It’s that time of year!
The big event… (drum roll)
Ladies Who Ride!
Where? Cooks Corners
When? August 21, 2016
What is it about? Raising awareness for Breast Cancer
Who will be there? I WILL!
Donations are welcomed! Fed Tax ID 33-0765783 Please contact Rhonda@cookscorners.com if you are able to contribute
I HAVE ADDED A COUPLE SPECIAL T-SHIRTS FOR THE KIDS (and maybe a few grown ups!)
For The Scoop https://www.facebook.com/theassgirl/
MORE BIG NEWS
Did you watch my interview yet? Well here it is!!! Please yourself!
I am pleased to announce that I am now a distributor of an amazing product that has nothing to do with sex! Can you believe it?!!! It does make you feel good so it’s along the same emotions. All about feeling good.
Are you not getting enough sleep? HIV positive? Arthritis? Parkinsons? Diabetic? ALS? Alzheimers? Problems with Focus and Clarity?
Would you like to brighten and even lighten your skin? Are you low on energy? Auto-immune problems?
GUESS WHAT SHOW TheAssGirl SHIRTS MAKE AN APPEARANCE ON??? Episodes are available online at BravoTV!
BTW.. Life can be complicated. I never want to be a part of that. If there are any questions you have or if you want to change a color or anything, please feel free to message me. If I can do it, I will! In the big scheme of things…
We all have those days or weeks where we just feel exhausted. Having to be a constant warrior can wear you down. The non-stop fighting, whether it is with your new neighbors who are judgmental as hell, or the idiotic assumptions of others, the government, even family. With the holidays approaching it is even worse. The one thing I like about myself is that it really doesn’t take much to give me a boost. It could be my favorite song coming on or going to the doctors and finding out you have had the best boob job they have ever seen. Seriously! I was floating! I had wanted a consult because as much as I fight it, I am getting older. These silicone bags are heavy! I had to give up my gym membership at the beginning of the year and with no exercise, carrying these things around, sore back! I was curious about my options. I have had mine for atleast 15 years. I haven’t had any problems with them. In Dr.Altman’s office I took off my shirt (of course) and his face just lit up. I am serious! He called in the rest of his nurses. They were like,”Those are amazing!”. I had been pretty tired, worn out, fighting government agencies but all of a sudden I was smiling. Can they take pictures? Of course! Different angles? No problem! Media Release? For sure I will. Dr.Altman refused to perform surgery on me. He said anything he would do would make me look worse and right now, he said, they are perfect. The best he’s ever seen! Being stuck in traffic driving from Irvine on the 405 didn’t even bother me. I was grinning ear to ear. I have the best boob job in the whole world. Okay, maybe I am exaggerating but I’m thinking a crown is in order. I’ve always wanted a crown. A sash! Yes, a sash.. Best Boobjob in the world!…(after some thought perhaps I should have taken a closer look at the media release? Nah!!!)
I spend a lot of time fighting for my kids rights, so I am a little familiar with it all. I am familiar with the bullying, the way people can look at someone and only see the differences. I see the assumptions, the idiotic justifications for why they feel the way they do and how it can affect our youth. It changes them. It shouldn’t matter how you live your life. Are you happy? Do you still have hope for your future? Many of our youth do not. The world hasn’t caught up with that way of thinking but is making progress. I want to support that fight, and do something about it!
GLAAD, the nation’s lesbian gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) media advocacy organization, was founded in 1985. They rewrite the script for LGBT acceptance. As a dynamic media force, GLAAD tackles tough issues to shape the narrative and provoke dialogue that leads to cultural change. It protects all that has been accomplished and creates a world where everyone can live the life they love. GLAAD works with print, broadcast and online news sources to bring people powerful stories from the LGBT community that build support for equality. And when news outlets get it wrong, GLAAD is there to respond and advocate for fairness and accuracy. It serves as the communications epicenter of the LGBT movement, equipping advocacy leaders with the tools they need to communicate more effectively. GLAAD is also reinventing the way social media moves equality forward.
A website for anyone who chooses to go outside the box. Transgender.. gay.. dominant.. submissive.. lesbians.. you name it. I want this to be the place for it. I plan on working on some new phrases that can express how you really feel. What you want the world to know and aren’t afraid to say. I hate judgmental people. I hate the assumptions they make. I think that’s why I have never let anyone dictate what I wear and lean more towards the provocative side. Why? Basically to show these people THEY DON’T KNOW EVERYTHING! They need to be open to everyone and if they throw everything into that mix, I think they will be happier! Ya know? You will still of course be able to buy the great variety of products I have, Meat Inspector T-Shirt, or a Dirty Little Freak Tank Top? This is just a work in progress. I am a work in progress. We ALL are a work in progress. So Shop Now! Do you have a story about you or a friend who found a way through all of the bullshit? How you got there? If you do, I would like you to write about it. I will post on this site and possibly someone will read it and you will help them. It just might give them some hope. I want to introduce a little something I have added to the website. It is called TAG TV! The Ass Girl TV! Get it?? As always suggestions and comments are always welcome, good or bad. It’s your life and how you choose to live it is your choice. If it’s negative, naturally I will pity you, but I will respect that you can make your own choices. We’ve got the goods so check it out!
Donald Altman, M.D. has been practicing in Irvine, California since 1986. His primary focus is cosmetic surgery, as well as non-invasive rejuvenation treatments. The Irvine Plastic Surgery Center is a free standing outpatient ambulatory surgical facility dedicated exclusively to providing state of the art surgical care for plastic surgery patients. IPSC is certified by Medicare and The American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities. The facility is kept in pristine condition and as such our surgical infection rate for the past 20 years has been close to zero. We were one of the first facilities in Orange County to introduce BIS monitoring. In addition to the multiple devices already in place to monitor our patients, this new state of the art device allows our anesthesiologist to follow patient levels of sedation with even further precision. The common patient concern about “waking up” during surgery goes from exceedingly rare to remote. Additionally, the anesthesiologist can avoid keeping the patient deeper than necessary during surgery. Fine tuning the level of patient sedation may mean giving less drugs for the patient, faster wake up in the recovery room, and less risk of PONV (post operative nausea and vomiting). Dr. Altman and his patients have been featured on six different programs for The Discovery Channel, The Learning Channel and Discovery Health Channel, since 1998. Dr. Altman is a member of Allergan’s National Educational Board for teaching the use of Botox. QUESTIONS?? 16300 Sand Canyon Ave., Suite 1011, Penthouse, Irvine, CA 92618 1-949-727-3999