stfuconservatives:

persephoneholly:

whimsicalapothecary:

provoice:

whatyoucantsayatdinner:

Abortion harms more than the baby. 

Actually, lots of women* feel great relief after an abortion. And many will never regret it. (X)

You know what is harmful to women*? Forcing her to give birth when she doesn’t want to be pregnant for any reason.

According to the Turnaway Study done by Diane Foster-Greene, more people are hurt by not getting their abortion than by getting one. Those who were refused abortions (‘Turnaways’) said they wish they were able to get an abortion when asked. Those who were given the abortion said they were happy with the choice.

Awww yeahhh time to drop some sources. Putting your child up for adoption is more harmful to your mental health than having an abortion. The American Psychological Association convened a panel to comprehensively assess all the research about abortion and mental health, and found that terminating an unwanted pregnancy “does not pose a psychological hazard for most women.” And you will never abolish human abortion because it exists even in places where it’s outlawed. Oh, and because it has always existed. Like, Roe v. Wade was not the start of abortion. It’s mentioned in the Bible.
Cool poster of crying white ladies, though.

stfuconservatives:

persephoneholly:

whimsicalapothecary:

provoice:

whatyoucantsayatdinner:

Abortion harms more than the baby. 

Actually, lots of women* feel great relief after an abortion. And many will never regret it. (X)

You know what is harmful to women*? Forcing her to give birth when she doesn’t want to be pregnant for any reason.

According to the Turnaway Study done by Diane Foster-Greene, more people are hurt by not getting their abortion than by getting one. Those who were refused abortions (‘Turnaways’) said they wish they were able to get an abortion when asked. Those who were given the abortion said they were happy with the choice.

Awww yeahhh time to drop some sources. Putting your child up for adoption is more harmful to your mental health than having an abortion. The American Psychological Association convened a panel to comprehensively assess all the research about abortion and mental health, and found that terminating an unwanted pregnancy does not pose a psychological hazard for most women.” And you will never abolish human abortion because it exists even in places where it’s outlawed. Oh, and because it has always existed. Like, Roe v. Wade was not the start of abortion. It’s mentioned in the Bible.

Cool poster of crying white ladies, though.


sanityscraps:

glitter-femin1sts:

anarchyandacupofcoffee:

For the pro-life advocates

1) I don’t think humans are endangered.
2) No one is forcing any tax payer anywhere at all to pay for anyone’s abortion

The amount of pro-lifers who don’t know what the Hyde Amendment is is really distressing. It’s something they of all people should be celebrating, but no, anti-choice politicians pretend it doesn’t exist so that they can fuck women over even more.

Oh and also, those eggs are independent of the bird that laid them.

sanityscraps:

glitter-femin1sts:

anarchyandacupofcoffee:

For the pro-life advocates

1) I don’t think humans are endangered.

2) No one is forcing any tax payer anywhere at all to pay for anyone’s abortion

The amount of pro-lifers who don’t know what the Hyde Amendment is is really distressing. It’s something they of all people should be celebrating, but no, anti-choice politicians pretend it doesn’t exist so that they can fuck women over even more.

Oh and also, those eggs are independent of the bird that laid them.


padaviya:

For the past two weeks, women’s rights advocates in Nicaragua have been watching with sorrow and frustration as the news about Savita Halappanavar has been unfolding. Savita, an Indian national living in Ireland, died of septicemia following a miscarriage—a miscarriage that was undeniable and unpreventable, and yet doctors denied her appropriate medical treatment rather than end a doomed pregnancy.

Here in Central America, women are denied life-saving treatment every day.

In Nicaragua and El Salvador, abortion is outlawed under any and all conditions—two of only four countries in the world to do so. And while the laws of other countries in the region may allow for abortion under certain, very narrow conditions, in practice very few women can receive an abortion under such “exceptions.” Women who have suffered from pregnancy complications are accused of trying to “murder” their unborn children. Women with life-threatening illnesses are denied treatment because to do so might harm their pregnancy—just the same explanation that Savita’s husband received from their doctors in Galway.

