Stop Abortion

This Is Dedicated To The Memory Of All The Aborted Babies Throughout The World. I post it to here,because i know you have a heart , let the world know what happens to the child and all the pain the baby goes through when it is aborted.
women constantly having sex without protection and resorting to abortion when learning about their pregnancy
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DO YOU THINK THESE BABIES CHOSE TO DIE???



Dear Mommy,

I am in Heaven now... I so wanted to be your little girl. I don't quite understand what has happened. I was so excited when I began realizing my existence. I was in a dark, yet comfortable place. I saw I had fingers and toes. I was pretty far along in my developing, yet not near ready to leave my surroundings. I spent most of my time thinking or sleeping. Even from my earliest days, I felt a special bonding between you and me.

Sometimes I heard you crying and I cried with you. Sometimes you would yell or scream, then cry. I heard Daddy yelling back. I was sad, and hoped you would be better soon. I wondered why you cried so much. One day you cried almost all of the day. I felt so hurt for you. I couldn't imagine why you were so unhappy.

That same day, the most horrible thing happened. A very mean monster came into that warm, comfortable place I was in. I was so scared, I began screaming, but you never once tried to help me. Maybe you never heard me. The monster got closer and closer as I was screaming and screaming, "Mommy, Mommy, help me please; Mommy, help me." Complete terror is all I felt. I screamed and screamed until I thought I couldn't anymore. Then the monster started ripping my arms off. It hurt so bad; the pain I can never explain. It didn't stop.

Oh, how I begged it to stop. I screamed in horror as it ripped my leg off.

Though I was in such complete pain, I was dying. I knew I would never see your face or hear you say how much you love me. I wanted to make all your tears go away. I had so many plans to make you happy. Now I couldn't; all my dreams were shattered. Though I was in utter pain and horror, I felt the pain of my heart breaking, above all. I wanted more than anything to be your daughter. No use now, for I was dying a painful death. I could only imagine the terrible things that they had done to you. I wanted to tell you that I love you before I was gone, but I didn't know the words you could understand.

And soon, I no longer had the breath to say them; I was dead. I felt myself rising. I was being carried by a huge angel into a big beautiful place. I was still crying, but the physical pain was gone. The angel took me away to a wonderful place... Then I was happy. I asked the angel what was the thing was that killed me. He answered, "Abortion". I am sorry, for I know how it feels." I don't know what abortion is; I guess that's the name of the monster. I'm writing to say that I love you and to tell you how much I wanted to be your little girl. I tried very hard to live. I wanted to live. I had the will, but I couldn't; the monster was too powerful. It ****ed my arms and legs off and finally got all of me. It was impossible to live. I just wanted you to know I tried to stay with you. I didn't want to die. Also, Mommy, please watch out for that abortion monster. Mommy, I love you and I would hate for you to go through the kind of pain I did. Please be careful.

Love,
Your Baby Girl

 

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The Cambridge newspaper criticized for photos of scantily-clad female students..

The Internet newspaper The Tab, launched in June 2009 by students at Cambridge University, drew criticism from the student union and the press. The reason was the publication on the website edition of notes, accompanied by photographs of scantily-clad female students . One of the models have already asked to remove her picture from the site.
'The Tab', which appears online and provides the latest celebrity gossip and sport news, has proved hugely popular with 80,000 hits in its first week.

But a 'Totty' section featuring scantily-clad female students and articles like 'Bra-vo' about the large bra sizes of Cambridge women have left some distinctly unimpressed.


The Tab's 'Totty' section featuring 'Beautiful Becky' has sparked controversy on campus at Cambridge University with calls for it to be axed

Sporty: Heidi, 21, who has a triple first, is another in the 'Top Totty' section

One feature is about student Emmalina Thompsell who hit the news after qualifying for a beauty pageant final despite being a Size 12


Photographer Katy King, who took the 'Totty' images, mounts a strong defence of the paper in an editorial, insisting it is not generated by a male-dominated editorial team.

Describing herself as a feminist, she said: 'The features editor, TV editor, fashion editor, news sub-editor and senior news reporter are all female and are proud to work for The Tab.'

Miss King insisted that the models were not exploited or paid for the shoots but were intelligent Cambridge students who knew their own minds.

'Surely the fact that they are educated and bright women, and still chose to partake in Tab Totty proves that "page three" and "glamour girls" are not just women who have no other choice but to turn to modelling?,' she said.

'These girls have the freedom to do and say what they want, and they exercised that freedom by doing Tab Totty. It is a shame that girls have to get their kit off to generate feminist debate...'

She added: 'The Tab is a powerful weapon. Now that it has a loyal following, what is published is widely read - and most importantly, commented upon.'

 

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Anna Kournikova in Malaysia

Anna Kournikova began playing tennis at the age of 5 and moved to Florida at the age of 11 to train. Often ranked in the top 10 female tennis player.

