I'm back on this site after a long hiatus. For a long time, I was sharing the message of social justice without actually working to affect change. I was looking for "likes" when I should have been using this site to make the world a better place. I won't make that mistake again. Now in my final semester of grad school and actively involved in Las Vegas social justice, I won't talk about change if can be the change to which I'm referring!
This is really difficult for me. I don't see how this differs from any other type of animal testing. If the intent was to test medical practices on them anyway, how is genetically altering them in some way worse? It's not as if they were ever going to be allowed a decent existence.
Whew! Star Wars watched! My all social media boycott can officially come to an end.
North Carolina rejected a proposal to install solar panels after a retired science teacher claimed they caused cancer & her husband warned against them draining the sun of energy.
Just in case anyone was wondering about the special hurdles progressive causes have in the South-Eastern United States.
This always seems like an echo of a problem that doesn't exist. I don't go into a store and say, "I have a girl. What are you offering?" She asks for very specific items, and I pay no attention to the gender section when I'm looking for them.
Toy sellers step gingerly into debate over gender-specific labeling
My daughter really wants a Hello Barbie, (you know - it's connected to the internet and has cameras and mics; so it sees and it listens and it talks).
After the V-Tech hacks, I don't know if it's such a good idea anymore.