At Ipas, we saw this firsthand with a young woman called Amalia. Amalia was 27, and eight-weeks pregnant with her second child when she was diagnosed with cancer—an aggressive recurrence of a cancer treated 10 years earlier. Because she was pregnant, the public health service denied her treatment because it might harm the fetus. Ipas and other human rights groups brought the case to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, to seek a precautionary measure that would compel the state to provide treatment—a request that was quickly granted. Under public and international scrutiny, the state then provided Amalia with the gold standard of care—treatment received by few others in Nicaragua. Under this treatment, the government maintained, the fetus would survive and thrive.

Sadly, the government was proven incorrect. Amalia delivered a severely malformed baby at seven months. She lived another 17 months. Throughout the case, the government maintained that an abortion was not necessary. The result of Amalia’s case speaks for itself; women undergoing cancer treatment still need the option of therapeutic abortion.

In El Salvador we met Karina, a woman with three children who was arrested after she was found hemorrhaging as a result of an unsafe abortion. She had become pregnant after receiving a tubal ligation (a procedure that is almost, but not entirely, 100 percent effective). Her mother had told her she would not be allowed home if she became pregnant again, and she was so ashamed that she told no one. Police determined that she’d induced an abortion, and she was prosecuted and sentenced to 30 years in prison without ever being allowed to speak to a lawyer, or testify on her own behalf.

After we learned about her, Ipas, the Center for Reproductive Rights and a number of other NGOs worked with Karina to bring a review of her case. With the legal representation and fact finding that she had been denied eight years earlier, we were able to win her freedom. But other women continue to face scrutiny and harassment over their pregnancy complications: Approximately 600 women in El Salvador are under investigation or being prosecuted for suspected abortion.

Women and doctors alike live in a culture of fear in countries that outlaw abortion. Doctors are afraid to provide any medical treatment that might harm or end a pregnancy. And women who have pregnancy complications are afraid to seek treatment for fear that they will be accused of inducing an abortion. The result? Women, like Savita, who are unnecessarily injured or die.

What is more frustrating is that numerous human rights bodies have ruled that to deny abortions to women whose lives and health are endangered by their pregnancies is a violation of their human rights. Ireland was told directly by the European Court of Human Rights that they must provide mechanisms to provide abortions under the law (abortion is legal in Ireland if a woman’s life is in danger). Nicaragua has been questioned repeatedly by international human rights bodies about its total ban on abortion, which runs contrary to multiple international agreements.

How many Amalias, Karinas or Savitas must there be before nations take women’s human rights seriously?


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We are not baby-making machines. We carry, many of us, baby-making machinery around inside of us, but just as with our hands and our brains and our mouths, what we do with it is up to us. Given this machinery’s massive effects on our health, it is even more up to us what we do with it. No god gets to compete with that. No potential for a cute little baby gets to compete with that. No man’s desire for legacy gets to compete with that.

Even if they did compete, directly and honestly, they’d lose. As long as they allow the pregnant woman to be a consideration, they lose the argument. They lose because then the argument looks as inhumane and appalling as what I posted above. It looks as inhumane and appalling as it really is.

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Stephanie Zvan on the death of Savita Halappanavar from being denied an abortion (via prolifehypocrisy)

PSA

jadelyn:

catherinewho:

If you’re anti-abortion and you’re feeling attacked by the posts about Savita Halappanavar, the woman who died of blood poisoning after being refused an abortion

Good

You’re supposed to feel attacked

You are being attacked

Your absurd, hard-line views on abortion have killed a human being

You’re not pro-life at all

If people DIE because of your beliefs, you can’t call yourself pro-life

You suck

You deserve to be lambasted

Now hurry up and start thinking about how you can actually save lives and then people will stop hating you

ALL. OF. THIS.  Also, one further point to make:

You know why you’re feeling so attacked, right?

GUILT.

Because you feel fucking guilty.  If you knew you were blameless in this woman’s death, you’d shrug off our posts the way you shrug off everything else we say.  But this story, you find you can’t do that.  It’s tugging at what little shreds of morality you have left in the cavernous blackness of what passes for your soul, and you know, deep down, that her blood is on your hands.  

But you can’t admit that.  Or else you’ll have to admit you’ve taken the entirely WRONG approach to this whole issue, that all the time you spent restricting and criminalizing and policing and punishing, you should have spent helping people and reforming the social institutions like poverty and homelessness and abuse and shitty sex-ed or no sex-ed and inability to access contraception.  You’ll have to admit that yes, sometimes it IS medically necessary to perform an abortion.  You’ll have to admit that the lives of the people whose bodies you want to dangle from strings on little sticks like fucking puppets have value too, and that when your options are A: save both, B: save neither, C: save one, and A is already off the table for medical reasons, that C is the moral choice, even after all this time you’ve spent denying that such a situation would ever be necessary.  And that if you choose B, you’re aiding and abetting in a fucking murder.

