I'm writing this with tears in my eyes, I came down here to United Kingdom for a short vacation unfortunately i was mugged at the park of the hotel where i stayed,all cash,credit card and cell were stolen off me but luckily for me i still have my passports with me.
I have been to the embassy and the Police here but they're not helping issues at all and my flight leaves in less than 8hrs from now but am having problems settling the hotel bills and the hotel manager won't let me leave until i settle the bills,
Am freaked out at the moment and i need your help right away.
Thursday, January 06, 2011
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
dialogue around women and pole dancing. Most of what she found online
provides a so-called feminist stance in defence of pole dancing,
indicating that a woman has the right to choose how she uses her body
for entertainment, exercise or money.
First, let's establish that exotic dancing and pole dancing
specifically is a legitimate income for some women and yes, it is
their choice to use their body to make money and I don't judge them
for making that choice. Everyone needs to eat, pay rent, etc. The
question then is, why did they make that choice? Did other choices
provide less income? Did their education level fail to open doors
available to others, leaving this as their best option? Let's say it'd
about options. Given other, similar income options, would the same
women still choose dancing? Is this an education issue? A class issue?
Are women of a certain education or class level more likely to use
their bodies to earn a living? Do they feel 'liberated' by doing so? I
propose that if your income options are limited to a few undesirable
choices including prostitution and exotic dancing, your rights as a
woman are not high on your list.
Next, we'll dish on the subject of pole dancing as exercise and why I
think it's elitist.
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Thursday, March 11, 2010
On February 25th, 2009, I went into labor at just 27 weeks pregnant. It was both exciting and terrifying that I delivered our twin boys at Memorial Hermann The Woodlands. They were immediately whisked away to the NICU where they were assessed during an intake process I observed performed on other babies over the next three months while we waited for our boys to struggle through their many obstacles to survive.
I am not being too dramatic when I say that I would not have two one-year olds today if not for the March of Dime's valuable research into saving premature babies. I am participating in the March for Babies this April in my humble appreciation for all that they do. You've watched our boys grow this past year, so PLEASE join us in supporting this worthy cause. Your contributions will help keep babies from being born too early and help save the ones that are.