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"In the past, I've drawn lots of friendly, colorful animals like panthers and lions and llamas," said MiguelAngel. "But then we came up with the idea of a colorful monster, and it turned out really cute."




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"I've been drawing emotions lately so I don't have to use my mouth when I'm upset," said MiguelAngel. "It helps me filter what I don't want to say. If I have a bad time or I'm in a bad mood, drawing helps me feel better. It's like therapy."


Although sharing my story has been cathartic, I still struggle, and have yet to receive appropriate therapy. As I go on with my life, I plan to continue to be an activist on behalf of this cause. I want the message of cases like mine to help protect other kids from taking a mistaken path. This year, I helped create the first Detrans Awareness Day, on March 12. I hope that, in years to come, this day can be a beacon to empower others.


Because I am 73, I escaped your fate. If puberty blockers had been available when I was 10 or 12, I would have jumped at the chance to take them. Throughout my youth & early teens, I felt as if I were a boy in a girls body but when I reached my mid 20s & was able to join a lesbian political group - I became so happy to be a lesbian woman. Children and young teens are not mature enough to make such a life shattering decision.


The ruling does not completely prevent a minor from beginning a medical transition. But the judges recommended that doctors consider getting court permission before starting such treatment for those 16 to 17; they concluded it was \u201Cvery doubtful\u201D that patients aged 14 and 15 could have sufficient understanding of the consequences of the treatment to give consent; and that it was \u201Chighly unlikely\u201D for those aged 13 and under.


The puberty blockers that I received at 16 were designed to stop my sexual maturation: The idea was that this would give me a \u201Cpause\u201D to think about whether I wanted to continue to a further gender transition. This so-called \u201Cpause\u201D put me into what felt like menopause, with hot flushes, night sweats, and brain fog. All this made it more difficult to think clearly about what I should do.


By the end of a year of this treatment, when I was presented with the option of moving on to testosterone, I jumped at it\u2014I wanted to feel like a young man, not an old woman. I was eager for the shots to start, and the changes this would bring. At first, the testosterone gave me a big boost in confidence. One of the earliest effects was that my voice dropped, which made me feel more commanding.


At the Tavistock, practitioners provide \u201Cgender affirmative care\u201D\u2014in practice, this means that when children and teens declare a desire to transition, their assertions are typically accepted as conclusive. Affirmative care is being adopted as a model in many places. In 2018, the American Academy of Pediatrics released a policy statement on the treatment of young people who identify as transgender and gender diverse that advocated for \u201Cgender-affirmative care.\u201D


As the High Court found, much of the clinic\u2019s treatment is not even based on solid evidence. At the time our case was accepted, the NHS was asserting that the effects of puberty blockers are \u201Cfully reversible.\u201D But recently, the NHS reversed itself, acknowledging \u201Cthat \u2018little is known about the long-term side-effects\u2019 on a teenager\u2019s body or brain.\u201D That didn\u2019t stop them from prescribing these drugs to people like me.


But I am focused on what is best for distressed young people. A lot of girls are transitioning because they\u2019re in pain, whether it\u2019s from mental-health disorders, or life trauma, or other reasons. I know what it\u2019s like to get caught up in dreaming that transitioning will fix all of this.


Yes, I do agree with what you say. I know Teresea is the really intelligent and studious one and really topper-like, but I never went into depths. I like how you mentioned about Princess Adventure and history, that was really logical and something I'd never thrown light upon. It makes so much more sense now.


I think Brooklyn also played a key role for helping Barbie make an appropriate decision for Ken, especially when she was confused what to do when Ken asked her for the meteor shower. I like how she was portrayed when Barbie chose Scenic Route instead of Express Route, and Brooklyn wasn't disappointed.


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Blunt is basically John Steed, retired from active duty, and it's only fitting that his sidekick (Sophie Okonedo) is called Mrs Jones. She wears astonishingly kinky heels, as does her equal and opposite number, Nadia (Missi Pyle), who purrs whenever a scarred stooge (Andy Serkis) throws very sharp knives. Elsewhere our make-up wearing baddie tells a journalist he'd "like to give her one".


He went into hiding for months, but resurfaced with an awesome concert and stand-up comedy routine. The documentary was shot by Michel Gondry through the streets of Brooklyn, New York; with The Roots as the house band, performances were outstanding from Common, Kanye West, Mos Def, Erykah Badu, and the reforming of The Fugees - you cannot go wrong with this flick, no matter what kind of music you like.


I just like Zach Braff; he's a good actor, and a good guy. Like his role in Garden State, he takes a stab at drama and love; except in this film, he's stuck in a love triangle he created with his fianc&#233, Jacinda Barrett and his new found 'friend,' Rachel Bilson.


The list ends with Freddie Highmore and Mia Farrow in the family film. It switches between animation and real-time. The animation is awesome; half the time, I forgot it was animated. All the voice characters had their own distinct characteristic; the small supporting roles like Snoop Dogg and Anthony Anderson were memorable roles!And so goes another year of movies - hopefully next year will prove to be a little better.


The weekend's only new release found itself with a solid fifth placedebut. One Missed Call, a remake ofa Japanese horror film, grossed $12.5M from 2,240 theaters for a strong$5,585 average. The PG-13 film was expected to open with less than $10M.Warner Bros. marketed Call as a creepythriller for teens and young adults and scored impressive results. Notfacing any other new openers also helped.


Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts found themselves in sixth place with thepolitical dramedy Charlie Wilson's Warwhich dropped only 33% to $8.1M. Universal's $75M Golden Globe nomineehas grossed $52.6M to date and should finish with $70-75M. Close behindwith $7.8M was the Hilary Swank-Gerard Butler romance P.S.I Love You which enjoyed the smallest decline in the top tenslipping only 16%. After a slow start, audiences are finding the WarnerBros. title which has taken in $39.2M thus far. A final tally of $60-65Mseems likely.


Posting sensational numbers in limited release once again was one ofthe year's most acclaimed films There Will BeBlood which grossed $1.3M from only 51 theaters for a stellar$25,904 average. Total sits at $1.8M. The Paramount Vantage release pickedup four major awards from the National Society of Film Critics this weekendincluding the Best Picture trophy and is gearing up for another expansionthis Friday which will take it into 125 playdates. Bloodis slowly building itself up as a major Oscar contender and is alreadyseen as a shoo-in for a Best Picture nod when nominations are announcedon January 22. Also a major contender is No CountryFor Old Men which like Bloodis a co-production between Paramount Vantage and Miramax. 041b061a72


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