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Puppy, Old, and 13 Year Old: Our 7 month old puppy had decided he worships his 13 year old big sister and follows her around
Puppy, Old, and 13 Year Old: Our 7 month old puppy had decided he worships his 13 year old big sister and follows her around

Our 7 month old puppy had decided he worships his 13 year old big sister and follows her around

Confidence, Fall, and Friends: 1. "All of us, at some time or other, need help. Whether we're giving or receiving help, each one of us has something valuable to bring to this world. That's one of the things that connects us as neighbors-in our own way, each one of us is a giver and a receiver." 2. "Anyone who does anything to help a child in his life is a hero. " 3. "As human beings, our job in life is to help people realize how rare and valuable each one of us really is, that each of us has something that no one else has- or ever will have- something inside that is unique to all time. It's our job to encourage each other to discover that uniqueness and to provide ways of developing its expression." 4. "Discovering the truth about ourselves is a lifetime's work, but it's worth the effort." 5. "Forgiveness is a strange thing. It can sometimes be easier to forgive our enemies than our friends. It can be hardest of all to forgive people we love. Like all of life's important coping skills, the ability to forgive and the capacity to let go of resentments most likely take root very early in our lives." 6. "How many times have you noticed that it's the little quiet moments in the midst of life that seem to give the rest extra-special meaning?" 7. "I don't think anyone can grow unless he's loved exactly as he is now, appreciated for what he is rather than what he will be." 8. "I hope you're proud of yourself for the times you've said "yes," when all it meant was extra work for you and was seemingly helpful only to someone else." 9. "If you could only sense how important you are to the lives of those you meet; how important you can be to the people you may never even dream of. There is something of yourself that you leave at every meeting with another person." 10. "In times of stress, the best thing we can do for each other is to listen with our ears and our hearts and to be assured that our questions are just as important as our answers." 11. "It's not the honors and the prizes and the fancy outsides of life which ultimately nourish our souls. It's the knowing that we can be trusted, that we never have to fear the truth, that the bedrock of our very being is good stuff." 12. "It's not the honors and the prizes and the fancy outsides of life that ultimately nourish our souls. It's the knowing that we can be II trusted, that we never have to fear the truth, that the bedrock of our very being is firm." 13. "It's really easy to fall into the trap of believing that what we do is more important than what we are. Of course, it's the opposite that's true: What we are ultimately determines what we do!" 14. "Knowing that we can be loved exactly as we are gives us all the best opportunity for growing into the healthiest of people." 15. "Listening is where love begins: listening to ourselves and then to our neighbors." 16. "Little by little we human beings are confronted with situations that give us more and more clues that we are not perfect." 17. "Love and success, always in that order. It's that simple AND that difficult." 18. "Love is like infinity: You can't have more or less infinity, and you can't compare two things to see if they're 'equally infinite. Infinity just is, and that's the way I think love is, too." 19. "Love isn't a state of perfect caring. It is an active noun like struggle. To love someone is to strive to accept that person exactly the way he or she is, right here and now." 20. "Mutual caring relationships require kindness and patience, tolerance, optimism, joy in the other's achievements, confidence in oneself, and the ability to give without undue thought of gain." 21. "Often out of periods of losing come the greatest strivings toward a new winning streak." 22. "Often when you think you're at the end of something, you're at the beginning of something else." 23. "Our society is much more interested in information than wonder, in noise rather than silence...And I feel that we need a lot more wonder and a lot more silence in our lives" 24. "Real strength has to do with helping others." 25. "Some days, doing 'the best we can' may still fall short of what we would like to be able to do, but life isn't perfect on any front-and doing what we can with what we have is the most we should expect of ourselves or anyone else." 26. "There's a world of difference between insisting on someone's doing something and establishing an atmosphere in which that person can grOw into wanting to do it." 27. "The connections we make in the course of a life-maybe that's what heaven is." 28. "The greatest gift you ever give is your honest self." 29. "The kingdom of God is for the broken hearted" 30. "The media shows the tiniest percentage of what people do. There are millions and millions of people doing wonderful things all over the world, and they're generally not the ones being touted in the news." 31. "The only thing evil can't stand is forgiveness." 32. "The thing l remember best about successful people I've met all through the years is their obvious delight in what they're doing and it seems to have very little to do with worldly success. They just love what they're doing, and they love it in front of others." 33. "The world needs a sense of worth, and it will achieve it only by its people feeling that they are worthwhile." "Try your best to make goodness attractive. That's one of the toughest assignments you'll ever be given." 34. "There are three ways to ultimate success: The first way is to be kind. The second way is to be kind. The third way is to be kind." 35. "There are times when explanations, no matter how reasonable, just don't seem to help." 36. "There is no normal life that is free of pain. It's the very wrestling with our problems that can be the impetus for our growth." 37. "There's a part of all of us that longs to know that even what's weakest about us is still redeemable and can ultimately count for something good." 38. "We all have different gifts, so we all have different ways of saying to the world who we are." 39. "We get so wrapped up in numbers in our society. The most important thing is that we are able to be one-to-one, you and I with each other at the moment. If we can be present to the moment with the person that we happen to be with, that's what's important." 40. "We speak with more than our mouths. We listen with more than our ears." 41. "Whatever we choose to imagine can be as private as we want it to be. Nobody knows what you're thinking or feeling unless you share it." 42. "Who you are inside is what helps you make and do everything in life." 43. "You can think about things and make believe. All you have to do is think and they'll grow." 44. "You can't really love someone else unless you really love yourself first." 45. "You rarely have time for everything you want in this life, so you need to make choices. And hopefully your choices can come from a deep sense of who are." you All quotes by Mr. Rogers. I read these when I'm down or upset. Thought it might help someone else. [Image]
Confidence, Fall, and Friends: 1. "All of us, at some time or other, need help.