Race is not an issue where love is concerned – that is the stand of sexy Russian tennis star Anna Kournikova.

Anna Kournikova from Russia posing for photographers with a giant tennis ball during a photocall at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, October 26. 2009.



“(Malaysian men are) very cute but at the end of the day, it is all about the person and it has nothing to do with the race,” she said when asked what she thought of Malaysian blokes at the launching of the Showdown of Champions 2009 – The Grand Slam here yesterday.

The 28-year-old, who is the ambassador for the event, also spontaneously brought up her love life during the 15-minute press conference.


Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova

“He is half Spanish and half Filipino,” she said, referring to her long-term partner, singer Enrique Iglesias.
Kournikova, who is currently involved in campaigns to encourage children to play sports, said she is “passionate about working with kids.”

On whether she has any plans to have her own children, the Miami-based tennis beauty said:

“Someday. Maybe 20 years from now. Anything is possible.”


Russian tennis player Anna Kournikova, wearing a Malaysian traditional “baju kebaya” dress, poses during the launch of The Kuala Lumpur Showdown of Champions The Glam Slam 2009, in Kuala Lumpur October 26, 2009.


Kournikova, who has stopped playing competitive tennis due to injury since 2003, said she has no plans to make a comeback even though she misses the sport.

“Obviously I miss playing tennis. How can I not miss the game? I’ve been playing since I was five years old and I’ve been playing the game for 23 years of my life.

“There are moments I miss playing in front of 20,000 people, playing a night match and playing 7-6 in a third (set).

“But when I look back, I am really happy with the way I played.

“I played some amazing games,” she said.

She is also grateful to have found her new passion – to raise awareness on malaria, sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS among youths.

“I can pick and choose now and give my time to causes that I have a passion about,” she said.

The Showdown of Champions 2009 will feature Elena Dementieva, Maria Kirilenko, Sania Mirza and Zheng Jie at the Malawati Stadium in Shah Alam on Dec 19 and 20.

 

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Russian Fashion Week

Russian Fashion Week – the biggest event in the Eastern Europe fashion word.
Russian Fashion Week has garnered one of the best reputations because it reportedly follows the format and professional standards of Milan or London
Russian Fashion Week is proud to have partnership with fashion weeks in Italy, China, Canada, South Africa, New Zealand, Spain, Portugal, Mexico, Greece, Croatia, India, Czech Republic, Norway, Sweden, Malaysia.


The last day of Russian Fashion Week season Spring-Summer 2010 collection shows Masha Sharoeva and Sabina Gorelik.












 

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Miss Pole Dance South America 2009

Pole dancing is a form of performing art, a combination of dancing and gymnastics., it involves dancing sensually with a vertical pole is now regarded as a recognized form of exercise and can be used as both an aerobic and an aerobic workout. Pole dance is very difficult. I appreciate the ladies.. they have to really work out.
The Miss Pole Dance Argentina 2009 competition was held in Bueno Aires on Tuesday, October 20th. 24-year-old Brazilian Rafaela Montenero took home the top prize. She had also won Brazil's Miss Pole Dancer 2009. 29-year-old Maria Luz Escalante of Argentina took home the second prize.

Both women will compete in the world championships in London in May.


Brazilian pole dancer Rafaela Montenero performs during the 'Miss Pole Dance South America 2009' competition in Buenos Aires, Argentina on October 20, 2009. Montenero won the competition.

Argentinian pole dancer Maria Luz Escalante gives her winning preformance








Brazilian pole dancer Eduarda Ribeiro waits backstage for the start of the Miss Pole Dance Argentina 2009


 

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Man Arrested For Being Naked In Own Kitchen


A Virginia man was arrested for being naked - in his own home.

Eric Williamson was making coffee in his kitchen Monday morning 8.40 AM and didn’t thing anything of the fact that he was nude since he was alone in the house, according to WTTG-TV.

But a woman and her 7-year-old son happened to be strolling through his front yard and saw the 29-year-old having breakfast in the buff through his window.

They called the cops on Williamson and he was arrested for indecent exposure, according to the Fox station.

Eric Williamson argued that he had no idea he could be seen.

The man argued that he had no idea he could be seen, but cops believe he wanted people to see him like that.

“If I stood and seemed comfortable in my kitchen, it's natural. It's my kitchen,” Williamson told the station.

He faces a year in jail and a $2,000 fine, but plans to fight the charge.

 

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Meeting underwater to highlight the threat of global warming

The government of the Maldives has held a cabinet meeting underwater to highlight the threat of global warming to the low-lying Indian Ocean nation.

President Mohamed Nasheed and his cabinet signed a document calling for global cuts in carbon emissions.