You deserve every ounce of that guilt.  I hope it makes you think.  I hope it makes you realize that a truly pro-life stance takes into account ALL lives involved, not just the fetal life.  

And I hope you have the courage to accept that understanding, and begin to work with it to undo some of the damage you’ve done.

Also fuck you.


To all the beautiful people I need your help for my Calc class

ceasesilence:

bigch33z1:

I am taking a survey and I’m going to run some statistics on the results…. but what i would love to have from you all is the answer to these questions :

1: Are you for or against abortion?

                        AND

2: How old are you?

Pro-choice, all the way. 23 years old.

ETA: My roommate is 30 years old and pro-choice.

Prochoice & 18


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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said in an interview on Tuesday that he has no abortion-related legislation on his platform but that he would reinstate a policy banning nongovernmental organizations from using federal funds to provide abortions…After Romney’s remarks were published online, Romney’s campaign spokeswoman reiterated that he is opposed to abortion. ‘Mitt Romney is proudly pro-life, and he will be a pro-life president,” Andrea Saul said in a statement.’

Obama’s campaign said Romney’s “statement contradicts his pledge to appoint Supreme Court justices who would overturn Roe v. Wade,” the 1972 U.S. Supreme Court decision affirming a woman’s right to have an abortion. The Democratic National Committee pointed reporters to a June 2011 opinion piece published in the National Review Online in which the candidate identifies a piece of legislation for which he would advocate as president.

‘I will advocate for and support a Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act to protect unborn children who are capable of feeling pain from abortion,’ Romney wrote in the piece, headlined “My Pro-Life Pledge.”

In that piece, Romney also expressed his support for overturning Roe v. Wade, disavowing federal funds from being spent on abortions, and said he would nominate judges in line with his views.

…The candidate has been criticized for changing positions on the issue of abortion, dating back to his run for governor of Massachusetts.

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-CNN, Romney Abortion Comments Cause Democratic Criticism

This is one of my greatest qualms with Mitt Romney: if elected, we just don’t know what it is he’ll do. Whether it’s his “extensive” health care plan of 400 words, his confusing health care comments, and now this, Governor Romney brings new meaning to the term “flip-flopper”. I mean not agree with all of Obama’s actions and policies, but at least I know what those actions and policies are.

-The Political Breakdown

(via election)

Mitt “I’ll say anything to get elected” Romney.

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Dear people

sanityscraps:

handsomephillip:

nikosnature:

who think diseases with zero percent survival rates are justification for abortions, do you know what else has a zero percent survival rate?  Life. 

Sincerely,

A living human being who does not like the logical conclusions of your argument

Can you please fuck off forever.

Please tell me how you think it’s better for a newborn to suffer for days only to die because it’s better than an abortion. 

Fuck you fuck you fuck you. This pisses me off on such a personal level because part of me didn’t want what happened to my brother to happen. To watch a newborn baby have so many fucking tubes all over his body to the point where his mother can’t even fucking touch him. To go through several heart surgeries in less than two weeks. To have an incredible breakthrough only for it to be ruined by a collapsed lung. To have his mother have to be helped down the stairs by four people because she just told them to take him off life support. FOURTEEN FUCKING DAYS.

IS THAT REALLY WORTH IT. Is your respect for the QUALITY of human life so low that you’d make other people go through this? What life did my brother have? What was so fucking special about his existence that was filled with nothing but ordeal after ordeal after ordeal? And my mother? Do you not give two shits about women who go through this? My mother put a fucking infant in the ground and you’d let other women, other families, other people do the same because YOU THINK IT’S BETTER THAN ABORTION.

FUCK YOU.

I really don’t know how you jumped to that fucking conclusion. I really fucking don’t. You disgust me OP. 


Resources for Decision-Making and Low-Income Parenting

bebinn:

This post will continue to be updated, so if you don’t see anything of use to you, check back to the source or under my Important Posts page. Any resources of these kind that I’ve missed, please reblog with them or message me. This goes for any category you believe you should add, with both financial and social support systems.

