Visit http://natskep.com - I seriously hate the name “pro-life” because these people are not pro-life. They are pro-birth, pro-fetus, anti-choice. If they really cared for life, they’d adopt children, donate blood, volunteer at a homeless shelter, but instead, they go protest outside of planned parenthoods and make women feel like shit. It’s nice to see they have their priorities in order *sigh*
Denying that women are a victimized class is simply wrong. What else would you call a segment of the population who are systematically discriminated against in school, work and politics? How would you describe a population whose bodies are objectified to the point of dehumanization? Women are harassed, attacked and sexually assaulted with alarming regularity in America and around the world, and now even more of them live in states where, if pregnant, they can be refused medical attention or arrested for refusing C-sections.
People who are on the shit end of oppression are oppressed. Accurately describing this is not a matter of politics, but of truth.”
— Feminism makes women ‘victims’? I think you’ve mistaken us for the sexists, my latest at the Guardian (responding to #WomenAgainstFeminism)
"Gaza cannot and must not be allowed to remain a prison camp .. people in Gaza are living under constant attacks and pressure in an open-air prison,” .. (UK Prime Minister David Cameron, 2010)
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Image via Daily Kos’ FB Page.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor has lost in Virginia’s 7th district GOP primary to David Brat, who raised $206,663 to Cantor’s ~$5.5 million. About $4 out of every $5 Cantor raised this cycle came from outside Virginia.
One important take away is that even in the age of Citizens United, money only gets you so far.
Hahahahaha. Ha. Good