• How do you feel about abortion rights?

    Personally I’m neutral about abortion, I feel that abortion shouldn’t be allowed if the two people are being reckless having unprotected sex. However if you’ve practiced every method of contraception and still end up pregnant then abortion should be allowed. Abortion should definitely be allowed in situations of rape and incest. Rape is a terrible... show more
    Personally I’m neutral about abortion, I feel that abortion shouldn’t be allowed if the two people are being reckless having unprotected sex. However if you’ve practiced every method of contraception and still end up pregnant then abortion should be allowed. Abortion should definitely be allowed in situations of rape and incest. Rape is a terrible thing and if the victim got pregnant as a result of the rape that child would be deemed a product of rape and that child would live with the reality of the fact that they exist due to rape. Plus that child would just remind the woman of the rape so now that child is just living a terrible life. Placing the child for adoption wouldn’t work because chances are that child would be in foster care and go through a lot of trauma. When that child gets older they might want to know who their biological parents are, so would it really be a life worth living for that child? There would be nothing worse than knowing that your father is a rapist just saying the truth.
    7 answers · Politics · 3 months ago
  • Would consider this growth?

    This past year 2018 has been the hardest year of my life, both my parents got sick, my mom is a stroke survivor and is recovering and my dad got sick for a week and my mental health was spiraling, I discovered that I’m bisexual which was hard for me. I was struggling in college, I’m 20 years old going through all of this. My friend said it was my... show more
    This past year 2018 has been the hardest year of my life, both my parents got sick, my mom is a stroke survivor and is recovering and my dad got sick for a week and my mental health was spiraling, I discovered that I’m bisexual which was hard for me. I was struggling in college, I’m 20 years old going through all of this. My friend said it was my mind set that was the problem but what am I suppose to do when it’s bad thing after bad thing popping up. So eventually I got my life back on track. I was suicidal at one point and now I have goals in life and I’m looking forward to the future. I’m researching and looking around for opportunities to build myself up and I’m back to hitting the gym. My friend tried to discredit me and say that I didn’t grow as a person but how is this not growth? Going from being suicidal to building your life up and planning a future and being in mentally better place is major growth. He says that I run away from all my problems. From what I said were problems in my life, I can’t run away from these problems so I don’t know what he’s talking about. I feel like suicide would be running away from my problems so the fact that I’m still alive means I didn’t run away from anything. He downplays every good thing I do. So I’m questioning him being in my life.
    Psychology · 3 months ago
  • Was I right in this situation?

    There was this girl in my college who was getting cheated on by her boyfriend and everybody except her knew about it. He would cheat on her and brag about it and make himself look good. I’m a guy by the way, but here’s thing as a 20 year old man who has matured in this past year, I have morals and know right from wrong. She was in love with him and... show more
    There was this girl in my college who was getting cheated on by her boyfriend and everybody except her knew about it. He would cheat on her and brag about it and make himself look good. I’m a guy by the way, but here’s thing as a 20 year old man who has matured in this past year, I have morals and know right from wrong. She was in love with him and thought that he cared about her. I went and told her that he cheated on her and that the best thing she could ever do is break up with him and leave him and be with someone who actually respects loves and cares about her. She broke up with him and he was mad about her leaving him. He owned up to cheating but was mad that she left. I’m confused because why would you be mad or feel a type of way about the person you cheated on leaving you? You knew you were wrong for cheating and the fact that you think that person owes you anything is beyond me. The reason why I told her was because I don’t like seeing someone get played and mistreated especially when they are a good person.
    2 answers · Singles & Dating · 3 months ago