1. A slang for condoms as these shield women from the ultimate STD(pregnancy).Eventually, pregnancy leads to birth. The disease is perpetuated through generations.
2. A type of personal armor carried on the arm, meant to intercept attacks, either by stopping projectiles such as arrows or redirecting a blow from a sword, mace or battle axe to the side of the shield-bearer.
Shielding is the refusal to post photos of your babies/kids on the Internet ie Facebook. The opposite of sharenting / oversharing . Shielding is the protection of the baby/kids right to privacy. In an era where parents are digitally documenting and excessively oversharing what should be private baby/kids photos on on social media websites such as Facebook, Instagram & Snapchat. And posting private details such as date of birth, favourite colour etc. Parents shielding are shielding their babys/kids from being on social media
By shielding, not sharenting, parents are shielding their babies/kids from identity fraud, a digital footprint, data mining, predators and the future meltdown of their now teenage offsprings reaction to their entire childhood from babyscan though to birth to school being digitally documented and posted on Facebook for the world to see.
"Ergh all the other mum's oversharing who don't give a fuck about their babies privacy. How is a baby supposed to consent to photos of themselves being constantly and excessively posted online daily. A kid is too young to understand the repercussions of their lives being posted online. I'm shielding mine from the Internet altogether!" - Daisy
In my previous entry I had forgotten to include the word "Espionage." But, as any devout reader of Marvel Comics can tell you, both definitions are correct as Marvel briefly dropped "Espionage" from SHIELD in the late 1970's. They eventually restored it.
A TV series on FX that centers on a morally-challenged LA cop named Vic Mackey. But there's stories that focus on other cops as well in the precinct, besides Vic, which makes the show even more compelling.
It maybe a cable show, but you'll be surprised by the high level of intensity on this show.
It's TV-MA for it's brutal violence, profanity and moments of nudity and sex. Certainly one of the best shows TV has to offer.