I just posted a bunch of responses to a survey I made some very cool ladies fill out for me. Just so you don’t all think you’re alone
Let me know what you think!
I was looking for layouts for a MySpace page and came across this site…
At the bottom, it declares
Lesbian is a class of females who are sexually attracted to their own sex. She might be a normal lady but might be very less or sometimes not at all attracted to males, but her likes and appeals would powerfully towards other females.
It was in the year 1870 that lesbianism first originated and it was only later the meaning was given the real importance it should be given. There are several stories told across about the affection between the sphincters that live together and other related stories. On the other hand, there are also other lesbians who get attracted towards men as well as women even though the attraction towards women stands out to be more when compared to that of men.
Do I have your attention now?
Mamma Mia was really cute. I’m a dork for musicals, though, so I might be biased… slightly.
Ok, so Meryl Streep. Amazing, who knew she could sing (shut up, haters!)? I’m inspired to buy overalls and grow my hair out again.
Amanda Seyfried… she is just adorable and I almost got my “Big Love” fix from watching her (come on, January 2009!)
So, really, I’m not reviewing the movie because, that’s lame. I just wanted to post pics
The thing that really got me thinking during this movie was the portrayal of women. (Well, of course it did, Melia, because that’s all you think about lately!) We see the young daughter and her friends all dancing and singing because they’re full of life and energy. Then we see the older women all dancing and singing because they’re full of life and energy. What amazing lives!! Then it hits…
Neither of these groups have children under the age of 18.
No wonder they’re dancing and singing! The “in the trenches” moms are all watching this movie, saying to themselves, “I used to be like that!” and “I can’t wait to be like that again!” and then the lights come up and their reality sets in as they realize they still have to get milk from the store.
I want to see a movie where there is a baby-slinging momma dancing around the house, looking beautiful and having fun! Can you imagine it? No, of course not, because the reality of motherhood isn’t beautiful and fun. Its only fun after your kids can take care of themselves (according to the movies… don’t hurt me!). I love my kids, but we clearly don’t have enough fun. I’m considering writing my own musical, complete with euphemisms for body parts and fart sounds. I’m fun like that
Anyway, that’s all I really had to say about it. Great chick flick, great music, fabulous boots, pretty ladies and a few hot guys! Don’t bring your kids, though, they’ll totally ruin the fun
It’s been three weeks since his blue-eyed baby debuted in this world, but Thomas Beatie – better known around the world as the Pregnant Man – can already say this about his daughter’s personality: “She’s easygoing and mellow and intelligent.”
On June 29 at 8:55 p.m., Beatie, 34, a former female beauty pageant contestant, made cultural history as perhaps the first legally transgender male to give birth, bringing into the world a 9 lbs., 5 oz. baby girl named Susan Juliette.
“She’s so precious, I just can’t stop staring at her,” Thomas tells PEOPLE in his first interview since he and wife Nancy returned with their bundle from Bend, Oregon’s St. Charles Medical Center. “Just holding her is the best feeling in the world.”
Susan – named after Thomas’s mother and conceived through artificial insemination with donor sperm – arrived after 40 hours of labor, with Nancy at Thomas’s side acting as his coach.
“When Susan finally came out, it was like in slow motion,” says Thomas. “I was full of wonder.” Echoes Nancy: “There were tears of joy.”
Both father and daughter came through the birth in perfect health. “I weigh two pounds less than I did before I got pregnant,” adds Thomas. “And I don’t have a single stretch mark!”
At home, the couple is adjusting to their new nightly schedule: Nancy breastfeeding (by induced lactation, a process using hormones and physical stimulation with a breast pump) and Thomas keeping company while watching TV.
Crows Thomas, “Susan is a miracle! And we’re finally the family we’ve been dreaming of.”
I have a HUGE problem with this. HUUUUUUGE.
He didn’t get any stretchmarks *cry*
Its awesome, actually. I wish many happy years for that wonderful family!