Decision-making:
  • If you’re not ready or able to talk to anyone, Pregnancy Options has a free, printable workbook to help you make a decision
  • Backline offers a full range of reproductive counseling and referrals, and the National Abortion Federation provides information on pregnancy and abortion, and support and referrals for abortion services.
  • The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice offers counseling for decision-making, concerns involving abortion, and referrals
  • The Abortion Assistance Blog has lists of clinics, abortion funds and people offering rides to/from the clinic, lodging for people traveling a long distance, babysitting, moral support, and referrals
  • The Administration for Children & Families has information on adoption
  • Here’s a list of adoption lawyers, which you can refine by state
  • State Adoption Program Managers
  • Knowing how far along you are is important in knowing how much time you have to decide. Ask your local free/low-cost clinic if they perform ultrasounds, or if they can give recommendations. Your nearest Planned Parenthood may offer free or low-cost ultrasounds depending on your income, or provide referrals.
  • See if there is a nearby community college or other training site for people studying ultrasound and imaging technology. Sometimes you can get an ultrasound performed for free by students!
Giving Birth (also see Health Care):
  • See if a doula and/or midwife program in your city or state offers low-cost or volunteer labor and birth support. Here’s a list of volunteer doula programs to start. It’s also possible to negotiate a lower fee with doulas and midwives.
  • Operation Special Delivery provides volunteer doula services to those whose military partners have been injured or killed, and those who are or will be deployed or otherwise unable to attend the birth.
  • Medicaid may help cover the cost of a birthing center, which provides a safe and comfortable alternative to hospital or home birth. Some birthing centers also offer payment plans.
  • There are lots of online checklists for what to bring to the hospital during your labor and birth
  • 32 Ways to Save Money During Your Hospital Birth
  • You can negotiate with the hospital - what they charge you is WAY more than what it costs them. If you’re paying in cash, they may give you a discount. There are a lot of tips and forums dealing with hospital negotiations online. Here’s one website.

Health Care:

  • Look over your insurance options at Healthcare.gov
  • Your state’s Medicaid program
  • The Affordable Care Act expands insurance and health care options for pregnant people and children, including the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). You can find local health care centers, services, and information on their page.
  • Many Planned Parenthood locations provide general health care at little to no cost, depending on your income
  • Nurse-Family Partnership offers free at-home (or another safe place) pregnancy and childcare assistance until your child turns two.
  • NeedyMeds is a directory of programs that offer assistance to people who can’t afford their medications or health care.
  • Free Dental Care can help you find low-cost or free clinics
  • Look for dental and dental hygiene schools if you are comfortable with closely-supervised students
  • Your state’s United Way program may sponsor or help you connect with low-cost or free dental care
Food:
Housing:
Parenting:
  • Backline can connect you to parenting resources
  • Your state’s Department of Human Services may have a program to provide low-income, working parents with access to quality, affordable child care
  • The US Department of Health and Human Services sponsors the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) to both states and Native tribes
  • eHow has a step-by-step guide to finding child care assistance through Child Care Aware
  • You may be able to find parenting and home ec. classes, baby materials, social support, child care, and other resources through your place of worship
  • Many diaper and formula companies offer free samples and opportunities to win packages or cash
Disabilities (also see Health Care):
  • Search for your state’s Early Childhood Intervention (ECI or EI) services. These services are mandated by Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
  • If you or your partner are disabled, your child can receive Social Security benefits
  • Family Village is a directory of resources on disability rights, social support, information, and merchandise
  • Parent to Parent USA is a national organization that matches families with trained volunteer support parents who can connect them to local resources, provide information on health care, and teach coping skills
  • The Arc provides services, information, self-advocacy and employment opportunities, and referrals through their local chapters to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault:
  • RAINN has both phone and online counseling hotlines to connect you to local rape crisis centers. Centers offer support, counseling, and other resources.
  • The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides similar services, as well as safety planning if you are not able or ready to leave
  • Helpline has articles and resources on domestic violence
  • What to do if your partner refuses to wear a condom
  • Find homeless shelters, family shelters, residential treatment centers, transitional housing, and other women’s shelters via Women’s Shelters
  • I’ve thought about leaving - how can I do it?
  • Your local Planned Parenthood or reproductive health clinic can offer counseling, discreet birth control, and other resources for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence
  • Some crisis pregnancy centers/pregnancy resource centers can also provide, or refer you to places that provide help with rent, prenatal and infant care, and basic baby items. Always use caution when contacting CPCs - many exist to dissuade you from abortion, and some may try to convert you, require you to be Christian or take Bible classes to receive help, or practice coercive adoption. Use them as a last resort or get a recommendation from someone who has used their services.
Please reblog so others have these sources. 
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bitchslap-barbie:

The Maternity Leave Myth

stfuconservatives:

amberlysays:

girlwithalessonplan:

wiinga:

stfuconservatives:

Hey, American uterus owners: want to be completely put off by the idea of ever procreating? Then read this expose in the NY Post about how many women have gotten screwed by our country’s Stone Age maternity leave policies.

In Canada, you get 50 weeks of paid maternity leave. In England, you get 20 weeks paid. In Mexico, 12 paid. As a matter of fact, 178 countries around the world mandate paid leave for creating a totally new human. In America? Twelve weeks, unpaid, and only if you’ve worked for the company for at least a year, and only if your company has more than 50 employees. And they *technically* have to give you your job back, but as this article proves, your employer can probably find a way around that.

So hey, pro-lifers: where are your voices on this? Where are your rallies and signs to support new moms, instead of expecting ones? Where is there a single pro-life legislator fighting to make it easier to have a baby and keep your job? Where are the “family values” politicians when it comes to actually having a child and raising it?

Going through this right now. Why can’t I have a baby AND a job?

Yep.

Sorry. This pro-lifer is too busy caring about the murder of babies to spend time getting you free money for not working. Its funny how the same people who grouse about men making more or getting promoted sooner have no issues with giving a woman a very long, extended paid vacation after birth but you don’t hear them campaigning for the fathers to have those same benefits. 

Hey guys, check it out: pro-lifers want to force you to have a baby, but begrudge you an “extended paid vacation” and “free money for not working” to take care of it.

Like, this is so fucking ridiculous I cannot even. Babies are being murdered and daddies aren’t getting paid time off, you guys, so mothers shouldn’t get a free vacation!!!11

PRO-LIFERS DO NOT GIVE A SHIT ABOUT YOU. THEY ONLY CARE THAT YOU ARE FORCED TO CARRY A FETUS TO TERM. After you leave the hospital, they don’t give two shits about the quality of your life OR the baby’s. I hope everyone realizes that by now.

Hey, pro-birth person. Because that’s what you all do - get that baby born somehow, someway, no matter if you have to use coercion and misinformation, no matter if you’re treating the woman like a uterus and not a real, full person. And when that baby is born and the mom is poor and needs help (which is why she came to you in the first place), TOO FREAKING BAD. “We don’t help with that!” You find out the help they promised you is gone with the wind, and then they paint you as evil because *gasp*! SHE USES WELFARE. Or, they promise you an open adoption, and the MINUTE your week where they let you change your mind is over, a steel wall just slams down.

Been there, honey, done that, on the “pregnancy crisis centers”. And seen it and had to put a friend back together on the adoption thing.

I think you don’t understand a damn thing about why we have maternity leave and why it’s necessary. For starters, the MINIMUM of time that it takes the female body to minimally heal after giving “normal” birth is six weeks. Even then, you’re not sleeping, in pain, are a liability on the road, and you and your baby are JUST starting to figure out “this parent stuff”. 

If you went through a c-section, which people seem to like to ignore is major abdominal surgery, you need even MORE time to heal.

Then there’s breastfeeding. You get to feed your child in the way you want, but after 6 weeks? HA. I don’t think so. Companies HATE that and will use the letter of the law to make it impossible for you to either run home/to daycare and feed the baby. This forces you to pump, which is even harder, because your 6 week old baby is now totally confused between where you are and what the bottle is. And don’t even try to work out a good pumping spot with your boss, because you WILL end up doing it in a bathroom stall or, at best, in your car with a blanket draped over you, while the people who go for smoke breaks every hour sit there and yell about “not fair”. So when you put your baby on formula, then you get to be the La Leche League’s supervillain.

Been there, done that too.

Then… did I mention the highway robbery that is childcare? We are so profoundly screwed up that working at Target for $7 an hour (after the actual corporation you worked for fires you for pumping and you can’t get anything else) means to the government that you are MAKING TOO MUCH and therefore do not require any assistance. You people think that every welfare recipient is sitting there with YOUR money, laughing about it while they take a bath of welfare checks and then go on vacation to Cancun. THIS IS NOT THE REALITY. The reality is that getting the help you need to feed you and your baby is harder to get then getting Romney to admit to all the times he’s lied.

