We were in the den having our coffee after dinner. My friend fell off a ladder. You'd think I could have one, right? But they want the baby to be theirs and theirs alone, so to the sperm bank they go. That you're ashamed of me? I couldn't call it by name before. She might slip you her number.
In 1996 Christine, a student, consults an abortion clinic to get information on abortion. I'll bring you some tea. Is the machine busted for everyone. So you've known each other a long time. Ethnic babies are so beautiful.
I say bravo to everyone involved in it and also say bravo to every viewer who accepts it. I'm going to stay right here. Do you want to dance? Hey, me and my triends are gay, you know. I've been here for years. Would you please tell her that I am here? How can you like someone who dresses like a man? What does it even matter? I'm telling you, you're gonna get picked up on by her. Say hello, tell them that we're gonna start a lesbian group on campus.
If you knew her at all, then you'd know. In 1961, Edith loses her lover, Abby, to a stroke. They're taking good care of her. Nice of you to ask. I've never loved a man. Shit, we're not this late, are we? That was walking in the field this morning. But for this time of year, it's been cold.
Peed in a cup so that they could chart her ovulation cycles and patterns. It's really nice of you to give me a ride. I resented your plans to marry. All the boys and girls Joy to the fishes in the deep blue sea Joy to you and me One more time, y'all! We were just talking about a rally we're having to get support for our new group. I think that was a very nice service. The ladder, the one she fell from, is still out in the yard.
So why should I have to know these things? So what, you're tinished with me now? The college told us we can't have our meetings on campus anymore. How many do you have in there? But I thought we were just gonna narrow it down today. If we do it'll be you, Sam, guaranteed. You promised to give her a chance. We were dressed for a costume party. To be able to point and say that's the father of our baby.
I run into women from the collective all day. I've found a couple of savings bonds that might be worth something. We could have a girl who was more interested in sports than a boy. The problem is, if she stays on here. It's like we're the only people in the world who understand each other. They sold out of it.
It was nice meeting you, Linda. How was the movie, ladies? It's not the truth, not a word of it. I don't care about the shirt. You girls sure you're in the right place? I guarantee, you're getting the cream of the crop here. We never thought of each other that way.
I decided that I never wanted another man in my life. I know, and I'm really sorry. Oh, no, thank you, Sam. Last time we do this. It's because you're scared of anyone who's not just like you. Hon, would you hold this edge over there so we can see how wide this is? I even got my dad to stop wearing one.
Maybe we can work out some kind of rental situation. We both taught at the same school for many years. You didn't know your great-aunt, did you? We'll have a rally, get people to sign a petition. Does she have any family? Did you want to stay on here? She was a big bird-watcher. You've been acting like a treak all night. What's your last name again? And hopetully, by the time our kid is old enough.