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Why Some Women Are More Likely to Feel Depressed

New study links duration of estrogen exposure with increased vulnerability to depression: Longer exposure to estrogen shown to provide protection.

Why Some Women Are More Likely to Feel Depressed
Why Some Women Are More Likely to Feel Depressed
neurosciencenews.com

 

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    Unfair world, do not be nonsense again
  • Derrick Jones (DangerousDerrick)'s profile photo
    It’s because women and minorities have too many advantages being able to call anything racist while being racist to white people and women calling everything sexist when in reality they’re just not as good as men. Not to mention they get jobs because of their gender.
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  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +Dorian Horvath aren’t you just part of the problem, conformity is not the solution to depression
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    +Derrick Jones (DangerousDerrother Bless your heart. No need to feel as if you are in anyway less of a man because you prefer and value other men or feel the need to explain why you like/value women less than other men. Don’t allow yourself to grow ever more bitter and resentful because the women you felt forced to accept as a partner but who you could never love because they are women. Dont allow fear to keep you from being the happy rational normal accepting guy, I’m sure you are beneath your seemingly offensive anti women/chauvinistic all male old fashioned cover.
    Equality is all inclusive. Celebrate who you are as a Peron, and the person you love will be the person you love. Don’t think your preference of type shape colour etc. Are of any note less or weird or normal than others preferences. That’s just a sexual interest. The person inside is the human you love even when the shell is faded ad cracked .
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    you need to believe he means what he says, it’s his mental illness.
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  • Derrick Jones (DangerousDerrick)'s profile photo
    It’s not a mental illness it’s something called “facts” Men built civilization and are statistally better at nearly everything, women need to stop trying to compete with men by handicapping them with laws you’re really only proving the point that women aren’t capable of doing what a man can. Quit playing the dick measuring game with us, your losing your feminine nature and the only reason men even put up with it is for sex. I will personally stay single for life and achieve a lot more without an illogical, emotional woman thinking she should have all the authority without taking any responsibility. If I make the money then I make the rules, you don’t get to decide what happens.
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    this is why sexual selection is part of natural selection. women having the right to choose, is supposed to keep the numbers of men like those low… they are why women in America do not have equality and need rape insurance and can expect to share custody.

 

MEANWHILE, IN Canada, eh

He was spotted wearing a ‘Make America Great Again’ t-shirt while grocery shopping in June 2016.
No discipline for Ontario judge who wore Trump T-shirt while shopping | Toronto Star
No discipline for Ontario judge who wore Trump T-shirt while shopping | Toronto Star
on his own time is his choice of clothes,

but when are the judges doing the sensitivity classes that Rona Ambrose regretted not making them do?

this is why sensitivity classes do not work, being unaware of one’s impact on others…
Toronto is a remarkably safe city, and the tough day-to-day work carried out by thousands of police officers is a big part of keeping it that way. #Editorial
Toronto is safe, and police union shouldn’t spread fear: Editorial | Toronto Star
Toronto is safe, and police union shouldn’t spread fear: Editorial | Toronto Star
Defence officials say that since the centre started operating, military police have opened 55 investigations into alleged sexual crimes.
Military’s sexual misconduct call centre to be available 24/7 despite staffing struggles | Toronto Star
Military’s sexual misconduct call centre to be available 24/7 despite staffing struggles | Toronto Star
Include women-led organizations in Canada’s reproductive health projects: Funding women’s rights effectively in Africa means including small and large local organizations
Include women-led organizations in Canada’s reproductive health projects
Include women-led organizations in Canada’s reproductive health projects
Griffin Walker
Depopulation through abortion’s and vaccines…

Nina Tryggvason
+Griffin Walker so you do not understand overpopulation at all, and war & genocides are not the way forward.

Nina Tryggvason
+Griffin Walker suppressing women’s rights and denying vaccines being your complaint makes you part of the problem Griff and shows you to not be a credible commentator or able to understand very large numbers.

Griffin Walker
+Nina Tryggvason you obviously don’t know what happened in India or Africa with the vaccines

Nina Tryggvason
+Griffin Walker you are ignoring the greater horrors of war and genocide and using anti-vaxxer talking points. There is a difference between government’s using a range of tools to genocide demographics; and your framework of religion’s oppression of women and other stupidity is the only obvious to me.

