I’m nineteen and in love with a twenty seven year old, chunky hipster, who acts as if he’s eight. And is my coworker. At Wal-Mart.
GUYS NO REALLY, I’M FREAKING OUT ABOUT THIS FUCKING ABORTION BILL BECAUSE IT’S BEING VOTED ON TOMORROW NIGHT AND NO ONE IS FUCKING TALKING ABOUT IT.
PLEASE GUYS, WE DON’T HAVE A WENDY DAVIS.
IF YOU CAN’T PHONE A REPRESENTATIVE, SPREAD THE WORD.
NORTH CAROLINA CONGRESS IS TRYING TO TAKE AWAY OUR REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS.
HERE’S A LIST OF CONGRESSMEN/WOMEN AND THEIR PHONE NUMBERS:
GO FORTH, MY CHILDREN
Welp, a piece of shit MRA just testified “on behalf of men who never get to be fathers, brothers and uncles.” Because, like everything, women’s reproductive rights are ABOUT MEN. Of course. He actually said that WOMEN ARE TAKING AWAY THE RIGHTS OF MEN BY HAVING ABORTIONS.
HE SAID THAT AND WAS BEING SINCERE.
Fuck that noise
The fight for Texas women starts today. Right now, the second special session of Congress is convening for the first day. Their number one goal? Restricting access to critical health care and abortion services for millions of women.
Last week, this bill was defeated thanks to hundreds of Texas women telling their stories and then Wendy Davis reading them during the 13 hour filibuster. These stories were powerful, they were moving, and they literally held off Governor Perry’s attack on Texas women.
Wendy Davis and her allies in the Texas legislature need even more stories for round 2 of this fight, and not just from Texans! Can you take a moment to share your personal story about why access to reproductive health services is so critical?
I live in Texas, all of this shit is on my back porch as opposed to on the internet, like it is for most of you. Anyway, this is to remind y’all that there were two other bills that were supposed to be discussed and voted on in the first special session that gov. rick perry called, and they were…
From Cryptic Philospher.
I’ve been waiting for the text of HB2 to come available to amend this fully, but it continues to be unavailable (probably intentional). In any event, I’ve added links to the new bills, and made SOME amendments based on information we have received regarding SB9. IMPORTANT TO READ THE PART ABOUT SB9 (see section c.) because it has significant changes from the previous bill and makes previous arguments no longer valid. If you can get the word out about the changes (as much as possible, I know the ship has sailed to a certain extent), it would be GREAT.