gross, tbh; down that road lies eugenics which haven’t worked out too well for humanity.
There’s also the fact that not wanting to get pregnant at one point in one’s life shouldn’t preclude them from getting pregnant later if they want. Someone who becomes pregnant at 17 and chooses to abort in order to focus on their education might very well welcome a pregnancy at age 27. Someone who becomes pregnant as a result of rape might not want to carry their rapist’s child but might happily carry a pregnancy that resulted from a loving union. Circumstances change.
Basically, this whole post is gross and misinformed and spits in the face of my ten year struggle to find a doctor who would sterilize me for a legitimate medical condition, much less wanting it just because I didn’t want children.
So…fuck off kindly, please.

kaci3po:

rights-for-all-big-and-small:

Whether you want to believe it or not you are ending your child’s life. There are always other options.

Yo, I have written about this before pretty extensively but the short version is this: you are deluding yourself if you think it’s easy to get a hysterectomy. I had a health condition that one could’ve cured and I was denied it for over ten years, despite begging for it.

I’m going to let you in on a little secret: the default assumption everyone — including doctors — currently works from is that if you have a uterus, you will one day want to use it for reproduction. Even if you say you don’t want to be pregnant now, you will obviously change your mind later because there’s certainly no way a person with a uterus could decide they don’t want children. I mean, obviously, right? That’s how it works?

And so no matter how certain you are when you say to a doctor “hey, I’d really like to be sterilized, please” they answer back, “but what about the babiez!”

And none of this is even touching on the fact that a hysterectomy has a lot of negative side effects including premature menopause. I mean, if you’re saying someone should be sterilized, there are a lot healthier ways to do it that reduce risk and negative side effects. I’m guessing you choose hysterectomy because it’s the one that will “punish” the child-free the most.

Of course, the very idea that you think you should get to decide who is sterilized is pretty gross, tbh; down that road lies eugenics which haven’t worked out too well for humanity.

There’s also the fact that not wanting to get pregnant at one point in one’s life shouldn’t preclude them from getting pregnant later if they want. Someone who becomes pregnant at 17 and chooses to abort in order to focus on their education might very well welcome a pregnancy at age 27. Someone who becomes pregnant as a result of rape might not want to carry their rapist’s child but might happily carry a pregnancy that resulted from a loving union. Circumstances change.

Basically, this whole post is gross and misinformed and spits in the face of my ten year struggle to find a doctor who would sterilize me for a legitimate medical condition, much less wanting it just because I didn’t want children.

So…fuck off kindly, please.

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