Jump to content
Guests can now reply in ALL forum topics (No registration required!) ×
Guests can now reply in ALL forum topics (No registration required!)
In the Name of God بسم الله

Leaderboard


Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation on 06/03/2019 in all areas

  1. 3 points
    It wasn't an awnser. It's an exposure of a growing trend in Shi'ism which will be of no good to Shi'is and Sunni's in particular and Muslims in general. One can support the imamate belief on valid grounds but to insist on cursing and denigration of fellow Muslims goes too far. What does distinguish those Shi'is from extreme Sunni's with nasb tendencies? People love to debunk asnd critisize without offering any solution. And even IF scholars supported such a stance for 1400 years then it's time to realise that it solved NOTHING. Same as those who consider Muawiya a Sahabi while he was a clear munafiq and nasibi. Which is also only polarising Muslims more and more.
  2. 2 points
    Diaz

    Yelp, help me!

    brother, I went with Saudi Arabic as well, I will not celebrate eid on June 4, I will celebrate it on Wednesday 5th of June.
  3. 2 points
    Haji 2003

    Thoughts 2019

    There's one group that thinks we have a "special" relationship and licking its lips at the thought of trade deals. There's another group terrified of that relationship becoming more special: https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2019/jun/03/the-truth-about-chlorinated-chicken-review-an-instant-appetite-ruiner
  4. 2 points
    Mahdavist

    Eid is boring; don't criticize me

    As the famous narration goes: Everyday in which you do not disobey Allah is a day of Eid Some more thoughts on Eid can be found here: Link Wallahu a'lam
  5. 2 points
    Ashvazdanghe

    Yelp, help me!

    Salam for us praying for Eid is not obligatory but is recommended to do it but as I know you completed your one month fasting & can celebrate it happy Eid
  6. 2 points
    Ali~J

    Eid is boring; don't criticize me

    Literally another just another sad day for me. We do nothing at all for Eid.
  7. 2 points
    It was fun as a kid but now it's usually just eh. But I'll keep what you said in mind and make Dua especially for those who are lonely on Eid inshaAllah. To make it fun for yourself you can treat yourself to do something fun or go to a restaurant or buy something you've been wanting. I know that sounds lonely but at least your brain will associate Eid with something a little special.
  8. 2 points
    If a potential suitor asked that question about my daughter, it would definitely count against them. Why would they pursue a girl if they have doubts about her chastity if that is important to them? I answered with regard to my daughter because I was married with two children before I even learned about Islam.
  9. 2 points
    realizm

    500 - Internal server error

    Am I the only one here getting 500 errors almost anytime refreshing, backing or submitting pages ?
  10. 2 points
    Noor Taleb

    HELP ME REFUTE THIS

    Thank you all
  11. 2 points
    Diaz

    Ate/Eating/Will Eat?

    Today for iftar I had my favorite food in the world, Salmon, rice and fried potatoes with fresh orange juice. Right now I will eat the leftovers for Suhur with some omelette. Edit:- I forgot to tell you guys about my dessert, I had Muhallebiya
  12. 2 points
    I've often seen Shias in online comments saying how they have no issues with Sunnis, just the takfiri Salafis/Wahabis or that Sunnis are not sectarian or takfiris towards Shia, it just the Salafis, etc. But what about these references and quotes of the Sunni madhab founders and other salaf on the rawafid? Link is in Arabic but can be translated to get the gist of it: http://www.alserdaab.org/articles.aspx?selected_article_no=464 I cannot be sure as to authenticity. Edit: Though I wouldn't be surprised if TSD (who are reading this) include it in one of their next videos.
  13. 1 point
    Fizza lion

