Ward knew their question would not go over well, so he wasn’t surprised when she reprimanded both him and his opposing counsel for asking.What he didn’t expect was for the opposing counsel lean over to him and call the judge the c-word.The other men light up when they hear the news and start talking about rings, how much they cost, will it be princess cut or pear shaped? “That was one of my dreams, to get married, to be somebody’s husband, to be somebody’s father,” says one of the friends, Redd Barrett.“From when I was like 12, I used to think about that all the time.” I ask the groom-to-be how he knew his girlfriend was the one.
In one previous job, he heard his boss call female colleagues “old cows” and refer to a middle-aged job applicant as “Dame Edna” after she’d left an interview.But, maybe, you need official confirmation from Square-Enix to believe that FFXI servers will be up and running long into the 2012 apocalypse. Today, Kotaku reported that Yoichi Wada (That’s SE’s head honcho folks!) issued a statement over Twitter saying “There seems to be a rumor that FFXI is ending, but if that was done, we’d be in trouble.” I must say how encouraging it is to see social networking being utilized by Square-Enix!Over the last three years, transgender awareness has exploded.
From , from Janet Mock to Caitlyn Jenner, America has a growing fascination with the lives of transgender people, most recently in light of recent debates over controversial bathroom laws.They gained professional respect, but lost intimacy. From courtrooms to playgrounds to prisons to train stations, at work and at home, with friends and alone, trans men reiterated how fundamentally different it is to experience the world as a man.