Also, been there, done that.

And you feel terrible. You’re not only fully healed after only six weeks, but you’re still at the mercy of your hormones. Dropping your baby off at a daycare when they’re all of 6 weeks old is a terrible rip in your relationship for BOTH of you. You feel like you’re the worst parent in the world. The first time I dropped my daughter off, it looked nice and clean, but I saw a crawling baby put a worm that had managed to find its way in without notice in her mouth. And I’m talking about a place that was supposed to be “the best”, the place that I scraped every penny and lived on Ramen to get her in to. If I’d called in and said I was going to be late on my first day, they’d have fired me then. So I spent the whole way to work sobbing, and got there trying to look like I hadn’t.

So, why should we get with the rest of the world in this? Happier, healthier families. A time to heal. Time to figure you and your baby out, no matter if it’s a biological or adoptive situation. Less people driving around dead tired, being dangerous to those around them. Less moms feeling torn apart and convinced that they’re the worst mothers in the world because they had to put their tiny, helpless baby into the hands of people they don’t know and gamble that everything is okay. Less women who are lied to and then dropped by “crisis centers”. Dads getting to stay home for a bit too, to help out with everything. They deserve to get time with their babies just as much as women do.

Listen up, idiot: IT IS NOT A VACATION. Not in any way, shape or form. Those measly 6 weeks are you, in pain, trying to communicate with and navigate a relationship with a totally new human being who is dependent on you in every way, but who does everything either the very opposite of what you do or gets sick at the worst time. You spend those weeks covered in things you never thought you’d be, delirious from lack of sleep, often with nobody to help you, unable to clean the house like you did before, unable to take decent, daily showers no matter how you rig it, having to take 5-minute naps when the baby decides to nap, having to learn to shovel food in FAST when you’re hungry because that’s about the time the baby gets cranky, and the cherry on top of this shit cake? When you go back to work still raw from all of this and find out that you’ve either been fired (employers HATE moms; I’ve heard one gripe about “breeders”) or you are forced to take a lesser position. And THAT’S if your company fits all the rules of FMLA.

Don’t. You. DARE. Say “Maybe you should’ve thought about it before you had that baby, then”, because no matter how wanted the child is, THIS STILL HAPPENS. And right now, you’re talking to someone who was raped and then coerced to have the baby, by “pro-birth” people like you. 

So SHUT THE FUCK UP, because you have NO idea what you’re talking about. Until you’ve been a 19 year old forced to be a single mother, or even a pregnant woman and her partner trying to figure out how they’re going to live without her income for six weeks and the only thing they can think of is to leave the baby with their 80 year old grandmother who can barely see, let alone take care of a newborn, while mom has to go back to work after ONE WEEK…

THEN you can talk. For now, you can get the hell off your high horse and actually DO something about the deplorable conditions moms face here. 

Giving birth = HUGE thing, physiologically, mentally, and emotionally for everyone, including the baby. Not having to worry about how you’re going to feed that child because you have benefits, and knowing that your boss HAS to take you back = happier families and workers. Happier families and workers = better-off individuals. Happier individuals = better societies. Better societies = WE ALL WIN.

Now do you get it, miss pro-birth, or do I need to chop this into smaller words?


miss-revolt:

