If you want to watch tissue wali video in full uncut then you are at the right place to download or share it on social media. Tissue wali video fame has now crossed the borders and both girl and boy are kind of celebrity of Internet.
Pillar corals (Dendrogyra) are listed as vulnerable on the IUCN red list, and are highly susceptible to stony coral tissue loss disease. They are one of the most unique Caribbean corals in terms of their shape. I saw this nice colony in Curacao several years ago. This is like the least important thing but the text of that Idaho anti-trans law mentions the “removing of any otherwise healthy and non-diseased body part or tissue” which would make haircuts and clipping your fingernails a felony.
Also not to mention all plastic surgery, circumcision (lol) and all exfoliating products technically the bill states it only applies to things that cause “profound morphological changes and/or transient or permanent infertility” and like. okay. two things here:
1) what constitutes a “profound morphological change”. a haircut can change how you look!
2) how exactly do you plan to measure “transient infertility” in a *child*
It has been pointed out to me that this would also make things like organ donation illegal, because donating a kidney or part of your liver or whatever DEFINITELY induces a “profound morphological change” in your body! and like i know none of this matters and it’s just an excuse to get a bill on the books to do a genocide against trans people but i just can’t look past how it’s also *incredibly stupid*
It only covers procedures done “for the purpose of attempting to change. So if I make a boy look more like a boy by cutting his hair short have I violated this law by affirming his status? Wouldn’t they just go back and make it more specific while still keeping the awful stuff? That would make preventative mastectomies & hysterectomies for people with high risk of cancer illegal.
“Body parts” has a strict meaning in law and hair is not included (fingernails might be?) because body parts cannot be held as property but hair needs to be traded for the wigmaking craft. Neither of them are tissue because they aren’t made of living cells. Piercing your ears removes a chunk of healthy tissue. Blood donations? Surgical sterilisation? Peremptory appendix removal (I understand this is mandatory for astronauts, possibly some others)? Liposuction (yes, this has issues)? Mole / skin tag removal? Tattoo removal?