missgingerlee:

You people are a pain.

missgingerlee:

You people are a pain.

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Apparently to some people 32000 = 0

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We impose an unequal obligation on women to sacrifice their bodily integrity for another… If my newborn baby is in need of a kidney and you have a spare matching one, can I enact legislation that says the state can take yours and give it to her? No. We do not force people to donate their organs to benefit others, even those who have already been born. One of the most fundamental of all human rights is that humans be treated equally before the law. Denying a woman this right is a violation of her equal right to this protection. Soraya Chemaly on legislation that aims to force women to carry stillborn or dying fetuses until they “naturally” go into labor and the comparison between women and farm animals used to support the bill.

lostgrrrls:

rubyvroom:

ouyangdan:

msbarrows:

hostilemakeover:

Papers are refusing to run this week’s Doonsbury. It should be seen.

It’s good to know that there are newspapers that have carried it.

Like I said yesterday. I love Doonesbury. I love that they are not afraid to take on big topics. I was impressed with how they handled MST. That papers won’t run this is shameful.

They can run articles and editorials about the legislation, but a cartoon depicting the results is TOO MUCH. 

LA Times is running it… In the editorial section.

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oldlatonight:

Courtesy of this facebook page. So excellent.

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We have anti-choice women in for abortions all the time. Many of them are just naive and ignorant until they find themselves with an unwanted pregnancy. Many of them are not malicious. They just haven’t given it the proper amount of thought until it completely affects them. They can be judgmental about their friends, family, and other women. Then suddenly they become pregnant. Suddenly they see the truth. That it should only be their own choice. Unfortunately, many also think that somehow they are different than everyone else and they deserve to have an abortion, while no one else does. A physician at an abortion clinic
To protest a bill that would require women to undergo an ultrasound before having an abortion, Virginia State Sen. Janet Howell (D-Fairfax) on Monday attached an amendment that would require men to have a rectal exam and a cardiac stress test before obtaining a prescription for erectile dysfunction medication.

Huff Po (via rachelfershleiser)

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Props to her. Fair is fair. Why should men get to control their bodies when women can’t? And banning birth control for women while being ok with insurance covering Viagra is fucked up. 

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So reasonable. Thank you for not shoving your religion down every one else’s throat. 

So reasonable. Thank you for not shoving your religion down every one else’s throat.