 Whether we're giving or receiving help, each
 one of us has something valuable to bring to
 this world. That's one of the things that
 connects us as neighbors-in our own way,
 each one of us is a giver and a receiver."
 2. "Anyone who does anything to help a child in
 his life is a hero. "
 3. "As human beings, our job in life is to help
 people realize how rare and valuable each
 one of us really is, that each of us has
 something that no one else has- or ever will
 have- something inside that is unique to all
 time. It's our job to encourage each other to
 discover that uniqueness and to provide
 ways of developing its expression."
 4. "Discovering the truth about ourselves is a
 lifetime's work, but it's worth the effort."
 5. "Forgiveness is a strange thing. It can
 sometimes be easier to forgive our enemies
 than our friends. It can be hardest of all to
 forgive people we love. Like all of life's
 important coping skills, the ability to forgive
 and the capacity to let go of resentments
 most likely take root very early in our lives."
 6. "How many times have you noticed that it's
 the little quiet moments in the midst of life
 that seem to give the rest extra-special
 meaning?"
 7. "I don't think anyone can grow unless he's
 loved exactly as he is now, appreciated for
 what he is rather than what he will be."
 8. "I hope you're proud of yourself for the times
 you've said "yes," when all it meant was
 extra work for you and was seemingly
 helpful only to someone else."
 9. "If you could only sense how important you
 are to the lives of those you meet; how
 important you can be to the people you may
 never even dream of. There is something of
 yourself that you leave at every meeting
 with another person."
 10. "In times of stress, the best thing we can do
 for each other is to listen with our ears and
 our hearts and to be assured that our
 questions are just as important as our
 answers."
 11. "It's not the honors and the prizes and the
 fancy outsides of life which ultimately
 nourish our souls. It's the knowing that we
 can be trusted, that we never have to fear
 the truth, that the bedrock of our very being
 is good stuff."
 12. "It's not the honors and the prizes and the
 fancy outsides of life that ultimately nourish
 our souls. It's the knowing that we can be
 II
 trusted, that we never have to fear the truth,
 that the bedrock of our very being is firm."
 13. "It's really easy to fall into the trap of
 believing that what we do is more important
 than what we are. Of course, it's the
 opposite that's true: What we are ultimately
 determines what we do!"
 14. "Knowing that we can be loved exactly as
 we are gives us all the best opportunity for
 growing into the healthiest of people."
 15. "Listening is where love begins: listening to
 ourselves and then to our neighbors."
 16. "Little by little we human beings are
 confronted with situations that give us more
 and more clues that we are not perfect."
 17. "Love and success, always in that order. It's
 that simple AND that difficult."
 18. "Love is like infinity: You can't have more or
 less infinity, and you can't compare two
 things to see if they're 'equally infinite.
 Infinity just is, and that's the way I think love
 is, too."
 19. "Love isn't a state of perfect caring. It is an
 active noun like struggle. To love someone
 is to strive to accept that person exactly the
 way he or she is, right here and now."
 20. "Mutual caring relationships require
 kindness and patience, tolerance, optimism,
 joy in the other's achievements, confidence
 in oneself, and the ability to give without
 undue thought of gain."
 21. "Often out of periods of losing come the
 greatest strivings toward a new winning
 streak."
 22. "Often when you think you're at the end of
 something, you're at the beginning of
 something else."
 23. "Our society is much more interested in
 information than wonder, in noise rather
 than silence...And I feel that we need a lot
 more wonder and a lot more silence in our
 lives"
 24. "Real strength has to do with helping
 others."
 25. "Some days, doing 'the best we can' may still
 fall short of what we would like to be able to
 do, but life isn't perfect on any front-and
 doing what we can with what we have is the
 most we should expect of ourselves or
 anyone else."
 26. "There's a world of difference between
 insisting on someone's doing something and
 establishing an atmosphere in which that
 person can grOw into wanting to do it."
 27. "The connections we make in the course of
 a life-maybe that's what heaven is."
 28. "The greatest gift you ever give is your
 honest self."
 29. "The kingdom of God is for the broken
 hearted"
 30. "The media shows the tiniest percentage of
 what people do. There are millions and
 millions of people doing wonderful things all
 over the world, and they're generally not the
 ones being touted in the news."
 31. "The only thing evil can't stand is
 forgiveness."
 32. "The thing l remember best about
 successful people I've met all through the
 years is their obvious delight in what they're
 doing and it seems to have very little to do
 with worldly success. They just love what
 they're doing, and they love it in front of
 others."
 33. "The world needs a sense of worth, and it
 will achieve it only by its people feeling that
 they are worthwhile." "Try your best to make
 goodness attractive. That's one of the
 toughest assignments you'll ever be given."
 34. "There are three ways to ultimate success:
 The first way is to be kind. The second way
 is to be kind. The third way is to be kind."
 35. "There are times when explanations, no
 matter how reasonable, just don't seem to
 help."
 36. "There is no normal life that is free of pain.
 It's the very wrestling with our problems that
 can be the impetus for our growth."
 37. "There's a part of all of us that longs to
 know that even what's weakest about us is
 still redeemable and can ultimately count
 for something good."
 38. "We all have different gifts, so we all have
 different ways of saying to the world who
 we are."
 39. "We get so wrapped up in numbers in our
 society. The most important thing is that we
 are able to be one-to-one, you and I with
 each other at the moment. If we can be
 present to the moment with the person that
 we happen to be with, that's what's
 important."
 40. "We speak with more than our mouths. We
 listen with more than our ears."