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A Canada Outing Part 2

Yesterday, I drove my Mom on a trip series that started with returning 2 plastic farmer produce flats to the Blueberry Farm, where there was not a monetary deposit.

The Family Daughter was pleasantly surprised and amused.

The chore part done, we then returned to the ICBC Driver License Centre to make an appointment for my disabled elderly aunt to get a renewal on her photo ID.

Because ICBC Service Offices does not accept phone calls at all and my Mom does not use the internet for general booking at your nearest one; and as it turned out, explained at the office at the counter by an employee – the appointments are only for the “enhanced ID” not the regular issue, which, as a blind person who does not travel, is all she needs.

This was a complete systemic circle jerk and my Mom got upset at the clerk, and explained the “she’s blind and my Mom is disabled” – She uses a cane and  the “I’m her daughter who drives her”; which ends where the family drama portion of the story ends, and my privacy at not also being revealed as disabled – because I appear normal.

And, at that point, the Counter Employee then said – “just bring her to the counter and we will just do her ID”

– and the issue of line jumping, and fairness to all the others who were waiting?

A Most Canadian of Outings

We were assured an exception would be made, and I asked “But what if You are not here?”

So, she hand wrote a memo, a permission slip to bypass the take a number first in first out; spanning a range of possible appointment types.

Thus, off we went to the Canadian Superstore to get the on sale vitamins that arrived that morning, but had not been unpacked – and that location had sold out later that day, so there was none for the second day of the sale on the product.

My Mom complained to the Pharmacy Area Stocking Employee, who complained about head office doing the ordering and not listening to the employees and had actually said “I beg you to complain.”

This was then repeated at the Customer Service counter at the store; where, that Customer Service Employee wrote on the flyer rather than issue a store rain cheque for the item. Which I also questioned, and was assured that the signature on the flyer was the guarantee.

We went home.

My Mom called the corporate head office and she made her complaint about the product availability and mentioned the store and the ordering issue.

That Corporate Head Office person took the complaint and I asked my Mom to hand me the phone.

I complained that their store employees were making corporate workplace culture issues into customer complaints.

I also mentioned that I had advised a number of employees across differing levels of employement about a building HVAC problem with the air and pipes needing rebalanced as being a health hazard to people like me who are customers – which sounds triggered migraines – and for their employees – hearing loss at the high squealing sounds over time.

That, our day had been taken over by their corporate issues of employees not being heard by local management or them by head office.

I was not able to read my Mom’s facial expression, so I apologized if my tone of voice was at all miss, and she was struggling to write down what I had said, from the concrete what was said and seen in the store, to the bigger issues normally done for consultant contract fees.

I was not used to saying that much of scope and magnitude and handed the phone back to my Mom – who then – went through the time period with the Corporate Head Office employee.

 

So.. yay us for striking a blow for worker rights and human dignity.

This Post is a Test of Law In Canada

but, then, I got a letter from the Federal Human Rights Commission.

so I was not able to blog yesterday.

Today, I Paid for Registered Post

 

Marriage and Equality in Canada, eh

Today I used the Canada Marriage Equality Stamp

 

Again with the O Canada

Save Canada Post

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A Most Canadian of Outings

Today, my Mom and I took my Aunt Olof to get a renewal of her BCID – British Columbia Identification Card.

We picked her up from the Private Care Home and went to the ICBC Service Office, where there was over 50 numbers between current serve and the number for my Aunt.

We sat for a while and there was a television on the news, and there was some good news, the Williams Lake BC fire is contained. so that should mean people will be returning home sooner than later, and having homes to return to.

We decided to leave and book an appointment, which there was signage about.

People had vacated chairs to allow my Mom with her cane and my Aunt who is blind to sit.

When we left, one young woman looked at my Aunt and said -“You should ask them to take her.”

without missing a beat, I said

“That would not be fair to everyone else who was here first. It’s okay, we’ll make an appointment.” I assured the concerned random act of kindness would be doer.