    Benefits of Reciting Ziayarat Ashura

    Salaam lakum Starting my journey of Positive Well being reciting the Ziayrat Ashura for 40 days would like to share my experience with other fellow Shia's. The purpose Finding myself and a good soulmate, did my initial prep got a photocopy of the dua and started my recitation today with 2 Rakat namaz and read the whole dua. Being hopeful and aspiring to seek spiritual help with a pure heart is an imperative in all life matters. Day 1 I feel very optimistic about the whole process either way I feel in Ramadan I will come out a spiritually connected individual.
  14. 1 point
    I personally don’t mind marrying a woman who is not a virgin as long as the reason of her losing her virginity is because she was married and then she divorced or became a widow.
  15. 1 point
    Keep in mind that the hymen of girls can be torn from things besides intercourse like physical exercise and some are born without it. You should read up on stuff like that if you haven't. I don't fault a guy for asking that question, as long as that isnt the first few questions he asks, since I would want to know the same about him and know that he isn't or wasn't ever married... My dad was known to be one of the most religious youths in my mom's mosque/community but he turned out to be liar and only outwardly Muslim, and my mom has seen a lot of men who lied about major things in the communities we have lived in over the years, so she tells me whoever I marry has to get HIV and STD testing done. I also got all 3 of my HPV vaccines to protect against cervical cancer, just in case the man I marry lies that he wasn't married before or isn't a virigin.
  16. 1 point
    It's not about sugar coating. The point is that both sects went through a crystalization proces of centuries long. Do you really believe that after all those centuries there are only flaws in sunnism and not in shi'ism? Even though the ahaadith (from both sides) can not be erased. But ahaadith are not holy nor can we be 100% procent sure about their authenticity. Only the Qur'an is Holy. Not saying we should erase and neglect all ahaadith but we all know that hadith literature was a influential tool to strengthen the positions of both sects. The creed of the Imami's is actually not implying to curse or to denigrate certain personalities or fellow Muslims. And to distant oneself from the enemies of Ahl al-Bayt can be interpreted in many ways as well if we look at the ambiguity of Imam Ali's (KW) attitude towards the first three caliphs or the direct a nd uncompromising attitude of Imam Hussain (عليه السلام) towards Yazid. There is a grey area which should be left as such. And I don't believe Imam Ali (KW) was a two-faced person who communicated with and consulted certain persons to curse them when he was alone at home. I don't buy that.
  17. 1 point
    Soldiers and Saffron

    EID plans?

    Its for the same reason as to why our maghrib times differ, its a matter of definition. Safe to say I don’t think anyone is trying to "trick" Allah(سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) by doing one or the other.
  18. 1 point
    Probably, yes
  19. 1 point
    Akbar673

    Reporting father

    As much as it pains me to say this but, your Mom is as much a part of your problem as your Father is. They are both the product of a backwards, provincial mindset that just doesn't work in today's day and age. See above...you need to walk on your own path based on what you feel is best for you. You're not a child anymore, but an adult and sadly you have some difficult choices right at the start of your adulthood. Pray to Allah to give you the right guidance and to keep you on the best possible path in life. In regard to your parents, always remember that it is because of them that you are in this world. Don't ever treat them with anything other than love and respect while being cognizant of what they are like and how they act. Act accordingly in regard to what is best for your personally while giving them the honor and respect that Allah commands you to. He knows them and you better than you know yourselves so always have faith in him and pray for him to guide you to the best possible outcome.
  20. 1 point
    Akbar673