 41. "Whatever we choose to imagine can be as
 private as we want it to be. Nobody knows
 what you're thinking or feeling unless you
 share it."
 42. "Who you are inside is what helps you make
 and do everything in life."
 43. "You can think about things and make
 believe. All you have to do is think and they'll
 grow."
 44. "You can't really love someone else unless
 you really love yourself first."
 45. "You rarely have time for everything you
 want in this life, so you need to make
 choices. And hopefully your choices can
 come from a deep sense of who
 are."
 you
All quotes by Mr. Rogers. I read these when I'm down or upset. Thought it might help someone else. [Image]

All quotes by Mr. Rogers. I read these when I'm down or upset. Thought it might help someone else. [Image]

Ass, Condom, and Cum: tribes» other » no limits! how sick 'n' twisted are you? topics Used Condoms topic posted Sun, August 3, 2014-10:58 AM by Share/Save i love fishing a used condom out of the waste can at the adult book store and sliding it on my cock. The feel of the stranger's cum lubing my cock while i masturbate is indescribably arousing. i cum hard and then squeeze our co-mingled cum into my hungry mouth. Anybody else into this? posted by New York 78 friends join to post Re: Used Condoms Wed, August 6, 2014-7:46 PM Unsu... wow thats hot dude join to post Re: Used Condoms Tue, August 12, 2014- 10:17 PM Unsu. I love to do it too!! Insert my cock into sperm from any strangers and drink it - is wonderful!! join to post Re: Used Condoms Mon, August 18, 2014- 12:54 PM I love the cum! Also I like to put the penis in sperm of other males, have it in the qut and eat a lot. I would like to take a bath! Re: Used Condoms Tue, August 19, 2014-5:35 AM Unsu. Is there a better way it's such a waste otherwise oink oink hehe:-) join to post Re: Used Condoms Mon, September 1, 2014- 12:35 PM like to eat and smear my cock with cum in used condom. join to post 45 Re: Used Condoms Tue, September 2, 2014-8:10 AM When walking through parks or when at the local arcade, I love finding used rubbers. Sniffing, eating the cum that's inside, put it on my cock and jack off. About the only way Ill ever use a condom join to post 155 Re: Used Condoms Fri, September 5, 2014-10:35 PM Unsu. When I was mid-teen and discovered how nasty public washroom graffiti could be, and went regularly to squirt against the walls, it was a real bonus to find a squishy rubber cumload on the floor to pick up and pull over my cock. Even better if it was knotted soI could easily take it home and use it for my nightly fun. join to post Re: Used Condoms Mon, September 8, 2014-8:00 AM Amen! I used to look for used rubbers @ a well known fuck spot. If I found one it was like finding money on the ground. If it was fresh, I would have a blast with it. Now the police patrol it regularly because it was also a well known drinking and drug spot. Idiots would leave their syringes on the ground. Now, after sunset, no one is allowed is there. Bummer. My used rubber days seem to be over join to post Re: Used Condoms Mon, September 8, 2014- 2:13 PM Yeah, the cops always ruin all the best cruise spots. Gotta say, though, that cruising spun is great fun and myself have lost paraphernalia at cruising spots. (Never littered rubbers, though, cuzI don't wear them.) join to post 575 Re: Used Condoms Tue, September 16, 2014-2:29 PM that's hot too. love licking cum off the walls and floors of restrooms whenever i see it. i wonder if i ever visited any you had been to and cleaned your cum off the wall 78 join to post Re: Used Condoms Wed, October 15, 2014- 10:57 AM You are my man!! I love doing that too.... Used condoms turn me on big time join to post Re: Used Condoms Fri, September 12, 2014-3:05 PM I had a room mate that tied his condoms and put them in the trash at night. the next morning when he was gone would get it and hold it in my mouth till it was warm and then suck the cum from it. Some times I would put it on and cum in it and then suck our cum from it. I still get condoms where everI can find then. I really like playing and suck them join to post Re: Used Condoms Sat, September 13, 2014- 1:56 AM I can't get enough of them. .especially the XXL ones weighed down with a massive amount of cum join to post Re: Used Condoms Sat, September 13, 2014-5:18 AM Yeah, I always play with used condoms when I find them. I like to take them home, put it on a dildo, prick the end and shove it up my ass and push the cum into me. Other times I will put it on my cock and walk around the streets, very horny knowing your cock is encased in another mans cum. Of course I don't waste it after that, I masturbate in it and 103 then suck both our cum out of it. join to post Re: Used Condoms Wed, September 17, 2014-4:09 PM I would love to eat all the used condoms if you guys don't want them for real join to post 157 Re: Used Condoms Sat, September 20, 2014-8:25 AM been a big fan of filled condoms for a long time. I go to bath houses and pick them up off the floor and search thru str8 guys garbage to collect them. join to post 248 Re: Used Condoms Mon, September 22, 2014-4:43 PM Growing up my brother s friends would bring their girlfriend s to the house and have sex when they was done they throw their condom in the trash .after they leave the room l'd go get it out of the trash slide it over my cock and jack off it was a sensation was so hot l'd shoot mybload with such force then I'd suck both loads out of the conform. there be 28night I'd get three or four a Nite join to post Re: Used Condoms Wed, October 15, 2014-10:59 AM Used condoms turn me on big time!!! I love jerking off with them on my cock join to post "I love used condoms"
Ass, Condom, and Cum: tribes» other » no limits! how sick 'n' twisted are you?
 topics
 Used
 Condoms topic posted Sun, August 3, 2014-10:58 AM by
 Share/Save
 i love fishing a used condom out of the waste can at the adult book store and sliding it on my cock. The feel of the stranger's cum
 lubing my cock while i masturbate is indescribably arousing. i cum hard and then squeeze our co-mingled cum into my hungry
 mouth. Anybody else into this?
 posted by
 New York
 78 friends
 join to post
 Re: Used Condoms
 Wed, August 6, 2014-7:46 PM
 Unsu...
 wow thats hot dude
 join to post
 Re: Used Condoms
 Tue, August 12, 2014- 10:17 PM
 Unsu.
