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Bad idea to ask? Ex sex.?
The basics of my relationship with my now ex gf, we broke up 5 days ago.

- Friends before we got together

- Were together for 20 months, lived together for 17 months (7months by ourself and 10months with her parents).

- Our relationship was beautiful, got along on a daily basis, drama free, had many things in common, loved and cared for each other.

- Our relationship failed because of communication. She spoke to her parents for 2 months about what was bothering her but couldn't come to me to until it was too late which was the last 2 weeks of our relationship.

- Both love and care for each other to this day, both agree it would hurt if either of us if we had sex with someone else.

I moved (1 hour highway drive) to live with her parents, and I am leaving the city today with my parents. They bought a trailer down there to retire in, and couldn't sell the house in the city and are grabbing the rest of there things along with some of mine since there renting it out at the end of the month. She plans on coming to visit me in the city.

So would it be a bad idea to ask her " can you keep a secret... a take it to the grave secret. Since we both don't want anyone else to have us sexually and we haven't had sex in 2 months. Would you feel comfortable doing sexual acts together?"

Sex is the glue in a relationship, and if I simply ate her out and made her squirt again... it could trigger some feelings there. I do want her back but on the right terms and I am not so sure if its the right time for this since the break up is so fresh.
If you want to get back together and you think she does too, then I wouldn't try to do it just by sex! Maybe sex is the glue to her, but probably not. If you want her back just tell her and you will see if she wants you too. If she wants just sex then fine, I don't know what else to say about that. But if you want to get her back, then I wouldn't just try to have sex try another way.
I would like to write a Book called "Taking Candy From a Baby"?
I read someone else’s story plot and wondered if I could do the same? I like to write and I like to expose situations so that positive endings that I cannot achieve may be brought about by others. I would like feed back about this story. Is it something you would want to read more about? Is it something that would anger you enough to want it stopped? I will appreciate any feedback. Names and other facts are not real, though I am sure I will get grief for exposing this issue.

Georgiana clawed at the 4’x 6’ plywood bolted over her bedroom window trying to get free. It was cut down to a 4’ x 4’ piece because her room in the trailer was only 4’ wide.

Andy, her step father did this the last time she crawled out the window to run away.

Georgiana is considered to be a problem guy at school though no one knows she is infected with HIV. Her mother, Ann was told that Georgiana was born with it. That is what Ann was told when she
too was diagnosed with HIV.

Andy refuses to be tested and Ann is a hemophilic so her doctor assumes she got HIV from a blood transfusion and this theory has been considered fact every since.

Who really knows if Andy wasn’t infected when he met Ann and infected her? Maybe he infected Georgiana also while molesting her during the videos he made to sell on the internet?

He is not of good moral character. After his arrest, Andy put up bail money to be free. He was then caught having sex with a fifteen year old girl and he was returned to jail without bail. that time

He refused to be tested for HIV so his status is not a consideration in the case of the fifteen year old. One would think testing the fifteen year old for HIV would be a good idea, but since her molester has not been diagnosed with HIV and the test is considered to have too many rules attached for most emergency departments to do routinely, the fifteen year old never did get tested.

Any is in jail now. Ann is dealing with the betrayal of her second husband, the anger of her daughter and trying to survive AIDS.

Georgiana has had a few boyfriends since the trial of her step father. She does not want any of them to know she has HIV and she has been intimate with each. She is under the impression that anyone who exposes her status will go to jail.

This is the point where I walked away from my involvement with this family. For many reasons I decided to choose a different career path, but I keep in touch with Ann and Georgiana and wonder if somehow a positive ending can still come about. Ann and Georgiana claim I was their hero, but other sources felt I had to be stopped. The problem is I do see hope, but I am only one person with limited resources.
I can't quite put into words how but this just doesn't work for me. It just reads very slow, monotonous...boring if you will.

"Andy is not of good moral character." *yawn*

"Andy refuses to be tested and Ann is a hemophilic so her doctor assumes she got HIV from a blood transfusion and this theory has been considered fact every since. "

You threw that in randomly. Explain in a little more detail and don't just throw it in after mentioning another character's ordeal.

