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Animal Rights 

No matter the animal species, all animals should be treated with love, respect, and kindness. 

I don’t care if it’s a snake, frog, or turtle, if I see you hurting an animal I will say how stupid you are. If you go out of your way to harm an innocent animal, that just shows how messed up you are. 

This week I have seen three different people harming animals. First this group of children (3-7) and their parents were gathered around a BABY snake, that couldn’t harm anyone, and we’re stomping on it, kicking it, ect. It infuriated me they the parents didn’t do anything at all. Then there was a group of women throwing sticks and rocks at a lizard, a lizard that was running away from them. Finally, today I was going through the lazy river helping frogs that were stuck in the water, when I came upon this group of ladies splashing, and screaming at a baby frog, so I went right up to the frog and helped it out of the water. The frog was so exhausted from trying to get away from those ladies that when I put it in my hand he just sat there, he didn’t move or freak out and jump away. All he did was sit in my hand. At that moment it broke my heart that people would harm an innocent animal. 

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The haunting truth

Love, love, love this!

Truth lords

It is our belief system, you being afraid of the truth when you know it can hurt you. You seek out this truth, only when you know that its exposition will be to your advantage. Do not look at it as selfish. It is an instinct.

What happens when the exposition of this truth leads to your loss?

You begin to hate the truth, to constantly avoid it, regardless of its purpose. You even go to the extents of weeding out all unwelcome or invasive truths and creating your own truth.

This innate abhorrence that you feel for the truth has led you to rue criticism, whether constructive or destructive. When a person tells you the truth from their own perspective, an instinct in you begins to rule the person out as insignificant, backwards and insensitive. It may eventually lead to hatred.

Try to remember the last person that sat…

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But why shouldn’t she take some responsibility too for the rape?

Originally posted on blue milk:

I am going to assume the person who left this comment on my post Don’t get raped is a man:

When it comes to any kind of crime, I think it is important to make a distinction between blame and responsibility. In all cases all of the blame belongs to the perpetrators. However, in some cases, some of the responsibility can also be put on the victim.

If a man goes alone through an area of the city at night and gets mugged, I would give him none of the blame, but some of the responsibility (He’s not at fault for doing what he did, but it was at least somewhat irresponsible of him to do so).

If a girl gets so completely drunk that she can not take care of herself and she ends up being raped, I would give her none of the blame, but still some of…

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blue milk

I am going to assume the person who left this comment on my post Don’t get raped is a man:

When it comes to any kind of crime, I think it is important to make a distinction between blame and responsibility. In all cases all of the blame belongs to the perpetrators. However, in some cases, some of the responsibility can also be put on the victim.

If a man goes alone through an area of the city at night and gets mugged, I would give him none of the blame, but some of the responsibility (He’s not at fault for doing what he did, but it was at least somewhat irresponsible of him to do so).

If a girl gets so completely drunk that she can not take care of herself and she ends up being raped, I would give her none of the blame, but still some of…

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Today my story got shared on an inspirational stories page! When I saw that it got shared I cried my eyes out! Now so many people are telling me how much I’ve inspired them! I’m in he car on a trip now but as soon as I get home I’m going to make a post thanking everyone that has followed and commented. I am so thankful for everything in my life and I can’t wait to inspire more people! I love you all! 

Just a little about myself 

My name is Brooke, and I live in South Carolina. My birthday is November 14th. I have three sisters, lots of dogs, a hedgehog and a turtle. I suffered from almost seven years of sexual, physical, and verbal abuse from my step father. I’ve suffered all my life from a mentally abusive biological mother; however, at the age of 13, my step mother adopted me. I suffer with PTSD and anxiety daily. I started this blog to share my story and life with you guys. Hate will NOT be tolerated.