We returned my aunt to her Care Home and then did a quick hunt n gather at the grocery store, and then brunch at the Prairie Cafe on Fraser Highway – where I also dropped into the Vape shop between the Cafe and the Non-Stop Pizza; another really good local chain.

At the Prairie Cafe, I asked what they had renoed, because the cafe looked the same – but the kitchen had a serious upgrade.

They had just had a rush, and there were three people at separate tables, who had all ordered the wonton soup, two with noodles and one who learned that there was a noodle option.

I had a classic clubhouse, a turkey blt with three slices of rye bread and fries with chicken gravy as a dipping sauce for the side and the sandwich.

Mom ordered the daily special, a spicy pork teriyaki.

The menu was also new, and funny enough, had an error in the camera art, so there was handwriting under the laminate – eggs benny was gone from the breakie/brunch menu, but otherwise, the brunches intact, the burgers now included a chicken option to the beef burgers and there were new items to the standard and classic Canadian Chinese fare.

I complimented the owner twice on the clubhouse before I’d even finished it.

The woman who learned noodles was an option was assured by one man that they were excellent and his favorite and the other man offered her to come try one from his bowl and she only went over to look. Next time, she’d get the noodles too she vowed.

We had recently ordered food from a BC Chain called Bozzini’s, a Greek-Italian that is now a Greek-Italian-Indian fusion, and for a chain that we’d been customers of since the 1990s, and in more than one city in the lowermainland, it was disappointing.

 

So at brunch with my Mom, I said how much I enjoy the Prairie Cafe, because no matter when I go or what I order, it is consistently delicious.

 

Morning Update: The U.S. NAFTA demands; latest on B.C. wildfires; more suicides on Ontario reserve: Also: The Quebec referendum system behind the rejected Muslim cemetery
Morning Update: The U.S. NAFTA demands; latest on B.C. wildfires; more suicides on Ontario reserve
Morning Update: The U.S. NAFTA demands; latest on B.C. wildfires; more suicides on Ontario reserve
democracy is rule by the mob
A referendum, ostensibly about zoning changes, ended up giving a handful of non-Muslims the power to tell Muslims how to bury their dead.
Quebec town should not have held referendum on cemetery for Muslims: Paradkar | Toronto Star
Quebec town should not have held referendum on cemetery for Muslims: Paradkar | Toronto Star
Defence officials say that since the centre started operating, military police have opened 55 investigations into alleged sexual crimes.
Military’s sexual misconduct call centre to be available 24/7 despite staffing struggles | Toronto Star
Military’s sexual misconduct call centre to be available 24/7 despite staffing struggles | Toronto Star
this is why sensitivity classes do not work, being unaware of one’s impact on others…
Toronto is a remarkably safe city, and the tough day-to-day work carried out by thousands of police officers is a big part of keeping it that way. #Editorial
Toronto is safe, and police union shouldn’t spread fear: Editorial | Toronto Star
Toronto is safe, and police union shouldn’t spread fear: Editorial | Toronto Star
#ICYMI Five intelligence officers and analysts with Canada’s spy service have launched a $35-million lawsuit against their employer, claiming the Canadian Security Intelligence Service is a toxic workplace with managers who openly espouse Islamophobic, racist and homophobic views and discriminate against Muslim, Black and gay employees.

Read our #exclusive Star story by National Security Reporter Michelle Shephard.

Five CSIS employees are accusing the spy agency of Islamophobia, racism and homophobia in a $35-million lawsuit | Toronto Star
Impact of anti-LGBT stigma, violence considered at U.N. http://ow.ly/31LX30dFl26
Impact of anti-LGBT stigma, violence considered at U.N.
America’s falling out of the G20 nations on quality of life and ending the Supreme Court, is making everyone else remember and realized, what is is, that we Lest Not Forget, eh
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Dear Left, Mind the Gap

Nina Tryggvason
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atheists are the most historically oppressed group and there continue to be laws, in America, against atheists holding public office.Nina Tryggvason
as true and funny as this meme is, thinking back to the 1990s, saying it to so called moderates resulted in emotional responses comparable to rationalizing racism and homophobiaAlan W
+Nina Tryggvason That’s actually unconstitutional, but it shows their strong intentions.