    #FreedomFriday

    I was simply using that as an example of another religion in the U.S. that is less that 1% of the population in the country. My point was that should any religion regardless of U.S. pop. % be given whatever they want from a religious perspective even when they are an insignificant % of the workforce? Do you see where I'm going with this? Only 3.5 million Muslims should warrant a change to the U.S. Labor Laws? Regardless of what the religions beliefs are. I don't think the world population of Muslims is valid in this discussion. It should be limited only to how many Muslims are currently in the U.S. because that is what the discussion should be centered around only. How does it impact the U.S. workforce, since the issue is about leaving work to pray on a Friday without using personal time. To know how many Muslims there are outside of the U.S. workforce is of no consequence. How many are within the U.S. workforce, as well as how many want this to be passed because remember every Muslim in the U.S. isnt concerned with Friday prayers (not belittling your intention for this, but just putting the reality out there)? I don't disagree with you on that, however the issue will have to be dealt with when the Muslim workforce % is at a significant level in which it has an effect on the conduct of business. Not sure what the % is at currently regarding Muslims in the U.S. workforce but if overall Muslim population in the country is less than 1% then you can imagine the % of the workforce to be proportionate of perhaps even less. The numbers simply don't support your proposed legislation at this point. Again, this ties back to the % of Muslims in the workforce that wish for this. As I mentioned, not every Muslim is concerned with this. Also, will the legislation you are proposing be problematic for the conduct of business? If Muslims that wish to leave for Jummah prayers cause a disruption of business? Retail which sees an increase during the lunch hours, hospitals, IT support for critical software which experiences a drop in manpower, the list is quite long as to how this would be disruptive by opening this up for minority religions to have this afforded to them. I don't dispute the facts which you stated, in fact I am in complete agreement with you on those. However, we don't live in a Muslim country, nor are we a significant % of the population in which we have a strong enough effect on the conduct of business by leaving for Jummah prayers (or any prayers on any other day for that matter) in that we have the practical leverage to push this type of legislation through. Also, keep in mind that all 50 states have their own specific labor laws for this type of situation which are seperate from Federal level labor laws. You would need this proposed in their respective state legislatures where they would be debated not only on a Faith based level but also on a Commerce based level instead. As such, you would need to generate enough legislative support in every State to get the necessary support. If you have a State with a very low Muslim (or any other minority level) population then why would the legislation pass? For example, Wyoming, Washington, Vermont, S. Dakota & S. Carolina have the lowest levels of Muslims in them. Why would those state legislatures even consider this type of legislation? Well, hasn't the U.S. traditionally been a Christian majority nation? Even today the country is 70% Christian. In fact, there are more people that define as Irreligious (22%) than there are Muslims, Jews, Hindus and Buddhism combined despite their world population %'s being massive. As such, why wouldn't the culture and laws of a country like that by default lean towards Christianity. Also, many Christians deem Judaism as a forerunner of Christianity hence the preference. As I said, I don't mean to belittle your intention or purpose for pushing for this on a legislative level, but you have to consider many factors on this. Firstly, are there enough Muslims in the country to warrant any legislation of this type? My answer would be no. Secondly, do Muslims have the political support to have this type of legislation presented both at the Federal level and state legislature levels (depending on which jurisdcition this falls under)? Again, I would answer a "no" to Federal and a "maybe" to State level...California, Michigan, New Jersey & New York come to mind as perhaps, with Illinois and/or Pennsylvania as maybes. Other than that can you see this legislation passing in the states of the former Confederacy? I don't. Finally, are there enough people in the workforce that this effects (I'm not speaking of only Muslims, but all religions in the country)? Numbers wise I would say no, mentality wise I'm doubtful but hopeful. Also, the #FreedomFriday is currently being used by a number of people ranging from saving Dolphins to the U.S. military using it for recruitment purposes on Twitter. You might want to come up with something more specific or unique to your topic. Finally, there is the obstacle of despite Christians and Jews having an advantage based on the defined workweek whether this legislation goes against the Constitution. You can expect this topic to be argued ad nauseum by those that wish to maintain the Democracy and Secularism defined by the Constitution. In fact, it wouldn't be too much of a reach to predict that this will be a hot enough topic that it will require the Supreme Court to hear arguments in favor of and against and then have to rule on the Constitutionality of it. No different than how how an Xmas display shouldn't be displayed in Govt. buildings. This a loaded issue at the least. The laws of every country are based on the religious beliefs of its followers. Historically and currently. The laws of the U.S. are based on Christianity the same way the laws of Iran are based on Islam and the legal system of Israel is based on the laws of Judaism. However, those laws are based on the majority of the population and what they not only believe but would also support.
  21. 1 point
    According to Shia fiqh laws a girl is considered a virgin unless a nikkah took place. What point is there in asking a girl specifically about whether she had intercourse before marriage or not, do you think she is ever going to say,' yes, I have'? I think someone who asks this is confused between modesty and western definition of virginity.
  22. 1 point
    Ali~J

    EID plans?

    If your first fast was on Tuesday, Eid will be on Wednesday. If you started on Monday Eid will be on Tuesday.
  23. 1 point
    First, scientific community is a corrigible community, with new information, new discoveries, their views and theories change. Divine revelation is eternal and unchanging. Second, as I stated, before Lut's people, nature didn't play a role. After Lut's people, it may. I am very careful. Our incomplete or lack of understanding of a narration doesn't render it incorrect. It just means we'd need more time, experience, and information to understand it. Shaitan can and may be directly involved in many things. However, we wouldn't know it, since it can shape-shift to a figure that is not suspicious to us. We only know about Shaitan's involvement in this case because of the narration informing us about it. There's a good chance that the youth, who were tricked by Shaitan into homosexuality, didn't know that that woman was Shaitan.
  24. 1 point
    Indeed, it was after meeting Maryam Molkara that the late Imam Khomeini issued a fatwa. Whether or not he would have done so by his own accord later down the line without that meeting I don't know.
  25. 1 point
    Isaam

    EID plans?

