Eternalize My Thoughts

If you knew me you would think I am confident, put together, and extrinsic - and that's what I want. Here is a little blog to help me keep up with my facade. I only publish poetry if it begs to be read. College Sophomore. American born Pakistani. 17 years in Texas, but not a day in Love. I try to follow back<3

"Feminist" - @h-hizzy
Forever Alone.

Forever Alone.

What women see vs. What men see

What women see vs. What men see

The Switch Is Broken

The Switch Is Broken

liberalsarecool:

Conservatism as policy is a failure. #abstinence

And you know what is even worst? Nothing has to be accurate. In Texas, it is completley legal to make up statistics to tell students in order to scare them into not having sex. You can tell middle school students that condoms have a 60% failure rate and that birth control is barely effective, and the school will find it completely acceptable. Sure they won&#8217;t have sex for the duration of middle school, maybe a few students will even wait until they are married, but then what. The problem with teaching incorrect sex-education is that when sex becomes &#8220;acceptable,&#8221; no one reteaches the course with proper information. This leads to married couples where the man will take the birth control pill because the wife experienced too many side effects. Or where boys find out about circumcision from friends and attempt to do it at home to them selves. Even situations where middle aged women won&#8217;t realize that menstruation occurs naturally and think it&#8217;s because of their diet. Non-married teenagers who do decide to have sex (May Jesus Bless Their Natural Hormonal Tendency to Participate In Something They Might Find Meaningful) will not have the proper knowledge to stay safe. The transportation of STD&#8217;s won&#8217;t be something they were taught to prevent, and they won&#8217;t even understand any biological occurrences. The state is literally refusing to help teenagers understand their bodies, and is allowing harmful ignorance. It&#8217;s like telling someone that the safest way to ride a bike is not to ride, while knowing that one day they will. And when they do, they won&#8217;t know:
to wear a helmet or knee pads
how to signal which way you are going to pedestrians
how to avoid accidents
how to slow down and speed up
how to stay out of the way of cars
how to stop
what to do at night
what gear to wear
what side of the road to stay on
if they are allowed on the sidewalk
how to stay hydrated
what to do when the sun hits their eyes
and so forth
Yes, Texas has the nations fifth highest birthrate among teenagers and the highest repeat birth among teens. And yes, the state government and school system is to blame.

liberalsarecool:

Conservatism as policy is a failure. #abstinence

And you know what is even worst? Nothing has to be accurate. In Texas, it is completley legal to make up statistics to tell students in order to scare them into not having sex. You can tell middle school students that condoms have a 60% failure rate and that birth control is barely effective, and the school will find it completely acceptable. Sure they won’t have sex for the duration of middle school, maybe a few students will even wait until they are married, but then what. The problem with teaching incorrect sex-education is that when sex becomes “acceptable,” no one reteaches the course with proper information. This leads to married couples where the man will take the birth control pill because the wife experienced too many side effects. Or where boys find out about circumcision from friends and attempt to do it at home to them selves. Even situations where middle aged women won’t realize that menstruation occurs naturally and think it’s because of their diet. Non-married teenagers who do decide to have sex (May Jesus Bless Their Natural Hormonal Tendency to Participate In Something They Might Find Meaningful) will not have the proper knowledge to stay safe. The transportation of STD’s won’t be something they were taught to prevent, and they won’t even understand any biological occurrences. The state is literally refusing to help teenagers understand their bodies, and is allowing harmful ignorance. It’s like telling someone that the safest way to ride a bike is not to ride, while knowing that one day they will. And when they do, they won’t know:

  • to wear a helmet or knee pads
  • how to signal which way you are going to pedestrians
  • how to avoid accidents
  • how to slow down and speed up
  • how to stay out of the way of cars
  • how to stop
  • what to do at night
  • what gear to wear
  • what side of the road to stay on
  • if they are allowed on the sidewalk
  • how to stay hydrated
  • what to do when the sun hits their eyes
  • and so forth

Yes, Texas has the nations fifth highest birthrate among teenagers and the highest repeat birth among teens. And yes, the state government and school system is to blame.

(Source: adeyami, via mega-question-guy)

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The original hunger games

The original hunger games

You feel me?

You feel me?

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