Have you heard of Ban Bossy? It’s the new initiative from Lean In and the Girl Scouts that’s trying to ban “bossy” and similar words that are used to bring down girls that are ambitious, take risks, and speak up. By changing the way we treat girls who lead, hopefully our generation will someday see more women in leadership roles.
don’t read the youtube comments on this.
do you ever just get
that’s my friend
I see some people arguing over how the hell Elsa’s bangs work.
See what she did there? She ran her hands through her bangs. She frosted them in place.
Also, the concept art is evidence enough:
This is too perfect for words
she used her powers as hair gel
still dont think adoption is a business? according to hyunsu's foster family, hyunsu's mother was a women with a disability in her early 20s that couldnt handle the hosptial bills of raising hyunsu. the foster family that raised hyunsu for 8 months expressed that they wanted to adopt him but holt rejected them saying that they didnt allow foster parents to adopt the children they fostered, and had them bring hyunsu back to them, telling them that hyunsu would be adopted abroad. the article goes on to explain that hyunsu had special needs (like their own youngest child). this is why its a problem that the adoption agencies want children with disabilities not to be included in their international adoption quota. bc it is a moneymaker, even when families in korea want to send them for adoption, they're only looking at dollar signs. with a little help, both his own mother and his foster mother could've raised him, but holt opted to send a SPECIAL NEEDS CHILD to a foreign land where he UNDERSTOOD NOTHING and COULD NOT BE UNDERSTOOD BY HIS CARETAKERS. and where he was eventually MURDERED by his adoptive father and his organs donated by his murderer. WTF!!
again, was at the office for 12 hours again today so couldnt translate, but here’s more details on the rest of the article by hye-rim kim:
"According to the article, Holt staff told the foster parents that they don’t allow them to adopt children they’ve been fostering. But further down, it goes on to say that Holt told the reporter over the phone that they don’t actually have such a rule per se, however, blames these foster parents for not making the effort to officially pursue adoption and that the foster parents had financial difficulties. When the reporter then asked whether Holt staff suggested these foster parents to properly apply for the adoption process and whether they actually conducted a home study, they replied that no and "this is not something I can answer". In the article, the foster mother, Choi, goes on to explain that at the time, her family was not wealthy but owned a house and a farm and had enough to be able to raise and provide for Hyunsu. If [Holt staff] had explained to her that she needed to follow the official adoption process, then her family would have done it."