 I love to do it too!!
 Insert my cock into sperm from any strangers and drink it - is wonderful!!
 join to post
 Re: Used Condoms
 Mon, August 18, 2014- 12:54 PM
 I love the cum! Also I like to put the penis in sperm of other males, have it in the qut and eat a lot. I would like to take
 a bath!
 Re: Used Condoms
 Tue, August 19, 2014-5:35 AM
 Unsu.
 Is there a better way it's such a waste otherwise oink oink hehe:-)
 join to post
 Re: Used Condoms
 Mon, September 1, 2014- 12:35 PM
 like to eat and smear my cock with cum in used condom.
 join to post
 45
 Re: Used Condoms
 Tue, September 2, 2014-8:10 AM
 When walking through parks or when at the local arcade, I love finding used rubbers. Sniffing, eating the cum that's
 inside, put it on my cock and jack off. About the only way Ill ever use a condom
 join to post
 155
 Re: Used Condoms
 Fri, September 5, 2014-10:35 PM
 Unsu.
 When I was mid-teen and discovered how nasty public washroom graffiti could be, and went regularly to squirt
 against the walls, it was a real bonus to find a squishy rubber cumload on the floor to pick up and pull over my cock.
 Even better if it was knotted soI could easily take it home and use it for my nightly fun.
 join to post
 Re: Used Condoms
 Mon, September 8, 2014-8:00 AM
 Amen! I used to look for used rubbers @ a well known fuck spot. If I found one it was like finding money on the
 ground. If it was fresh, I would have a blast with it. Now the police patrol it regularly because it was also a well
 known drinking and drug spot. Idiots would leave their syringes on the ground. Now, after sunset, no one is
 allowed is there. Bummer. My used rubber days seem to be over
 join to post
 Re: Used Condoms
 Mon, September 8, 2014- 2:13 PM
 Yeah, the cops always ruin all the best cruise spots. Gotta say, though, that cruising spun is great fun and
 myself have lost paraphernalia at cruising spots. (Never littered rubbers, though, cuzI don't wear them.)
 join to post
 575
 Re: Used Condoms
 Tue, September 16, 2014-2:29 PM
 that's hot too. love licking cum off the walls and floors of restrooms whenever i see it. i wonder if i ever visited any
 you had been to and cleaned your cum off the wall
 78
 join to post
 Re: Used Condoms
 Wed, October 15, 2014- 10:57 AM
 You are my man!! I love doing that too....
 Used condoms turn me on big time
 join to post
 Re: Used Condoms
 Fri, September 12, 2014-3:05 PM
 I had a room mate that tied his condoms and put them in the trash at night. the next morning when he was gone
 would get it and hold it in my mouth till it was warm and then suck the cum from it. Some times I would put it on and
 cum in it and then suck our cum from it. I still get condoms where everI can find then. I really like playing and suck
 them
 join to post
 Re: Used Condoms
 Sat, September 13, 2014- 1:56 AM
 I can't get enough of them.
 .especially the XXL ones weighed down with a massive amount of cum
 join to post
 Re: Used Condoms
 Sat, September 13, 2014-5:18 AM
 Yeah, I always play with used condoms when I find them. I like to take them home, put it on a dildo, prick the end and
 shove it up my ass and push the cum into me. Other times I will put it on my cock and walk around the streets, very
 horny knowing your cock is encased in another mans cum. Of course I don't waste it after that, I masturbate in it and
 103
 then suck both our cum out of it.
 join to post
 Re: Used Condoms
 Wed, September 17, 2014-4:09 PM
 I would love to eat all the used condoms if you guys don't want them for real
 join to post
 157
 Re: Used Condoms
 Sat, September 20, 2014-8:25 AM
 been a big fan of filled condoms for a long time. I go to bath houses and pick them up off the floor and search thru str8
 guys garbage to collect them.
 join to post
 248
 Re: Used Condoms
 Mon, September 22, 2014-4:43 PM
 Growing up my brother s friends would bring their girlfriend s to the house and have sex when they was done they
 throw their condom in the trash .after they leave the room l'd go get it out of the trash slide it over my cock and jack off it
 was a sensation was so hot l'd shoot mybload with such force then I'd suck both loads out of the conform. there be
 28night I'd get three or four a Nite
 join to post
 Re: Used Condoms
 Wed, October 15, 2014-10:59 AM
 Used condoms turn me on big time!!!
