I do not think that women are made to be baby making machines alone and that their duties is strictly to stay at home and rely on their husband to be in complete control of everything else. Making a choice in giving life, is not a choice that ends after pregnancy, you are responsible for your portion of the responsibilities of a human being for the rest of their life, whether you are physically present or not, in my opinion, and circumstances with families who serve, or who experience deaths and hardships that change those dynamics, can leave the choice you created without a choice if you are not prepared to make decisions regarding your responsibilities after death as well.
I have a life plan, so I have stipulations for how my life will be lived here on earth and off of the earth, and when I am considered dead. Martin Luther King, from what his niece tells us, did not want her mother to have an abortion. I have had an abortion and I have given life, so I call that being even at the moment where I do not need to justify anything to anyone. Her story about her uncle proclaiming that he was going to have a red-headed niece, and begging for her life, before she was born, and I think it is interesting that he had a premonition of her, because he was specific about her red hair, and who doesn't love a red head? I have two nephew-niece now with red hair, and I once did a temporary dye all day for Women's Wear Red day. I might disclose that me going to a Mustangs for Life meeting to meet her, where I showed up alone, was what I would imagine Nicole Kidman entering the Stepford Wives residence. They asked that I not eat alone, so that was nice of them, and I have written a very short 365 days of non-violence in honor of MLK Day, that has to be finished with the art work, and it is dedicated to someone who inspired me during one of my college stints.
Martin Luther King, was invited by the late Dean Bertland Moore to speak at Southern Methodist University during the Civil Rights Movement, and Bert picked him up from the airport from what I was told. Bertland Moore who reminded me of my guardian son I put in High School Christopher Moore, at MacArthur in San Antonio, Texas, and I felt guilty about not having introduced them, I wanted to encourage Christopher to go back to school and get an education for whatever he thought he might be interested in. I had adopted him when an employee who contracted work asked for the help because she was pregnant and they were threatening to kick her out of her apartment if he was not because it was a one bedroom and his mother Joanne Moore signed the papers, my son Joseth was 2 at the time, and when I was pregnant with him, I actually found out going into a birth control study, they could not admit me because I was 3 months along, and was unaware because I experienced signs from my menstral cycle, which I fully expect my son to know better than to get another teenager pregnant, and have informed him if he choses to engage in sexual activity, which I would hope he could wait or at least use protection, is my opinion abstinence being taught in schools in lieu of protected sex gets more kids pregnant that porn stars on Viagra.
It was actually a challenge to think of 365 things you go do to be non-violent, and for peace movements that embody large groups of people, organizing protests and demonstrating, As a child, I learned more about Booker T. Washington before Martin Luther King, but for the most part, when I read that Abraham Lincoln freed the slaves in the 1800's I am more or less wondering at a kid, why it takes 100 years for Martin Luther King to bring that law into action through a civil rights movement. This past year, we had Star Wars cast a lead role as a storm trooper, John Boyega, & I have already had my own Storm trooper Antyone (pronounced An-Twon) Davis, a former Army Medic who converted to Christianity, and went on to UNT. I met him at an Athiests/Skeptics/Humanist and Secular Students meeting at Collin College. So in the words of James Chudnow, "You are like Ayn Rand, the world is not ready for you yet" https://www.aynrand.org/ I would say, that President Gerald R Turner's speech about it being difficult for those of us who lived through the Civil Rights Movement have a difficult time, more so than those of us like my generation who dealt with having people of all backgrounds going to the same school, I probably thought at one time that Abraham Lincoln knew Martin Luther King, until I checked the history books, and didn't understand why the Emancipation Proclamation didn't change anything until Martin Luther King enacted it and demonstrated to obtain it.
I am that grade-schooler who would pour chocolate milk on the white girl and white milk on the black girl and tell them both to shut up and stop fighting- I colored you, now you both know what it is like to be the other person, you are covered in their color, well I mean that was my logical as an 8 year old second grader anyways. When I went out with Michael Young then, for a brief moment, my grandmother exclaimed that I was holding the hand of a colored boy. My former business partner Rhonda Cook-Campos explained that colored is a word they used in her generation, and while African-American was a proper for census data, she preferred just Black. I asked my son if he knew what Selma was, my mother and I watched that together. I don't think they have taught him anything about it specifically, but he was able to at least give me a recap of who Martin Luther King was, and I have to remind myself that he did not live during the times of Harriet Tubman, but he did with Rosa Parks.
I think we need to live in a world where it is possible to honor Tuskagee Airmen, without a Tuskagee Experiment crisis
I applied to go to Huston-Tilleton at the same time as UTDallas, and I am gracious that they accepted my application and I was able to visit their campus. I am coming up with a solution for being attacked online, and in person, to get back to finishing my degree plan at the University of Texas at Dallas. In honor of Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights and Women's Rights movement, instead of writing a hateful article attacking an employee and discriminating against her family dynamics such as her daughter with multiple personality disorder, with her decision for wanting to pass judgement on me enrolling for a chess class she did not approve of, and learning that I had more than one family member credentialed for psychiatry, for which I have let the selective service know, I have no heavy interest in being or having to practice for free in their place, I am focusing on Aerospace Medicine and Neurosurgery and a solution as requested that she wants to review for approval that must go in front of a committee.
I was happy to have met Ben Carson and able to ask him a question, and I called John Hopkins University and finally watched the Ben Carson Story on Netflix. I did my damnedest to binge "Orange is the New Black" but I went from the first season to the third after reading about Piper's engagement breakup not doing anything to get back together in the second season. I do appreciate them saying that it is a show about women, so her boyfriend is not the focus of being a main character in the story as a whole, and while I have met people from the African-American Black community who identify Obama as being too white for their tastes, I do think there is a certain form of truth in regards to women activists understanding civil rights movements and the freedom for slaves moreso than the majority of white men in America from a historical context in between the times of the Emancipation Proclamation and Martin Luther King carrying out his part in the Civil Rights Movement, is because there are more opportunites to express Feminism, and LGBTQIA to have rights as a result of Martin Luther King following through with a movement.
My son asked me if I was Transexual because I tell him that I can do a man's job, Thinking that I can do a man's job because I expect equality on a larger scale, or that I can buy or obtain my own sperm and inpregnante myself to bear a child, does not mean that I am transsexual, is what I explained to him, I explained to him that it is my vagina and I just don't want him telling me when I need to get married or have children, because it is my decision not his.