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*princess megz*

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My name is Megan. I'm a college dropout. I'm almost twenty-one. I'm atheist. I'm caucasian. I love my boyfriend. Opinions. Abortion: don't like them? don't have one. Gay Marriage: awesome Pre-marital sex: as long as you know what you're in for, as well as precautions to take. Teenage pregnancy: depends on the situation. Withdrawal: a form of birth control that is not for everybody, however, it is for some of us, especially those of us who choose to intently research our birth control options. sometimes i can be rude. most of the time i'm polite. i love to answer questions. i rarely ask them, but i love getting answers back. i've publicized email and IM. hatemail me if you want. ask quesitons through there if it pleases you. i'll get back to you asap. Conway is where my heart resides.

  • Are my wisdom teeth coming in?

    For the past couple of days, I've had a sharp pain on the left side of my mouth. But here's the issue - it's not my tooth! Whenever I move my tongue to that side, there's a shooting pain down the gums and to the floor of my mouth.

    Is it possible that my wisdom teeth are coming in? Is there anything else it could be?

    1 AnswerDental1 decade ago
  • A question for teen parents.?

    In response to a lot of questions with teens talking about how they want to get pregnant young, most people say they're ruining their lives. Heck, even on some of the "I'm pregnant HELP!" questions, people suggest that babies will ruin their lives!

    So, teen parents, did your child indeed ruin your life? Do you feel like you do not have a life anymore, or that you're not able to do anything, and if so, do you blame it on your child?

    10 AnswersAdolescent1 decade ago
  • I'm a little bit stuck on this, please help?

    My fiance and I have been thinking about our ceremony, and we both realized one thing: we don't want to have our wedding in a church because we are not religious and we do not want to make false promises to a God we don't believe in.

    However, I personally still want a wedding ceremony, just not a religious one. I'm sure I can pick out a venue and everything else. But the problem is, who would marry us?

    What people can legally witness/marry two people? Any of them that don't involve religion would be nice. Thanks in advance for the help =]

    13 AnswersWeddings1 decade ago
  • Your stance on abortion?

    Okay, well, I was looking through resolved questions on YA earlier and came across one on abortion stance. I liked all the answers I read there, and I'd like a couple more.

    So, what's your stance on abortion? (Don't fret, I'll give mine in about ten minutes.)

    60 AnswersAdolescent1 decade ago
  • Better than you syndrome?

    I've been on this board for a little while, and from time to time someone will post a question about sex. Well, a lot of people say "wait until you're married!" and that doesn't bother me. What does bother me is the people who seem to feel like, because they were a virgin when they got married, they're better than everyone else. I disagree, obviously, but I'm just wondering what on earth could make someone feel that way?

    Not everyone who has sex before marriage is a nasty skank sleeping with every Tom, Dick, and Harry that they meet.

    14 AnswersAdolescent1 decade ago