    My relatives invited us to a Chand raat at their house tonight (even tho we don’t know when Eid is and there family is not religious) and my mom isn’t going to it, but my dad and my sister and I are. Then on Eid a relative who lives an hour away is having a potluck lunch at their house and I don’t want to go, because it’s an hour away and there is so much traffic in that state. And we are going to visit the cemetery that day.
  26. 1 point
    And here we go with this again. Lol.
  27. 1 point
    ali47

    Quantum Jumping and Islam?

    Not sure about Quantum Jumping but if you want a book on levels of reality from the Qu'ran, Sunnah and Philosophy then I recommend Existence & the Fall by Hamid Parsania. A book called Shining Sun: In Memory of 'Allamah Tabataba'I also discusses the folding up of the Earth (tay al-ard) in context of the throne of Bilqis which is rapidly moved from one place to another in the Qur'an. To my knowledge a bending of space-time or "folding up of the Earth" is the leading scientific hypothesis to for teleportation..
  28. 1 point
    (91:7~10) And the Nafs and He Who proportioned it, And He inspired it (Nafs) its wickedness and its righteousness. Indeed, he succeeds who purifies it (Nafs) And indeed, he fails who buries it (Nafs).
  29. 1 point
    realizm

    500 - Internal server error

    Ok brothers good luck.
  30. 1 point
    Haji 2003

    Ate/Eating/Will Eat?

    Another website I frequent has mainly Trump supporting, Muslim hating, middle-aged white American men, a number of whom seem to be divorced. The accepted wisdom there is that whackjob women do have compensating attributes elsewhere (that we can't discuss in an Islamic forum). For that reason, I cut them both some slack. On a side issue, but related to this. I was wondering if the following may have some traction. When we get problematic marital issue threads - I like your no-nonsense, take-no-prisoners approach. Do you think we could set up a thread "Ask Laayla" where you could deal with the issues being raised in the latest such thread, which would avoid creating a flamewar in the OPs thread? A bit like "Ask haji", but the latter always had a slightly comic intent, whereas "Ask Laayla" would have the intent of keeping people on the siratulmustaqeem (inshallah).
  31. 1 point
    Read this thread @Simon the Canaanite
  32. 1 point
    Interesting, I feel personally that it would too distracting for me. Left side should be the translation, right side should be Arabic.
  33. 1 point
    rxdbx

    Reporting father

    He does understand the seriousness of his actions, after he beats me up, however he will still do it. After all it's happened so long that I don't think he'll stop. My mom thinks what I'm doing is wrong and that I'm betraying her and my dad, she thinks I ran away for fun, but I'm at a women's shelter. I'm actually scared of my dad, in the past I did think of turning to suicide, but then I thought of how I can never get forgiven by Allah for that.
  34. 1 point
    Noor Taleb

    HELP ME REFUTE THIS

    Thank you , I'll pay attention to what you said.
  35. 1 point
    Ali~J

    Voting=Shirk? Please Clarify

    They do not rule over you. Saying that is idiotic. Which leadership? They just take responsibility for some legal matters.. I don't "follow" them and they have no control or legal power over me... They too are citizens... Again we must use our brain here. If a law goes against Islam you disobey unless it puts your life in danger. If if doesn't argue with Islam where is the problem in obeying to avoid unnecessary punishment?? The key word being government. It must mean the government of the Imam meaning that in the end there will be the one and only government or that the Imams government is the true government, but his government is not currently established (May Allah hasten the establishment). See above (it's not Shirk)
  36. 1 point
    That's a good hadith. Obviously not on the same wavelength but it reminds me of 'a moment on the lips a lifetime on the hips', because desire and lust lasts only seconds, but the repercussions can last for a lifetime.
  37. 1 point
  38. 1 point
    A Muslim man is allowed to marry a Christian or a Jewish woman in temporary marriage. Based on precaution, it is obligatory to refrain from marrying a non-Muslim woman in permanent marriage.A Muslim man is not allowed to marry, neither permanently nor temporarily a non-Muslim woman who is not among Ahlul Kitab. Based on obligatory precaution, a Muslim man must refrain from marrying a Zoroastrian woman, even temporarily. https://www.Sistani.org/english/book/46/2062/
  39. 1 point
    ShiaChat Mod