Ministers spent half an hour on the sea bed, communicating with white boards and hand signals.

The president said the UN climate change conference in Copenhagen this December cannot be allowed to fail.

At a later press conference while still in the water, President Nasheed was asked what would happen if the summit fails. "We are going to die," he replied.

The Maldives stand an average of 2.1 metres (7ft) above sea level, and the government says they face being wiped out if oceans rise.

"We're now actually trying to send our message, let the world know what is happening, and what will happen to the Maldives if climate change is not checked," President Nasheed said.

"If the Maldives cannot be saved today we do not feel that there is much of a chance for the rest of the world," he added.

Three of the 14 cabinet ministers missed the underwater meeting, about 20 minutes by boat from the capital, Male, because two were not given medical permission and another was abroad, officials said.

President Nasheed and other cabinet members taking part had been practising their slow breathing to get into the right mental frame for the meeting, a government source said.
About 5m underwater, in a blue-green lagoon on a small island used for military training, they were observed by a clutch of snorkelling journalists.

Each minister was accompanied by a diving instructor and a military minder.

While underwater, they signed a document ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen in December, calling on all nations to cut their carbon emissions.

World leaders at the summit aim to create a new agreement to replace the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, which expires in 2012.


 

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Women shouldn't be victims of fashion.

It is not without reason that women are eager to put their feet on the mercy of a high heel that they are very well-aware may give them pain overtime.





Over all, wearing a seductive pair of high heel shoes does not makes a woman feel curvier and more attractive.

 

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Jessica Watson sail solo in search of record

Jessica Watson leaves Sydney Harbour and expects to return in eight months.

Teenage sailor Jessica Watson is alone on the Pacific Ocean after launching her attempt to sail solo around the world.

The 16-year-old slept in her yacht last night to acclimatise and sailed out of Sydney Harbour this morning after an emotional farewell to family.

A siren signalled the official start of Ms Watson's journey, but the teenager's yacht sat for some minutes waiting for a gust of wind to send her off.

She eventually made her way through choppy waves at the mouth of the harbour and out into open ocean, but not before she radioed Harbour Control to say she was underway.

The voice at the other end wished her well, saying: "See you in eight months."




Dozens of spectators watched from the harbour foreshore and the pink yacht was surrounded by up to 50 kayakers and boats filled with supporters and media.

Ms Watson is trying to break Jesse Martin's record as the youngest person to circumnavigate the globe nonstop and unassisted.

Her record-breaking attempt has fuelled debate over whether someone so young should be allowed to make the solo voyage.

Ms Watson has faced several disruptions as she prepared for her voyage.

Last month her yacht collided with a cargo ship off southern Queensland, and last weekend one of her mentors, Andrew Short, was killed in a yachting accident.

Ms Watson's support team says the teenager's location will always be known through GPS tracking on her clothing.

Jessica's mother, Julie, says she will be in contact with her daughter twice a day.

"She's had a fair bit to do over the last couple of weeks down here in Sydney, but nothing new came up so we said... this is the day," Julie Watson said.

"It's been terrific."

Last-minute advice

Meanwhile, adventurer James Castrission, who made history by kayaking across the Tasman Sea, was giving last-minute advice to the teenager.

He says it was a nervous departure for Ms Watson.

"It was quite tense," he said.

"Always with these things, everyone's feeling a little bit edgy, [worrying about] what's going to happen out there, but she's done the work and she's ready to go."

Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard has told Channel Nine that a lot of Australians are nervous for the young sailor.

"If there is one message, it would be keep safe - do everything she needs to do to keep safe," Ms Gillard said.

"If that means that at some point she has got to abandon the journey, then the most important thing here is a young person's life."




UPDATE: 21 OCT 2009


Watson is aboard a 34-foot pink sailboat and might have to negotiate swells taller than her boat is long. She has eight months of sailing ahead of her, and safety is not guaranteed.
But for now it's smooth going. On Tuesday she wrote: "It already feels like I'm settling right into a routine, grabbing a bit of sleep through the night and into the morning when I can, logging and plotting my position, digging through the food bags for meals and calling in for phone skeds twice a day. There's always something to do or check.

"I've been hard at work eating my way through all the last-minute presents and sweets that were shoved aboard just before we left. Every time I think I've eaten them all I seem to discover another packet stashed away somewhere!"

Watson has critics who believe she should not be allowed to attempt this voyage, but many supporters -- Monday's blog post generated more than 700 comments -- are behind her all the way.

UPDATE: 7 MAY 2010


Jessica Watson 'falls short of world record'


Jessica Watson will not have travelled far enough to claim the record for being the youngest person to sail solo, non-stop and unassisted around the world, sailing website Sail-World says.

The website claims the 16-year-old will not have satisfied the World Speed Sailing Record Council's criteria to take the record from fellow Australian Jesse Martin.