 I love jerking off with them on my cock
 join to post
"I love used condoms"

"I love used condoms"

Books, Children, and Girls: Parent Alert!!! Notice to All Hillsboro School District Parents!!! Hillsboro School District's new and risky K-12 sex-ed plan is currently slated for a vote on October 29 It is not safe for children and should NOT be adopted! Hillsboro School District has taught sex education for many years. This is necessary and important for our children. While HSD already teaches contraception and Erin's Law material, in two weeks a new K-12 curriculum plan will be voted on that would require many concerning elements such as: Every fifth grader will be encouraged to refrain from using the terms "boys and girls" and instead asked to refer to their peers as "a person with a penis" or "a person with a vagina." (Grade 5 Lesson 3: Rights Respect, & Responsibility: Grade 5 Lesson 2: Puberty Several curriculum websites used in middle school and high school contain such explicit content that they have been blocked by the district's own Internet filters! The District intends to circumvent its own and Reproduction) Internet filter to access explicit content in class, including a site advocating for teen sex. Do you feel that a person's identity should be reduced to their reproductive parts? (Oversexualizes children) Hillsboro School District is proposing the use of curriculum, books and websites funded by organizations known for their political agendas and activism. Third graders are told: "Gender identity is how you identify and see yourself. You may identify as a girl or a boy. If you don't feel like a boy or a girl, you might just identify as a person. Maybe none of these words feel like you today. Or maybe you feel like a girl or a boy today. Take a second to think about what gender identity term feels right to you today." (Grade 3 District Lesson 2: GLSEN: Identity Flowers.) Our report at hsdparentscare.org details over 15 publishers connected to organizations known for their political agenda. (See Appendices A-C.) We find that these outrageous positions far exceed Oregon State law requirements and are promoted by radical groups who seek to promote their own views on sexuality They go well beyond the inclusive teachings we have come to expect that respect every individual's right to choose for themselves how they want to live their lives Every student--including LGBT, will be taught that they must continually question their orientation. Even though claiming to be "science-based," the district has not been able to provide a 10-year or even a 5-year study that shows positive outcomes of these teachings This is an experiment on our children. Seriously, third graders need to explore their gender? (This is a social experiment at best.) Sixth-grade teachers are told that they could have students role-play "Max" attempting to feel "Julia's private areas. (Teacher suggestions for "Max and Julia" scenario in Grade 6 Lesson 9.) (https://tinyurl.com/y6rzc7s3) Do you find this appropriate? This is just one alarming example of role-playing scenarios throughout most grade levels URGENT: To Prevent this Curriculum Adoption, You Must Take Action!!! If you share our alarm take these URGENT steps: Go now to: www.hsdparentscare.org to Without you, this WILL become what your children are taught. Your school board members have stated that they will adopt this curriculum in its entirety in less than two weeks. Whether you agree or not with all objections, you will surely find much cause for concern Sign our petition! See our FAQS Review our Report Access the CSE Plan See tips on emailing Board & Admin Join our mailing list The District is in the process of changing the plan. Examples current at time of printing. www.hsdparentscare.org I hsdparentscare@gmail.com Hillsboro School District in Oregon fights for identity education
Books, Children, and Girls: Parent Alert!!!
 Notice to All Hillsboro School District Parents!!!
 Hillsboro School District's new and risky K-12 sex-ed
 plan is currently slated for a vote on October 29
 It is not safe for children and should NOT be adopted!
 Hillsboro School District has taught sex education for many years. This is necessary and important for our
 children. While HSD already teaches contraception and Erin's Law material, in two weeks a new K-12
 curriculum plan will be voted on that would require many concerning elements such as:
 Every fifth grader will be encouraged to refrain from
 using the terms "boys and girls" and instead asked to
 refer to their peers as "a person with a penis" or
 "a person with a vagina." (Grade 5 Lesson 3: Rights
 Respect, & Responsibility: Grade 5 Lesson 2: Puberty
 Several curriculum websites used in middle
 school and high school contain such explicit content
 that they have been blocked by the district's own
 Internet filters!
 The District intends to circumvent its own
 and Reproduction)
 Internet filter to access explicit content in class,
 including a site advocating for teen sex.
 Do you feel that a person's identity should
 be reduced to their reproductive parts?
 (Oversexualizes children)
 Hillsboro School District is proposing the use of
 curriculum, books and websites funded by
 organizations known for their political agendas and
 activism.
 Third graders are told: "Gender identity is how you
 identify and see yourself. You may identify as a girl or
 a boy. If you don't feel like a boy or a girl, you might
 just identify as a person. Maybe none of these words
 feel like you today. Or maybe you feel like a girl or a
 boy today. Take a second to think about what gender
 identity term feels right to you today." (Grade 3
 District Lesson 2: GLSEN: Identity Flowers.)
 Our report at hsdparentscare.org details over 15
 publishers connected to organizations known for
 their political agenda. (See Appendices A-C.)
 We find that these outrageous positions far exceed
 Oregon State law requirements and are promoted by
 radical groups who seek to promote their own views on
 sexuality
 They go well beyond the inclusive teachings we have
 come to expect that respect every individual's right to
 choose for themselves how they want to live their lives
 Every student--including LGBT, will be taught that
 they must continually question their orientation.
 Even though claiming to be "science-based," the district
 has not been able to provide a 10-year or even a 5-year
 study that shows positive outcomes of these teachings
 This is an experiment on our children.
 Seriously, third graders need to explore their
 gender? (This is a social experiment at best.)
 Sixth-grade teachers are told that they could have
 students role-play "Max" attempting to feel "Julia's
 private areas. (Teacher suggestions for "Max and Julia"
 scenario in Grade 6 Lesson 9.)
 (https://tinyurl.com/y6rzc7s3)
 Do you find this appropriate? This is just one
 alarming example of role-playing scenarios
 throughout most grade levels
 URGENT: To Prevent this Curriculum Adoption, You Must Take Action!!!
 If you share our alarm take these URGENT steps:
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House, Ice Cream, and Live: I live in a house with two others, and they did this to our ice cream
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 Hi partners, we need a little help from you! It has
 come to our attention that in the spirit of surprising
 and delighting our customers, some stores are
 referencing popular TV shows, books, movies, or
 other pop culture/media when advertising or
 describing an off-menu beverage. If your store is
 currently doing this, please remove all references
 your store's signage (including chalking), your
 social media posts, and do not use these names on
 cups, or to call the beverage. If someone requests a
 beverage by an off-menu name, please call it by its
 ingredients instead
 Many companies, including ours, put a lot of
 resources toward protecting their brand. As tempting
 as it is in the spirit of fun, please do not use someone
 else's protected trademarks or copyrights when
 creating a custom beverage or naming that beverage.
