One woman is hoping her kids get the hint that all she wants is for them to shut the fuck up for a few hours and some great Dad dick. She offered to make her mother a cut out of a turkey made from her hand instead. The exact same thing she has given her for Thanksgiving. Cassandra was not impressed. It was super sweet and I just want to help her help me get what I want. Met with her daughters continued confusion Cassandra tried to think of other things she might actually want for Mothers Day.
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Let's face it: dads get a lot of undue praise these days. Congratulations, you put the diaper on the right end. Way to go, you bought some mushy carrots, and later you'll swear a blue streak while dabbing at the resulting vomit. Holy shit, you stopped a flying baseball bat from straight-up murdering that baby you made. OK, that last one is pretty impressive. Anyway, since dads seem to get all kinds of extra credit for completing low-to-medium difficulty parenting tasks—I mean, is it technically "babysitting" if you share genetic material? It's probably how most dads would want us to celebrate Father's Day anyhow: by endlessly ripping on them for their failures.
I saw this poster today and I was going to just let it go, but then I kept feeling tugged to say something. While this poster is great to bring attention to the issue of child trafficking, it is a "shocking" picture of a young girl tied up. It has that dark gritty feeling. I picture her in a basement tied to a dripping pipe. While that sounds awful, it's important to know that trafficking children in the US is not all of that.
Wyatt Neumann is a photographer and a father. In he took his two-year-old daughter Stella on a cross-country road trip, photographing their journey along the way. Neumann captured sunsets and cornfields and, of course, Stella, often donning one of most two-year-old girls' two favorite ensembles: a princess dress and nothing at all. In the middle of the trip, what the Safari Gallery describes as "a hyper puritanical, neo-conservative group" launched a cyber-attack on Neumann's images, specifically those of Stella. Calling the images "perverse," "sick" and "pornographic," members of the group attempted to remove all traces of them from the web.