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Nak

“Whatever you are, be a good one.”
— Abraham Lincoln

I am good at giving a damn.

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  • Nak replied to a comment by harryo

    Why It's Perfectly Acceptable that Colin Kaepernick Doesn't Want to Meet His Birthmother  via magazine.good.is

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    harryoabout 1 year ago

    Colin Kaepernick needs to understand that his birthmother is the reason why he is alive
    today. His birthmother at the time was a teenager white and had been impregnated by
    a black man. She most likely was broke and had no support from her family because of your black daddy. Be thankful that she did not have an abortion like some other women would have done. She put you in an enviroment where you were taken care of.
    So stop being selfish and look at her situation at that time, and meet the lady that brought you into this world. The Kaepernicks are and will always be your family.

    Nakabout 1 year ago

    Go straight to hell. Clearly, you don't know anything at all about what it's like to be adopted. It's not selfish to seek normalcy in your life. I remember wishing I just had one set of parents, instead of a second set who were riddled with guilt that they couldn't raise me, which they transferred to me. And thusly, I felt bad all the time when I was around them. Feeling sad because they were sad. It's o.k. to want to be like everyone else ,who have just two parents.

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  • Nak replied to a comment by Fran Harrington

    Why It's Perfectly Acceptable that Colin Kaepernick Doesn't Want to Meet His Birthmother  via magazine.good.is

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    Fran Harringtonabout 1 year ago

    Yes we know, natural mothers are nothing but incubator, broodmares for the infertile. (NOT REALLY). Thank you for perpetuating that lie.

    Nakabout 1 year ago

    How can you discount what an ADOPTED person feels? If they feel that their adoptive parents were more equipped to do the job of raising them, then who are you to disagree?

    Yes, I get that giving up your child is very mature and selfless. I get that there is a stigma against women who give up their children, as if that somehow makes them a bad person. But you shouldn't antagonize an adopted child for how THEY feel.

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