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Alabama Pedophile Party

The so called Bible Belt country of Alabama  loves their children to be chased around by Pedophiles.  The candidate, Alabama Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore, has been accused by many women of sexual misconduct grouping girls as young as 14. 110 more words

Culture

Sexual Harassment: Weinstein, Spacey, et al and creepy stuff of Joe Biden **edited

I’ve kept silent about the Weinstein/Spacey/add a name here harassment claims because I smell something rotten.  These are rich powerful men who usually get away with harassment…so I kept waiting for the other shoe to drop, so to speak, to see why this is coming out now. 1,191 more words

Ethics And Morals

The Importance of Morals and Ethics in Film: Things to Consider

In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal and the statements made by Kevin Spacey it is easy to say that Hollywood is an amoral cesspool of sex, drugs, inflated egos, and unnecessary politics; and while many of these accusations concerning Hollywood are correct to some extent, it is unfair to cast wide brush strokes across the entire industry; especially when one considers the potential that it has for good works. 1,286 more words

Ethics And Morals

Christian Film: Ideology and Spectacle, A Generalized View

When most people think of Christian film they think of two extremes: one, The Passion of the Christ, in which the realities of the Bible- specifically the historical time period and the conditions that the people within them lived- are brought to the forefront, ultimately disregarding the message being presented in favor of dramatic licensing and filmmaking; and… 832 more words

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Words and adoption

Platitudes, knee-jerk reactions followed by gas-lighting were topics on my Twitter-feed this morning, the latter two were words from MerriamWebster (follow them, they’re great).  All three happen to be part of the landscape of adoption-land that each person faces happening to them at some point. 911 more words

Adoption

Further reflections

Since my last post I’ve spent time reading other voices from all sides of the aisle on what happened in Charlottesville, as well as the larger picture of race relations.  696 more words

Adoption

Judging crediblity and worth in adoption circles

Mixed adoption conversations, whether it is another adoptee, a first mom or adoptive mom that bluntly asks, or hints at wanting to know if: a) you’re grateful, b) if you love your parents, c) if you’d choose to be adopted, d) who you consider to be your real parents.  540 more words

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