Political Analyst Believes Modern Escort Services Are A Better Invention Than Realistic Sex Dolls

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Ratza Mason from Tel Aviv, Israel, is a Political Analyst and Thinker, who thinks the slide rule was a bigger invention than the printing press and South Goa Escort Services are a bigger invention than the Indian sex dolls.

One innocent man being acquitted in court is worth letting ten bad men go free.

Ratza Mason

Ratza dosn’t agree with those who think American history should be made mandatory in classrooms globally.

Ratza thinks people should stop flying their traitorous confederate flags and accept that they lost.

Ratza believes Chinese history should be mandatory in classrooms globally.

Ratza is pro-life, not because she supports criminalization of abortion.She doesn’t. It is because there are many situations in which she thinks abortion is fitting, besides she was raped.

Rather than opposing abortion altogether like most pro-life people do, she has more of an idealist approach to abortion. She writes if a child is going to be born with a severe mental or physical defect, which would make life difficult, confusing and/or painful, then she thinks abortion is fit. The only other example in which she thinks abortion is acceptable is if the mother’s life or long-term health was at risk.

Ratza thinks murdering someone else just because you were raped is a terrible act. She thinks the main premise of being ‘pro-choice’, is that you accept that women have a choice because it is their body. She doesn’t accept this.

Ratza also thinks that it is only fair that fathers have a say, as long as the mother is not going to be physically impacted.

Ratza writes if a couple decided to have unprotected sex, it is their problem. She writes saying otherwise is like saying ‘No one should be forced to go to the prison’, after you have chosen to commit an indictable crime. She adds that people shouldn’t forget that we are talking about life here, they ain’t just a clot.

About Free Will, Ratza writes Free Will requires you to be in control of what you want to do. She writes even if you do what you least want to do for a challenge, or to prove a point, you wanted to do that more than you wanted to do the alternative thing. She writes you have no control over what you want, and if we were to reverse time to a specific point 10 million times, there is no way that the following action could be any different, because what you wanted to do at that point can’t and won’t change.

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