If I have time later I'll e-mail you with a little tweaking. Or, if you'd prefer, you can e-mail. I have a few ideas going on here but I'd like to also see how others think.
Could I please get some feed back on this paper? APA format, How is the writing, Should it have more info etc.
Modern day slavery also known as “human trafficking.” Traffickers look for individuals who are poor, unemployed, or families that are in high debt, mainly women and guyren in certain countries. Victims are convinced with false promises of a good job and a better way of living, and then forced to work under abusive and inhuman conditions. Victims of trafficking are brought into the system through several means. Most victims of trafficking today come from three populations. First, parents may sell guyren to traffickers in order to pay off debts or gain income. Second, runaways or other displaced persons may be picked up by traffickers. Third, people who are seeking entry to other countries may be picked up by traffickers, and typically are misled into thinking that they will be free after being smuggled across the border.
Definitions may very base upon that cultural variation of the crime. In the United States, when people think of human trafficking, they often refer to the illegal practice of migrant smuggling. They picture illegal immigrants from countries like Mexico or China arriving into the United States by way of freight trailer or cargo boat in search for job opportunities and freedom. Human trafficking is defined as sex trafficking in which commercial sex act is induced by force, fraud, or in which the person forced to perform such an act is under 18.
The recruitment, transportation, or obtaining of a person for labor or services, through the use of force or fraud, for the purpose of subjecting that person to involuntary hard labor, high debts owed, or slavery. Men, women, and guyren worldwide were bought, sold, transported, and held against their will in unsafe and abusive conditions. Human trafficking is one of the fastest growing forms of commerce and crime throughout the world. While men, women, and guyren are trafficked throughout many countries into forced labor situations in sweatshops and agricultural sites, the majority of victims are women and guyren trafficking into the sex trade for the purpose of prostitution, sex tourism, pornography and other sexual services. Most recent Department of States estimates indicate that 700,000 to million women and guyren are trafficked each year across the world, 50,000 of them into and within the United States (Chauang, J., 2006). The International Organization for Migrations (IOM) estimate the rate could be much higher, stating that as many as two million men, women and guyren were trafficking across borders in 2001 (IOM website, 2003).
Illegal aliens look for the help of “traffickers” to be transporter into another country, mainly the United States. Traffickers, work in small, large, or highly organized groups, arranging for everything from transportation to fake identification, visas, passports and work documents for the aliens. While the conditions of transportation may be unknown, “smuggled” aliens knowingly and willingly enter the destination country to work or find work, they agree to being smuggled. However, a smuggling relationship may allow the opportunity for the smuggler to alter the relationship to trafficking. Persons who seek the help of smugglers often become victims of trafficking, in the destination country or en route. When victims have never consented to being smuggled are either guynapped or deceived with false employment offers. Traffickers make a profit between seven billion and ten billion dollars a year globally, and it is know as the third largest source of illicit trade, behind guns and narcotics. According to U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage, the intelligence community predicts that revenue from trafficking “will outstrip the illicit trade in guns and narcotics within a decade.” (Chauang, J., 2006).




















History
Early trafficking efforts focused on white slavery. In 1904, the International Agreement for the Suppression of the White Slave Traffic was created, although very few countries signed it. In the following decades, the focus on trafficking continued to be on women and guyren who were sold into prostitution. The first concerted international effort to combat trafficking came in 1949, with the U.N. Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others. Like other such conventions before it, the document focused on the trafficking of women and guyren for prostitution. The U.S. at the same time was undertaking its own efforts to combat global human trafficking. In 2000, Congress passed the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act (also referred to as the Trafficking Victims Protection Act), the first U.S. law to comprehensively address the various aspects of human trafficking. The act included measures to help those who were trafficked and to increase punishment for traffickers, as well as to bolster other countries' efforts against trafficking. President Bill Clinton (D, 1993-2000) signed the act in October 2000, hailing it as "the most significant step we've ever taken to secure the health and safety of women at home and around the world." With regard to dealing with those who have been trafficked, the law represented a turnaround in policy. Previously, those found working illicitly were treated as criminals. The 2000 act changed that, treating those people as victims of a crime and seeking to help rather than punish them. Under the act, victims can be given a special visa, called a T-visa, allowing them to stay in the U.S. for up to three years if they would face hardship upon deportation. In return, the victims agree to assist in the investigation and prosecution of the traffickers. (As of March 2004, 448 victims of trafficking had been granted a T-visa.) The U.S. has also cracked down on Americans who may contribute to trafficking abroad. For example, Congress has passed legislation under which Americans who travel overseas to frequent guy prostitutes, known as "sex tourism," can be sentenced to up to 30 years in prison. And the Defense Department has also established a "zero tolerance" policy toward U.S. servicemen who may contribute to human trafficking overseas. In addition, individual states have also begun to pass human trafficking legislation. Texas and Washington State were the first two states to pass such legislation, and Arizona and California are considering similar legislation.





































