Absolutely! dykologistthis gave me chills. I think I need a potter marathon. findme-somebodytolove can we plan one?
The Potter Generation → Horcruxes or
Hallows?"Of the Horcrux, wickedest of magical inventions, we shall not speak nor give direction."
don’t ever watch a tv show
because you will fall in love with an awesome female character
and she will die
The latest was Leslie Shay. Whyyyyyyyyyyy
I have my lactation consultant shadow day today. So far the lactation nurse has commented on patients perfect nipples 3 times (obviously not meant in a sexual way, she means perfect for breast feeding)
I’m necking self conscious about my nipples. I hope they are good for breast feeding! (Whenever it is that I have a child)
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I am very sorry about that post that aired a little while ago - as someone constantly surrounded by placentas I didn’t even think that it would be an issue. However, I completely understand why it could be a problem for others, so I’ll definitely put those photos behind a cut in the future.
As far as a tag for explicit birth photos? I think I’ll use #explicitbirth. I can’t see why anyone would use that tag for anything else. I’ll tag all photos with skin showing, blood, organs, graphic scenes of birth with that tag.
Is there anything else anyone wants me to tag?
Opinions are like ass holes, but I am going to let you hear mine anyways… Birth and the creation of life is not explicit.
If you don’t want to see vaginas and things of the like, stop following a mid wife blog.
We should be able to talk about sex, penises, vaginas, butt holes, masterbation, birth, death, and the human body and all of its glorious functions. There is no shame in it. It is not bad. These things are not a secret.
Medblrs and nurblrs or tumblr: please share with me all your pictures, information, education, opinions, thoughts, and ‘explicit’ photos…. If I don’t want to read them, I will simply scroll past… It is your blog you know.
You are freaking out over one little tag and someone’s life who you don’t even know.
I don’t want to see birth posts either. Children, birth, and anything related disgust me, and the read more on mobile issue doesn’t help (although most of the time the images are the little great boxes, but I can’t speak for all devices). Her blog is meant to make people feel welcome, not distant and hated like the attitude you are projecting. Which she is doing a fantastic job at, if she or anyone ever reads this, by the way, especially in America where sex education is so taboo.
Yeah, the nerve of #some people …..
i think its a little ridiculous to have to tag something “explicit birth”. whats explicit about it? i wish i saw more births on my dash, maybe i should follow @themidwifeisin
i understand that some people would prefer not to see it…so then scroll past it! kind of like I do when i see nine million fucking supernatural posts. i get tagging things that are triggering, but i think this is a little much.
Hi, thanks for being extremely rude to me, randisandlin and findme-somebodytolove. Guess what? I don’t have a problem with 98% of the content on themidwifeisin’s blog. I follow for the information on birth control, health (sexual and otherwise), the female body, and, yes, pregnancy and birth.
The issue comes from the fact that I do not want children, have never wanted children, and am MAJORLY squicked out by the idea of personally being pregnant and giving birth, to the point where I’m considering a hysterectomy to avoid it. Oddly enough, I can handle text posts and stories that don’t give me a visual of what happens. Vivid, full-color images, on the other hand? See all that blood? See the distortion and tearing that comes from giving birth? I DON’T WANT TO THINK ABOUT MY VAGINA GETTING SHREDDED, THANKS. It’s a lot less real when it’s graphics and text. Ever heard of the #body horror or #gore tags? That’s what the idea of giving birth is like for me.
If you hadn’t noticed, I already tried avoiding it. I tried scrolling past. Guess what? You don’t know to scroll past stuff if you don’t see it first. I have xkit and blacklist. I tried multiple different words, but it blocked stuff I’m actually interested in. It’s not just a “oh, I don’t like this fandom/pairing/actor” situation, it’s an “I get physically sick” situation.
What’s explicit about birth? Need I mention, once again, the blood and body horror? The exposure of genitals, which is explicit in anyone’s book? Sure, it’s not a sexual situation, but it’s still explicit. “Explicit material” covers graphic content such as language, nudity, violence, or gore as well as sexual.
Once again, thanks for being insensitive egoists. I’m so glad you don’t care if other people get nauseous or triggered over something you personally don’t mind. It’s almost like you don’t care what other people think and go through!
To littlesimplegifts, thank you for your comments.
Apologies to themidwifeisin for the argument in the notes; I honestly enjoy your blog and it’s an amazing resource. Please keep doing what you’re doing, and thank you for tagging!
Yup you got it so right. I don’t care about what other people go through at all. That’s exactly what I meant in that post.
And I really don’t think I was being rude. Sorry if you took it that way…