Wednesday, August 6, 2014

sorayachemaly:

NOT A JOKE: Photos from Personhood for Women

Also, check out National Advocates for Pregnant Women, org that stands up for the rights of women (often the ones with the least means) who have no way of  debunks bad science and challenges religious lunatics in courts. 

Tuesday, August 5, 2014
beyondxy:

Hobby Lobby Allegedly Fired Employee Due to Pregnancy

Allen says the self-professed evangelical Christian arts-and-crafts chain fired her and then tried to prevent her from accessing unemployment benefits. “They didn’t even want me to come back after having my baby, to provide for it,” she says.


Oh my christ, you can’t have contraception or abortions but if you get pregnant don’t expect to keep your job either, harlots!

beyondxy:

Hobby Lobby Allegedly Fired Employee Due to Pregnancy

Allen says the self-professed evangelical Christian arts-and-crafts chain fired her and then tried to prevent her from accessing unemployment benefits. “They didn’t even want me to come back after having my baby, to provide for it,” she says.

Oh my christ, you can’t have contraception or abortions but if you get pregnant don’t expect to keep your job either, harlots!

auta—i-lome:

'That website is run by a pro-life group, so it HAS to be biased. Pro-life groups CAN'T be unbiased. ONLY pro-choice websites are unbiased!!1!’

"Reality has a well-known liberal bias."

ppaction:

Anyone who thinks you can just walk into a convenience store and get the affordable birth control you need clearly has no understanding about the reality of women’s lives — and no business making decisions about them. 
Have you been hearing this line as much as we have? Share this.
5 fact checks you need to know about the Hobby Lobby decision and how it affects us.

ppaction:

Anyone who thinks you can just walk into a convenience store and get the affordable birth control you need clearly has no understanding about the reality of women’s lives — and no business making decisions about them.

Have you been hearing this line as much as we have? Share this.

5 fact checks you need to know about the Hobby Lobby decision and how it affects us.

eurekatymes:

If it’s my body then why do I have to wear a seatbelt? If I don’t, I get a ticket. BUT ITS MY BODY. Although, I can kill the baby that’s inside me, because it’s my body. Please tell me the difference.

So I come back to lay down some awesome pro-choice smackdowns and all I can do is sit here and literally shake my head because the abortion tag is full of shit like this.

dweebzilla said: I'm just curious- is the asterisk you put after "men" and "women" there to be trans-inclusive? If so, thank you. Little things like that make me happy, especially considering I'm a man who plans on making use of his uterus later in life.

I try to be as inclusive as possible with my wording regarding people’s bodies.

belight-youare-alreadymine said: Are you a blog solely devoted to pro-abortion related things?

Mostly, yeah.

Anonymous said: You ignorant scum. What if your mother had had an abortion? Think of a child you love, or just anyone you love. They could have been killed. There are other choices than abortion. A baby is still a baby whether or not it has taken it's first breath or not. It's life. Anything that can be killed has to have life, right? You sicken me.

Happy I could be of service to you!

Thursday, October 3, 2013
thebicker:

motherjones:

Thirty ways the shutdown is already screwing people (and goats) over.

Saving this to throw in the face of anyone who ever says the GOP is the “party of life” ever again.

thebicker:

motherjones:

Thirty ways the shutdown is already screwing people (and goats) over.

Saving this to throw in the face of anyone who ever says the GOP is the “party of life” ever again.

Monday, September 30, 2013
Remember Republicans’ soul-searching after they lost big in 2012 thanks to the largest election gender gap in modern history? Apparently that search turned up empty, since the resolution they approved this weekend forces millions of American adult women to ask permission of their employers before they get their birth control pills covered in their health insurance like all other medications.

GOP Temper Tantrum

One of the many, many demands the GOP is making right now is a “conscience clause” that will allow both employers and insurers to deny their employees the right to birth control on a “moral basis.” Yes, they want to make it so your boss can decide whether or not you’re allowed to get birth control with your insurance. I mean, who wouldn’t want to confront their boss and have to justify why they need a basic medication? Isn’t the idea of discussing religious ideology with the person who controls whether you get a paycheck exciting?

This is why I would rather let the government shut down.

(via thebicker)