Nadia is part of the intellectual, artistic creatives and bohemian circles in Tunisia…Some of her friends risked their lives publicly in voicing their message for a Democratic Secular Tunisia during the Jasmine Revolution of 2011. Thank you to Egyptian Streets شوارع مصر who recorded a … journey of what is … 72 hours which changed the lives of every Egyptian and possibly many more Arabic speakers on this planet!
People should spend more time Chasing their own La Dolce Vita and less time fashion or art policing other people’s lives. Because when my friend and I walked home, we are still humming “Non, je ne regrette rien” and other Edith Piaf songs, swinging our mini-skirts in the sun! 🙂
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By Ray L Martin Editor at Large 10th August 2012, 18:43 GMT Classic video game characters from Ninetendo In continuation of the article countdown, we’re now…
I arrived at this conclusion because: We are not here to look at Proprietary rights on human tissues. We are also not here to make one side the devil. We are here to try to take the most compassionate approach possible on a case-case basis. Generally in law, it is much much more difficult to confer a right that does not exist then it is to moderate an existing right that protects people’s freedom of choice (within limits), so to seek to overturn Roe v. Wade would take away women’s rights irreparably AND create a precedence for looking at Human tissues, foetus etc. in a proprietary way. That is the basis of Slavery.