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Author has written 7 stories for Mediator, Flight 29 Down, Robin Hood BBC, Avatar: Last Airbender, and Naruto.
am PsychiatricPatient103. If you want me to explain my name to you, you're out of luck because I think it speaks for itself!
I am a self-proclaimed hypocrite and ditz whose uncanny adventures in life just keep on rolling... no, sadly, they're not on the river.
I'm a Band Geek, too. And I love every minute of it!I do not remember when rehearsal became 'fun' (standing out on the blacktop for around four hours, doing the same thing over and over and over); but hey, look at my penname, I never said I was sane, did I?
I'm really very simple to figure out. I'm unpredictable... see! Don't you feel like you know me better now?
I love many shows and Books including:
Avatar: the Last Airbender
I love this show, but the Avatar finale left me frozen and unfulfilled. Not just shipping-wise either (if only Mai was a lesbian… if only…. Ty Lee and her were locked away for a while! ;) Hehe) I feel Aang's character and chance for growth was cheated...
After the Avatar Finale
Flight 29 Down
Okay, yeah, I know. It's a rip-off off of LOST. you don't have to yell, scream, type, reply back, or use capitalization anymore, I get it.
But I still like it!
I effin' love the Uchihas
True Blood/The Southern Vampire Mysteries
On real issues:
I keep hearing this phrase repeatedly, practically in a loop, whenever I talk to someone with opposing views than myself about abortion, that it is murder; That it disrupt civil society and that abortion should be made illeagal because murder is illegal. Abortion does not disrupt civil society in the same way as murder. To believe that abortion must be regulated relies on a belief that a fetus is a person with all the rights and responsibilities of someone born. To grant a fetus that cannot exist outside the womb greater rights than the woman carrying the fetus is, in my estimation, fundamentally incompatible with the function of civil society.
Most importantly, making abortion illegal will not stop abortions. The disruption to society from criminalizing abortion I believe is much greater than protecting safe and legal abortion. If I were to choose to have an abortion it would not infringe upon your liberty or the function of society at all. If you were to deny me the right to choose an abortion it impinges upon my liberty and the society at large in a myriad of ways.
And to the argument that people should not be forced to be governed by laws which are in opposition to their moral and/or religious beliefs I would point out that we are all governed by some laws which do not comport with our personal moral beliefs. I am morally opposed to war and yet I voluntarily participate about system of government to which I give my authority to decide to wage war and to which I will pay taxes which support the waging of those wars. However, I also recognize that all societies, however small, develop methods to protect themselves from attack and I understand that there is common agreement therefore that a military should necessarily exist. Society cannot function if everyone is allowed to opt out of living under common laws based on individual beliefs.
I feel that the decision to abort a pregnancy is that of the mothers’; and the state has no right to interfere. Abortion is a women’s own right and choice. Women should not be forced to have babies they don’t want or aren’t ready for. They must be able to decide what happens to them and have a safe plus legal way of doing so. Women are in control of their own bodies and lives. Legislators, and other people, have no right to interfere.