From a Black Man to Mitt Romney: Fuck you.
Black people don’t want free shit, you out of touch Reed Richards hair having motherfucker. We want the same shit that your white constituencyy wants: Opportunity, good school, a place to shit with a door on it and the ability to not be denied converage when we have a medical problem. We’re no different than anybody else but youwouldn’t know that because the only black person you probably know personally you just happen to be running against him for president.
I’m tired of these piece of shit Republicans talking DOWN and whitesplaining to people of color AS IF they had it hard all their lives. NO Mitt Romney, you never had to worry about the price of milk ever in your fucking life. You were raised with a silver spoon in your mouth and your father probably owned a silver spoon factory.
If you were really in touch, you’d talk about JOBS because we have a 14% unemployment rate in the black community but your part couldn’t pass a fart through cotton much less a fucking jobs bill. You’d talk about the safety net but we all know that you and Rand Paul are looking to take a pair of comically large shears to that motherfucker.
Instead you walk in front of the NAACP and talk PAST them and your message hits your goddamn racist, sexist, homophobic, bible thumping, hate ridden, against their own interest base that ignores when we spend half a million on cruise missiles but complain when they see somebody cashing an unemployment check that happens to own an iPhone. FUCK YOU.
I have a goddamn question for you Willard:
What about your perpetually poor white voters in states like West Virginia, Mississippi, Missouri, and Louisiana who vote for you even though you give no fucking care about them. As long as you hammer on how black Obama is, how the liberals want to shoot their white women with abortion guns and the fact that gays want to marry your children they’ll continue voting for you. They staff your fucked up infantry and you’ve spent the past 60 years brainwashing them into thinking they deserve to get welfare checks but the second black people get them, it’s a problem.
Fuck you and your face. Fuck your hair. Fuck your party. Fuck Newt Gingrich and fuck the whole conservative movement that has allowed their side to turn into this giant self-eating mutilated blob.
Partake in the finest selection of horse penises.

Still relevant

miss-revolt:

From a Black Man to Mitt Romney: Fuck you.

Black people don’t want free shit, you out of touch Reed Richards hair having motherfucker. We want the same shit that your white constituencyy wants: Opportunity, good school, a place to shit with a door on it and the ability to not be denied converage when we have a medical problem. We’re no different than anybody else but youwouldn’t know that because the only black person you probably know personally you just happen to be running against him for president.

I’m tired of these piece of shit Republicans talking DOWN and whitesplaining to people of color AS IF they had it hard all their lives. NO Mitt Romney, you never had to worry about the price of milk ever in your fucking life. You were raised with a silver spoon in your mouth and your father probably owned a silver spoon factory.

If you were really in touch, you’d talk about JOBS because we have a 14% unemployment rate in the black community but your part couldn’t pass a fart through cotton much less a fucking jobs bill. You’d talk about the safety net but we all know that you and Rand Paul are looking to take a pair of comically large shears to that motherfucker.

Instead you walk in front of the NAACP and talk PAST them and your message hits your goddamn racist, sexist, homophobic, bible thumping, hate ridden, against their own interest base that ignores when we spend half a million on cruise missiles but complain when they see somebody cashing an unemployment check that happens to own an iPhone. FUCK YOU.

I have a goddamn question for you Willard:

What about your perpetually poor white voters in states like West Virginia, Mississippi, Missouri, and Louisiana who vote for you even though you give no fucking care about them. As long as you hammer on how black Obama is, how the liberals want to shoot their white women with abortion guns and the fact that gays want to marry your children they’ll continue voting for you. They staff your fucked up infantry and you’ve spent the past 60 years brainwashing them into thinking they deserve to get welfare checks but the second black people get them, it’s a problem.

Fuck you and your face. Fuck your hair. Fuck your party. Fuck Newt Gingrich and fuck the whole conservative movement that has allowed their side to turn into this giant self-eating mutilated blob.

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I am Pro-Life

brashblacknonbeliever:

I’m not afraid to say it. I truly and honestly believe that every single person on this earth has a right to live. I believe that no one should take that away from them. I believe that every person should be in complete control of their body and theirs alone. I believe that government has no right to tell me what to do with my life. I believe that if you are pregnant, three choices are available to you. Adoption, parenthood and abortion. I believe that you should choose what’s right for your situation.

Adoption is a wonderful option, but it doesn’t work for people who don’t want to be pregnant. Pregnancy is very hard on you physically, financially, and mentally. A lot of people can’t or don’t want to go through that. There are people who take all the precautions but still end up pregnant. There never has been and never will be a good reason for forcing someone through a pregnancy and childbirth they do not want.

A fertilized egg is not a person and a fetus is not a baby. I value the life of the pregnant person over the potential life of the fetus. It’s the living, breathing, feeling, loving people that already inhabit this earth that we should be helping. Those are the people we should be passing laws to protect.

I am pro-life because I’m pro-choice.


feelinghellastabby:

catbushandludicrous:

BEE: The GOP platform is clear: no abortion, no exceptions. But the GOP candidate disagrees. How would the delegates who ratified this platform reconcile the difference?

(here’s the video)

Is this satirical? Or are these people really that … I don’t even have words.