Reference
Chuang, J. “Beyond a snapshot: Preventing human trafficking in the global economy.” Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 2006, pg. 137.
International Organization for Migration, 2006. www.iom.int/jahia/jsp/index.jsp.
Modern day slavery is also known as “human trafficking.” Traffickers look for impoverished, unemployed individuals or families that are in high debt, mainly women and guyren in certain countries (be more specific-which???). Victims are convinced with false promises of a good job and a better way of living, and then forced to work under abusive and inhuman conditions.
Victims of trafficking are brought into the system through several means. (You should separate this-where is your follow up information???) Most victims of trafficking today come from three populations. First, parents may sell guyren to traffickers in order to pay off debts or gain income. Second, runaways or other displaced persons may be picked up by traffickers. Third, people who are seeking entry to other countries may be picked up by traffickers, and typically are misled into thinking that they will be free after being smuggled across the border.
Definitions (definitions should come at the beginning -establish that this is debated!!!! How do you define it for your research purposes? Does it matter?) may vary based upon that cultural variation of the crime. In the United States, when people think of human trafficking, they often refer to the illegal practice of migrant smuggling. They picture illegal immigrants from countries like Mexico or China arriving into the United States by way of freight trailer or cargo boat in search of job opportunities and freedom. Human trafficking is defined as sex trafficking in which commercial sex act is induced by force, fraud, or in which the person forced to perform such an act is under 18.
The recruitment, transportation, or obtaining of a person for labor or services, through the use of force or fraud, for the purpose of subjecting that person to involuntary hard labor, high debts owed, or slavery. Men, women, and guyren worldwide were bought, sold, transported, and held against their will in unsafe and abusive conditions. Human trafficking is one of the fastest growing forms of commerce and crime throughout the world. While men, women, and guyren are trafficked throughout many countries into forced labor situations in sweatshops and agricultural sites, the majority of victims are women and guyren trafficking into the sex trade for the purpose of prostitution, sex tourism, pornography and other sexual services (this makes it seem voluntary! ). Most recent Department of States? estimates indicate that 700,000 to million women and guyren are trafficked each year across the world, 50,000 of them into and within the United States (Chauang, J., 2006). The International Organization for Migrations (IOM) estimate the rate could be much higher, stating that as many as two million men, women and guyren were trafficking (? trafficked?) across borders in 2001 (IOM website, 2003).
Illegal aliens look for the help of “traffickers” to be transporter into another country, mainly the United States. Traffickers work in small, large, or highly organized groups, arranging for everything from transportation to fake identification, visas, passports and work documents for the aliens. While the conditions of transportation may be unknown, “smuggled” aliens knowingly and willingly enter the destination country to work or find work, they agree to being smuggled. However, a smuggling relationship may allow the opportunity for the smuggler to alter the relationship to trafficking. Persons who seek the help of smugglers often become victims of trafficking, in the destination country or en route. When victims have never consented to being smuggled are either guynapped or deceived with false employment offers (not a complete sentence!). Traffickers make a profit between seven billion and ten billion dollars a year globally, and it is known as the third largest source of illicit trade, behind guns and narcotics. According to U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage, the intelligence community predicts that revenue from trafficking “will outstrip the illicit trade in guns and narcotics within a decade.” (Chauang, J., 2006).