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Crying, Emo, and Facts: Why young boys should оys not be told to 'man up' Tell boys that being gentle or emotionally engaged isn't a weakness, and help them before toxic attitudes solidify stereotypically masculine traits. For exam- ple, men who valued self-reliance were more prone to suffer poor mental health, probably because they had difficulty seeking support. Men who valued having power over women also suffered worse mental health. We tell boys to "man up". We tell boys, "don't be a sissy". But what we're really com- municating is "don't be female, because being a female is less". Erroneously gender- ingthe universal capacity for human connec- tion as feminine and then shaming boys to see feminine as being somehow less is how we block men from the trial and error process of nurturing their capacity to forge relation- ships. The failure to do so can lead to a life- time of loneliness. Simply put, toxic masculinity means harmful stereotypes about what it means to beaman. There's a prominent line separat- ingmasculinity from toxicity and that line is that of patriarchy. So, there we have it. Stud- ies and facts may fact, offer us an opportunity to redefine mas- culinity and to encourage a culture where it's all right for men to ask for help. We need to normalisemen having emotions, or choosing dolls for their sons, or buying groceries, wearing pink, being overly expressive about their feelings, crying openly, breaking down, letting their wives drive, changing diapers, cleaning the house, earning less than their wives, among other things. If we can teach compassion, respect and empathy to boys at an early, foundational age, and demonstrate that being gentle, sitive or emotionally engaged isn't a weak- ness, but part of being a fully-rounded grown up man, then we're getting the message through to them before toxic attitudes have achance to solidify. ccording to the BBC, men are three times more likely than women to commit suicide in Australia, 3.5 times more likely in the United States, and four times more likely in Russia. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, men are less likely to seek help for mental health issues. There is also more sub- stance use and alcohol use among males. 66 Why? Material and social factors like socioeco- nomic status, racial discrimination, and lack of access to affordable therapy hold people of t all genders back, as does our society's stigma around mental illness. But men face unique seem daunting, but they, in barriers to getting support. It often starts in early childhood. We tell boys, "boys don't cry". We condition boys from a very young age to not express emo- tions, because to express emotion is to be weak. Crying is a challenge to masculinity. They are often called out for behaviour that doesn't match society's definition of man- hood. It might take the form of name calling ("sissy" or "weak"), being told "don't be gay" or "you fight like a girl," or aggression against them such as hitting, bullying, or even sexual assault. Asking for help, demon- strating compassionate and caring behav- iour toward themselves and others or being expressive are undermined by social atti- tudes that put little value on empathy and encourages the concept of the alpha male. According to a 2017 study, men with typi- cally masculine traits are likely to have decreased mental health-and are even less likely to reach out for help. Researchers found that this was related to certain specific, sen- intorn at Felt like sharing it
Crying, Emo, and Facts: Why young boys should
 оys
 not be told to 'man up'
 Tell boys that being gentle or emotionally engaged isn't a
 weakness, and help them before toxic attitudes solidify
 stereotypically masculine traits. For exam-
 ple, men who valued self-reliance were more
 prone to suffer poor mental health, probably
 because they had difficulty seeking support.
 Men who valued having power over women
 also suffered worse mental health.
 We tell boys to "man up". We tell boys,
 "don't be a sissy". But what we're really com-
 municating is "don't be female, because
 being a female is less". Erroneously gender-
 ingthe universal capacity for human connec-
 tion as feminine and then shaming boys to
 see feminine as being somehow less is how we
 block men from the trial and error process of
 nurturing their capacity to forge relation-
 ships. The failure to do so can lead to a life-
 time of loneliness.
 Simply put, toxic masculinity means
 harmful stereotypes about what it means to
 beaman. There's a prominent line separat-
 ingmasculinity from toxicity and that line is
 that of patriarchy. So, there we have it. Stud-
 ies and facts may
 fact, offer us an opportunity to redefine mas-
 culinity and to encourage a culture where it's
 all right for men to ask for help. We need to
 normalisemen having emotions, or choosing
 dolls for their sons, or buying groceries,
 wearing pink, being overly expressive about
 their feelings, crying openly, breaking down,
 letting their wives drive, changing diapers,
 cleaning the house, earning less than their
 wives, among other things.
 If we can teach compassion, respect and
 empathy to boys at an early, foundational
 age, and demonstrate that being gentle,
 sitive or emotionally engaged isn't a weak-
 ness, but part of being a fully-rounded grown
 up man, then we're getting the message
 through to them before toxic attitudes have
 achance to solidify.
 ccording to the BBC, men are three
 times more likely than women to
 commit suicide in Australia, 3.5
 times more likely in the United
 States, and four times more likely in Russia.
 According to the National Institute of Mental
 Health, men are less likely to seek help for
 mental health issues. There is also more sub-
 stance use and alcohol use among males.
 66
 Why?
 Material and social factors like socioeco-
 nomic status, racial discrimination, and lack
 of access to affordable therapy hold people of
 t
 all genders back, as does our society's stigma
 around mental illness. But men face unique
 seem daunting, but they, in
 barriers to getting support.
 It often starts in early childhood. We tell
 boys, "boys don't cry". We condition boys
 from a very young age to not express emo-
 tions, because to express emotion is to be
 weak. Crying is a challenge to masculinity.
 They are often called out for behaviour that
 doesn't match society's definition of man-
 hood. It might take the form of name calling
 ("sissy" or "weak"), being told "don't be gay"
 or "you fight like a girl," or aggression
 against them such as hitting, bullying, or
 even sexual assault. Asking for help, demon-
 strating compassionate and caring behav-
 iour toward themselves and others or being
 expressive are undermined by social atti-
 tudes that put little value on empathy and
 encourages the concept of the alpha male.