Nina Tryggvason
+Alan W fanatical extremism is not admirable. and being bothered by that others exist is mental illness

also, when the sentence starts with “it’s unconstitutional” there is no “but” exception or admiration for that which is traitorism by meaning or definition.

Richard Williams
+Nina Tryggvason most of the laws are like that though. I think it is still on the books in Texas that if you have wire cutters near a fence, you get the death penalty. They just cannot be enforced anymore. And taking the time to rewrite everything is not worth it.

Nina Tryggvason
+Richard Williams actually, updating legislation that fails to conform to foundational documents is essential, because laws on the books are laws that are gonna get used. Iceland threw out it’s entire government structure and re-built it.

Nina Tryggvason
+Richard Williams America is overdue for an overhaul and revolution. Theocracy is the wrong way to go

Nina Tryggvason
+Richard Williams that politicians spend time controlling women is the waste of government money and time.

Richard Williams
+Nina Tryggvason no.

Nina Tryggvason
+1
+Richard Williams then you are the status quo to be overcome and part of the problem.

Nina Tryggvason
+1
goverment can and does change rules, look at how Trump & Repubs have ended the USA Supreme Court and changed a democracy into a theocracy in less than 1 year

Ebony Skeptic
+Nina Tryggvason

Less than a year is very quick! I mean when you look at the timeline of how things that were consisted taboo took MANY years to change like interracial marriage or gay marriage

Nina Tryggvason
+1
+Ebony Skeptic reactionary is faster than revolutionary. one is fear of and the other is change
social change can also occur quickly, in Canada, 60% were against marriage equality and after it happened, it was less than a year that it became 60% for and now people realize, it had no effect on them. and Canadians made fun of Americans for delaying and freaking out when it happened – and they act as if other nations did not successfully and peacefully integrate and improve the economy,

Richard Williams
+Nina Tryggvason Why would you rewrite something that doesn’t matter? Why waste billions and billions of dollars rewriting something that will then also need to be rewritten. I use to think the exact same way. REWRITE IT ALL! But that is a slippery slippery slope(IE who gets to rewrite it?). Texas cannot enforce the no atheist in politics because of the Federal laws that prevent it from working, noted by Texas actually having atheists in office. End of story.

Now you did sneak(I replied “no” not seeing that comment) in the “controlling women” part, which I am totally with you on. Women should be allowed to make their own choices.

+Nina Tryggvason “then you are the status quo to be overcome and part of the problem”

As a liberal atheist in Texas please explain how this applies to me. Otherwise, I’ll just take it as a snap judgment and ignore it.

To me the easiest solution to all politics is a really really simple one. REMOVE lawyers. 98% or so(last I checked) of all politicians are lawyers. Lawyers don’t “do”, they argue. Get people that do things and know things in the positions that are meant to be there. In a department of health you should have the appropriate degree or you get to leave. Simple as that.

Nina Tryggvason

people thinking it’s simple is why Trump is president.

+Richard Williams because law does matter, and your failure to understand that is why “you are the status quo to be overcome and part of the problem” – and Modernizing Law is the reflection of the change in society. and going by what you posted, it is clear to me that you do not understand the complexity, so not talking to you is fine by me. have a nice day, eh

this “As a liberal atheist in Texas please explain how this applies to me. Otherwise, I’ll just take it as a snap judgment and ignore it.” you are trying to dismiss to cling to your pov, which is the core of your problem, and again, why you are part of the problem – you confirm what the republicans say – that you are not really liberal.

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+Nina Tryggvason you do realize the law currently says an atheist can hold office. Simple as that. I am not talking about laws that are still in effect that do have real consequences on people, since the atheist law DOES NOT AFFECT ANYTHING(it is unconstitutional as stated above, removing it only costs money and could cause other problems with how it is removed). And as I said before I agree that we need new up to date laws. And my views on actually how to do this are really really far fetched since my removing lawyers was just the iceberg.

Suicide does not prove free will. (And Alans joke was awesome)

No idea why Trump has anything to do with it. I said my best idea for a solution would be removing all lawyers from politics. I don’t think this is a mainstream idea. But it would be a great start. As I voted for the first woman president I do not approve of Trump.

Canceling religious holidays would be awesome! I agree lets do that.