History
Early trafficking efforts focused on white slavery. In 1904, the International Agreement for the Suppression of the White Slave Traffic was created, although very few countries signed it. In the following decades, the focus on trafficking continued to be on women and guyren who were sold into prostitution. The first concerted international effort to combat trafficking came in 1949, with the U.N. Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others. Like other such conventions before it, the document focused on the trafficking of women and guyren for prostitution. The U.S. at the same time was undertaking its own efforts to combat global human trafficking. In 2000, Congress passed the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act (also referred to as the Trafficking Victims Protection Act), the first U.S. law to comprehensively address the various aspects of human trafficking. The act included measures to help those who were trafficked and to increase punishment for traffickers, as well as to bolster other countries' efforts against trafficking. President Bill Clinton (D, 1993-2000) signed the act in October 2000, hailing it as "the most significant step we've ever taken to secure the health and safety of women at home and around the world." With regard to dealing with those who have been trafficked, the law represented a turnaround in policy. Previously, those found working illicitly were treated as criminals. The 2000 act changed that, treating those people as victims of a crime and seeking to help rather than punish them. Under the act, victims can be given a special visa, called a T-visa, allowing them to stay in the U.S. for up to three years if they would face hardship upon deportation. In return, the victims agree to assist in the investigation and prosecution of the traffickers. (As of March 2004, 448 victims of trafficking had been granted a T-visa.) The U.S. has also cracked down on Americans who may contribute to trafficking abroad. For example, Congress has passed legislation under which Americans who travel overseas to frequent guy prostitutes, known as "sex tourism," can be sentenced to up to 30 years in prison. And the Defense Department has also established a "zero tolerance" policy toward U.S. servicemen who may contribute to human trafficking overseas. In addition, individual states have also begun to pass human trafficking legislation. Texas and Washington State were the first two states to pass such legislation, and Arizona and California are considering similar legislation.
References
Chuang, J. (2006) Beyond a snapshot: Preventing human trafficking in the global economy. Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies (journal must be in italics) then issue (#),137.

International Organization for Migration, 2006. www.iom.int/jahia/jsp/index.jsp..…
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I got a copy of what I think might be the real new moon script.Is this the real Script?
from the trailers it looks to be real but certain things threw me of such as strong language and reference to a porn site when they keep going on and on about keeping breaking dawn pg-13 but, the scriptwouldprobably fit for pg 13 Its just different from Twilight.Also, there are a lot of flashbacks to twilight almost so many to be annoying...in the script they are called FlashPOPS!...

I will post a few exerpts....

The title says.....


NEW MOON

Written By
Melissa Rosenberg

Adapted from the Novel by
Stephenie Meyer

SECOND DRAFT

Dec. 21, 2008

A Flashpop!...

EDWARD
Not the girl - the suicide.(off her look)Nearly impossible for my kind. But humans, a little poison, dagger to the heart. There are so many options.

BELLA(appalled)
Why would you even think about that? He turns her wrist over, runs his hand over the horseshoe shaped SCAR on her forearm.

EDWARD(shrugs)
I considered it. Once. When James had you trapped.

FLASHPOP TO “Twilight” - In the ballet studio, JAMES grabs Bella’s arm and BITES –

BACK ON EDWARD - pained.

Language....

BELLA
I’m not leaving Forks.

CHARLIE
Bells, the bastard’s not coming back.

She nods. Knows this all too well.

AND...

JESSICA
What the hell is wrong with you?!

BELLA(almost to herself)
I... saw something.

(It's notthat I mind language it's just not what I would expect from Summit and Rosenberg,ect. .... After theysaid they were taking out the sex,gore,and all that from breaking dawn and there wasnt any cuss words in Twilight I expected the same for New Moon.)

The porno reference...

JACOB
We got lucky at the dump. You know how much a new crankshaft goes for?

BELLA
Sure, I spend all my free time on crankshaft-dot-com.

JACOB
I think that’s a porn site.(then)These bikes are gonna be rolling soon. Where should we ride first?

(Do You Think They Would REALLY Put That In The Movie?)

Something from the trailer...

BELLA
Then... can I ask for one thing? It’s still my birthday. (offhis nod)Kiss me?

