I reckon centerlink should pay the same each to adults that are single as they do to adults that share - whether defacto, married, or "just friends". I am stuffed if I see why a married couple should get less than a brother and sister sharing a house.
Actually I know of quite a few g a y people who have managed to have children, with g a y or straight partners. And I've been told by someone with a g a y in their family that it can be hereditary / genetic. So the poster isn't quite right. But I'm being picky, it's still funny.
I went to pay for breakfast at a cafe that me and my mum had been enjoying for about a week while we were in Perth - and the guy made some comment about me paying for my partner. Um oops. Just because he's a queen doesn't make me g a y. I laughed because I'd let her pay a few times, so she did look like my "sugar mommy" instead of my mum.
HAY stop it now stop frighting all of you
the sine was something to joke about
if you whant to fright do it privet not here were any one can see this
this is a joke
this place is a happy froum were we all talk about dogs
so stop it please
No one's fighting =) Just a slight misunderstanding.
Yes Hyacinth it has been proven with some *** men that because the female body doesn't recognise male cells that the mothers immune system makes chemical changes on the male chromosomes. ( i have probably worded that all wrong ) The more sons she has the more likely that 1 will be ***.
I have seen a few of these stickers around town, thought they were highly amusing
I completely agree that it's unfair that married or defacto couples get less than say a brother/sister living together.
Just because we are a couple doesn't mean we eat less or use less power.
Back to the g a y topic. I don't know if it's genetic (as in passed on) or what, but I do believe it's not a choice as many people try to claim.
It's a lot more acceptable in this day and age which is great.
I remember back when my high school friend told us he was ***, he was so scared, the first thing he said afterwards was "If you hate me now I understand". It's a shame people still have to think that way.
Slightly OTT, but we have some awesome signs at work (a youth drop-in centre) that say:
'When are you going to tell your parents that you're straight'
I think it's a powerful message.
If you look at the thread with the piccies of us, the one of me and my bestie! She is actually gay and that day we, including the kids, were on our way to our first gay rights Rally in the city!
It was bloody awesome!!
gay gay gaydadee gay gay gayness
thanks to Morgan
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