Can you please expand on what republicans say that confirms that I am not a liberal? I would love to hear it! I literally just talked about removing almost all politicians from office(since 98% of them are laywers). I haven’t liked a politician ever. Bernie is the closest I get and he is still just middle of the road between left and right.

Summary
-Atheist can’t hold office
~It is in Texas constitution
~Cannot be enforced since it is unconstitutional
~Could cause other problems just removing it
~It has never been used to prevent someone from taking office

Let’s start with things that actually have an impact on people and go from there. Holidays (Holy days) do sound good.

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+Richard Williams you are talking about your state as if it’s the sum total, it’s the Alberta of America. And you need to re-read what I posted to you, asked and answered. continuing to demonstrate your inability to interact conversationally. and stop blogging at people.
Team Trump Excuses for the Don Jr. Meeting Go from Bad to Worse
this is why parody becomes pointless and reality is too harsh for popcorn.
Impact of anti-LGBT stigma, violence considered at U.N. http://ow.ly/31LX30dFl26
Impact of anti-LGBT stigma, violence considered at U.N.
America’s falling out of the G20 nations on quality of life and ending the Supreme Court, is making everyone else remember and realized, what is is, that we Lest Not Forget, eh
In Victory for Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Court Finds That Approval of Dakota Access Pipeline Violated the Law – THE INDIGENOUS AMERICAN
In Victory for Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Court Finds That Approval of Dakota Access Pipeline Violated the Law - THE INDIGENOUS AMERICAN
Environmental Rights are everyone’s existence
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Torah 1.0 Bible 2.0 Quoran 3.0 and Mormon 2.5: going around the no adultery in an era of women scarcity, little wonder Smith was gunned down in the street after being dragged from jail
Washington florist seeks OK from Supreme Court to refuse service to gays http://ow.ly/QcG630dECA4
Washington florist seeks OK from Supreme Court to refuse service to gays
Americans preventing other Americans from Shopping seems unamerican

Dear Business

you are not entitled to cherry pick from the public

to whom you owe for the infrastructure that allows you to operate a business

Dignity of person is when rights are extended is required for a civil society

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Yesterday’s Outing

My Mom and I went for a Mall Walk and then for a quick stop at that Safeway.

A White Man Threaten To Kill Me

I thought about going to their Customer Service counter, but decided to do a written letter instead.

Then, at the check out, the clerk was so nice, that the story stumbled out.

He was horrified and the customer in line behind was in disbelief.

My Mom said, “I was there in the car when it happened.”

I mentioned the dead homeless person from a months back, another time we had been there and seen the emergency responders – but not the body; something that the clerk was unaware of, going by his stunned expression.

He advised me that I should have come into the store and reported it.

I said “I’m in the RCMP Class Action Suit, and I have little reason to trust authority.”

 

So, to all would be helpers, unless you do more than take down a report, you are not actually helping and reporting during the stress event and having nothing done would have increased the trauma and event.

if Safeway had responded, but RCMP did not, even worse.

In the moment and then later now, eh.

predictability is social confidence

 

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This Post is a Test of Law In Canada

Suzanne Catty
Trudeau is continuing the Harper era lack of transparency. He also extended the use of coal in two provinces by 5 years clearly showing he is the enemy of science and the environment. No surprise funding is lacking, so is information.
The Globe and Mail supported Harper and his silencing of science and fact for over a decade, you are hardly in a position to whine now. However you could redeem your position as a globally important newspaper by actually publishing facts and submitting FOIA’s to ferret out the truth. Just sayin’.

Nina Tryggvason
huffingtonpost.ca – Why is the Harper Administration Throwing Away Entire Libraries?
Why is the Harper Administration Throwing Away Entire Libraries?

Griffin Walker
You can’t fix this…you can only guard against effect’s… Tell the people publicly the truth and they will get behind this…the whole truth including how government made it worse…

Nina Tryggvason
+Griffin Walker a Harper Era Law that is not rescinded prevents me from posting an actual comment.