 According to a 2017 study, men with typi-
 cally masculine traits are likely to have
 decreased mental health-and are even less
 likely to reach out for help. Researchers
 found that this was related to certain specific,
 sen-
 intorn at
Felt like sharing it

Felt like sharing it

A Dream, Ass, and Fall: le: werewoofster2.png (320 KB, 647x654) Strange child hood creature encounter/dream/idk experience. Anonymous 10/16/19(Wed)19:09:25 No.23589793 Hey lx, to give some context here, I am not a superstitious person. I don't believe in ghosts, ufos or really anything out of the ordinary (except religious). I've only ever had one experience in my life that could be considered 'supernatural'. But even then, Im not convinced that what ive experience can't be explained. I dont know, hopefully, you guys can explain it. > be 6 > parents recently divorced, live with mom n older sister both parents are cops and had to work long hours so we have babysitters over all the time one night mom is working midnight shift > babysitter is some teenage girl who was getting high school hours in my sister's girl scouts thing > For some reason me and sister love the movie Brother Bear and watch it all the time >Babysitter knows routine, puts on Brother Bear vhs and gives us puzzle to solve. >Bedtime comes >Get sent upstairs and go to our rooms > My room was fairly kidsized >Only had a tiny bed, a dresser and, a chest that we kept full of blankets opposite to the foot of my bed > Babysitter tucks me in, shes kind of hot so I think its awesome fall asleep cuz im in fetal position, teddy bear at hand Several hours pass wake up > curtains are shut and all the lights in the house are out but I have nightlight that keeps my room dim enough to see > need to peepee > get up and waddle towards the upstairs bathroom, across the hall from me and my sisters rooms moms room is visible from the bathroom doorway where im standing > too dark to see into but looks empty and my mom usually snores loudly > but everything is quiet > listen for babysitters tv downstairs nothing >listen for sister snores nothing > feel super uncomfortable but too tired and too little to care >close door and go pee in dark cont >i did this whenever i was up past bedtime to avoid detection, still not sure why i did it when i didnt think mom was home SSCARTOON cont finish quick, dont wash hands cuz even at 6 i am a man >bathroom has weird skylight glass thing and i can see that its pitch black outside, not sure the time but it must be way late into the night > leave bathroom and walk quickly past staircase to get back into my room > couldnt see into my room from bathroom but as i walked towards the doorway i saw something that i wont ever forget > something was in my room > it was crouched down and leaning over, i could see its silhouette pretty strongly with help of nightlight bro > i froze as soon as i saw it > it looked kind of human like, with 2 arms and 2 legs but it was seriously scrony, like that was my first take away was just how grossly emaciated it was >but its head was also weird > it was too round to be a persons and it had two giant rabbit-like ears that stood straight up above its head at this point i could only make out its silhouette but it looked like it was angling itself to peer through the doorway > it was staring at me fuck might be 6 but after a second or two, i realized that it was so fucking skinny and pathetic that i could probably kick its ass > amanwouldntjustsitthereanddonothing.jpg continue my waddle forward >figure moves away and its ears flop as it dips the fuck out of view > get around doorway, into room >honestly only half expected it to actually be there > turn corner and there it fuckin was > it fell onto its back when it saw me and started to scury towards the back of my room > as it did, the thing was illuminated by nightlight and i really got to see it > it looked like a much frailer version of pic related without horns and not pink but I never really got a sense of what color it was > after bumping into the back wall, it turned and scurried on all fours into the space between my bed and the chest > again, i couldnt see it so i braced myself and walked further into my room to look around the bed >empty space cont. cont > this had all happened within only a few seconds realized later that it never made any sound, no grunts or yelps, not even its body made noise when it scurried against the wood of my floor checked under bed, nothing > checked my chest, then my closet, but the thing was long gone >i wasnt really freaked out, i thought it was really strange but after it disappeared, i kind of convinced myself that it was never really there at all managed to fall back asleep within the hour woke up the next morning, no damage or sign of thing having been in room, but the more i think of it the more convinced i am that it was real > i thought it was funny how it seemed to be scared of me and decided to give it a cutsie name 'Were-woofie later explain were-woofie to mom but she told me that it must have been a dream > told neighbourhood kid my age and he thought i was full of shit so i never told anyone else skip to 3 years later >be 9 years old >meet a new friend at school and one day I go to his house > decide to watch live-action Scooby Doo movie that he has on dvd, never seen it before. monsters in the movie look like giant, buffer versions of were-woofie pic related > procede to go absolutely apeshit scream cry and run up the stairs of this random kids house > to his credit, kid tries to calm me down by getting nerf guns and shooting them at the tv screen > doesnt work, i keep screeching and refuse to even come down the staircase until he turns it off mom has to come pick me up > dont talk to that kid again until high school Imao cont Upstairs Floor Plan = closet = door Bathroom Sisters room Computer room chest My room bed Moms room stairs 1st floor Pic related is layout of my upper floor for those curious. T have no idea what to make of any of this /xl. Most of me still believes my mom's explaination and that it was just a weird dream but i remember it feeling so real at the time. Plus my over-reaction to the Scooby-Doo movie seemed to show that it had impacted me way more than if it were just some dream. I eventually moved into the computer room a year or two afterwards, my reasoning was simply that it was bigger but maybe something inside of me just wanted out of that room. Have any of you guys ever heard of anything like this? Anon has encounter with sleep paralysis demon
A Dream, Ass, and Fall: le: werewoofster2.png (320 KB, 647x654)
 Strange child hood creature encounter/dream/idk experience. Anonymous
 10/16/19(Wed)19:09:25 No.23589793
 Hey lx, to give some context here, I am not a superstitious person. I don't believe in ghosts,
 ufos or really anything out of the ordinary (except religious). I've only ever had one experience in
 my life that could be considered 'supernatural'. But even then, Im not convinced that what ive
 experience can't be explained. I dont know, hopefully, you guys can explain it.
