Polaroid Landscape Photography by Bastian K 80
I haven’t been doing individual acknowledgements apart from our 2 Producers, but I would like to mention that my 5th Grade teacher just became our 380th backer! Thank you, Ms. Tyler! Ms. Tyler (who now tells me to call her “Marcia”), was an incredible teacher who’s been kind enough to stay in touch over the years. She’s known me most of my life - we actually first met when she substituted for my Kindergarten class for several weeks while my main teacher was out on Jury duty. She and I really clicked and I was thrilled a few summers later upon receiving the school notice assigning me to her Fifth grade class. In my recent post for BeyondTheBris.com, I write about my second earliest memory of noticing a broadening in my understanding of ethics, which occurred while at hebrew school. My very first recollection of such an instance however, occurred in Ms. Tyler’s classroom. While learning about slavery, I distinctly remember thinking: “Sure, now we all say that it’s wrong, but it used to be legal and almost everyone [who could afford to] owned people, so what was it about the first abolitionists that made them figure out that this was wrong?” I knew then and there that I never wanted to be among the last to realize that something bad was bad. And that was when I began to grasp that I would not be able to look to the law or societal norms to figure out how I should behave or how I should treat others.
For the past few years, many of my friends have been people who work in start-ups and new tech, and through them I’ve learned the term “early adopter”, used to refer to the initial cluster of people to go nuts for some kind of new software. While not particularly tech-savvy myself - I didn’t even have a Facebook account before publicizing this film - I like to say that it’s important to me that I be an “early adopter of ethics”. Thank you, Ms. Tyler, for fostering a learning environment which prompted me to reflect on ethics, and to appreciate that ethics are worth reflecting on.
foregen is at $54,691 and the figure just isn’t growing fast enough… Only $50 has been raised since I last posted… Only $? more to go by the end of ? to reach the goal of $? which according to foregen; is the amount needed to fund the research at the medical facility that has accepted to work on this project!!! Foreskin regeneration WILL be possible, but only if we SUPPORT the funding of the research necessary to do so!!! I DREAM of being able to look down upon myself and seeing a normal and natural me just the way God intended me to be… don’t you? SUPPORT FOREGEN!!!
*It would not be/will not be so much a transplant, as it would be a treatment to put in layman’s terms. LEARN MORE HERE!!!
Don’t take my word for it:
*If it LOOKS like child abuse, if it SOUNDS like child abuse, if it FEELS like child abuse, then IT IS CHILD ABUSE!!! Child abuse can be PREVENTED, child abuse can be STOPPED, MEN CAN RECOVER from being abused as a child!!! SUPPORT FOREGEN!!!