Nina Tryggvason
The above post and this one, are a public test of the limit of that law. Not.Just.Saying. eh

 

Without funding, Canadian climate science is in peril: Effective action and commitment will be impossible unless Canadians and decision-makers have up-to-date information on how our climate is changing
Without funding, Canadian climate science is in peril
Without funding, Canadian climate science is in peril
It is real, and it’s on.

Only In Canada, eh

War on Christmas
First, I want to apologize for this meme being out of date

and with the wrong picture of my American Counterpart

whom, I am very pleased to see is no longer in jail

either in Government custody or in the gender

I will be doing an updated version – so this version is just a preview

and not the final version – and I am a Dyke – I am revealing myself to be a Government Employee. Disabled and Retired.

but, I am in 2 important class action lawsuits in Canada

because unlike every other social movement for rights, women, ethnicities and unpopular cults until they are of size to be deemed religion – and especially the most hated, feared, loathed and misunderstood group of all:

people who are free thinkers who do not religion at all.

Like Queers, Atheists can look like anyone

just push the post button, no sense letting fear stop you know, when you’ve already gone too far, eh.

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A White Man Threaten To Kill Me

It turned a so-so outing into the worst one ever.

My Mom and I went to the Fresgo Inn for a disappointing brunch, first time ever, on King George Highway, Surrey BC.

Then, over to the Mall, were I got a wheat grass with a pineapple chaser, and a moderate walk around the complex. Jen, my usual Booster Juice Gal was not there, she works weekdays and I had forgotten that week/weekend concept a while ago, days blurred into sameness – as the world around spins.

Last stop, the Safeway. Inside the store, nothing untoward.

It was in the parking lot, I was putting away the cart and I could hear a man say, “say in the car, we’re only going to be 5 minutes.”

from the tone of his voice, I thought he was talking to a dog.

and it was already sweltering in the afternoon sun

the woman had walked away and the man had followed her from their car, parked beside ours

I didn’t see a dog in the window. or a person

I was just getting into the car, when it dawned on me and I said to my Mom, in our car

 

“Are they leaving a child in that car?”

I looked over my shoulder to see the man turn back

He was a white man, over 6 feet with big shoulders and a powerful build, but he had no tattoo and had hair, and was dressed like a jock confused that high school was over.

His wife was just over 5 feet tall and of a different ethnicity, so nothing like Neo-Nazi or biker suggested itself to me

“Mind your own business” he barked at me. He claimed he was kidding, but the toddler was under 5 and not capable that that level of understanding and would only know it was left in a hot car and the parents walked away.

“I’ll call social services.” I said, standing my ground – which is also known as moral ground, and applying ethics and socially capable concepts of a village raising a child, eh.

at that point, his body stiffened and his pose was posturing, he threated to hit me and knock me to the actual ground

“That’s uttering threats.” I said, still standing.

“I will kill you.” he said and he got his child out of the car.

I continued to stand my ground. He and his wife and child went into the store and I got into my car and drove home. rather in shock.

 

 

to a stranger in the parking lot – what they heard were those words

 

and what they saw was a white man in his 20s threatening a middle aged white adult woman of over 200 pounds

 

on a hot day

 

where he left his child, a toddler in the car

 

and his response to a stranger’s concern, was to threaten assault and murder

 

he would not have even known I am a lesbian

 

so

 

anyone who thinks that his behaviour is acceptable towards another person

 

and this is Canada, if that had been in America, I would probably have been shot to death

 

anyway, next time someone asks me to think about the children

 

I am gonna make them read this

 

I drove home, and what I should have done was write down his license plate number and returned to the store – Safeway, and have their security bring in the police – which is RCMP

 

and me, in the RCMP vs women class action.

which, already trying to manage that confrontation caused panic attack – and knowing my Mom bought frozen foods…. this is not supposed to be Canada’s reality.

Asking If A Transgender Person Had Surgery Is A ‘MICROAGGRESSION’ Now
Asking If A Transgender Person Had Surgery Is A 'MICROAGGRESSION' Now

Actually, asking rude, invasive questions has always been a social aggression

Other people have no right or need to know more than the public presentation of one’s person.

 

Dear people who expect safety

You need to offer and include other people in that

do not ignore that the most dangerous and threatening demographic

is Heterosexual Males of all ethnicity.

stop blaming the marginalized for mainstream problems

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