Born September 16, 1985, Studebaker spent much of his childhood in Congerville, Illinois. While in high school he played football, basketball and track. He was the First-team All-Conference tight end and a unanimous pick at defensive end in 2003 and Team Captain of the football team his senior year.
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“Even today . . . experts, usually male, tell women how to be mothers and warn them that they should not have children if they have any intention of leaving their side in their early years. . . . Children dont need parents full-time attendance or attention at any stage of their development. Many people will help take care of their needs, depending on who their parents are and how they chose to fulfill their roles.”
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