I cannot understand anti-abortion arguments that centre on the sanctity of life. As a species, we’ve fairly comprehensively demonstrated that we don’t believe in the sanctity of life. The shrugging acceptance of war, famine, epidemic, pain and life-long, grinding poverty shows us that, whatever we tell ourselves, we’ve made only the most feeble of efforts to really treat human life as sacred.
I don’t understand, then, why, in the midst of all this, pregnant women - women trying to make rational decisions about their futures and, usually, that of their families, too - should be subject to more pressure about preserving life than, say, Vladimir Putin, the World Bank, or the Catholic Church.
Fuck this lady. That little boy should’ve spit the hot sauce right in her eye.
You must be fucking kidding me, this is abuse. A cold shower? Fucking really. I am so upset.
Fuck. This. Lady.
What the actual fuck? I just can’t even.
Parenting like this never works. It doesn’t do anything. It just teaches the child to fear you. They won’t respect you, they will fear you which are two completely different things. Same thing with hitting your child—you honestly believe that will make them respect you? You honestly think mentally abusing them will make them respect you and they’ll learn how to behave? NO. They will only fear you. My other question, is why the fuck who is filming this didn’t do a fucking damn thing?! Some people DO NOT DESERVE CHILDREN.
lmfao settle down people she’s in prison :)
No I’m not going to settle down. What she is doing is considered mental abuse. It hits home. I’m not okay with it at all.
BITCH. DON’T ADOPT OF YOU CAN’T HANDLE. LOOK AT THE FUCKING WEASLEYS. Obviously you have not read Harry Potter.. Omg. I can’t. Someone take that poor little kid away before she hurts him anymore. omg. I can’t…
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