I’m sorry but this is absurd. They aren’t saying their employees can’t use birth control, they just aren’t going to pay for it. I understand the concern of the article, and many of the other religions that are mentioned in the intro could potentially pose a concern, but most of those are incredibly small groups of people and I have yet to hear of a company under those specific beliefs. Regardless, I stand by my original statement that anybody that works for a company and is dissatisfied with the level of coverage provided to them, or even just disagrees with their belief system, has the right to quit and work somewhere else. I will agree that this should have been handled by trying to change the law, because I don’t think a company should be REQUIRED to pay for something that isn’t medically necessary. 

I can’t help loving you

fuckingawesomewan:

~ Moulin Rouge! (2001)

Well really this is Elton John but thats okay, we can keep giving it to Moulin Rouge

fuckingawesomewan:

~ Moulin Rouge! (2001)

Well really this is Elton John but thats okay, we can keep giving it to Moulin Rouge

pongo-spotterofmannipples:

Your Song - Moulin Rouge

pongo-spotterofmannipples:

Your Song - Moulin Rouge

therightplacetobe:

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struggle bus

therightplacetobe:

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struggle bus

"I’d never been in love!"

babyhongbin:

babyhongbin:

you may look like a bride but you will never bring your family honor

one day when i try to get a boyfriend this will come back to bite me

babyhongbin:

babyhongbin:

you may look like a bride but you will never bring your family honor

one day when i try to get a boyfriend this will come back to bite me

charliecharls:

Come What May - Ewan’s face always makes me smile in this scene. The lovestruck look on his face. Wish someone would look at me like that <3

charliecharls:

Come What May - Ewan’s face always makes me smile in this scene. The lovestruck look on his face. Wish someone would look at me like that <3

(Source: alaskasoufflegirl)