 > be 6
 > parents recently divorced, live with mom n older sister
 both parents are cops and had to work long hours so we have babysitters over all the time
 one night mom is working midnight shift
 > babysitter is some teenage girl who was getting high school hours in my sister's girl scouts
 thing
 > For some reason me and sister love the movie Brother Bear and watch it all the time
 >Babysitter knows routine, puts on Brother Bear vhs and gives us puzzle to solve.
 >Bedtime comes
 >Get sent upstairs and go to our rooms
 > My room was fairly kidsized
 >Only had a tiny bed, a dresser and, a chest that we kept full of blankets opposite to the foot of my bed
 > Babysitter tucks me in, shes kind of hot so I think its awesome
 fall asleep cuz im in fetal position, teddy bear at hand
 Several hours pass
 wake up
 > curtains are shut and all the lights in the house are out but I have nightlight that keeps my room dim enough to see
 > need to peepee
 > get up and waddle towards the upstairs bathroom, across the hall from me and my sisters rooms
 moms room is visible from the bathroom doorway where im standing
 > too dark to see into but looks empty and my mom usually snores loudly
 > but everything is quiet
 > listen for babysitters tv downstairs
 nothing
 >listen for sister snores
 nothing
 > feel super uncomfortable but too tired and too little to care
 >close door and go pee in dark
 cont
 >i did this whenever i was up past bedtime to avoid detection, still not sure why i did it when i didnt think mom was home
 SSCARTOON
 cont
 finish quick, dont wash hands cuz even at 6 i am a man
 >bathroom has weird skylight glass thing and i can see that its pitch black outside, not sure the time but it must be way late into the night
 > leave bathroom and walk quickly past staircase to get back into my room
 > couldnt see into my room from bathroom but as i walked towards the doorway i saw something that i wont ever forget
 > something was in my room
 > it was crouched down and leaning over, i could see its silhouette pretty strongly with help of nightlight bro
 > i froze as soon as i saw it
 > it looked kind of human like, with 2 arms and 2 legs but it was seriously scrony, like that was my first take away was just how grossly
 emaciated it was
 >but its head was also weird
 > it was too round to be a persons and it had two giant rabbit-like ears that stood straight up above its head
 at this point i could only make out its silhouette but it looked like it was angling itself to peer through the doorway
 > it was staring at me
 fuck
 might be 6 but after a second or two, i realized that it was so fucking skinny and pathetic that i could probably kick its ass
 > amanwouldntjustsitthereanddonothing.jpg
 continue my waddle forward
 >figure moves away and its ears flop as it dips the fuck out of view
 > get around doorway, into room
 >honestly only half expected it to actually be there
 > turn corner and there it fuckin was
 > it fell onto its back when it saw me and started to scury towards the back of my room
 > as it did, the thing was illuminated by nightlight and i really got to see it
 > it looked like a much frailer version of pic related without horns and not pink but I never really got a sense of what color it was
 > after bumping into the back wall, it turned and scurried on all fours into the space between my bed and the chest
 > again, i couldnt see it so i braced myself and walked further into my room to look around the bed
 >empty space
 cont.
 cont
 > this had all happened within only a few seconds
 realized later that it never made any sound, no grunts or yelps, not even its body made noise when it scurried against the wood of
 my floor
 checked under bed, nothing
 > checked my chest, then my closet, but the thing was long gone
 >i wasnt really freaked out, i thought it was really strange but after it disappeared, i kind of convinced myself that it was never really
 there at all
 managed to fall back asleep within the hour
 woke up the next morning, no damage or sign of thing having been in room, but the more i think of it the more convinced i am that it
 was real
 > i thought it was funny how it seemed to be scared of me and decided to give it a cutsie name
 'Were-woofie
 later explain were-woofie to mom but she told me that it must have been a dream
 > told neighbourhood kid my age and he thought i was full of shit so i never told anyone else
 skip to 3 years later
 >be 9 years old
 >meet a new friend at school and one day I go to his house
 > decide to watch live-action Scooby Doo movie that he has on dvd, never seen it before.
 monsters in the movie look like giant, buffer versions of were-woofie pic related
 > procede to go absolutely apeshit
 scream cry and run up the stairs of this random kids house
 > to his credit, kid tries to calm me down by getting nerf guns and shooting them at the tv screen
 > doesnt work, i keep screeching and refuse to even come down the staircase until he turns it off
 mom has to come pick me up
 > dont talk to that kid again until high school Imao
 cont
 Upstairs Floor Plan
 = closet
 = door
 Bathroom
 Sisters room
 Computer room
 chest My room
 bed
 Moms room
 stairs
 1st floor
 Pic related is layout of my upper floor for those curious.
 T have no idea what to make of any of this /xl. Most of me still believes my mom's explaination and that it was just a weird dream but i
 remember it feeling so real at the time. Plus my over-reaction to the Scooby-Doo movie seemed to show that it had impacted me way
 more than if it were just some dream. I eventually moved into the computer room a year or two afterwards, my reasoning was simply that
 it was bigger but maybe something inside of me just wanted out of that room.
 Have any of you guys ever heard of anything like this?
Anon has encounter with sleep paralysis demon

Anon has encounter with sleep paralysis demon