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Norway’s unofficial top 43 gender neutral names
I have compiled a list of Norwegian unisex names from norskenavn.no and sorted them with data from ssb.no which has a register over persons that use the name as their first name.The closer the gender gap ratio the higher on the list it appears. The numbers after the name is the number of users divided by gender, with the smallest group always coming first to not force gendered perceptions onto the list.
- Rudy 11-54
- Jannik 35-106
- Toni 66-305
- Marian 662-909
- Jean 176 – 460
Anonymous said: What's a common Norwegian name for both boys and girls?
If any followers can come up with any Norwegian names that work for both genders, reply to this post or send an ask. You just stay tuned, anon.
After a bit if research, I’ve found Tonny. It works as both male and female names, and can be written differently (Tonni, Tony, Toni) but the example mentioned first (Tonny) is more common.
In my entire life of living in Norway, I have never met or come across a Norwegian with this name, and it definitely doesn’t sound like something that would work for a female.
You may be confusing it with Tonje(pronounced ton-yeh), which is a common girls name.
I’m Norwegian myself. My uncle’s name is Tonny. And so is my best friends name (she’s a woman).
I’m also pretty sure I met a Norwegian guy named Tony, and one of the female charters in the books series “Tusen Biter” is named Toni.
>no one would force you to work for those companies
>boo hoo, being an adult is hard
> some people do not have a lot of job mobility, so they get the choice of being stuck at these companies or not having a job at all
>healthcare shouldn’t be a privilege for those who can afford it
> healthcare shouldn’t be dictated by religion
> fuck off
This only applied to the contraceptive part and the companies it applies to only affects about 2 million workers, as a high estimate, calm the fuck down, you’ll live. And big companies don’t WANT to deny benefits. Healthcare benefits are part of how people decide whether to work somewhere if they have a choice, which is usually the best workers that employers WANT at their companies.
ALL THIS THAT HAS BEEN MENTIONED IS STILL ILLEGAL UNDER THIS RULING. AND FREEDOM OF RELIGION IS STILL A THING REGARDLESS OF WHAT YOU PERSONALLY WANT.
I get that 2 million isn’t that much seen in relation to the whole population, but come on. They are people, not numbers. They have family and friends and they will be affected too.
I have no clue about what the initial issue here is, but the lack of empathy in the statement “only affects about 2 million workers” bothers me.
(Source: divineirony, via funwithsjws-deactivated20140723)
I’m taking a summer vacation, so I’m turning off the ask box. Sorry to the one anon ask I have yet to answer. I might pop inn to reblog some stuff, but judging by my current inactivity I don’t except anything grand.
[If you were stuck inside the last game you played, how screwed are you?]
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Star Trek Online. So… I might be okay? I mean, I assume they have way better mental health treatments in the 25th century, and life aboard a starship would be cool, so… yeah :)
Minecraft, but a server running mods with more generous and forgiving rules.
Bubble Witch Saga and 2048. I’m probably fine, although maybe existentially confused.
Then again, I think the last game I played that had what you could call characters and a storyline was Gemcraft: Chasing Shadows… yeah, I’m fucked.
Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth. I’m probably a comic relief character who got accused of the crime by the incompetent/amoral enemy character.
Fire Emblem: Awakening. I’d probably die.
Pokemon, I would be fine.