I would say that evil is a human creation and that for every person, evil represents different things. Everyone is ‘wired’ slightly differently to others. Some may be wired in such a way that makes them more likely to murder, but I don’t think that people are born ‘evil’. But again, that comes down to me thinking evil is a human construct and merely represents actions we perceive to be negative ones. I don’t believe that evil is a thing that exists without our consciousness.
If everything switched now, I don’t think anything would change. But if we had evolved the other way, I think roles would be reversed, yes. Mostly because women have the role of being the parent, whereas men have the role of taking care of the family.
That said, I feel as though speculating on this isn’t worth a huge amount, as it’s not something we can really ever know. But I think every human has the capacity to be an oppressor.
Everyone can sleep with as many people as they want to. I would advise practicing safe sex and using condoms whether it is intercourse or oral as you can still catch diseases from oral. As far as being a ‘slut’ goes, I would say if you want to consider yourself one, then great. If not, then that’s cool too. I don’t see why ‘slut’ should even be considered an insult. I realise that people almost always use it as an insult but I don’t think sleeping with people because you like it should be considered a bad thing at all. :)
Yeah I guess that’s convenient. I managed to find paper that day but after that I always make 100% before going. I really don’t think that’s gonna be a deciding factor in wearing underwear!
Thank you so much! That means loads. :)
Well, I wouldn’t wear makeup to a job interview. I would have in the past but times have changed. :) I don’t ever wear nude/natural makeup because I don’t wear makeup on a day to day basis. However, as this is a request, sure I can do that. I might just make a video on it or something and post some images along with that. :)
I do sometimes wear underwear. It depends on how see-through my trousers are. I don’t wear underwear because it’s not as good for your vagina to cover it so much. It basically makes it cleaner and smell fresher for longer, as well as minimising irritation. :)
I don’t really play games, no. Not my sort of thing. I started playing WoW recently as I’m online more having finished university for the summer. I’ve played Bioshock and find them to be really beautiful games. The first one, I am so shocklingly bad at, I can’t get past the first bit.
Dude, I wasn’t continually looking for it. I don’t even watch the programme. I stumbled upon a post I found interesting and happened to agree with the view on, even if it might not directly or fully apply to GoT. I did some background research and concluded I somewhat agreed with the article but you need to understand that I simply follow a lot of people whose posts are almost entirely to do with human rights of all kinds.
I’m not butthurt or angry, I just want to spread information. You’re welcome to disagree but I think it’s important that people consider the fact that some people are still very disadvantaged in today’s society. Minority groups so often receive little support for equality from white people and I feel as though if I have a lot of followers I should really do something to help with various kinds of issues of varying degrees.
My Tumblr and Twitter are an outlet for things I feel passionately about.
I’m curious though, if fighting for equality of all and promotion of issues that are affecting me and people I know directly aren’t ‘real world problems’, may I ask what are?
(And yes, hunger and poverty are good examples and I reblog posts related to those sorts of issues as well, when I see them and find out about them. It’s to note I don’t have a television and so all of the world news I hear about is through Twitter and Tumblr.)