    Islamic Jokes and Humor

    Bob and Steve, two non-Muslim friends who happen to be lost in a desert. After days of walking without any water or food, they noticed a Mosque. Bob said: "Yes, thank God! I will walk in saying that my name is Mohammed, and you say that your name is Ahmed, this way we'll get some food! Deal?" Steve said: "No, I'm sticking with my name." They walked into the Mosque and the Sheikh saw them. The Sheikh asked: "What are your names?" Bob said: "My name is Mohammed." Steve said: "My name is Steve." Sheikh said: "Guys, please bring some food and water for Steve. And you Mohammed, Ramadan Mubarak!!
  40. 1 point
    Laayla

    Muslims in the Entertainment World

    Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum. Sister @LeftCoastMom I hope you are well and in good health. God tells us not to broadcast our sins openly. One of the main reasons committed and devout Muslims are against this show is because Ramy is displaying and talking about his sins publicly, which God tells us this in itself is a sin. We only plead and mention our sins to our Creator and ask His forgiveness. Our scholars and religious leaders address problems that occur in the society during Friday prayers, through social media, yearly conferences, newsletters, radio programs, there are many outlets we address about grave sins. Here is just one out of many examples. Just two minutes of your time sister. There is no need to address these issues by making a series about it. We do it all the time, and now with the month of Ramadhan just days away, so many issues are tackled on a daily basis in various centers and masjids. This is purposely done by Hollywood and the elites to inform the general topic, you can not find salvation, peace, tranquility within Islam. This religion doesn't give you any solutions. We have westernized Muslims who want to normalize sin as something to glamorize and talk about. And just look at the topics Ramy is bringing into Muslim and non Muslim homes, he is fornicating with a married woman during the holy month of Ramadhan! I'm deeply outraged, disgusted and revolted by Ramy Youssif, Insh'Allah his show will fail miserably and may he NEVER find success in this world or the Hereafter [until and unless he apologizes and regrets what he did]! M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  41. 1 point
    notme

    What is your goal today?