He lifts her face to his, and kisses her. He begins carefully, gently... but it changes, he becomes urgent, with an almost painful edge, as if it were goodbye. Abruptly, he pulls away. With a last look, he turns walks off into the night. Off Bella...

Other things from the trailer like Bella mentioning that the cake at her party could feed fifty and the Cullens don't even eat(Well not cake anyway...)
Also, her and edward kissing in the school parking lot (From A Official Still)
and...
Jacobs exact actual line from the motorcycle scene from Comic-Con...

JACOB
Bank it! Bank - hit the brake!

Jacob races toward her. She reaches the turn, doesn’t bank, goes straight... and flies right into a wall of trees. As she lies on the ground dazed, Jacob hurries up.


Does anyone know if this is real and What do you think of it?

Also, if you have an updated version could you send it to me?
maybe...
uhm jacob does cuss a lot after turning wolf...he just says **** and damn and pissed stuff like that..
Kendra Wilkinson Exposed Tape?
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Does he love me (Long but in bullet style and interesting)?
Does he love me? Because I love him very much and he tells me he loves me often and deep down I know he does, but sometimes I have doubts and need reasurence. Here are the main points of our relationship:

• I’ve known him since 11th grade in high school (I was 17 and he was 18 the first time we met). He was a shy quiet boy, never talked to me much but always noticed me. And I am a shy quiet girl.
• He asked me to be friends on Facebook first and I accepted.
• Years went by and I never talked to him much, but he was always in the background.
• I am 20 now and he is 21. We reconnected through a dating website.
• He emailed me and asked me to text him first and I did.
• After about two weeks constently texting back and forth, he asked me out.
• After this he still texts me everyday.
• We went out 4 times before he put his arm around me/kissed me for the first time. Prior to that I gave him hugs before I went home for the evening (and I think I might have pecked him on the cheek once).
• I have met his parents and his family and he said that they all like me and think im cute, sweet and funny.
• We start to cuddle.
• On November 12, 2010 at 12:30AM, he askes me to be his girlfriend/go steady.
• We have been dating for one full month and we were texting back and forth one evening talking about our feelings for each other when he texted: “I love you!” for the first time. He caught me totally by surprise and I texted “I love you too!” back.
• The next date we had, he said “I love you” to me in person, and I said it back to him
• We begin admitting our flaws and downfalls to each other, becoming very open and intimate with each other. Leveling the playing field.
• We then begain to experiment sexually. Not just cuddling, but with 2nd base type stuff and making out.
• Christmas time comes and he spends 100 dollars on me and buys me five seprate gifts. Including a set of silver earings and a stuffed animal he won for me in a machine. Also invites me to his family’s Christmas party and I Get to meet some of his relitives, friends and Coworkers.
• New Years Eve, he spends with me, ringing in the new year. And I spent the night before with him.
• We are spending pretty much every day we have free/off from work together. And he still texts me everyday. We have long texting conversations and he always says “I love you!” More then ten times during the conversation and always ends a conversation by saying “Good night, sweet dreams and I love you!”
• We share everything sexual about ourselves with each other. Including our turn-ons and his kinks/fetishes
• We have been dating for two months and we hang out every day we are free. He texts me everyday, says “I love you!” and suprises me by showing up at my work unexpectedly.
• We start planning a head and talking about the future. He starts it first by dropping hints like, “The summer, you can come to the trailer with me.”
• We begin experimenting more sexually, with oral sex, manual sex, making out, kissing cuddling and being generally intimate but no sex.
• Every spare moment we are dating or texting each other, and saying “I love you!” He has helped me through some bad days and I have cried both happy tears and loss tears over him. I get extreamlly anxious and sad when he’s not there.
• On January the 8th 2011 we finally had sex for the first time. He was concerned about being too rough with me.
• And we have sex 5 more times in the same week and I give him two blowjobs. He also licks me out and fingers me.
• Alao irt my birthday on the 19th and hes planing something for me. We Still hang out everyday we can and he texts and says I love you everyday. But Now I’m being all sooky and I’m having one of my bad days and I want to know, based on everything I out lined above, does he love me?
Sounds like love to me. Surprised you even had to ask. Good for you guys.

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