"She has simply not gone far enough north of the equator," the site said.

"Look at her track and that of Jesse Martin and you can easily see where his extra thousands of miles were sailed."

According to Sail-World, the WSSRC (the official record body), advised Watson's team before her departure that her route would fall short of the round-the-world minimum distance.

The website says a round-the-world voyage must be at least 21,600 nautical miles, the shortest route around the globe.

It's claimed calculations show Watson will only have travelled 18,265 nautical miles when she sails into Sydney - 2335 nautical miles less than the official distance and 3495 nautical miles less than Jesse Martin's distance.

"As happens in every sailing passage Jessica has not sailed a straight line, she has tacked and gybed and will have no doubt travelled around 23,000 miles according to her log," the website says.

"However that is not the way sailing distances are calculated."

"The different set of distance has popped up because media has been given Jessica's distance sailed by summing distances sailed from sat [sic] tracking or perhaps daily logs, therefore counting every zig and zag across the oceans."

"When Jessica Watson sails into Sydney Harbour next weekend, she will have survived a bruising voyage with bravery and skill, and be on her way to fame and fortune, but she will not have taken Jesse Martin's non-stop unassisted round-the-world record from him."

Watson's manager, Andrew Fraser, has dismissed the claims as "ridiculous".

"This is typical of the sailing blog forums, they've been on the bandwagon for weeks," Mr Fraser told Fairfax. "It's ridiculous."

"The bottom line is, and this is quoted from [the WSSRC], to sail around the world a vessel must start and return from the same point, cross all meridians of longitude and cross the Equator, she's done all of that."
Fraser told Fairfax the WSSRC never intended recognising Watson's record because she was under 18 years of age.

UPDATE 15 MAY 2010

Watson spent seven months at sea

SYDNEY -- An Australian teenager became the youngest person to sail solo, nonstop and unassisted around the world after a seven-month journey that was completed Saturday.

Jessica Watson, center, was greeted by Australia prime minister Kevin Rudd and a throng of thousands after the 16-year-old docked at Sydney's Opera House.

Thousands cheered as 16-year-old Jessica Watson maneuvered her pink 34-foot yacht into Sydney Harbour, the finale to an adventure in which she overcame 40-foot waves, homesickness and critics who said she'd never make it home alive.

"She said she'd sail around the world and she has," a tearful Julie Watson said as she watched her grinning daughter cruise past the finish line. "She's home."

Watson docked at the city's iconic Opera House, bursting into tears and gasping in relief as she stepped off her yacht and into the arms of her parents. She hung onto her father and brother as she walked slowly and tentatively along a pink carpet rolled out in her honor -- her first steps on land in 210 days.

"People don't think you're capable of these things -- they don't realize what young people, what 16-year-olds and girls are capable of," Watson told the raucous crowd, many wearing pink clothes and waving pink flags in honor of her yacht, Ella's Pink Lady. "It's amazing, when you take away those expectations, what you can do."

Her parents' decision to let their daughter attempt such a feat was highly criticized.

"I don't think any of us would ever doubt Jessica Watson again," said New South Wales state Premier Kristina Keneally, who was waiting at the Opera House to welcome the teen.

"I'm completely overwhelmed. I just don't know what to think and what to say at the moment," Watson said, her voice trembling, in an interview broadcast live on a screen outside the Opera House. "It's all a bit much, but absolutely amazing."

Watson, from Buderim, north of Brisbane in Queensland state, sailed out of Sydney on Oct. 18. She traveled northeast through the South Pacific and across the equator, south to Cape Horn at the tip of South America, across the Atlantic Ocean to South Africa, through the Indian Ocean and around southern Australia.

Prime Minister Kevin Rudd greeted Watson at the Opera House with a grin and a hug, dubbing her "Australia's newest hero" -- a description Watson dismissed.

"I'm actually going to disagree with the prime minister," she said, as the crowd laughed. "I don't consider myself a hero. I'm an ordinary girl who believed in her dream."

Australian Jesse Martin held the record for the youngest person to sail around the world solo, nonstop and unassisted, after he completed the journey in 1999 at the age of 18. He boarded Watson's boat and took over as she cruised toward the Opera House, so she could relax and wave to the fans.

Watson's feat, however, will not be considered an official world record, because the World Speed Sailing Record Council discontinued its "youngest" category.

Though she sailed nearly 23,000 nautical miles, some sailing enthusiasts also have argued that Watson didn't travel far enough north of the equator for her journey to count as a true round-the-world trek as defined by the record council's rules.

Watson's managers have dismissed those claims and argued she doesn't need to adhere to the council's rules anyway, because the council wasn't recognizing her voyage.

The route took Watson through some of the world's most treacherous waters, and the teen made it through monstrous storms and suffered seven knockdowns.

 

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