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  • What is this crime case?

    What is this crime called? It was about a black girl who was kidnapped accidentally when a car was stolen, and they arrested her father because her blanket had trace blood on it from picking her nose, ignoring eyewitness accounts of seeing the girl in a house post kidnapping.

    4 AnswersLaw & Ethics4 weeks ago
  • What's the name of this short film?

    About a year ago on youtube, I watched a really cool fashion film. In the short film, they showed off various clothing from their line while telling a story. It was about a bunch of kids that have magic powers they keep secret. I remember specifically, one boy had the power to change his hair, a girl who had the power to make her nails grow and change color, and a girl who could switch shoes with people. Could anybody help me find this short film, please? :)

    Movies3 months ago
  • Is pulling out a stitch normal after surgery?

    When I was about 11 or 12, I had my appendix removed. About a week after, I pulled a 2 or 3 inch piece of string out of my belly button. I am 17 and have had no problems, but am wondering if this is normal.

    2 AnswersOther - General Health Care3 months ago
  • How many genders can one experience at once?

    From what I know about gender identities, you can be binary identities male, female, or non binary identities agender (neutrois or gender neutral), androgyne, bigender (genderfluid androgyne), demigender or a combination of these. Referring to polygenders trigender, quadgender, and pangender, I can understand how a genderfluid individual could experience three or more identities over time, but specifically, I am curious as to what genders you could possibly identify as at the same time without contradicting each other, since trigender (3 gender identities), quadgender (4 gender identities), and pangender (5 or more gender identities) specifically state that you could experience multiple gender identities genders simultaneously or over time, being fluid flux identities. For example you could theoretically identify as male, female, and agender, but not at the same time.