    I mowed the lawn for a half hour, and left a section incomplete. I'm having a really hard time finding the motivation to go back out and finish it. Also, I dug up a bunch of bamboo shoots, so another goal today is to trim, prepare, and can some bamboo shoots. It's terribly labor intensive for a low nutrient food, but I guess it's worth it since one of my people likes them. I might look into the feasibility of making craft paper from the "skin". I have a friend who scrapbooks and makes her own paper. I suppose talking with her would be a fun and pleasant third goal for today, and can be used as motivation for me to finish the first two.
  42. 1 point
    (salam) This is my summary from the discussion that took place on this thread: Every Shi'a believes in the concept of ismah and that the Prophets & Imams are protected from sins, particularly while delivering the messageDifference of opinion exists regarding the extent of the ismah, whether it goes into things like mistakes and other mishaps that a normal human is prone toMajority of the scholars since the ghaybah generally deny the event of Prophet committing sahw, besides those few handful ones like Ibn Walid, Sheikh Saduq, Allamah Tustari etc.The views of the aforementioned scholars are usually grossly misunderstood and a lot of the rebuttals seem to be surrounding around why Prophets and Imams can't commit sins (when none of them believed in such a thing)Some rebuttals go into why the Prophet wouldn't forget in Salah - when none of the scholars believed that the Prophet forgot in Salah due to his own lapseSaying that the Prophets and Imams could make minor mistakes is a lot different than saying that they did. Usually only one argument is brought forward for the Prophet forgetting and that is the sahw in salah - which also was not due to the Prophet's own lapse, but Allah's Wisdom (if we were to accept the event)We don't have a lot of information regarding the opinions of most pre-ghaybah scholars and companions on this issue, but it may be safe to say (my assumption) that they believed this incident took place Anti-Sahw Arguments The ismah includes all parts of the Prophet's (pbuh) life therefore he would not forget in Salah (whether due to his own lapse, or Allah forcing him to)Forgetting in Salah is a deficiency in his ismah, even if it was forced by Allah [swt], therefore Allah wouldn't do thatForgetting in Salah would open doors for people to doubt all his other actionsSheikh Tusi denies the event, but mentions the narrations regarding Sahw in his work (Tadheeb al-Ahkam), only because the ahkam mentioned in it are workableThere is a solitary narration that says that the Prophet never made the 2 sajda of sahwThe event is rejected by Sheikh Tusi by saying that this is an event that not only goes against ismah, but also because it is what the Sunnis famously report and we should therefore act against itIn order to make sense of these multiple narrations implying that the event did take place, there is only one conclusion made and that is that the narrations were said in Taqiyyah and therefore the event never took place all together Pro-Sahw Arguments There are narrations that imply that the Prophets and Imams were prone to some level of normality in life as humans (like sleeping in and missing the night prayer, see narration on page 1, post #10)Due to the status of the Prophets and Imams it is almost impossible that they would commit sahw or other mistakes due of their own lapse that too on a regular basis - unless there may be some Wisdom of Allah [swt] behind it and Allah causes them to (see hadith about Allah [swt] making Imam Kadhim (as) forget so that he eats the poisoned dates)Various narrations exist, both in Sunni and Shi'a texts regarding this event of Prophet's sahw happening and an opinion regarding the extent of ismah should be formed off of these, rather than preconceived opinions being the cause of rejecting the event all togetherForgetting in Salah is not a sin and does not effect his ismah - that too when it was caused by Allah [swt] and the Prophet didn't forget due to his own lapseMillions of Muslims (Sunnis) today and in the past believed in this event according to their books, yet there is no notion of them questioning Prophet's every other action or doubting his Nabuwwah - especially when it is known that Allah [swt] made him do soTaqiyyah is a weak argument, particularly when companions were asking the Imam rulings on a particular scenario in Salah occurring and the Imam would make reference to this event without any need to (see hadith by Harith ibn Mughira), or the fact that it seems it was known by the companions that this event took place and they would ask about it or make reference to it (see hadith by Abu Basir and Jamil)The Prophet was not delivering a message (where he is protected due to ismah); the message regarding Salah had already been delivered. A new message was delivered after the mistake and a new ruling was taught (sajda of sahw)Allah [swt] sent the Prophet to deliver the correct message. Even if the Prophet forgets, Allah [swt] will make sure that it is corrected or a correct action is done to fix the mistake. Therefore if the Prophet has already proven is Nabuwwah, there is no reason for people to doubt him afterwards (it is a sign of weak iman when you doubt or deny something that doesn't make sense to you), especially when things are being corrected and the correct message is being deliveredOf course there were a lot of other arguments made by both sides, but I believe it is safe to say that these are really the major points made by both sides. Also, it looks like that the Anti-Sahw arguments are few in number, but it isn't so - it is just that I felt that was what majority of the arguments revolved around and I was able to summarize them in 6 points. Wassalam
  43. 0 points
    Noor Taleb

    EID plans?

    What are your plans for this EID? DON'T submit the reply without mentioning food!
  44. 0 points
    7ssein

    EID plans?

    They imagined a moon, and announced it. It is scientifically impossible for them to have sighted it, yet they did. That's not that bad though, Mali celebrated eid today, before it was born.
  45. 0 points
    notme

    Thoughts 2019

    Y'all can keep him. He's nothing but trouble here.
  46. 0 points
    notme

    Thoughts 2019

    I feel that the United Kingdom is trolling the Great Troll on my behalf. If I trolled him myself they'd shut down my internet service and freeze my credit. Thanks, my British cousins.
  47. 0 points
  48. 0 points
    Questioner

    Shīʾah Paintings

    Agree
  49. 0 points
    rxdbx

    Reporting father

    If I go near my dad he'll beat me up. He came running towards me when he was released, and started screaming you're calling the police on me? I pay for this and that for you and you go off saying I threatened your mom with a knife. I called them because I was genuinely worried he was going to stab her. He loves me I guess, yet 18 years has passed and he still beats my mom up, and since 2015 he has beaten me up 7 times badly, and on top of that the mental abuse, that seems to never leave my mind. I remember how he used to treat my mom when I was way younger, or things he has said to me, back when I was younger, so often. I hate that I remember things in detail, and cry so many nights remembering things.
  50. 0 points
    Iran allows people to have operations. Yet rather than lead a normal life as a woman, people often end up prostituting themselves for a living. I believe homosexuality to be heavily influenced by outside factors, and the LGBTQRSTUVWXYZ+ movement definitely so, before the movement half of these definitions did not exist. People just jump on the bandwagon like horny teenagers jumping on the bisexual wagon 10-15 years ago. Some people even say vaccines cause issues in the DNA, but I don't have the evidence to agree or disagree, so I will leave that to those who do know.
×
×
  • Create New...